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THS SALEM CAPITAL -JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY. APRIL 0. 1915.
TIVB ft TABLOIDS. WW as"! 1:1 k f a 1 58 "fl 3a M Superior in quality ANTi PI AOID THE MARKETS . 1 .. .n .tn.riL' tudnv. The rortlund irket advanced n cnmrtor of a cent Irterfay nut as nui --......v. ... ..... Lj prices. "i""--" u... Uu .u L)S rents ler box tomorrow. The ircncrul, hs the Portland Lkct is uji today. . f Sugar is due for a raise in the retail x,,e this week. TTke eRg "inrket is weak, several Lijei in the rity paying today as low i I U cents cash. ,,i;raim and feed stuffs are drugging 4 the prices of the past week. The lo Jl market does not follow the slight i and downs of the Portland murket. U. S. GOVERNMENT IS. Postmaster Huckestein Has Received 50 Applications For Work Since Jan. 1 Grains. ,r. timottiv, per ion $12 .' - s sown r net ton 9iti and vetch ... Stoat - Wheat, per bushel per bushel . hurley .... $11 (tol2 $'.)(o 1 0 $L10 4Ke .. .$33.50 Postmaster Huckestein is now in the employment ugency business, ns nil the postoffiees throughout the I'nited states have been made n part of the government system to relieve the prob lem of the unemployed. Applications for' work may be filed with anv nostmimlor Thmn fr.,, w... lem nre sent to the bond f flu. !,,,,,.,, nt Portland where they are listed, to gether with employers who need woi It ers, ho far, th government has been successful in bringing many employers rarley su.i.nu and the unemployed together. 38.50 j Since the establishment of this em- pioynionr agency tiie first of the year, Postmnster Huskostcin has, received more than 50 ntmticiitinna 'rim mi;.in. ,tio blanks may be secured any time nt 1. 1 1 f .... jiue loeui posiornee. i lie blank re 'riuireit thnt the imiilifntita iAxtn jtiou regarding nge, sex, weight, height, iwlwirn iiiirn ti.,.,1.. Anil:.... . " .....ii: .'. uiwiiiiK, VApcneilCC and winzes ovnoetnd If ...,.,i:..nnt is married, the number of his family must be given anil whether they will work. "Hmv much mnnnv u-m.l',1 ...... pay for a railroad ticket," is one of the important ouo-itiiinn in lw ,,. ! Further informntinn why the npili3nt lost Iiih hiHt job. lmw lw. 1 1 ;.n . i ...n i iiwn in- iuin vvvn miiu unu wnn wnom HP ; : ' ; is ! , II , ; ' ! i , i Los Angeles. Detectives nre investigating the mysterious ii' iith of t iota Politer, pvettv telephone operator, fund dead in lier apartments. 8he recent ly eame here from Spokane. Stoektc.i, lal. f.onv Rieco, raiuher, started for ISe.u tien tin today to serve. 10 years for killing (leortie llotri, whom he shot during a dispute over money. Sacramento. Hundreds of alien school teatheis in Cali fornia, wIk. were in danger of 10. -ing their pobs, will hold them now that the .lones bill, exempt- 11. g tencheis from the anti-alien joiblie eui)iloyinetit law, has been passed by the assembly. Fresno, Cnl. A warrant is out here for the nmt of H. F. Fly, publicity manager tor .Sen ator Cnrtin, defeated demo,r;it ie enmlidutp for gn.'eriior. Fly is charged with passing bogus checks. A bartender swore to the complaint. sic I A SOLACE FOR HOI r Wednesday THE DU Thursday :-: BIG GALA SHOWS :-: Auspices of Salem Military Band Band Concerts i i 3 ACTS OF LOCAL VAUDEVILLE J Splendid Orchestra ACT DRAMATIC MASTERPIECE "DETECTIVE CRAIG'S SCOOP" Adults lOc GOOD COMEDIES Children 5c DOORS OPEN AT 7 P. M. TTtrrrmf in nimiw win mi TODAY'S ODDEST STORY. 23c j . . . 2(jc 12c ..3f:i'.e ,.....$1.5tf ... . 4.S() $1.35 ..15c ..10e. ..45c ! , Te n - ; ...kpit rnru $40 J,ir, per ton ',ti li utter. Stttcrfat '' ,aaicry butter, per pound 7 Vegetables. liiaracuj 'bbage, per lb 3(ri:i',.e i Arinim Sll.Sl) fwiatori, Florida $4.50 ' . iulidower, Oregon )!!, crato $2.73 ; tocti $1.50 ' 1 muDarii, uoi . ulilornia pens !Utofi, per UK) lbs $1.75 'tatMs, new, lb 10c . ii'tir Peas 9c Fruits. Hranberries, crate $2.75 , ihnp't, navel $2,75(a3 Uum, lb -5'4e . imjai, per box $44.50 ?bfapple, per lb 7 ic fya, box $1.501.75 Mk grape fruit - $4.50 dromedarv, caso $3.25 ', Peraian, "lb 88K-c "i ati $i.co ' vr eioien $1 l igJ, Ier pack il0c(g$1.50 .!; Eggs and Poultry. vlgs, cash 15c; trade 17c "ifnj, pound fooatcrs, old, per pound " . .. 7c P - 8c ,' Pork, Veal nd Mutton. -Mi o" oot onj7 rk, dressed O'.fixlOc ' .". 5c 1, dressed 9ic iytmg lambs, milk fed 'ge ?Mr - !!!6(7C6 V!C ' !?7 - 5ffi5e ' 3i4.V4 ;,lbfr,L 7c fcp, sheared 0c ucuuii rrice. Benefit Concert Is To Buy Needed Basso Profundo For Military Band ! Spokane, Wash., April JO. Mrs. A. iS. Meyers was astound ed to. have a strange man cuter her kitchen door the oilier morning with the remark: " Weil, Alary, it's good to see you again. .1 II slay now and me the rest of my luc with you and the girls. ' ' Mrs. ileyers told Sheriff Wal ter that the man evidently thought himself uu Knoiii Al lien. A deputy took In mi to the icarcst locj.up. t- V 'f Carl Fisher Accused of Killing Patrolman San Francisco, April 20. l!mler the cliiu ipiostioning of tlto polico, Otto Walter today accused Cnrl Fisher, alias S. SStansinakis, of killing Patrolman Ed warl Maloney, who wua ahol in the jback while searching the two suspected Miliums in m mgnr. risner stoutly ite j nied the charge. Tho men were brought incd to nee in tno iirescneo of iletee tives, whereupon Walter repeated the allegation. ".Maloney stopped Fisher nnd me while we were walking from tho Bar bary Const tn the wnterfront bent on ! robbery." Walter told the police. "first he searched Fisher, but failed to find tho gun. Then ho searched me, and got my gun. Ho turned to frisk Fisher again. They wrestled. 1 heard n shot. Maloney fell. I was afraid I might get killed, so I walked away." FMicr declared that this story was a lie. He was taken back to his cell, and will be closely quizzed during the day. . ''umcrv hotter 3nr, hard wheat '"', alley 'h per dozen .. ''.'mar, rune far, D. 0 30e $2.10(n"2.(10 $1.83frt2 20e - $7 $0.80 j ; Portland Markets, i'' 'J'" April 20.- Wheat, llH-0. , W,liu, j,t,0i, m . Rarley Feed $25.50. Hogs liest live $7.70fti $7.80. Prime steers $7.25(ii)$7.75; fancy cows $0.25: best calves $1.75f$8. Spring lambs ifllfii $!).25. Hutter City creamery 25e. Fggs Selected local extras lS'.je; Hens lo'cfa Klc; broilers 20e(ti25e; geese RcftDe. It may be difficult to climb up In the world, but just think how easy it is to slide down again. The Salent militnry band needs a new liass drum, and to sc'-urc the muney they will have n benefit Wednesday and Thursday evenings at the Oregon theater. Manager John timber states that n naii who plays a horn will buy his own instrument s0 tluit he inn v take it home with him and practice at night, partly for the entertainment of his neighbors. Hut no man enjoys the company of a buss drum all by himself, and for that reason the band shri hl own one as nart i "f 'he organization. A good buss drum i costs $40 to $50, nnd to raise this 'amount tho benefit is given. ; The salem military bnnd, as now or ganized, has 22 members, with John (Iraber, manager, and II. X. Stouden meyer, director. The cornet players are Dr. Ward Fisher, X. fi. Freeman, ('has. Kurth and II. N. St mlcnmeycr. Those who piny the clarinet nre Win. Skinner, R. II. Savage, Earl II, Anderson. Karl il'oppo and Thomas Underwood. Wil liam .Hevier is an accomplished piccolo j player. The alto horns are played by .loh ii Ornber, L. Mickelson and Traeey i Hatch. Tho three trombone men are I Oscar Steclhanimer, Herbert Stiff and W. If. Sellwonl. Ivan (1. Mnrtin han dles tho baritone horn. The bass horn' nrtisls are Edward Tallman nnd Hert Russell, Warren J. Hunt has tho snare drum and I). II, Tuliuadge the bass drum. Mnnnger Oraber states that tho out door concerts will begin as soon as weather permits. This winter the band hns taken up a higher grade of music. With the addition of several promi nent singers who will assist in the pro grams tn bo given this summer, Mnn ager Oraber is confident that the Sa lem military band will be a credit to the citv, , ! ' I ! j LETTER TELLS HOW 10 By Fallowing Method De scribed Ground Pests Can Be Eradicated The first letter to be received nt the .court house concerning how to kill i gophers wan received by the county clerk this morning. The l"!ler should hnve gone to the county school super ii.teadi 'lit to be passed upon in the com- position contest for prizes of $5. $:i and Large Attendance of Delegates Judge ile offered. The missive is so gen P. H. D'Arcy to Preside. juincly sincere that it was given to the press tor publication. BIO RAILROAD ORDES. Philadelphia, Fa., April 20. Piophciies that the country is on the eve of renewed prosper ity were revived here tunny lol lowiug the latest aniiouncenieiit of the Pcunsyh iinin railroad that in addition to the $.,(nl0,- 000 to be expended for ruling stock, announced it few days ago, orders have been issued for 1 he expenditure of $X,Oli0,00U tor rolling stock for the lines west of I'ittshurg. ! NEW TODAY 1IOCSF. FOR KENT Cheap, 271 D at., near North Commercial street. Ap2t) FOU SAI.K White lioek cocks anil eggs. Phone 403-li. Apr22 HOME STUDY text bouks for sale; all sub.-eets. i D. Abbott, 211 Hubbard building. tt IV VOU wish jour -carpets steam or vacuum cleaned by reliable firm at. reduced prices phone 1154. May Hi WANTED A man with team to put in 20 acres of outs or barley on beaver da n land. Dr. Mott. tf COMPLETE stock of tested garden, 1 field and lawn seed. Westacott A i Thiclsen Co., 151 North High at. it WE will allow you the highest price fci your used furniture in exchange foi new. Calef Bros., homo furnishers. Phone fit'3. YOUNU man, aged 21, of good hnbits, wi.-hes work of semo kind in town. Address A. T. K., Journal. tf FOU SAI.K (.iooiI force pump and plumbing tools. 233 '.North Coinmer "iul. Apr22 200 ('OKI)H oi wood lor sale, 3i.j milei south of Salem, nn Slough road, route, 3, box 247, phono 7U-F-12. Ap20 FOB KENT l'p to date T rooui flat, close in. r?eo If. H. Fleming. Phono 121. Kcsidence phone H2. HOl'SKK KEPI Nil room for rent cheap, 271 D street, near .North Commercial , Apr21 OF WOMEN TODAY Portland, Or., April 20,-D,',.,..it,. t ithe A. O. 1. W. grand lodge have been The Letter, Silvcrton, Oregon, April 10, 1015 Inrriviinr fur On. Tifjwt tvrr, ,l,..-a i ll.Hir Hi.) ; - " ,- .... .in, (. i(i hi i, nil its session nt the .Multnomah Imtcl to-1 have just red an nid in the Silver day. There are about l lodges that:'11" Appeal of April ldlh, 1!U5 asking will be represented. At the snine time fr compositions. How to catch tlophers the Degree of Honor will hold its scs l,lnd Moles, and how to Preserve their sions. Tho grand lodge ot the A. O. I' 'Scalps. W. will be presided over by Judge P. H. I 1 hell give my Experience of 5 D'Arey, grnnd master workman, of Sn- years in catching' tloihcrs and Moles, lem. Margaret E. Herrin, grand chief I Those (lophers uud .Mole Traps is of honor, will preside over the meet- wry good. lint u quicker way is if ings of the Degree of Honor. ene one has time to take a Narow Judge P. H. D'Arey of Salem is not ISpado, with a long hiindel, Say a bout only n well known frnternulist and jur-!fiv f'et Long, have your Spade Mc ist, but is state muster workman of the doom Sharp So it can bo Prest in the order. Under his administration the A. ground quick. Take this on our should O. V. W. in this state hns tnken i CirU or nnd walk over vour Fcnlilu nr I'm. REPUND AUTHORIZED. Washington, April 20. The inter state commerce commission today au thorized the Western Pacific railroad to refund n Sua. Francisco and l.cn An geles switching charge of $2.5(1 collect ed between August 12, 1014, nnd April I, 1015. place in the matter of financial ity aad is ranked as 108 per cent sol vent by the insurance actuaries. That is to sny, it is able lo pay ull it trtves, or is liable for, and eight per cent more. Judge D'Arey is one of tho veteran A. O. U. V. workers in Oregon, and has stuck by the order through thick and thin. tuer whenr ever you find u fresh Pile of Dirt, dig in it with your Hand and' find the Hole and open it l'p, and walk a way and it in 20 millets the Oopher or Molo will have closed it a gen. I Dooring this time you could huve opend 5 or 6 holes, ' Now, goo bnck to the first Hole and ; opend it a gen with your hand earl'ulv i Mrs. Margaret E. Herrin, grand chief d Step Muck n buut 0 feet, Plasingl of the Degree of Honor, A. O. IT. W., your spade a bout 8 inches back from of Oregon, has been in charge of the I'1"1 hlll,'i Standing weary Will. The work in California for several months, jl'opher or Mole will in a few nilnetsj acting ns the representative of the sn' ''om 3 to 5 minets come forth with nrnmfl oLiof Tr..r twin,!..:. a!.... .l'nw,r.t .llr ,. fill ll... .,;.. .,F tl... I...I.. I ....... vu., ,, , uu.uiuimriiwve unili"'""' J1" "t"""K ""' ii.'i.- field work has beea successful whej I Know when you see the dirt comes ever s!;e hns been placed. She is a resi-1'0 the tup. Then bee quick like a cut dent of Portland, and has done much to "d I res your Spade down in the upbuild the Degree of Honor and plnee jg'ound tie hint him, this closes the hole it on a firm fiuaucinl and business foot- ihchint him nnd you can throw him out take a Stick a bout 2 inches thick and S inches Long, round it a liltel at belli Ends to fit the fir. Know you cuu slip one scalp on Each End, stretch them a littel and fnstcn them with carpet Tax and take a Pinch of salt iiml spied on them. A wicr stccpcl is handy to fas ten in the Scoter of those slicks, to hang them by on a mile so cats caul git them in u hie days they are dry uud can bee taken of nnd Packed in a box and others Put on. The best time to culch Oophers ami Moles is from 4 o clock in the morning till 0 o clock, and from 12 to 1 at noon from 5 till 7 in t.'ie Kavning. Those aro the wcark iug ouers for the Uophcrii nnd Males, and are Eascnst caught at those ouers. They lire often seen on the top of the ground at these ouers. Then a 22 liifel is handy for a biger boy. That can haiulcl them Safely. Yours Hcspcctfuly, P. S. i can send you a cupel Scalps for sampcl if you Dealer. I nine, a school lioy 17 years old. COLONEL ON THE STAND. Syracuse, N. Y., April 20. Colonel Theodore Itoosevelt, was unexpectedly 1 canon to me witness stand today by Attorneys for William Ha men whn ex. peeled to prove by the colonel 's own icsuiiiony mat ma charges against llaraes were inspired by malice, street. HAIUIAIN 7-rooui house and four lots in West Salem, oasy terms. Phono ApM IK YOU wish your carpels cleaned by reliable firm at reduced prices phone ' May HI WILL TUAUK registered Duioc Jersey boar pigs, IO.j months old, for sow's or gills. Phono Ilil-F-II. Ap20 FOU SALE Scveii-piiBsonger Wintoii Six, bargain, in best of condition. I l l Court street. Api.1 WANTED Young mnn who can keep hooks linn no stenographer work. Ad dress S, care of Journul, Apr. 20 ing, Mrs. FrnneoB Duel Olson, national head of the Degree of Honor, A. O. II. W., hns had over 14 years' experience with the executive department of the with your spade, and they are Ensley cot. Then i'as on from Hole to hole in the same manner, nnd you will soon have a bunch of them, one Hoy lit this Job GRAND : 24 Henry W. Kivae Offers Taw Ttil Tnaiirinii liamllc Iptclicli sister order of the A. O. It. W,, and has is better then too or more, as they most neon supreme inner ror the past seven bee quiet a round the Unlet years. Hetore that she was editor of the official orgna and in direct state work. She has Ueett visiting the grand lodges in California nnd Washington, and will 00 a guest of the grand lodge of Oregon nt the reception given in the next week, and from there will return Multnomah hotel parlors tonight. She directly to her home in SI, Paul, Minnc will visit the grand lodgo of Montana sotn. Know to Scalp them, I cut thenr fir a round thenr neck and 1'ooi it over Thenr lied, be car- full not to tar or cut the tir, 1 hen i 150 PEOPLE 150 Special Symphony Ortlu-slra Largest Musical anil Dramatic Organization Lrcr T tired ' Special Price Scale for Salem: Lowor rioor $1.50, Balcony $1.50 and $1.00. Mull Orders Pilled Now. Beat S.ilo Friday, April 23. Scene in "Every Woman," Grand Opera House, Saturday, April 24th. ,fc:v1l SpfS)rji(WjWW.I' ;il SH W ' W.y "f ' '-H-rW"n:5-?w--rr-SP.- ir-r-- kmmi mmm m : v ' i'.i'.'K',''' 7 ' (' V -if i . ,:. ... . .. .'.. . ji . '. .7 lw 4. . . V'.' . ' h : , ''L,. PVM- ... ..)( 1- V - f f 77'7.77 ,. Jfaqf;,.;3 a fflMv l ' .... - -.. .. ..... A. --v - ... ... , . . .. . .FOIl RENT-House, partly furnished, in uu rj. lounge. Inquire 733 Hello vuo street. Apr, 21 AFTEIi the show, Fred's Night Lunch. Ap24 cleaner. Phono HAI!IIY--Wiiidow 1S10-.I. WANTED- To get $700 on good prop erty security lor I or .1 years. Will pay 8 per cent. Address 'll. P., Jour. Apr2l 5 FASMKMiEH OVERLAND touring car in first class condition for snlit chenp if fnken at once, phone 1S0O. Apr. 21! TO TItA)i:-$.ir5 equity in throe hits near faiigrouinls. Will Undo for good team iiml harness. Address H. U. Smith, 1,105 Highland av., Sn I''"'. ' Apr23 SEED P( ITATOE8 American wonder and lliirliauk seed potatoes for sale. Mangua ilios., 510 Stulo St. phono Ap2l DA lid A IN-From owner, 5 big bits, home and barn, hearing fruit treea and berries; block to car line. Ad dress 1720 North Summer st. My20 FOR KENT-Seven room house. SU. lots, with lots of fruit, price $10 per month, at 057 High street. Inquire, l.'I IO Ferry street, Apr. 2iJ Edit SALE lly owner, 15 acres find I"'", i en ami clear, rock road, ll.iigiiiu if taken Phono 124. Ilesidenco phono 02. S'OH KENT Miileni six rooni dwelling an i garage on paved street, ouo block from Marion Siiunre. Ivan (I. Martin, .Masonic temple. Phone. 410. Apr20 WANT TO lll'Y-From owner, modern iionie or rimming lot, eloso in, or semi business property, Must be ciish bargain, (live locution and price. Ai poni'd mi sullies, Jnllation not eon solorcd. Address, Cash, Capital Journal, j ,r on ll.!i(!.INS- II use uud 3 ii,H, f,iiii; ho. ise, I, ma nihl J ,,t, .j7uii; huux' nod 3 hit-, ifCn, niv terms; one. bore, iicv Mil, hell nn( .t - i in-Ii : Til rol'li oak Hon. I rl p; 2 gnoil ho i 'os and 4 lols tn hade on farm, will ns iiinc if-noii; fftrMls n,. .ruining city lntiili l',,r rent, JuciiLm "., L'"7 lliiblinid llldg. TO FLOAT LINKS. s'.'i)ile, Wash., April I'll. Word bus been ne ived by M. J, Costclln, nisist ant iinllic manager of Ihnllrcat Nii'lb ern ,11. lnad, that a contract for lluul iiii i he groiin.,., I, nor M iniicotu has been lit for liii,i'il) to the Japan Vny Salvage loiupauy, with Hie iindei slaiining the wink iiiit be coinplolcd in 15 dns. is now said tho ves "id's hull ,.,ii piim-iurcd by a roeli, but that some ei ,o ,,tos buckleii when she ran ugrimid in the Inhiiid sen of Japan. j - ' '' ' ' ' - - ' , in- . ;; ., i . . n i J I n.7 ; " ' i 1 1 ' i i ,i "' ' ,i ' ' ,.i,;t', ", ,'i lUSiiijmmiiMjKmtti 7 vl i"trr W , i .n .ig. brings hit colossal 'day, April 24. This novel play his sam ) splendid production which was of- abridgement. The company is an enor- phony orchentra. This is the only " Ev-; the famous rn'i ality play. H represent ji"" ft the ,ra,.ti0 ,,,ectacle, I proven to be the sensation of the en- fered in New York for nearly two years niou. one, containing over 150 people. "y,man" company touring America an actual expenditure f over $.10,000 f"TJi.'. , , 1 ,1.Pt " , .. .. ... ., "'' """"'""t by Mr. Savage tho dollvs. Tho company moves rrnm point ' ,0 the Orand, Katur ' tire country for nearly four years. The is to bo shown here without any: It h accompanied by special synv best production he bus ever mndo ot lo a)it by means of spcelul train. A Few Real Bargains Will sell at n real sacrifice if sold in the next 10 days. 20 acres nearly' nil cleared in the heart of tho grout prune belt, near Kn'odiile, p, i,-e :fs0 ,rr acre; look this up. BUNOALOW. Modern 5 room bungalow, near State street, only J00 down, balance lilcn rent. Price $1250, worth $'.'i"t. Choice Iota $200 and up; terms. Houses For Rent. Money To Loan. We Write rire Insurance. We oan Trade Your Property. L. BECHTEL & CO. 347 State street, Phoue 453