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THE SALEM CAPIT '.I. JOOTtNAI.. 8ALEM. OREGON. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 15. 1911.
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS 1 FINDING A SITUATION It It posaible to secure employment by calling personally upon those you hear need help. It U a long, tedious tack, however. The classified way brings our application before those who need help, quickly and easily. . RATES FOR ADVERTISEMENTS ONE CENT per word for the firai insertio. ONE-HALF CENT per word for each succeeding au'oaequent insertion. THE CAPITAL JOURNAL WANT ASS work continually they never cease until their talks are SM cessfully pe f med. Each day those littl wonder worker faithfully le aver their message to the people of Balem and nearby towns wko ksTS learned their value. "It1 ' 'vt'S'JJl f JOURNAL WANT ADS GET RESULTS. DON'T WALK THE STREETS SEARCHING FOR A POSITION OR A ROOM-TRY THE CLASSIFIED WAY. JOURNAL WANT ADS GET RESULTS ? .H-f4H 4 MMMH4tfMfHH44mfmiHMMMM.MMtMHM4MMM'l ABSTRACTS ONION AB8TBACT CO. Abstracts that Protect. Our booke posted op to date each morning. Call Main 1249 tnd s messenger will call for your abstract. J. C. Blegraund, president; Max Gehlhar, secretary, 215 Btate street. AUCTIONEER AUCTIONEER Sulem'e reliable seller. Farm Bales solicited. Terms, I per cent; satisfaction guarauteed or no pay. lieury M. Voorhiea, Michigan venue, first street eaBt of the state ' fair grounds. CHIROPR ACTIOSPINOLOGIS T :DI, 0. L. BCOTT Oraduate of Chiro tractic's Fountain Head, Davenport, Iowa. If you have tried everything and have got no relief, try Chiroprac tic spinal adjustments and get well. Office 406-7-8 V. 8. National Bank Building. Phono Main 87. Residence Main 828-B. CHIROPRACTIC DOCTOR. FLOHA A. BREW8TKH, M. D. Nerve specialist. Chiropractic or Bpinul ad justments. We treat the cause of diBenee onlv. Consultation anil ex amination free. Office 42;-430-431 iluliljnrd BWg. l'hune 8S1. CHIROPRACTOR, CONSULT DR. MA V, experienced and successful Chiropractor, for acute and chronic disorders. Hub prno tiied five years in Oregon. Free consultation. Hours, P to 12, 1 to 0. Phone 881. 30.1-0-7 Hubbard Bidg, Lady attendant. HEW AND SECOND-HAND GOODS SECOND-HAND FURNITURE bought sold and exchanged. Inchest price; , paid for second-hand Roods. Bee us eofore you sell. Wir sproehen Deiittich. Poets Furniture Co., 247 North Commercial IStroet. Phone 084. HIGHEST price paid for second-band furniiture, ranges, hardwire, tents, etc. We carry the most complete stock of above articles in town at the lowest price. 0. L. McPeek, 271 North Commercial st. Phone Main 12.13. OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS RS. B. K wnrri! and R. W. WAU TON, Osteopathia physlciAns and norvo specialists, Oraduntes of Amorican School of Osteopathy, Kirksville, Mo. Post graduate and specialized in nervo diseasos at Los ' Angeles college. Trent acute and chronic diseases, Consultation free. Lsdv attendant. Office 005-508 U. 8. National Bank building. Ph6ne 850. Rosidunce 310 North Capitol street. Phone 4fil). SCAVENGER ALEM SCAVENGER Charles Soos proprietor. Garbage and rofuso of all kinds removed on monthly contracts art reasonable rates, Yards and cess pools cleaned. Office 618 Htnto st. Office phone Mala 8247. Residence Main 2272. 1 . .. J- Tgg-J X-ll UNDERTAKERS LEHMAN CLOUOH -CB, Webb, A. if. Cloiigli, morticians and fuuornl di rectors. Latest modern methods known to tho profession employed. 445 Court street. .Main 120, Main 988. tlGDON-RICHARDSON CO. Funeral directors and undertaken. 252 North High street. Office Phone Maiu 183. Rlgdun residence Moln 111. WOOD AND COAL JALEM FUEL YARDS The place of ? utility. All kinds of dry wood, four out or cut in stove lengths it o suit. Phompt delivery. We hniullo tho best Cosla on the tnnrjtet. Trv our King coal; It is the best. 752 f rude street. Phone Main MB, Mark fil.ldall, prop. WATER COMPANY SaEKM" W ATM COM 'r AN Y Office corner Commercial sad Trade s rents. For water service apply at office. Bills pnyable monthly in advance. LODGE DIRECTORY i. O. V. W. Protection Lodge No. 5. Meets every Monday evening at 8 In the McCornack Hall, corner Court and Lllwrtv streets. A. E, Aufrnnee, M. W.t H. A. MoFaddon, rocorjor; A. li. iirown, r. CENTRAL LODGE No. 18, K. of P. McCornack bi tiding. Tuesday even ing of each veok at 7:30: W. B (lilson, C. C.) .'sines W, Cox., K. or it nun ri. ALEM LODGE NO. 4, A. F. ft A. M. Stated communications first Friday iu each month at 7:30 p. m. In the Masonic Temple, David A. Wright K. M. 8. I. 2. Culv ver, secretary. PACJPIO LOWlfi NO. B0, A. F. A. is", runted communication third Fri day in each month at 7:30 p, in. in the Masonic Temple. J. 8. Wysnt, W. M j Ernest 11. Choote secretary. B. N. of A. "Oregon Orsps Camp,' No. l.'IflO, meets overy Thursday even ing In McCornack building, Court and Liberty streets. Elevator. Buiie Parmenler, 781 North Front street, Oracle; Ilur.el Price, Imperial Furni ture Co., recorder. Sf KLl-l Hut women with the weeping luibil can't keep their powder dry. LODGE DIREOTORT (Continued). , MULTNOMAH KOYAL ARCH CHAP TER NO. 1, R. A. M. Regular meet ing second Friday in each month at 8 p. m. in the Masonic Temple. J. T. Welch, Ex. High Priest; Lot L. Pearce, secretary. HODBON COUNCIL NO. 1, R. ft 8. M. Stated assembly first Monday lu each month, Masonic Temple. L. 8. Rowland, Thrice Illustrious Matter; Glenn C. Niles, Recorder, DE MOLAY COMMANDERY, N. 5, K. T. uegular conclave louitn Friday in each month, at 8 o'clock p. m., in Masonic Temple. Sojourning Sir Knights are courteously invited to meet with us. F. K. Davis, IS. (J.; Frank A. Turner, Recorder. CHADWICK CHAPTER NO. 87, O. E. 8. Regular meeting every first and third Tuesday at 8 p. ni. in the Ma sonic Temple. Mrs. Ida B. Godfrey, W. M., Ida M. Babcock, secretary MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA Oregon Cedar Camp No. 521(1, meets every Thursday evening at 8 o clod in Masonic Hull, corner Court snd Liberty streets. Elevator service. A. J. SwennU, V. C; Kuy A. Grout, clerk UNITED ARTISANS raptal Assem bly No. ai, meetB every Wednesday at 8 p. m. in Moose Hall. Mrs. F. W, Cook, M A; Ivan ti. Martin, secre tary, Masonic Temple, SALEM HUMANE SOCIETY D. D Keelor. nresident: Mrs. Lou Tillso'i AjtvAtnrv All niM nt ftriiiiltv n, negloct of dumb animals should be roponoa 10 me secretary ior iiivet. Ration. WOODMEN OF THE WOULD Meet every Friday night at 8 o'clock in McOornHck block, C. 0. Matlock, C. C; C. G. McElroy, clerK, Oil) Court si met, phone 305. FOR RENT FOR KENT Hmull three - room cot tage in suburbs. Address Rebecca I). Anderson, U87 N. Front street. FOR SALE WAL'NIT trees for sale or trade, cheap. J. II. Duyllt. 7, Hok 153. FOR HALM Four 2-year-old lieifern, one will be fresh in January, bulauctt onr,y in spring. Phono iO l' -13. A BAHGAIN -Five acres good rich bind, four miles south of Saleiu. Owner, 1-15 Huutli Coiniiierciul, TllOHCH.'dHUHKO WHITE Oitl'l.Nll ton cork rids lor sale. D. X. Beechler, route V, Vj utile from ruirgroiitulb Portland rond. FOR HAI.K llouseliolil furniture, uiiii house ior rent. 1 wo roonis pays rent. Good proposition. Leaving tli city. Cull 000 North Capitol street. FOH SALE Hy owner, 15 acres fine laud, fenced and clear, rock road Bargain if uiien noon. Phone 121 Itesidenco phono !'-. FOK HA LI'! block much, lUd acres, good house, In rue new barn, near H H. niul ion, ui0.UU per acre; terms, bipinre Deal lienlty Co., IWt C. H, N I In nil bldg, I'll II ISTM AH. surprise lOU-aere dairv ! ni mil, 1M miles from balem, fli per uercj stuck of merchandise or Kaleni property purl payment, balance time. Hunk reference. Jacob Co., -II" Hub bard building. MISOELLAttEOUb T. M. BAM8DKLL Houso mover; raising and repairing done. ttstinintcB furnished, Wi Trado street, Balem. IF YOU HAVE A P.UH1NF.H8 for sale or a desirable room for rent, write, giving full particulars. C. 30, care Journal, IKiMK Wet Wash Laundry. Family Wii'di ."'II cents per week. I'll o no 11171. Address Kl.'ili II street, (live us a trial. OLEAN1NO EHTABLIUHMENTS. UMBRELLA REPAIRING, WU DO ALL KINDS of mending and vn-nnvnrliiir ntilidrlv nti.l tmiitlv enll. ing for and delivering all orders. J. ii. Eaton, New and becoud Hand Oaods, 841 North Commercial. Phone Sill, WANTED. WANTKD Dnv I'lune n:iu AI. work bv tho hour. Cough Remedy. "Lost winter 1 used two bullies of Chamberlain's Cough Itemedy," wiiles Mrs, John Miller, Itonnoke, 1ml. "II cured me of H severe cold on the lungs niul nil nggniNntlng cough. J have rei'ouimeiiiled I his remedy to H grent many people who have used It nnd have mil In nit but words of praise fur it. Obtainable everywhere. Even If vim do nothing sav not Ii Ing, nnd ure nothing, you i nn ' t eseupo criticism. CASTOR I A Ior Infants and Children, The Kind YouKw Always Bought Boars the Signature Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S CASTORI A Women Buffer Terribly from Kidney Trouble, ' Around on her feet all day no won der a woman has backache, headache, stiff swollen joints, weariness, poor sleep aud kidney trouble. Foley Kidney Pills give quick relief for these troubles. Tbey strengthen the kidneys take away the aches, pain and weariness. ninKe me worth living again. They will absolutely drive out rheumatism, weak back and Bwollen aching joints due to kidney and bladder trouble. Try Foley Kidney Pills and see bow much better you feel. How to Prevent Croup. Every effort should be iiiinle to pre vent the ill lurks by giving the child a light supper niul plenty of fresh air at nil times. The child should be warmly clad when out of doors. Especially the feet should be well protected and under no circumstance should the child be tilluwed to remain with wet or cobl feel. Then watch for the first symptom, lioarxcncHH, ami give Chamber lain's Cough Keiuedy at once and the attack may be warded off. This remedy is n favorite with the mothers of crimpy children mid can always be depended upon. It in pleasant and safe lu take, I Ibtniiiiible everywhere. FOLEY CATHARTIC TABLETS. Are wholesome, thoroughly cloausing, and have a stimulating effect on tho stomach, liver and bowels. Regulate vou with no gruune and no unpleasant offer effects. Stout peoplo find they givo immense relief and comfort. Anti bilious. Warren Hpofford. Green Bay, Wis., writes; "Foley Cothartio Tablets are the best laxative I ever used, llicy do tho work promptly and with no bad after effects.1' Try them. J. 0. Perry, druggist, s,U!STJ8qraq.O J0J OflrBJJ JO BpjOAS Indigestion and Constipation, "When living in Syracuse N. Y., about two years ngo I took two bottles of Chiiiiibciltilii'x Tablets and they i-iired me of indigestion nud constipa tion lifter 1 had suffered for mouths with these disorders." writes Mrs. Chiulcs tiloyd, Haldwinsville, N. Y. Obtainable everywhere. Foley's Honey and Tat compound for croup- Croup Bcnres you. The loud hoarse croupy cough, choking and gasping for breath, labored breathing, call ior lm medinto relief. Tho vory first doses of Foley's Honey and Tar Compound will niaater the croup. It cuts the thick mucus, clears awuy the phelgm and opens up and eases tho air passages. Harold Berg, Mass, Mich., writes "We givo Foley's Honey and Tar to our children for croup and It always acts quickly." Every user Is a friend. J C. Perry, druggist, Children Cry TOR FLETCHER'S & S S T O R I A Stomach Troubles. Mrs. A. Toiissnint, Whiliwborn N. V., says, " Chaiiiberlaiii 's Tablets lire ex cellent for stomach troubles and bil iousness." Mrs. Toiissnint speaks from experience in the use of these tablets. Olilamiilile everywlic HACK I HACK I HACK I With raw tickling throat, tight chest, sore luiigs, you need Foley's lioney and Tar Compound, nnd quickly. The first dose belps, It leaves a soothing ucnnng coating as it glides down your throat, you foci better at once, n. ainrtin, ilassott, Neb., writes: "I had a severe cough and cold and was almost past going. 1 got a bottle of Puley 's lioney nud Tar and am glad to say It cured my coniili entirely and my cold soon uis appeared." Every user Is a friend. J O. Parry, druggist. And tho married man who preaches cromiinv usiiallv wants his wife to do nil the practicing. MONEY TO LOAN On Good East Estate Security, THOS X. FORD iter Ladri . Ftu' h Pai k, Baleia, Oregos SalemFence Works And Stove Repairing R. B. Fleming, Prop. Stoves rebuilt and repaired. Stoves bought and sold. Depot American Fence Gates. Plain and Barbed Wire. Faints, Oils and Varnishes. Roofing, Posts, Hop Hooks, 250 COURT ST. PHONE 1U4 Back of Chicago Store. NORWICH UNION FIRE INSURANCE SOCIETY 8U1.QKABDT k HEREDITY bsldsnt Agents. SR5 lute Streat THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL Classified Business Telephone Directory A Quick, handy reference for busy people ABSTRACTS OF TITLE. Salem Abstract Company, 212-222 Salem Bank and Trust Bldg. CHIROPRACTOR AND NERVE SPECIALIST. Dr. P. H. May. 806-807 Hubbard Building , EVERYTHING Balem Electric Co., Masonic Temple, 127 ELECTRIC WIRING Geo. PettingU, 16S North Liberty street FURNITURE, CARPETS, DRAPERIES. Calef Bros., corner Court and High streets .- . . Main S93 HARDWARE Salem Hardwaro Co., Inc., 120 North Commercial Main 172 LAUNDRIES. Salem Steam Laundry, 130 South Liberty PLUMBING. STEAM PITTING AND TINNING. T. M. Barr, 161 South Commercial street Main 192 UNDERTAKERS. Rigdon-Rlchardson Co., 254 North High BTOVES AND Calef Bros,, corner Court and High streets . . . . Main 5D3 job i-tti.iirtu. Beaver State Printers, Pattou Block IMPORTANT EVENTS OI4-1H AT If WINTER SHORT COURSE JAN. 4-30 i Agriculture, including Agronomy, Animal Husbandry, Dairying, Horti culture, Poultry Husbandry, Insects, Plant and Animal Diseases, Cream ery Management, Marketing, etc. Home Economics, Including Cook ing, Home Nursing, Sanitation, Sew ing, Dressmaking and Millinery, Commerce, including Business Man agement, Rural Economics, Business Law, Office Training, Farm Account ing, etc. Engineering, Including Sbopwork and Koadbuikling. FARMERS WEEK FEBRUARY 1-6 A general clearing houss session of six days for the exchange of dynamic Ideas on the most pressing problems of the times. Lectures by leading authorities. State conferences. EXTENSION SERVICE Offers lectures, movable schools, In stitutes and numerous correspondence courses on request. MUSIC: Fiano, String, Rand, Voles. No tuition. Reduced rales en all rail roads, f-or fu titer infoima Ion address, The Oregon Agricultural Uillcgc, (lw r.'-l-to-l-l) CUKVAU.IA, OKROOM Some people have excellent tempera when tliev are asleep. SNAP Tho owner of a choice 20 acre tract all under cultivation, writes us to sell it for $75 per acre, ensh. This 20 aero tract is in the Itoscdale district, the ereat pruiio belt, ami is well worth 1,10 per acre, 4 Look it up toilny. Vk Arces Close In Well improved, 'JGjU, terms: worth 3500. 2 Choice Lots Iu North Salem for $200, terms. $750 Buys a good C room house, 2 lots, terms. Money to Loan House for Kent. We Write Insurance that Is Insurance. We can place your money, good real estate security. List Tour Bargains BECHTEL & BYNON 317 STATE STREET 4 CATARRH of tho BLADDER vi .'AM.V'.yV' . L. M. HUM Care of YICK SO TONG Chinese Medicine and Tea Company Has medicine which will cure any known disease. 153 South High Street, Salem, Ore. Phone 283. itftf. hr.m Sti n9 m tommam Mi,inM, SrVH ISCWS Tl till. B.hl Sim, l ll.u.. ht 11.00 wr ImI, Will mm! IbMNM irl.l.ta h i.ll twt ,b,n NM,HlrM. 0 4lMtUl AM M Sfl itom tMd MifcJM u Um , NIT'D HI ICL T4, lKf.evii. Ph. Telephone 633 . Main 881 . Main 1200 ELECTRICAL. North High ... AND SUPPLIES. Main 187 AND PAINTS. .. Main 25 street Day and night, Main 183 BEDDING. .... 1512 MADE IN U.S.A. The great American home remedy for the past 60 vpars for snnh ills ns T,ns5 nf a ,,, n; Constipation, Biliousness: Golds, Grippe or Malaria, is HOSTETTER'S Stomach Bitters EXECRATED THE CHURCH Chicago, Dec. 14. Richard Niemann a CaUt'oriiiuu, committed suicide toduv ut the Westminister hotel here, ilo left note to his mother ut Fulton, Oil Baying ho was unnblo to cam enough money to pay his fare home, lie nlso referred to tbousnmla of men who are trumping the streets of Chicago in search of work. "Even in denth," Niemann's note to his mother said, " I oxecruto the church. Cremnto my body, I want neither friends nor flowers at my f uncial." SKinot Beauty is a Joy Forever D !, T. MIX GOURAUD'S ORIENTAL CREAM 6R MAGICAL BEAUTIFIES i Tun, rinn.t , M..ti. P-iu'.. 1(1 hklD l)ll'fti n, mi't cvrrr blvmlili mi Imnnlr. aijd il IW iKMrctinn. Ii tt tiK'ii th tiiil nf uo ycrtt.t, ano It innlpri w II lrh?t.urc II is iirvprr.r mm I a A sr,n ooyuii r It-It of tinSLiI )..IUtn, Irf L, A Mivt" Wd to a l idy of Hip lni'it t-u ift (tuifi.t:. " Ai rm h1l tsrlll I rrciirnmp.n'i 'UuitritlKl'sl ClCNMl' rti thf IvtM Ititflllfu. t,t It 'I tiff ikin iM'Uii'tM)it-." t r ialr tiy nil ilniirtt'h'i Klifl I Mjf Uoutli li.'uim in Itto Vnltil rttt, CutuOk un i Kiuui tEflllT Wim. P.c. 37 Gr at Jcnsi S'ml Wr ChiiaroiiOry FOR FLETCHER'S C ASTO R I A ! Fllei Cured in 0 to 11 Days Drnpi!it refund money if l'AZO OINT' MKNT fails to euro ItehiiiR, Blind, iff, nuuii. First op' j llleeilinK or Protrudini riles. illcution gives relief. OUc. Do Your Christmas Shopping Now Don't wait to do your Christmas shopping early-DO IT NOW. If you shop now, you choose at leisure from ample varieties and get the best the-markets af ford in tho way of goods and service. Just turn to the ad vertising columns of The Journal and k'gin making out your Christ mas lists. At no Reason of the year will you find the advertising more help fulmore saving of your time and money. WARMER IN CALIFORNIA. Pomona, Cel., Dec. 13. Just when tho thermometer was expected to dro;i to the danger point at about l:3u this. morning it began gradually rising with ' a hazy, partially cloudy sky forming, and by ,(:.)0 was well back up in the thirties. The government gauge registered a 111 1 111 111 inn ot 28. Lemon and nrunge growers in exposed places started or- hard beaters shortly after 11 o'cla k but they were not kept burning long. I Tiie motorcycle putrol was maintain ed a part of the night, taking readings from the stations that cover the heart of the citrus belt. SAN DIEOO SCARED. Kan Diego Cal Dec. 14. Extra pre cautions were tnken by ranchers of this county today following tho weather bureau warning that a severe frost was III.-,.., 11.,.,. ,.i ,,. h,.,.- ., . at the exposition ground to protect the,"" '" "'"" re atiuns, was tuken so grent gardens and orchards that are'"1 t,ljt ?"e coula not atteud the tol" now in full growth. Fires will be'""'0 "tr,ke ""l"1- lighted all over the grounds if the! temperature goes below the danger! point. ST. LOUIS IT. St, Louis. Mo.. Dec. 12. The coldest; weather of tho winter gripped St. Louis, today A temperature of four degrees above cero was maintained throughout the morning. Soup kitchens wero packed with hungry men and women. OPENS NEW YEARS. Washington, Dec. II President Wil son agreed this afternoon to press the button setting in motion the machinery ' of the l'niiaina-Ciilil'oriiia exposition nl j ,-uii iMixi,. ii ui ,-n ut i uiei- ; o'clock (Washington time) New Years morning. H. Steinbock Junk Co. Dealer in Junk, Iron, Metal, Rubber, Sacks, Bottles, Hides, Pelts, Wool, Furs, Tallew, Machinery, Pumps, Pipes, Tools and all kinds of SECOND-HAND GOODS Our Specialty is Rags and Old Clothes Phone Main 221. 233 State Street, Salem. Oregon fflewBsrjaawiaBsws't GOOD FOR For Address This coupon may be exchanged for votes in the con test for a trip to San Francisco in 1915, at the Capital Journal office. Not good after December 19, 1914. iiill AAA tits ii TRAVELERS' GUIDE BAILBOADB. . SOUTHERN PAOIFIO COMPANY. BAXEM-GEEH LINE. '7.1 Ar. balem 9:18 s.m. 7il I-v. Salem 10:01) a.m. 7,r Ar. Sulom (mixed) 4:00 p.m. 74 Lv. Balem 4:25 ji.m. (No connection noutb of Goer.) SALEM, FALLS CITY ft WESTERN, 1 1(10 Lv. Salem (motor) ..... (I:lfl a.m. 7:00 s.m. '-jV- y'or JOil Lv. Halem (motor) 9:45 s.m. Kin IiV. Milium (motor) 1:40 p.m. 107 Lv. Halem (motor) 3:2fi p.m. 2.1!) Way Freight, lv. Halem 6:00 a.m. Kill Ar. Kalem (motor) . H.40 a.m. 104 Ar. Kalem (motor) 11:25 a.m. 100 Ar, Hulem (motor) 8:15 p.m. H1H Ar. Halem (motor) . BillO p.m. 170 Ar, Halem (motor) 7:45 p.m. 2 to Way Froi(;ht, ar. Halem 1:35 p.m. SOUTHERN PACIFIC CO. Northbound. 10 Oregon Kspreiis 0:00 a.m. 28 WlllametU Limited .... 9:22 a.m. 12 Klimta Limited (noon) 12 :M p.m. 18 Portluud I'muicuirer .... 2:00 p.m. !:0 Portland PnHsenuiir .... 5:00 pro 14 Portland Kxiiress 8:00 p.m 22(1 Local Way Freiulit .... 10:110 a.m. l!'.'.2-l'ortland Fast Frclifht 10:31) a.m. Bouthbound. 1.1 -California Kipress S:.12 a.m. 17 Hoseburg I'snniiiurr .... 11:10 a.m. lit Tottnuu Grave Pans 4:110 p.m. II Hliantu Limited 5:411 p.m. 27 WlllamotU Limited .... 0:10 p.m. 1,1 ann r rancisco hiuresa 1U:,IM ii.m. 221 Han Francisco Faiil Frt. 12:01 a.m. 225 Local War Frelfht .10:30 a.m. 0RE30N ELT.CTRIO RAILWAY CO. Northbound. Leaven Balem Arrives Portland Train No, 4:3" a m 2 Owl (1:55 a.m. 7:15 a.m 0 9:30 a.m. 0:11 a m 10 Limited 11:35 a.m. 11:20 a. n .. 12 1:45 p.m 1:50 p.m 14 4:10 p.m 4:00 p.m 10 Limited 5:50 p.m 5:37 p.m 20 8:00 a.m 7:55 p.m 22 -..10:00 p.m. MUM late Yesterday I 4 - 4,4 At London. The authorities prohib ited holiday shop illuminations lest they attract Zeppelin attacks. At Sun Francisco. The Palace hotel bar, ,aid to be the last Pacific coast drink dispensary to cling to the "tw bit1 lute, cut whiskey prices to 20 CClltd. At San Francisco. Decluriug San Francisco's "crime wave" a newspa per invention, Chief of Police White asserted there was scarcely "a real thug" left in town. At Denver, Colo. Mrs. J. Borden the federal commission MBrriinau, of At Stockholm. A meeting at Malrno r riday was arranged bctwocu Kings Oustuve, Hnnkon and Frederick of Sweden, Norway and Denmark, to dis- cuss proiilcms arising from the war situation. At San Francisco. A young woman who gave her name as Mrs, Add Oill inor", said to have lived once at Van eouv'i, II, (',, swallowed morphine at her runms in 11 local apartment house, succumbing later ut u hospital. piles Cured In 6 to' 14 Days . Druggists refund money if PA'O u . i m i',.T in m to euro ItCllinff. tiling, Bleeding or Protruding -Piles. f irst application gives relief. Due. 25 VOTES TVTTTTTTTTTTTVVTTVTftfTfVt Bouthbound. Lv. Portland Ar. Balsas , 8:5 sua. ,..10:11 u. ,..12:55 p.o. 4:81 pjsu . 8:40 pja. ... 8:10 p.m. 0:45 a.m 8:25 a.l . 1 C Limited ... - 7 9 13 Limited ... .. 17 Local ..... 19 10:40 a.m 2:10 p.m 4:40 p.m 0:00 p.m 9:20 p.m ,.li:ia f.aa, 11:4.5 p.m 21 Owl .. l:tf i Northbound. Ar.BaJoaa 20 5:87 pjau A. Ralea . 10 Limited 9:41 sm, 14 1:80 p au . 10 Limited 4:0 pja, 22 - 7:M pjs, 2 Owl 8:10 t-aa, Southbound. Lv. Corvallls 4:10 p.m Lv, KiiRono 7:35 K.m 11:15 a.m 1:50 p.m 5:10 p.m 12:05 a.u Lv, Halem Ar. Albany .. 6:81 pja, Ar. Engeaa 7:01 p.aa. Ar. Eugena .. 7:50 ua. ..11:8 ja. ..19:M pja. Ar. Albany 4:35 p.m 8 Lv. Halem 2:00 a.m 9:05 a.m 10:1.1 a.m .. 81 Owl .. 1 6 Limited Lv, Halem 1:00 p.m 7 2:01 p.au btops at OomUilt 2:21 p.sL Ar. Eujerx 8:80 pja. Lv. Halem 8:40 p.m 18 COBVALLIB CONNECTION". Northbound. Lv, Corvallls Ar. Bale 8:20 a.m 10 . 9:48 a. a. (Local Aluany to Halem.) 12:12 p.n 14 1:10 p.SL 2:32 p.m 10 4:00 p.ai. 4:10 p.m 20 5:37 p.ss. 8:03 p.m 22 .. . 7:11 p at. Bouinoouna. Lv. Halem 9:05 a.m.. 10:15 a.m.. Ar. I'orralUJ 10:01 sum, 11:84 UK. 6:02 pja, 4:35 p.m U 1:00 p.m 8:45 p.m 7 , 2: HI p.au 13 , 8:00 pjB. It's high time you awoke to the opportunity that awaits you among the real estate Ads in the Journal Want Coiurans.