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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOMtNAL, SALEM. OREGON. TUESDAY, DEC. 19, 1916.
FIVE - NEW TODAY - CLISSIFIED ADVERTISING BATES Kilo per woru new rouay: Each insertion, ier word lc Use wee ( insertions) per wora....oe i Ose month 26 insertions) per word 17c ; The Capital Journal will not be re- sponsible lor no re man one insertion for errors in Classified Advertisements. Head -our advertisement the first day it appears and notify ui immediately. Minimum charge, 15c. FOR RENT SIGNS Kor sale ital Journal office. Cap tf JONES NURSERY State and 24th. jan7 FOR SALE Nice Phone 2303J1. apples, delivered. dec21 FOR SALE Fresh Jersey lieiier calf. lhone 825. cow and dec 19 FOR HAI.E Hay nnd straw Hubbard farm, Garden road. baled, dec 19 HOUSE FOR RENT 385 Belview St. jan2 j FOR SALE i N. 20th St. heifer calves. Call 315 dec22 CHOICF Goat meat for sale cheap at 1830 Ferry street. tf OLD FIR Wood for sale, delivered in town. Phone 692 E. A. Way. tf GET PRICES On farm sale bills at The Journal office. GET YOUR Tresspass notices, new supply of cloth ones at Capital Jour nal, tf TRESPASS Notices for sale at Jour nal office. ' tf FOR SALE Baled grain hay and vetch hay. George Swegle. tf OLD FIB 2nd growth, oak, ash, maple and vine maple wood for sale. W. F. Proctor, phone 1322J. janl WANTED To buy a second hand stump puller. 1005 N. 17th St. Phone 4187 W. dec20 FOR SALE Or trade, cheap, good gen tle driving horse, buggy and cart. 9U0 S. 14th St. dec20 WANTED Men to load wood on Spaulding log boa'. Phone 092 be tween 6:30 to 7:30 evening. of AN XMAS BARGAIN Victrola with 5 records for $9.00. Call at 152 S. Church Apt. U. dcc20 OLD FIR Wood for sale, dry or green. $5.00 per cord. E. D. Johnston Phone 334. dec25 WANTED Fresh cow, good milker; shot gun, good condition. Write V. Ralph DuKette, Gervais, Ore. WHITE 'Leghorn and White Plymouth Rock pullets for sale. Phone 2030W. dec20 FOR SALE 5 room bungalow, make roe an offer, am leaving the city. S care Journal. dec!9 FOR RENT Nicely furnished house keeping rooms, reasonable, 855 N. Commercial St. dec21 WANTED Potatoes at once, will pay highest market price for choice stock Write W. P. care Journal. dec 19 Falls City News Items Capital Journal Special Service.) Falls City, Or., Dec. 19. The Wil lamette Valley Lumber Co. plans to graze 1000 head of beef cattle next year on about 1000 acres of logged off land near macK hock, adoui iuu neau ! hava already been purchased. i A meeting or the Good noads iiur ; -of this city is scheduled for Thursday, I BegM IMS EVCning December 21st, the meeting will be held in the city hall. The Christmas observances of the While working on the Mill Planer1 Congregational church will begin this last Monday, Chas. Hopkins was in- j ev6ning when two classes of the Sun jnrcd, a broken belt struck him on the; dav sch00i f 10id a Christmas social forehead and right eye, making a pain-! at'the parsonage. The Sunday school ful injury. will celebrate Friday evening when Mr. and Mrs. Walter JNicKols will leave Falls City some time this weeK after a residence of 10 years. Their future plans are indefinite. Rev. B. C. Dewey, an evangelist of the Free Methodist church; has been conducting revival services for the past week in the church at this place. Much interest is shown anrl the mect iga will continue for some time longer. The city election passes off very quietly. Few changes were made. Albert Teal is now mayor and J. J. Sanimoiis iiarshal. Pat Murphy, one of the guards at the penitentiary, was visiting in ims durine tin week, he was formerly marshal here. J. S. Mover has been very sick at Ms home for the past two weeks. At the annual convention w mo Salem District, Epwo.-th League, held in Oregon City and attended by more -than 100 delgeates, James C. Irwin of Falls City, was chosen as president and Miss Ella Mehrlin of Falls City was chosen as secretary for the ensu-. ing year. The convention lasted three days and a large amount of effective work was accomplished at the several sessions. Agent Powers has received word front the S. P. company that the depot OoroNA Tho personal writing machine Price $50 Place your order now for Christ mas delivery. Call or write to C. M. LOCKWOOD 216 N. Com'l St. - Salem Or. s mi 4.4 iXR RENT Good firm, 150 seres. Ad- drees owner, UN South Twelfth, tf HAKRV Window cleaner. I'bone 70S QQAT MEAT jnnl : , First class onlv, at U. K Grocery store 12th & State. janl4 FURNISHED Apartments, also barn suitable for garage. 491 N. Cottage. DRY t ft. slab wood for sale. Call i Richardson Grocery. 1'lione 494. dc22 j T. , , ,. , .! i.; ' -it Biauuu. ' 1 LOST December 10, Knights of Py SECOND GROWTH Fir and mixed wood for sale. E. P. Nelson. Phone 1357. dec22 FOR SALE Cheap, or will trade, 27 i lots in Terrebourne, Ore. Letters ans- j wered. J. B. Silk, Salem; Or. decl9i FOR SALE This week, hind quarter J or young ueri, irum it, umnri -: ed. Peoples Mkt. Phone 994. decUi CHRISTMAS BARGAIN Complete sot of Harvard Classics, 50 volumes, cheap at $30, discount for cash: See copies at Patton's Book Store, dcclfl LOST Packages on river road about 5 milCB from Salem, finder please no tify L. Townseiid, Gcrvais, Rt. 2. Phone 6F3. dec20 WANTED For cash, stocks of goods, any kind," from $1000.00 to $25,000. 00'. See Col. A. J. Baldwin, Saiein, Or. dec22 FOR BENT A suite of housekeeping rooms, well furnished at 306 N. Lib erty. Inquire at residence. Phone 1040J. ef CALENDAR For 1917 Large figures for practical use. ("all or phone Hom er, H. Smith, the insurance man. Me Cornack building. Phone 96. tf WANTED 5 or 6 men and teams to take a contract of loading and un loading 400 or 500 cords of wood onto a boat. Must ho done at once. Phone 692. E. A. Way, tf MONEY LOANED On furniture, hors es, vehicles, merchandise, etc. Trans actions private. Possession retained. Union Loan Agency, SlTSouth High St. jenlO MONEY TO LOAN On second hand jewelry, men's clothing, musical in struments, tools, guns, bicyeles etc. Also bought, sold and traded. Capital Exchange, 337 Court St. Phone 493. janl9 FOR RENT Jan. 1st, 7 room house on south 16th, near State, bath, light and water, 2 large lots all kinds of fruit. Also household furniture. Phone 2021 or call at 257 S. 15th. dccl9 INVESTORS OPPORTUNITY Acre age with modem improvements, .New ton county, Kansas, for acreage near Salem, or farm in the valley. 10 acres 6 year old prunes, $2000. 5 acres, good buildings, good land, it' taken soon, $1800. Tho improvements are worth the price asked for all. 392 acres, $30 per acre, exchange for farm near Salem, Sherwood, Mt. An gel, Corvallis or Albany. 50 acres, 15 acres cleared, 40 tillable, balance tim ber pasture fair improvements, all fenced; special bargin, $1700 if taken soon. Wood & Socolofsky, Room 8, Bayue bldg. Salem, Or. dec23 i here is to be enlarged. It is not known just when the work will begin. The ''Family Affair" is the name of a play which wi'l be staged here by j high school students in the near fu- ! ture. C. F. Vich of Salem attended a meet ling of the bank director? last week. LhllStiMS UDSClfVanCe ft mm si everv mPmher of the school will be in vjte,i to eniov a chicken pie supper B:la o clock. The supper and evening's ii i , i ; i j Jul, , u i tun 'J'' ... ''"ui g ' via uiL young women's Bible class of which Miss Agnes Bayne is chairman of the general committee. After the supper, there will be a pro gram of music in the auditorium of the church by the members of the pri- mary class to be followed by moving pictures of "Golden ixicks and the Three Bears." The festivities of the season will close Sunday with exercises I at thc cnui.ch. and the singing of a , Qbristas cantata, closing with i lie snow ing of it Christmas film. - i I '.OtrUCK DV AU10 0. S. Lampkin Badly Hurt H. E. Morton, driving Ford ma- chine, this morning just after turning, into State street from High street, ranj; against O. S. Lampkin, who lives at!.. 1468 Xorth Fourth street, probably! seriouslv iniurinc him. The accident " happened about 100 yards east of the; intersection ui ciate aim Lampkin was at work on thc 9treet i I -...L- nnA was tonned over so that. as Mr. Morton savs, it was practically1; impossible to see him from the driv-! er's seat. Lampkin was Jtruck be- tween thc shoulders, and t& machine; rolled him over, ffis face was severe , ly lacerated by the pavement. How-;tw a t(,n a(,hi , sornesl ever he was able to get up and walk , a? th(? Jgj dr.C8 to the machine, and Morton took himjan( ,jftg rft Qnt witnout pain to a doctor. . He savs freezone is an ether com- ' CAN'T MOVE THE SFTJD3 Portland, Ore., Dec. 19. Two tnc.u-j surrounding tissue or skin. A quarter sand carloads of potatoes are lying in:0f an ounce of freezone will cost very the Willamette valley today, with no little at any drug store, but is.suffi freight cars to haul them. to the consum- ejent to icmovc every hard or soft ers. About 1,000 carloads have been I corn or callus from one's feet. Millions shipped. Thj.Beason 's crop is unusual-of American women will welcome thh )y large, but the car famine is seriously announcement since thc inauguration hindering. of thc high heels. E BURNED IASI NIGHT They Awoke to Find House in Flames Escaped in Their Night Clothes Clad only in their nighties, early this morning about 1 o'clock, Mr. and Mrs. ,jm willson narrowly escaped being burned to death when their house ! burned to the ground. The scene of j tho fire was on the river road about lfollr milM ll0r"1 of ty. The house, which was a two-story structure, was totally destroyed, and it is be- ' licved there is no insurance. An over- heated flue is given as the cause of the fire. Mr. and Mrs. Willson were awakened to find their home a mass of flames Thev were able to gather onlv a few garments ana get out or the house be- f0re it mi too late. Neighbors, at traded by the fire, arrived shortly and gave assistance in saving other build ings located in the vicinity. Through the kindness of Mrs. Frank Hint the homeless couple was givpn shelter for the night. Mrs. Willson was expecting her daughter, Mrs. Stanley Morgan, for the holidays. Two Killed. Many Hurt in Mine Explosion Vincennes, Ind., Dec. 19. Two men were killed and a dozen others severely burned in an explosion which wrecked the Oliphant-Johnson coal mine seven miles north of this city, late this after noon. Three hundred men were in the mine nt the time of the explosion. A call was sent to the Vincennes fire depart ment for aid, bringing first word of the explosion. Tho blast was caused by gas igniting, it was stated. At that time, 265 men were still in the mine and were in great danger. Court House News The complaint in the case of Sterrett and Oberle Packing company and J. J. Blum was ordered dismissed today be cause the court was satisfied the mat ter had been fully satisfied and adjust ed between the parties. Motion for voluntary non-suit in the case of G. 0, Eeksman against J. H. Klecker, et al, was filed by the attor ney for the plaintiff today. D. G. Drager, treasurer of Marion county, filed a demurrer in the suit brought by Thomas B. Kay, state treas urer, to compel the county treasurer to turn over a certain sum as part of an inheritance. The demurrer states that the court has no jurisdiction ocer the defendant, that it has no jurisdiction over the subject, that the plaintiff has no legal capacity to sue, and that thi complaint does not state facts sufficient to constitute a cause of action. The demurrer was filed by District Attorney Ringo. Judgment on a promissory note for the sum of $237.37 was awarded in the case of C M. Miller against L. Enners The note was given at Aumsville, Octo ber 27, 1915. ine estute or Carroll K. Cuniniings was filed for probate today and shows the deceased left $1,000 personal Droo- . lu r' s ?re uma- "''duw.'iis to be rustic in design have been sub Arthur, Eva and Leland Cuniniings State House News The Bend Abstract company filed ar ticles of Incorporation with the corpo ration commissioner today. The incor porators are A. A. Hall, D. E. Fletcher and C. W. Harrick, all of Salem, The obieet of the business is to examine real estate titles and look out abstracts (Tho place of business is Bend, Oregon, lhe latest concern to rue articles is the Far West Manufacturing company of Albany with a capitalization of $10, 000. The object of the business is to deal in real estate. The incorporators are A. C. Butcher, D. C. White and Dan Johnson. The Lambert-Huntress Realty com pany filed articles with I capital of 2,0)0. The place of business is Port land and the object is to deal in real estate. The incorporators are Fred Huntress, F. W. Lambert and Pearl Lambert. Laugh When People Step On Your Feet i j I Try this yourself then it along to others. It works! pass ,9,uh.! ' !. 1 ' Thls, kl,ld of r0UKh talk wi 11 be heard, less here in town lf Pp. troubled with corns will follow fc t, ''" I pound which dries immediately and inever infames or even irr,tates the Evangelist Coming to First Methodist Bfl Evangelist Frank Mathis, of Colorado, ! who will d nere uecernoer u. Unusual significance attaches itself to the coming of the Mathis Evangelis tic party to Salem for a series of evan gelistic services at the Firstlttethodist church beginning Sunday, December 31- Rev. Frank Mathis, the moving force of this company of gospel workers, has been active in evangelistic work for a period of 12 years and has met with great success in his chosen field of work. During the past year he has con ducted more than NO meetings in pastor ates of the Oregon conference alone and reports from the communities thrilled by his message are very encouraging. Rev. Mathis is an ordained minister of the Northwest Iowa Methodist confer ence where he served numerous charges with splendid results before entering the revival extension work of the church. Testimonials of the highest are forth coming from the southern part of the state where he has been working during the pant few months. In Ashland where he labored for five successive weeks the pastor said, "He is a strong preach er of righteousnes". He is a manly man who appeads to men. The sweetness of his spirit wins the way to the hearts of the people." Associated with Rev. Mathis are Mr and Mrs. Bernard Vasscy, a couple who are "a ewel ol the first water." Mr Vassey is regarded as n strong organ izer and director of evangelistic chorus es. Immediately on his arrival he ex pects to organize a chorus of 125 voices t" assist in the spiritual campaign. Only music that will appeal to the most re fined tastes will be used. Mrs Vassey is a pianist of unusual brilliancy and promises to inspire the audiences which are expected to greet Rev. Mathis, the man and his message. Dr. R. N. Avisou, pastor of the Sa lem church, is sparing no effort to make the meetings a potent force for the betterment of Salem. Under his di rection live committees are now at work so that the initial appearance of the evangelistic party on December 31 will be ushered in under the most auspicious cii?umbtauce. Meeting Called for Illahee Golf Club A meeting has been called for to morrow evening at the Commercial club of the members of the Tllahee golf club, to consider the organization of the club with a larger membership and also a general discussion of the plans and building of the proposed club house. The meeting has been called by Asahel Bush, president of the club. Two plans for the club house, which mitted by architect (leorge M, Post. 14oth plans include a large lounging or dance room, with a kitchen, lockers for members, a large veranda and all the conveniences of a modern club house. The cost is estimated at $3,700. Since there has been an assurance, that the club house will be built this summer, there has been much more In terest in the club and in golf playing. Already $4,(ln0 is assured, and with this amount in sight, the directors feel it about tiem to take definite action. After a discussion of the plans and sug gestions by the member! tomorrow cvyyiing, it is protmtiie mat tne eree tionof the club house will begin at .North HoweB Farmer Accused of Heinous Crime Released Without Trial Adam Ilintz, who was arrested charejed with a statutory crime, was given his freedom today after spending two days in the county jail. Today the doors of thc prison were thrown open and Mr. Ilintz was told to go. He is a farmer from Xorth Howell Prairie, is the father of six children, but very little versed in the ways of the American law, as he is a Russian. What Mr. Hintz would like to know about the American ways, is why a man can be thrown into jail, charged with a heinous erime, the fact published all over the country, and after spend ing two days in jail and told to get out, what recourse Jiae he for this kind of treatment. There has been no triol and no vindication for Mr. Hintz. His name has been blackened and lie is just wondering today whether any man can be thrown in jail on a serious charge, and then told to get out with out even a chance of clearing himself of the charges. This is thc position he takes. Thc district attorney ordered his release. NOTICE Notice is hereby given that George V. Taylor has completed Ins contract for road work in road districts Nos. 33 and 34 and that the county road master has filed his certificate of com pletion for the same. Any person, firm or corporation having objections to file to the completion of said work, may do so on or before thc 30th day fo Decem ber, 1910, at twelve o'clock noon, in the office of the county clerk. Max Geblhar, County Clerk. dec 1219 2 COMMITTEE TO VISIT THE MANUFACTURES Will Try to Get Tkm Inter ested In Working Up Oregon Flax To interest a group of eastern manu facturers in Oregon's new industry . , , , that of raising flax, a committee will "' J ""' be sent east at an early date with aam- pic of the Oregon product. This was decided on yesterday in Portland at a meeting held by representatives of the Portland Chamber of Commerce, Eu gene Chamber of Commerce and thedrfr- 1 ss'd, 'Myrtle, what have you Salem Commercial club. The commit- Idoncf' tee named will include H. B. Miller.' director of the school of commerce of I I the University of Oregon; George Ouayle of the Eugene chamber of ' " -"" iw..., N tne industrial department ot tne Salem Commercial club. This is the first step taken by com mercial bodies of Oregon for a state wide development of the industry and at the same time to bring this industry before the largo manufacturers of the east who are anxious to buy the raw material on account of none being re ceived from Belgium or Russia. The meeting yesterday also urged the Oregon Agricultural College to make a complete survey of the industry in the state. WSI5SS8BS Gall Stones, Cancer and Ulcers of the Stomach nnd Intestines, Auto Intoxica tion, Yellow Jaundice, Appendicitis and other fatal ailments result from Stom ach Trouble. Thousands of Stomach Sufferers owe their complete recovery to Mayr's Wonderful Remedy. Cn like any other for Stomach Ailments. For sale by J. C. Perry and druggists everywhere. : PERSONALS : C. M. Randall left this morning for Tacoma. M. S. Lamport went to Portland this morning. Gale W. Church, of Eolu, was a Sa lem visitor yesterday. Steve Woodruff was in the city Mon day from Scotts Mills. I P. E. Fullerton is in Portland, reg istered at the Benson hotel. Clark E. Corey of Macleny, was trans acting business in the city yesterday. C. Dcstal, of Cottage Grove, was reg istered yesterday at the Capital hotel. 11 H. King, ot Salem, was register ed yesterday at the Multnomah hotel, Portland. T. E. Waldorf returned this morning to his home at Sheridan after a short visit with his friends in the city. Mrs. Minnie A. Cox, of Portland, who has been visiting friends in the city, returned to her home this afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chapman, from Saskatchewan, Canada, who havo been visiting a the home of Mr. Chapniun's sister, Mrs. B. P, Solonian, left this morning for the Bait. s L I'iiiadelphin, Dec. 19. Tf negotiations E tho American-Mexican commission FOR CRACKED and CHAPPED HANDS Dennis Eucalyptus Ointment AT ALL DRUG STORES TUBES 26C JARS 50C eOV r "TWIN HKDS ' ' AT TIIF: GRAND TOMORROW Salem is not likely to cease laughing the play. "Twin Beds" is just aboutest some little time before the finish for a long time over "Twin Beds " the funniest play that ever was written, of the comedy, but they endure till which comes to the Grand tomorrow nigni ior us ursi local preseniaiinii. miller the "direction of' A. H. Htern and comr.anv. "Twin Beds" for one solid year had New Yorkers in a whirlwind of merriment and now Londoners am simply laughing their heads off over MURDER (Continued from page two.) about noon. At twenty minutes after 12 o'clock, Tom ("umniings came to the door and I went to the bath room. Myrtle let him in the room. I heard a scuffle, then heard one shot, and then , h, :.!,! MmI,- hrenth tim.I Th.'n th.-.' Iwas another scuffle. Then Mvrtle lilt T ' TU , .W4. I v ivu. i in ii inu mult- niuis f.i ic ' fire(i in lick mtMMia, Then some! fired m quick succession. Thei one fell. Then 1 was afraid tc 'the room but 1 opened the doo o enter door care- i fully and looked in. Mvrtle was crving with a rcvolvrr in her hand, the one 1 had seen on the ".vic sam, 'My God, I have kill-, ed Tom.' 1 then stooped down and shook Totn and asked him if he could talk, but there was no reply. .Mvrtle w.i trving all the time to get the trigger of the gun to work. Mvrtle said, '1 am trving to kill mv self." "I said, 'Myrtle, for God's sake, don't try to kill yourself.' She said, 'I must, I must kill myself.' "I then asked Myrtle 'what did yon kill Tom fort' and she said, 'He did not trnt me right.' "1 then asked Mvrtle what I should do and she said for me to stay with her, saying it over several times. "Mvrtle then picked up the revolver but could not get the trigger to work I put on iiiy the people ir coat to go out and call the office. I went and unlocked the doound rang for tho ele vator. I went down to tho office and ret imed with a gentleman from the of fice. He tried to get in room 230 but found the door locked. "The MtkttefUUI anil 1 then went to room 26 and called the police. Wo called several doctors. The man from the office asked me to s.ay. Then po-, licenian DeLong came. They tried to open the door into Myrtle's room while waiting for the chief of police. "I then heard another shot from room 230 and that must have been the one wnen Aivrtie snoc nersen. my rue ta rr 1 :--J II nan loiu me. 10m whs ner irreuu. Myrtle White 's mother lives in Port land at Lambert House, 22 'j Union avenue. She was in Salem Monday and in conversation with Miss Kightlinger, said Tom was her friend. This afternoon, and immediately fol- lowing the shooting, Miss Kightlinger wns in Shank. the custody of Police Matron Thomas W. Cuniniings had been em ployed at the Marion for about a year, serving as bell boy for nine months. On account of his general popularity with tho commercial men and his inter est in his work, three months ago he w$s promoted to the position of night clerk. He came here from the Osborne hotel at Eugene. do not come to an end today, the out look here is for extended meotings and adjournment over the holidays, with a possible change of headquurlcis to New York. The joint Communion entered its cecond day of business here today. Following the official announcement last night of Carranza's refusal to sign the protocol, the American commission' eri took UP the objections pointed out by I'nni. Discussion of the same topic was coutinred at today's early meet in ir. A rockiibbed attitude has been ffdopl- J ed by the Mexican commission and1 then mm little probability that the! Philadelphia meeting! will come to nn 1 end before V idav. To Fix Wheat Price. London, Dec. 19. Announcement of the new board of agriculture's intention to guarantee a fixed price for wheat, was made in the house of Commons this afternoon. Market Fluctuates and Closes Lower New York, Evening smi Dee. 19. The New York financial review today said: The declaration George in his first ner i to Llovd pg i I 'm ... , , f;r u ... ,i n which nt first i. suid tn'be sno 1 rndie nnd intermit tent. nrows and trows till no one attempts to hold out i against it and the theatre is said to ; afterwards that you were a fool, t fairly quake over "Twin Kcd. " The; is joyously ridiculous. Heats are i convulsions arc said to be at their loud ing fast. For ttrUtau Rip; juicy, Sunk! at Oranges. Buy bos toiatt allweek. Serve them every day. Phone your dealer now Sunkist Uniformly Good Oranges CaJifarDit Fruit GrowmExcBuee LAM Woodmen Won Two of Three From B. P. 0. E, The Woodmen of the World won two games out of three from the B. P. O. E. in the city league bowling league ci n test rolled last night. Pierce of the Woodmen, rolled high score with 21li points and L. Donaldson, also of the Woodmen, rolled high average with l!'!l points. The game tonight is between the Oregon theatre and the Watt Shlpris, The scores of Inst night's contest fol lows: B P. O. E. (1) (2) (3) To. Av. 151 154 154 4H2 JM 154 154 154 402 154 llift 187 181 537 170 170 1K4 nil 518 17U 178 182 148 508 Bill 825 8rtl 708 2484 828 w. o. w. (1) (2) (3) To. Av. 211 18a 203 590 199 170 148 199 517 1"2 14rt Itirt 133 445 k8 181 147 204 542 181 210 212 140 574 191 934 855 885 2074 891 Absentee . Absentee . Lewis . ,. Ralph . .. Husscy . . Totals Donaldson t iovj ...vjf.i E. Donaldson Wilson Totals 'mcnt, as head of the government, to day, that Great Britain cannot consid er negotiations with Germany and ber allies until reparation has been made tor the past, was taken to mean that tne entente will adhere to the princi ples for which it is fighting until Ger many can place herself in a position to meet the demands incident thereto. This bodes little good for the cause of peace in tho near future and Wall Street at once so interpreted it. Tho stock market stiffened, foreign loan issues displayed a tendency to euse off, nud foreign erchange was lower all along thc line practically. These manifestations were all quilo the thing under the circumstances. But as Lloyd-George docs not altogeth er close the door to peace discussion be tween the belligerents, the hear element did not lose hope entirely and after :i brief upward movement in the mid af ternoon period prices showed an unset tled tendency, which soon developed in to a reactionary movement. The market moved uncertainly in the late trading and ut times with consid erable violence. Tinted States Steel sn;il us low as 109 58. Losses on the high lei els of the day rnnged from to i points the Industrial Catarrh Cannot Be Cured wlth'LOCAL APPLICATIONSas they cannot reach the seat of the disease. Ca tarrh Is a blood or constitutional disease, and In order to cure It you must take In ternal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally, and acts directly upon the blood and mucous surface. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is not a quack medicine. It was prescribed by one of the best phy sicians In this country for years and Is a regular prescription. It is composed of the best tonics known, combined with tho best blood purifiers, actmg directly on the mucous surfaces. The perfect combina tion of the two Ingredients Is what pro duces such wonderful results In curing rntnrrb.AScnd for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggiltl, prlcp 75c. ' Take Hall s Family rim for constipation. - 1 corned v. Is there need to say much more about it.' "Twin Beds" is a play that you will enjoy without feelinir ell- Tt