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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. FRIDAY, DEC. 22. 1916.
SEVEN - MMMM HUNHU if iiimitlitt i Hi ii mm nni i a no iUUUUUiUiluUil i HtHitiiiunn;;;;; I HUuANO UULLAKo tlMUi fTTTTTT HI I an ttttttt II it ill tttt tt Christmas Special FOR SATURDAY ONLY 30x30 BURROUGHS FOLDING CARD TABLE Regular $3.50 Value SPECIAL $ 2 2 5 tttttt mm I TTTTTT 44 nil tUUiHI HUB flBBHHHBBPBBBHH HHKflH t t Vtt tVt t VtVtVtt VtVt ' ' '' 1 1 1 tVt t t-t-llXt-i lIXlXtlXII44II-t M tl ttttt tt Htt tit t tit Fratternal Indoor Carnival Opened to Packed House at Armory Last Night Although not completed, the frnter.n I The dance area will be more than doubl-l their pond furnished amusement for led. A new feature will be inaugurated ' many. The '40 bar and gambling hall land many dolls and suitable Christmas ' was another point of interest, where 'presents will be auctioned off to the 1 manv were entertained by the antics highest bidder. and serpentine. There will be confetti There will be clackers of the "professional gamblers playing ' and noise makers. There will be many I ....... ,t'.. tiw. al indoor carnival opened last night at j throngs the armory to a packed house. Delay I The dancing will not start until nine in receiving shipments ami the uneoni-! 0 'clock. The free turkey will be given plcted condition tended to diunpen the awav at eleven o'clock. The doors will enthusiasm of the crowds and it wast'epen at eight o 'clock, well (after nine o'clock before titlntrs 01' nil the various frames, the duck . for worthless stakes, while logan berry juice and soda pop flower over the bar in "a never ending stream. There will be more ducks and more geese tonight. There will be excite ment and life. There will be lots of fun. warmed up. Tonight wil see a complete change Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S IAS T.QR i A and goose games received the heaviest patronage last night. Many folks left the armory with geese that cost them only thirty or forty cents, while many people carried home ducks for only a; dime. The throngs of merry folks who! were attempting to ring tfett ducks in Oar axles cost three as tliev did before the times as war. much Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S CASTOR IA M)Ut Buy Now Pay Later A Few HOLIDAY SUGGESTIONS From HAMILTON'S Large Line of HOME FURNISHINGS Your Credit Is Good Child's Rockers Ladies' Desks Davennorts Seeley Mattress Doll Carts Dressing Tables Couches Library Tables Velocipedes Bedroom Rockers Bedroom FrunitVe Dining Chairs Dining Tables High Chairs Arm Rockers RugS Doll Furniture Morris Chairs Couch Covers Buffets Music Cabinet Wicker Chairs Electric Lamps Carving Sets Chiffoniers Framed Pictures Carpet Sweepers Electric Irons Wardrobe Trunks Oxford Bags China Dishes Dressers Suit Cases Traveling Bags Percolators Brass Bedsteads Magazme Racks Jardinier Stands Foot Stool Iron Bedsteads Ironing Boards Kitchen Cabinets Silverware Oil Lamps Heating Stoves Ranges Cedar Chests Andirons Fancy, Baskets Alcazar Ranges Oil Heaters Fire Sets Lillv ggfc Office Desks Office Chairs Bed Spreads Bahv Carriages Child's Cribs Umbrella Racks Breakfast Tables Card Tables Jardiniers Toilet Sets Glassware This Is Total Amount of Money Paid Out by Salem Fruit Union The sum of $400,000 has been rbV tributed thin year to the stockholders of the Salem Fruit Union and there is more yet to be collected and distrib j uted. This is almost doubling the busi MM of any former year of the Union, according to manager Robert ('. Paulus. And that the stockholders in the Union may have plenty of ready money ! for Christmas, Mr. Paulus is today , mailing cheeks for about $50,000 to the 180 loganberry growers, members of! the union. These checks are in amounts from $2.50 to $2,500 and there are several growers receiving the larg er figure. These checks are the second install ment for the 1916 berries, the first having been paid at the time of deliv ery. In addition to the loganberries, about $100,000 worth of other dried fruits have been handled bv the union. Practically three crops of logan berries have been sold this year and the returns of the three years' crops will soon be announced. Cheeks for $99,000 were sent out to stock holders in October and for November, $33,000. The December figure will be close to $100,000. The union is not yet ready to close up the prune p'ol, but Manager Paulus says it will probably be settled within a short time. During October, in order to take care of all orders being received, the crop of Dr. L. D. Sea rbrough of Cresswvll, amounting to (50,000 pounds of prunes, was taken over by theunion ana tnese were packed by men trom the local plant. With the crop of Dr. Scarbrough, and with its own pool and what it has bought, the union will .have packed 3,750,000 pounds dujrwig the year 1910. Secretary of State, Enjoined by County a Because Baker county alleged it was losing at least $10,000 as its portion of the funds paid to. the, state from the government as part of the $77,000 for est reserve fund that has been accru ing with the state treasurer since 1907, and in order that the rnstrir&tion or this fund may be made without conflict between the state and federal law, .fudge Calloway this afternoon grant ed a temporary injunction to Baker county against Hen bleott, secretary of state, and Thomas B, Kjjfy, state treas urer, restraining them from .paying any money out of this fund. This action was takeajjso that the matter can be brought fit before the legislature and a law psssed for tho proper distribution of the fund. Baker county was represented by Wm. II. Packwood, Jr., and C. T. Goodwin, dis trict attornev for Baker county, and the defendants by Attorney General Brown. Pishes Hunts For the Man Who Rod Reel Fly Book Basket Coat Boots Knife Gun Gun Case Compass Ax Balls Bag Clubs Score Book Spot Light Mackinaw Drives an Auto Lined Gloves Robe Icy Hot Bottles STORE OPEN FRIDAY AND SATURDAY EVENINGS For the Boys Golfs Not. 326. 3Cnd2l Sundries Slickers Purees Safety Razors Shaving Brushes Sweaters Bicycle Velocipede Roller Skates Knife Watch Football Tennis Racket Water Pistols Cap Pistols Jerseys Bicycle Lamps Electric Carbide Air Gun Rifle Flashlight Marbles Baseball 3 GUnownu ATinuni i iUN 126 SOUTH COMMERCIAL B9BD WANTS HORIZONTAL DUTY Washington, Dee, 18. A. joint reso lution proposing a special horizontal ad valorem tariff of 10 per cent on all im portsexcept salt, including . those al ready taxed and those on the free list will be introduced by Representative Garner, Texas, democrat, immediately after the holidays, he announced to-dav. PORTLAND MARKET TIH? HADKTTC The following prices for fruits and vegetables are those asked by the wholesaler of the retailer, and not what is paid to the producer. All other prices are those paid the producer. Corrections are made daily. Portland, Ore,, Dec. 22 Wheat: Club, $1.34. Red Russian, $1.34. Bluestem, $1.39. Fortyfold, $1.36. Oats: No. 1 white feed, $35. Barley: Feed, $37. Hogs: Best live, $9.70(cI9.75. Prime steers, $7-75, Fancy cows, $6.50. Calves, $7. Spring lambs, $10. Butter: City creamery, 38c. Eggs: Selected local ex., 38c. Hens, 15 l-2e. Broilers, 16c. (iecse, lie. A. M. GTougli 'morticians and funeral directors. Latest modern methods known to the profession employed. 499 Court St. Main 120, Main &8K8. RIODON -BICHARDSO N CO. Funeral directors and undertakers, 352 North High street. Day and night phone 183. MISCELLANEOUS 4 n May Make Wine Here for Personal Use Portland, Or., Dec. M. Citizens of Oregon may make wine tor their per sonal use in spite of the "bone dry" law, according to an opinion handed down today by Circuit Judge Henry K. e( linn. The decision was made in the case of A. Lima, who asked that the district attorney ami sheriff be restrained from seizing his home made wine. The fight will go to the state supreme court. Judge McGinn also ruled that the interstate commerce law permits im portation of liquor into Oregon pro vided it is obtained for personal use. The world's market may be plunging up and down but that apparently has had no effect on local conditions as no changes are recorded since yesterday's quotations. The retail grocers are cleaning up pretty well on the Christmas stock of turkeys, at an average price of 30 cents. MANN COMMENDS WILSON Washington, Dec. 22. Republican Floor Leader Mann this afternoon com mended President Wilson for his ef forts to obtain peace, During the debate on diplomatic and consular appropriation bill, Mann Bald: "Regardless of partisanship, 1 be lieve the American people warmly con gratulate and commend the President for any effort he has made or may make toward obtaining peace in the world again." GUARDSMEN MOVE NEXT WEEK Dallas, Texas, Dec 22 None of the 16,000 national guardsmen ordered home in the last war department order will be aide to move before the middle of next week, according to railroad ol ficials. The first gorup was scheduled to start today, MIOKENHAM & CO. Will, pay highest cash price for veal, poultry and eggs. 100 8. High. ... . . Phone 10 FRUTTLAND N CRSKRV Sales yard now open for business at High and Ferry Bts, Full line of nursery stock. Italian prunes a specialty. Nunsiry locnted one mile east of penitentiary. Phone 23F21. tf FOR RENT A neat ,r room houso with bath, hot and cold wator, electrie lights, eloso in, $11.50 per month. Bee J. A. Mills. dec23 E WOODSAW Any of the above articles would be very appropriate if given to the right party. You have some friend or relative which some of the above articles would suit. Why not call and leave your order? .Many others are doing so. Why not you? We will hold them and deliver at any designated time. The Big Store with Little Prices C. 8. HAMILTON 340 C OURT STREET (Old Buren & Hamilton location) Quality and Satisfaction with Every Sale 4- 44 A GOOD FRIEND Grains Wheat 1.161.20 Oats, new 42c Rolled barley $40 Bran $28.50 Shorts, per ton $32 Hay, clover $1213 Hay, cheat $11 Hay, vetch $12 Hay, timothy $16 Butter Butterfat 38c Creamery butter per pound 40c Country'butter 2832c Eggs and Poultry Kggs, case count cash 30c Kgtrs, trade 32c Hens, pound 11 '-j13c Roosters, old, per pound '. 9c Turkeys, live 18c Turkevs. dressed 24 Ducks, live 1214c Geese, live Ufa l'-'c Pork, Veal and Mutton Pork, dressed m'jtSlSe Pork, on foot ve Spring lambs, 1016 7 l-28c Veal, according to qnouty r-c Steers 56c Cows 44 l-2c Bulls 33c Kwes 5c Wethers 5 l-26c Figs and Dates Figs, 70 four oz $2.60 Pigs, BO 12-oz Wmfa Figs, 12 10-oz $100 Black figs 9c White figs 10c Dromedary dates $3.75 Golden Dates 15c Vegetables Tomatoes $1.50 Cabbage $1.50 String garlic 10(512c Potatoes, sweet 4c $1.20 I Green onions - 40c Salem. 1 Green peppers 7c . vie. ... $1 $2.25 $2.75 ifo 110.- .... $2 .$1.25 ( itiTRTciTY WtK)DSAW We live and pay taxes in Salem. Let Salem .people saw your wood. Phono 269. 1198 N. 21st. F. L. Keistor, Wm. Frost. WATER COMPANY SALBM WATER COMPANY Office corner Commercial and Trade streets. Bills payable monthly in advance. ELECTRIC SUPPLY Co., 220 N. Liberty Phone 263. A co plctc line of Klectric Supplies and fixtures. OREGON SCHOOL OF NEDROfiOeY Dr. Flora A. Brewstor, dean of the Oregon School of Neurology, has removed from the Hubbard bldg. to 712 State St., corner Cottage St. Ex amination free. Phono 1350. tf ARE YOU GOING East I Consult us about reduced freight rates on house hold goods to all points. Fast through, service. Capital City Transfer o., 161 S. Commercial St., Sulem. Phone 933. YOUR HEALTH Is important. Mag netic healing and electricity are rec ognized as the two great healing pow ers in the treatment of all kinds of diseases. Come and see me. Dr. Eva Murphy, 384 Stato St. Room II. janliS PAY The highest market price for all kinds of live itocs nt all limes. G. W. Eyro, 2206M, Salem. tf MONEY TO LOAN ON Good Real Estate Security THOS. K. FORD Over Ladd & Bush bank, Salem, Oregon SCAV ANGER SALEM SCAVENGER Charles Soos. proprietor. Garbage and refuse of all Kinds removed on monthly contracts at reasonable rates. Yard and coss pools ideaned. Office phone Main 2247. Residence, Main 2272. STOVE REPAIRING STOVES REBUILT AND REPAIRED 50" years experience. I it National and American fence Sizes 2(1 to 58 in. high. Paints, oil and varnish, etc. Loganberry and hop hooks. Salem Peace and Stove Works, 256 Court street. Phone 124. A good friend stands by you when in need. Salem people tell how Doan 's Kidney Pills h ive stood the test. Mr. Sutton endorsed Loan's over ten years aio and auaiii confirms the story Could you ask for more convincing j Potatoes, per 100 pounds testimony F. A. Sutton. 306 Hoyt St. says: 1 had kidney trouble and rheu Carrots, dozen matism ten years or more and during ' Artichokes that time, I had attacks so acute th.it j Lettuce, California, crate .... I was laid up. My back gave me a Onions great deal of bother and sharp pains Celery extended all through my body. I got J Cauliflower all run down, lost weight and was in Parsnips, carrots and beefs verv noor heilth. J doctored, but with! Corn husks, lb 12VC J indifferent success. Finally, I began J Fruits using Doan's Kidney Pills and they! Apples OTWOTfl made me feel like a different man. MyiOranges, navels $2-50(fi3.U0 appetitio improved and the aching andlOranges, Japanese $1.25 T i pains left me." (Statement given .lan-, Lemons, per box $4.0U(o)a.uo . Q1 n..,. r . .....,nr f.C utxiy oi, tmw,j uaiiMiias, On April 13, 1910, Mr. Sutton added- California grape fruit $3.50 ''I have always considered Do in 's Florida grape fruit $5.00 Kidnev Pills a most reliable medicine i Pineapple - 8c for kidney trouble. Whenever I no- Honey MW tice my kidneys are not acting right. Cranberries $1 l.oOfa 12.50 I take' them for a few days and they never fail to remove the trouble." Retail Prices Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't simp- Hggs, per dozen, fresh ranch 35c lv ask for a kidney remedv get Doan's Sugar, cane $8.05 Kidney Pills the same tint Mr. Sut-'Sugar, beet $7 85 ton has twice publicly recommended Creamery butter 45c Fostcr-Millnirn Co.. I'rons.. Buffalo. N. Flour, hard wheat $2?i2.3" INSUBNOTANpREALESTATJ CHA8, B. HODGKIN General l'nsur oneo, Suretv Bonds, real estate and rentals. Hubbard bldg. Phone 386. tf OSTEOPATH DRS. B. H. WHITE and It. W. WAL TON Osteopathic physicians and nerve specialists. Graduate of Amer ican school of Osteopathy, Kirksv'tle Mo. Post graduate and specialized in nerve diseases at Los Angeles collcgo Treat acute and chronic diseases. Consultation free. Lady attendant Office 505 506 U. S. National Bank building. Phone 859. Residence, 340 North Capital street. Phone 461). DR O. L. SCOTT Oroduate of Ghiro practic 's Fountain Head, Davenport, Iowa. If you have tried everything and got no relief, try Chiropractic sniiial adjustments and get well. Of fica 106-7 8 U. 8. National Bank buildina. Phone Main 87. Residence Main 828-R. MONEY TO LOAN I have made ar rangements for loaning eastern money, will make very low rate of interest on highly improved farms. Homer II. Smith, room 0 MeOornack Bldg., Salem, Ore. Phone 96. FOR SALE FOR SALE A ." room house and two lots, two blocks to school, 3 blocks to store, place has a small barn and good well. Price $850. See J. A. Mills. dec22 FRUITLAND NTHSEhV Sale yard High and Ferry streets. Full line or nursery stock. Italian prunes a spe cialty, (fraftcd t'ranquett walnuts, Roman strain. Nursery located one mile east of penitentiary. Phono S8F21. HAND MADE SHOES Andl rubber boots for sale. Jacob Vogt. 979 South Commercial street. Cobbling neatly done. ,ianl- FOR SALE 40 acres " rcl hill" Jaad, good soil, 22 acres in cultivation; 4 acres orchard. All personal pr6J)erty including team, cow, fresh; heiier, ten tons of good hny and numerous other items. Price $4200. Terms easy. Square Deal Realty Company, tele- plione 4U. tf UNDERTAKERS LM.HUI CARE OF Yick So Tom; CHINESE MEDICINE AND TEA COMPANY Has medicine which will cure Any known Disease Open Sundays from 10:00 a. . TlBtU 8:00 p. m. 1SS South High Str. iiiam, Oregon. Faoae CM ..- "1 Y. (Flour, valley $1.S5&2.00 WEBB Si CLOUGH CO. C. B. Webb,