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THE SALEM CAPITAL JOTJBNAL, SALEM, OHEGON, TtTESJAY APRIL 13, 1015.
five 1 i t$ J THE MARKETS J J For the present, $1.50 per hundred ! lie ruling wholesale price -for pota L, Then- is hut little prospects of ..y'inunediato change at this price. i'lio eS ami poultry market is weak, h.ihiiiis its own. Live stock in " - ". ,, i. ,..i.i ; ? .. ?....: .mrotnlilc itinrkot I ... i the fruit or vegetable market. Grains. Hay, timothy, per ion Clover, per ton Onto and vetch theat Wheat, per bushel Oats, per bushel . Soiled barley $1 $8.50 , $Uli , $910 , $1.10 4Sc $3.50 Corn , $;i8.50 $41' $28,511 $31 Butter. Ciackcd corn .. Ural - Shorts, per ton Buttcrfat, per pound 2.1e Creamery butter, per pound 2fc Vegetables. Ap.iraj;u9 Cal)i:3!e, per III I'anupl Tomstct's, Florida Cauliflower, Oregon String Garlic Celery, per crate hrttwe, crate Beets 12c .."fruit 'XjC ....;.$i.5u $4.50 $1.35 lSe $4.75 $2.75 $1.50 Khnhud, box $2 (alifornia peas 10c Radishes 40e Potatoes, per 100 lbs $1.50 Fruits. Strawberries, crato $4.50 Orangea, navel $2.75fri)3 Bananas, lb 54c Lemons, per boa $44.50 PincapjdeB, per lb 7 '(: Apples, box $1.501.75 Flwidi grapo fruit $4.50 Dates, dromedarv, case $3.25 Daiea, Persian, "lb 8U8c Fard dates $1.00 Coconnuts, per dozen $1 FifJ, per pack l)0c$1.50 Eggs and Poultry. tygj, rash, ltlc; trade 17c ItM, liound 12c Iwsters, old, per pound 7c flags 8c Pork, Veal and Mutton. Vo-V., on toot G!'.fu)7 I'oiV, Armed F.iras ...OMitTiilOc G'jC De CVtfG'c 5(iioV4c Veal, dressed Spring luirbs, milk led Steers ('own Hulk Z""'Z Wethers Sheep, sheared Retail Price. Creauery butter Flour, hard wheat Hour, valley EKS per dozen Nujjar, pane Sugar, I). G Z'Z V.::(n I'.c ic Oc 32X.C ..$2.10.2.00 $1.85((C2 20e $7 $6.80 Portland Markets, Port 'and, (,,.., A,,,.) lit Wheat '. $1.7; Mii.-M.mii, )., "ts -No. I while Iced, $:U.r,(. I'lllicy - ( ,1. iy2'. I!..gs-e-t live, i7..-,u,' ; .(!.;. prj,m. Me!."s. t.7:,o fail(.v ,KS h"t calves, its j ,;,,vill, l;,,,,!, ifm Ih'tter- I it V cri-.-lncrV, 27 ... Vl'. '.f -Si'lcclcl I I ." li.. II I'-e; Inuilels, 2U(i,2"ie; Hi He. geese, Gcverror Johnson Mourns ' Death of Editor Nelson Capitol. Sn. ninientn, Till., April 1,'t. Johnson t.i.lny issued tin foi ls statement. iir..;nl. I.:. . V.i b ' ," ,H' ,,"ntl1 .vostordnv of "' m K.-fcliilI Nelson, editor and of the Kansas city Star and ono of the monitors of the Progressive Party: i'i NVIs,,n '-vl'ified the most ;. ,, i"o nest in lournn rn. Hc was a pioneer in the awaken 5 O' a cnic conscience nf tlm m. u;,.i"'.1SI",,,r fnr ,lln ""premncy of CI?, , J',"lrn,lllt "1'lendid work Bn..r..i- ,u" iniliression upon our Tll T V'P'"'"'-! Hie sort of K? '"id resp,.et-able, .f the " f""rl,""' " " Hi,,r,,;''V.K0':, thin nation, t m 1,1'""" "'" nn" Rl-eat- Kaudalcna Bay Is SuppIyPoint For Allies '"r-sto. tndav In the statn. Miliary . C1 "" '"""ellcrn of the ft that V ","7 Kn,fn- the ef. a. , h. ,L'''"l"n ,,nv ' hein used allirrl fi ."'.''I'lies l,v warships of T "M flee in tho ,,n,,ifii;i the N wlli''i ' ehnraetnre.l Mrt' !' . 'r',' ll,,n"Pl.'er, rrarhrd n tl- ,;,r',n-r nf,er "" P VMi7" 'he western coast of ' i . T"1,,1" 'n- native at Mag "!. th. . (nP,!,'n Sommellera Am " '"ve been . ,;,. . flt f f.. r, -"Mi warshini nn.l "'I .1,1? , b-v- T,, arhips " f lh.T K i' i ' 1",i"n lnnM "earning on long l l STEEL STOCKS BOOM today and at noon had reached 149. an advaneo of 23 points from yesterday's clOBe. licthlo- hem preferred was quoted at 110. The general Hat did not respond as nnieh as was ex pected, but industrials advanced fractionally. Colanel Nelson Passes Away After Brilliant Career In Journalism Kansas City, Mo., April 13. William K. Nelson, owner of the Kansas City (Star, liiud at liis home horc early today after an extended illness. Colonel Nel son wis 71 years old. Ho was the sole owner and editor of the newspaper which he hint built up and up, to a month ago v.-ns active in the manage ment of the .Star, despite his illness. After the lust republican national convention when tho progressive party was organized Colonel Nelson was the first noted editor in the country to como out in support of Colonel Boose volt. Hir.n at Fort Wayne, Ind., Mureh 7, IH4I, Colonel Nelson was educated at Notre Dumo univotsitv. h'or two vears hc worked upon a newspaper there. Ijiiter he failed to realize an expected I'orti-.ne in Sua Islai d cotton and for several yearn was a successful contrac tor. W'neii 39 years old and in possession -f n few thousand dollars NcIboii ar rived in Kansas City, determined to establish an ideal ufternoon newspaper. ins !reatest asset wns his uggrossivo aess. (n Beptcnihrr 18, 188(1, tho first Star appeared. It was n 'paper of four pages. From tho first tho Htar ad vanced all causes for civic improve ments, parkMiand better buildings. Nel son was tho first to ofCcr wnr upon the prevailing price for newspapers, put ting forth the Star at seven dailies for 10 .-iiits. I.nter ho bought the Time.i and offered seven morning papers anil six "veiling papers fir- 10 cents. lie built his own paper mill, and the Ntar, of which ho was solo owner, is reputed to bo the fluent newspaper plant in America and possibly in the world. The fortune of Colonel Nelson is estimated at millions, Kiir;eiie Field, who was conducting n humoioiis column u the Kansiis City Times, then a rival ol the Kt:.r, dubbed Nelson "Colonel." lie was not n mili tary officer, but the title given him bv Field stuck. ENGLISH PROGRAM TO REGULATE LIQUOR Cabinet Is Expected To Formulate ' and Announce Plan At Today's SosbIou. ! (By W. 8. Forrest.) London, April 13 Tho British; cabinet will probably formulate n j definite program for tho regulntion of j i.pior traffic, during tho remainder of the war before adjournment tonnht. With Premier Asrpiith presenting: u personal message from King fleorgei regnriling the prohibition proposals, the cabinet was engaged todny in a'" final discussion of tho liquor question before parliament convenes tomorrow. The king Is understood to have in formoil tho premier that ho was will ing thnt concessions bo made the brewers of the country bv refraining from Insistence upon absolute prohibi tion throughout tho British isles. It was understood today that the brewers and representatives of other liquor interests will not oppose thoj establishment of prohibition in centers; where the government is convinced: that excessive use of liquor is hinder ! ing the niiiniifuetiiro of war munitions. Absolute couutrvwido abolition of liquor traffic will be bitterly opposed, however, nml In cases of partinl pro hibition tho liquor interests will insist upon compensation in tho districts in which the anti-liquor orders arc Issued. IN AUTOMOBILE FORT One of (he lntest inventions for serv ice in war times is called the war mo tor or movable fort. Tt can be oper ated by a few men, and wherever it has been use.l has always demonstrat ed Its efficiency. An efficient nid to Nature In cases nf poor appetite, headache, blunting indi gestion, dyspepsia, billiousness and con stipation can bo found in Hosteller's Stumn.-h Bitters. Time and agnin it has demonstrated its efficiency, and If von will only use it promptly may be the means of helping you very mater ially towards recovering your health' and strength, fiive it a fuir trinl. Tt Is all rijht to keep smiling if you havj anything to smile about. I New York, April 13. Bethlo- i So nT 03 tho kern"! of school direct hem common lcl another violent I ors ar0 eoiiecrned the high school chim unheaval in tho ntneU ninrlii ; ney ci.:itroversy between the board and E" Building Committee Reports No Progress -Discuss Points of Differentiation When is a "hole" not a "whole"? Ans. When it is a flue. ! Contractor Hughes has dwindled down ! ."li8 'inB joint of discrimination, lw''ieh means, in the language of the coiumutee on buildings and grounds, which has the matter in hand, that no "progress" has been made toward a settl'uient of the dispute which has mm- lasted nearly two months. Tho committee reported last night that they had conferred with Mr. Hughes and his counsel since the last meeting, but that they had been mi ahlo to secure any kind of a tangible proposition for compromise, arbitration or 3att lenient with Mr. Hughes except that ho rind offered tn accept a reduc tion of about $12 representing the sav ing ho confesses he saved in labor and material In eliminating the header courses in tho chimney already con-Ntru.-tcd, nnd that ho would build the secoiLl chimney the required inside di- mensions of 25 inches to clear for the snm.i price as the one already con structed, but the committee was not "Bti.ified with this proposition. Director Barnes expri'si-ed himself as determined to insii-t upon the 20 per cent reduction in the contract price of the chimney because the experts re ported that the chimney hud been re duced In efficiency about 27 per cent by reason c' tho deviation from the specified Inside dimensions. It is nioro than probable that a compromise can not be arranged by the committee, and unless tho majority of the board go over the heads of the committee and n-der a settlement upon one basis or another tho matter will be carried into tno courts. Director Barnes, in order that the committee bo prepared to make Con tractor Hughes a definite proposition, siiggeFted that, the committee bo au thorized and instructed to offer a set tlement upon the basis of a reduction of $125 on the contract price which is about 20 per cent, ns recommended by the Portland chimney exuerts and nnv tho contractor 25 cents per cubic foot extra fd- tho additional concrete bns constructed by the contractor over tho specifications. Director White took is suo .vith him upon this score, contend ing that it would not be right to nsiwss a flat penalty of 20 per cent upc.i the whole structure, if the chimney was found to answer the purpose for which it wis built, and contended that the foundation had nothing to do with the efficiency of the chinuiev, and the proposition dwindled down to the point of whether an arbitrary of 20 per cent should bo levied upon tho chimney as a "whole" or upon the efficiency of the "hole" of the chimney. Director Huron talked discourngingly of being able tn nrrivo at any kind of a compromise with the contractor and favored the adoption of tt "watchful waiting" policy, declaring that it was his belief that the contractor should either come through with a tangible pic.'.silioii or fight it out in the courts. At the Fame time, he expressed the be lief that "the court would be inclined to bo lenient with the contractor." Tho mutter was allowed to rest with the committee for the time being. BANDITS ROB POSTOFFICE. (armel by-iheSeu, Cal., April 13, Mounted bandits swooped duvn on tin postoffiee here early today, dynamite.! the safe, gtnbbed $21)11 and 'galloped "wnv "'" " " TZI'" ""H'ors, pm-ts and am,,,s w" 'linli '' hamlet their head pmrters, looked on, Tho robbery (inducted in old-fushiicicd whirl wind style, horses rearing and bucking, Ifllltl-IIVM U'ltvilt.r .MIMU i i...ii;..., n...i tu. vanishing in a cloud of dust while (hc i.neril f gathered a posse and went i p,,ri,,iit. The bandits are believed tu h, ,,,,; ,r s rrllll(.iw0i " ' Good fortuno seldom travels around an automobile looking for yon. Go To See THE OUTCAST Thomas Nelson Page's Motion Picture This four-reel Mutual Master picture that you read about in tho Hatnrdny Kvening Post is one nt tho most powerful stories of life in the shuns. lean, wholesome, full of pathos, of humor, of love and action a play for young and old. You'll laugh and you'll cry and you'll tell your friends to go -"The Outcast." Here Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Bligh Theatre THE t OREGON Today SALEM MOVIES AND OTHER FEATURES Adults 15c Children 10c WED. and THURS. A. ACTS LA SALLE COMEDY CO. HARRY IRVINO, BERT GRAY, RUTH STEWART, EARLE BONNER, LUELLA SIMONS Singing, Dancing, and Comedy Monologues and A SPECIAL WORLD FEATURE ffl' L1SS with BARBARA TENNANT A Bib TWO HOUR SHOW Adults 10c. Children 5c e.i r i n nry tfaiwii mi si uraws Crowds To Oregon Two capacity houses for the Oregon Theatro was the manner in which Villein showed its interest in home mado pictures. Tho house wns not only crowded during t lie evening, but nt all times of the showing, of tho homo mado comedy, "Try Halem First", tho crowd showed its interest aud approval. Considering tho cloudy wenthcr in which tho pictures were taken, Manager Card managed to develop reiuarkaidy clear pictures. Tonight the "Try Ralem First" will be given again. It is really quite in teresting to see home folks moving around and doing stunts just like real movie stars. 7i, 'EVERY WOMAN" 13 COMING. Henry W. f-uvngo is sending here the tremendous ill iiniutic. speetm-le, " Ev erywnman," which created such a fu rore in New York, Boston, Cliicugo, and the other large American cities. It will be diseloseil at the (iiiinil on Saturday, April 24th. There have been since the first production of this mod ern morality play, many companies per forming it, but this city is fortunate in having, according to Mr. Savage, an opportunity to witness the best all round organisation ho has ever spun sored. It is the only company playing " Every woman" in America nnd it con tains several of the orignntors of the various interesting rules. An Ideal wifo Is one who never weak ens on her husband's energy anil abil ity even if sho has to keep him in food and clothing. America's Greatest Cigarette mi tffpta, Qfinnn i lit VtU a "A MODERN EVE" Coming to the Grand Opera House' V S v jiV ti ...:.V. Y ! . ' i I V " y Ir ) m 'I 5 M '' '' U 1! It If V T . .'.J' Miss Gudntn Walberg, Channluj Cmi modle.mie and Novolty Dnncor, in the Popular Musical Cowcdy, "A Modern Eve," at Grand Opera House, Tnursdiy, April 15. It is quite likely that this city, like Berlin, Vienna, Chicago aim other cities will yield to the spell of the tuneful Herlin operetta, "A Modern Eve", which l.e Comte and Flesher, by ar rangement -VI t It .Molt 11. Singer, will ..resent nt the (Irand on Thursday, April 10th. To have been presented in Berlin for over two years, and in other Euro pean capitals, ns well us in Chicago for a season at the durrick theatre, and not to have met Willi a jungle critical rebuff, obviously means that "A Aloil ern Eve" possesses a universal iippenl. Mr. Singer, who was visiting Berlin, with no intention of importing a mus ical offering ns he has always pinned his faith to native librettists and com posers was so impressed by the adapt ibility of the bunk nnd the haunting melodies of the More of "A Modern Eve", Hint he felt iiniii, lied to bring it to America, The story centers about the family life of flu- Cascadier family, of which .Mine, Ciiscadier is decidedly AND LtCOMTE & FLKSIIKK, by Spcfinl AiTarijrerncnl with MOKT II. SIMJKK, Announce The 2 sS"t Happiest iZ! Hit "A MODERN EVE" Like Her Namesake, Recording Conquests Everywhere 0 olicious Musiu liKhtful Comudy arlinjr Chorus u Luxt; rroduction a g Favorite Musical r nr J Comedy Farceurs & Including the Original Famoim Beautiful "Eve" Chorus Prices 50c, 75c, $1.00. Sent Sale Wednesday. WEXFORD ffi WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY All Star Feature Company Presents Thos. W. Hum and Company of 100 in Henry EloHHom'n Great Racing Play "CHECKERS" . From the Famous Cook of the Same Name In Five Great Parta. A Feature Extraordinary. k Rnre Treat to Sec a No Change - - TV fit M .(UW lW. tH0dfaU,t jkt, tho head. The pretty daughters, Hence nnd Camilla, aro under their mother's I forceful influence, nail seek careers, one as a physician, tho other ns an i artist. Men are to play no masterful part in their lives. Poor Cusimir iiiiHliHiid nnd father is relegated to i the kitchen, where he occupies bis time bossing tho servants and knitting. But lovers, acceptable ones, se tho daugh ters, and eventually upset tho scheme of lite laid down by tho militant moth or. there are two iwnliorato scenes, tho first the reception room within the iCiisciidier home, tho second a delight- tu! gulden anil promenade, I Tho sensational Dancing Pour will present u novelty in their whirlwind ii nd Tango iluncing, and the Modern Eve beauty chorus will be a fen I inc. 'Among the song hits are "(ioodhyo. Everybody," "You're Huch A Lone some Aloon Tonight," "Is tho (lirl You Married Still tho (iirl Yoil l.ove?" "Ilelli,, Sweetheart," and "Ifita, My Margarita. " ONE NIGHT APRIL Exactly n.s I'rc'Kcnlutl i ChimiKO 1 Year, New York City 8 MonthH. A Great Bong ry I Knsemble.s Brilliant Wig Acts Few Stats at $1.50. Mail Orders Now. Real Feature Picture. in Price. 5c -M-M---fw NEW TODAY f ' One cent por word each lnsar- X tion. f Copy for advertisement on- f dor this headiug should be in by J 2 p. m. PHONE MAIN 81. t Tllliia-l fresh cows, sell cheap. R. P. D. o. b, vox oi. tf POll PAINTING and papcrhanginp; mu n. u. .umcr. i nono i.jU-K. AplO WANTED experienced maid, llltf M'ssicm street. Phoue Main 80. Apl3 AUTO tube vulcanizing, 23c. Shop foot of Union street. Phone 1517-J. Aprl7 HOME-STUDY text books for snle; all sub.iects. P. D. Abbott, 211 Hubbard building. tf FOU lit; NT 3 well furnished down . stuirs room for light housekeeping, lnquiro at 332 Nona Church. U WANT HO TO UK NT 20 to 50 acres farm land within 6 miles of Salem. Address I. M., care Journal. Apia FOU HF.NT Two sleeping rooms with slo-ping porch. 330 North Summer, or plume 270 J, Apl3 IF YOU wish your carpet vacuum cleaned by responsible parties phono 1S02. Special prices. tf Hltul-CLASH service at Prod's Night Lunch. Keep nway with your jit neys. WANTED Second baud 4-liulo steel range. 2011 Mable ave, Apl3 ''t'K BENT I'p to date 7-rooni flat,' close in, See . H. Fleming. Phonu 121. ltosidcneo phono 02. tOtt SALE-By owner, 15 acres fine laud, fenced and cleur, rock road. Ha-gain if taken sow. Phone 121. Kesideneo phone 02. EOlt SALE Nearly new Empire c-eani ne.wriimr, or win undo tor small horse or cow. Phono 75H-H. A. I,. Miner. A pl3 HOD!) reliablo man with family waiitu worn oi any lima. AiIiIiusb K. M., Jo irnul. MOVED First door north up Ye Lib. orty. Fred's Night Lunch. FOUND Small crochet bag. Owner can have same by identifying and paying fur this ad. Apl3 LOS I Black and whito automobile, nine on Mission street, between Twelfth and Commercial.. Plmln pleaso phrao 172. Aplt FOl! HAl.K ,Pnur swarms of bees with extra hives and supplies. Write D. K. Tompkins, Ut. 4, box 111). ApU WANTED A woman for light work. 'iill f7 Mill street. ApU I'OIJ SALE Twrt dozen week-old thor. niig.'ibred I). K. chicks. Thorough bred fwuyciir old II, . cock, 701 Soulh Church street. ApU IIAHUY Window and office cleaner. Phone lDfiQ-J. Aprl7 COMPLETE stock of tested garden, field u n. I lawn seed. Westacott A Thlelsen Co., 1J1 North High Bt. tf Wfc will allow you the highest price foi your used furniture iu exchange fol now. Cnlef Bros., homo fumlimori, Phono 503. El lit SALE A good twin cylinder lull In. linn inolorcyrlc, aliiiest as gi.ul an iien. i none i.,m,i, inipiiru II. .17 N. i oiiiiiieii nil. A , I I'Oi; l(ET-Nice r.u.in in ,.,:,'7. home; all convenii uces; if-' ,er week. Phone -Itll, ApEI V(H'(I man, aged 21, of good habits wi.lies work of seniu l.ind in town Ad Iress A, T. E., Join mil. tf LOST-On Pacific. Highway bulwei "i and .lelleison, spare tire off re.ir 01 uiKoiiioliil,.. rmder j.leiise no tify Asahel Uusli. Apl I FOU MALE 'A ,-xtm go, ,eky l.iulti h'.ses, gentle nnd good workers! weight 12110 nnd I IIKI IH. 7I.J Mouth Twelfth street, tt er (laiiige. ApEI FOU HAI.E-lllack mare, medium blocky build, uico single, good truv elcr; suitable for small fiirni. Cherry I'ily Feed P.nin, Forry street, ApU I'Oli SALE Cheap, ono lot -IHxl75, f. ro.tn house, well plumbed, burn, good well, fruit trees. Will take unto In go.id repair as .art payment, Impiiri) ill .111,', rviuth Hixteentli t. Apl i EVEHYONE Is welcome who could glvo me uny particular about the figure, pii'..le of the Homestead itr States iiuiii paper. I 'm suspecting there Is something wrong. Let inn know all particulars and you can get very in- mi esiiug inioriuation aliout the pus- 7.llf lllll ll!II'lm..t. lnl.n I.' I...... I I.. 'luixl .'iHII'J ' u-'.t.l l l I II. I IU, o. Ainany uvenue, ( hicogo, 111, ApEI Killed Four Children and Committed Suicide ppoKuue, Wash., April 1.1 In a fit of despondency Mrs, A. Leonard, resid ing at IIKII West Fifth avenue, in West lirove addition killed her four children some time lust night by administering chloroform, and then look her own life : with the sumo poison. The bodies were found todny, The children's mimes mil age were, I.iillierine, 1; Constunce, 0; Lon 7, mi l .Leonard, 0. I The husbund was iiwuv from home be ing employed at I'sk, Washington. GOVEENOB GOE8 TO JAPAN. Washington. April 1.1. Governor Harrison of the Philippine Islands to day cabled that ho would leave Muni In on April IA for Japan, where he will remain tun innnthn Mennwhlla VI.,A j Governor Alartin will bo In charge. i i