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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. mRF;n TUESDAY. MARCH 6, 1917.
NEW TODAY - CLASSIFIED ADTESTISCNO RATES Rate per word New Today: Each insertion, per word le On week (6 inacrtioDs) per word .5c Vet Month (26 insertions) per work 17c The Capital Journal will not be re txraaible for more thaa one insertion for errori ia Classified Advertisements. liead your advertisement the first day it appears and notify us immediately Minimum charge, 15c, HAVE YOO phone 7. WOOD SAWING 1 Call tf TOtt BENT SIGNS For sale at Cap ital Journal office. tf WILL SELL 2 head 3 and oM mules. DwigUt Mianer. 4 year tf GET PKICES On farm sale bills at Tho Journal office. GET PRICES On farm sale The" Journal office. hills JONES' KUUSEKV State and 24th. tf FOR SALE Horse 0 years, 1450 lbs. Phone 40T5. weight 3-7 HEMSTITCHING Room 10, Mack bldg. E. A. Adsitt, McCor-4-5 3 UGH EST Market price paid beans. Phone 175, Mr. Cooper. for tf "WANTED Men to work in Inquire. 2123 N. Broadway. nursery. 3 8 FOR SALE Team, wagon, harness and buggy. Call at Club Stables. 3-8 WANTED To cut 1500 cords of wood. A. L. care Journal. 3-7 GARDENS PLOWED At right pric es. C. E. Mills. Phone 837. 4-3 HEMSTITCHING Nu Bono Corset Parlors. A. E. Lyons. Phone 1032. 3-5 FOR SALE Whito Rock hutching. Phone 403B. eggs for 3-6 HARRY Window cleaner. Phone 1391 J. 3 24 "WANTED A chimney sweep. 617. Phone 3-6 5 HEAD Of horses for sale at Farm ers Feed Barn, 160 8. High. 3-8 WANT EI V Sound team weight 1400. Phone 34F14. 1250 3-7 PLAIN SEWING Dono by the day at your home. Phone 1041. 3-6 TRESPASS Notices for Bale at Jour nal office. tf SIX CHIROPRACTIC ADJUSTMENTS $5.00. Dr. May. Phone 572. tf 5-ROOM Modern houso for rent, furn ished. Phone 1051M. 3-4 LOST Girl's ring, torquoiae and dia mond setting. Phono 1G65. Reward, tf BOOF REPAIRING Sidewall painting wtrk guaranteed. Walling. Phono 800W. 3-5 LOST Sunday, white Angora bull pup finder phone 201 or 271 for reward. 37 WANTED Second hand two horse disc harrow. G. C. Bolter, 2016 Trade St. Phono 220UW- 3-6 FOR, RENT 5 room house close in, price $5 00; also housekeeping rooms. 9G1 Mill. Phone 647. 3-7 WANTED Married man experienced ia geiiPral uirmmg, Bteaujr Phono 11F33. 3-7 NICE 3 room furnished apartments housekeeping. 4!H N. Cottage. 2203 FOR RENT 2 office rooms, one furn ished sleenino' room. Hubbard bldg. W. H. Norris. receiver. tf "WANTED Small mare, weight about 1000 lbs., not over 8 years old. Phone . 88F3. -' MONEY TO LOAN At 6 per cent on farm security. O. E. TJnruh, 202 Sa lem Bank of Commerce. - tf "WANTED To rent modern five room bttngalow, elose in, permanent rent er. Address Renter this office. 3-7 FOB KENT A pleasant room suitable for two, with board at a reasonable price. 295 N. Church. Phone 1013. 3-1 NrTCF" TAttht 2-room furnished apart ment for light housekeeping. 491 N. flnttntre. Phone 2203. tf WANTED To buy old oak timber for logs. ione or write E. A. Way, Sa lem. Ore. tf tUiT TOUR Trespass notices, new supply of cloth ones at Capital Jour nal, tf CARE OF Children or domestic work, aperienced. Phone Mrs. Pfcilea, 2419. 3-6 TOTE BEST EQUIPPED Place in Sa lem for cabinet work, furniture made remodeled, repaired and upholstered. H. W. Beinhard, 2G6 Chemeketa St., -nnnosita Y. M. C. A. 3-24 . L M. fill YickSoTcEg CABEOF CHINESE MEDICINES AND TEA COMPANY Has medicine which will enre Any known Disease Open Sundays from 10:00 a. m. until 8:00 p. m. 153 South High Street. Salem, Oregon Phone 283 WANTED A girl for general house work. 113 Court 6c J 5 SMALL SHOATS Cheap quickly. Phone 1187. if taken a J WANTED 1U50K Wood cutters. Phone 3 10 .FOB BALE Baled gnin hay and vetch hay. George fiwegle. tf CORD WOOD Sawed or full length, W. F. Proctor, phone 1322J. 3-12 FOR. SALE First class gns range. Must be sold at once. 1367 State tit. 37 GERMAN GIRL Wants work by day or hour, good references. Address 351 earo Journal. 3 0 WANTED Horse for its kcop--during summer months. Address 353 care Journal. 3-6 FLANDERS AUTOMOBILE 5 passen ger, for trado for city or farm prop erty. Apply 794 S. 21st St. 3 6 FOR SALE 257 acre ranch near Port land, $1(10 per acre, 1-3 cash balance terms. 176 caro Journal. 3-6 STOCK habvu ror aaie or trade; acres, here is a bargain for you. 122, Independence, Or. 3-7 250 Box WANTED To rent from 10 to 20 acres bottom land or fruit and ber ries. 818 N. Commercial St. 3-6 WANTED Wood cutters for contract of 50 to 800 cords of wood. 1402 N. 10th. 3-10 THE NEW LINCOLN Rooming house is nemg titled up lor tho reception of roomers- Phone 704. 3-6 WANTED 3 experienced farm hands. nalem Employment Agency, room 14 Brcyman bldg. 3-6 WOMAN WISHES Washings or work by hour. 9U South Commercial St. 3-7 SALE nouse, two lots, cheap; good garden, fruit, well, near school. Ad dress Owner, Capital Journal. 3-13 HEMSTITCHING Nu Bone Corset Parlors. A. E. Lyons, Phono 1032. 3-19 FOR RENT 3 and 5 room furnished apartments on first floor. Phone 2454W. 694 N. Commercial. 3-6 W1ANTED Man to cut 50 cords of old fir wood at $1.25 per cord. Trees will average 6 cords. Phone 33F24. 3-8 FOR SALE Scotch Collie dog, 8 months old, very bright, goes to the heels. Phone 2501J4. 3-8 PRUNE ORCHARD For sale, 30 A full bearing orchard with dryer. Ad dress 3-6 care Journal. 3-12 FOB SALE Potatoes, about thirty bushels small potatoes, $1.75 per sack. Phone 54.F13. 3-8 GET A 640 acre homestead in Cen tral Oregon. Party leaving next week Address 355 care Capital Journal for full information. Phone 1110. 3-6 COMPETENT DAIRYMAN-For small dairy, near Salem, good pay, perma nent job to right man. Address full information X care Capital Journal. 3-8 WANTED TO RENT Partly furnish ed four or five room house with fruit and garden. Will be permanent if suited. Phono 446 during office hours. 3-8 FOB SALE Good driving horse, 6 years oJ, weight 1000, sell reason able or exchange for heavier animal, no plugs wanted. J. B. Macy, Brooks Or. Phone 35F31. 3-7 WANTED To sell or trade modern home, value $1600, clear, in Falls City, for volley land, acreage or Sa lem property. Box 196, Falls City, Oregon. 3-9 Buick roadster for clear city lots or acreage close in, call and see me or phone 717. F. E. Mangis, 540 State St. 3-6 HEAD QUABTEBS- For auto and truck bodies, auto upholstering ana repair ing, tt. W. Kemnard, 200 UhemeKeta, opposite Y. M. C. A. 3 24 $1500.00 TO LOAN On real estate. Will loan any part or all. Donald W. Miles, 205 Salem bank Commerce bldg. Phone 510. 3-8 POTATOES WANTED Don't forgot we are always in the market for po tatoes in small lots or car lots at the highest cash price. Phone 717, Man gis Bros. tf HOBSES WANTED We buy and sell all kinds of work horses. If yon have - any for sale call on us. Clearwater Bros., Salem Horse Exchange barn. - 554 Ferry St Phone 1031 or 483. 3-6 BOUGHT AND TBADED-Second hand jewelry, men's clothing, musical in struments, tools, guns, bicycles, etc., also money to loan. Capital Exchange 337 Court St. Phone 493. 3-24 FOB BENT 2 blocks from state house furnished 5 room cottage, cement basement, furnace, electric light, gas and wood range, garage. Terms $20 per mo. 156 S. 14th. 3-9 BABGAINS Seven room house worth $1250.00 for $750.00; also cast fTont lot on pavel street for $235.00. See JVed J. Smith, room 22 Breyman block, phone 219. 3-6 H. STEINBOCK JUNK CO We pay C5e per 100 lbs. news paper and mag azines. Highest prices for hides and pelts. A large stock of logan berry and fence wire for less than half price. Phone 808, 302 N- Commer cial. 4-5 Court House News A marriage license was issued by the county clerk yesterday afternoon to Ralph D. Adams, a farmer of Hilvertoa, and Anna Ktorlie, also of Silverton; and Charles W. McCracken, a candy maker of Pendleton, and Florence Belle Wilson, of 1400 Market street. In the case of W. T. Gilbert against the Gloge and Rutger Fire Insurance 'onipany of New York, a bill of execp- tions was filed yesterday afternoon in the appeal from the judgment of the lower court to the supreme court. In the boundary lino dispute of Sarah May Hanson against W. M. Boufleur. the report of the commission ers appointed to fix ehe boundary line was tiled today with the county clerk. The report states that the boundaries have been determined and the mark ing fixed. The commissioners Were Walter Hkelton, W. L. Skipton and M E. Sullivan. An amended answer of the defend ant in 'the case of the Oregon Fruit Juico company against J. C. Gregory, the defendant denies the allegations made in the complaint and sets up the statement that prior to the commence ment of tho suit against him he brought an action against tho plaintiff company to recover tho sum of $1, 918.82 damages for alleged wrongful conversion of a hydraulic pressing ma chine and equipment. He states that iudement was rendered against the iuiec company but that it remains un satisfied. The company then appealed the case to the supremo court, which court has not yet made its determina tion. He asks that the suit against him be dismissed. H. Herschberg, Lulu Strickland and Walter Strickland were appointed ap praisers of the estate of Hariet A. Wanlesff, who died here recently. The final account of the executors of the estate of Joseph Bochsler was allowed yesterday afternoon and the executors relieved from liability. The share of the minor Joseph Kaspar Klost, amounting to $500, which had been placed in tho hands of the coun ty clerk, was ordered turned over to the county treasurer. Salem Defeated W.O.W.Last In the bowling alley games played last evening, Salem Alleys defeated W. O. W.s- Campbell of the Salem Al leys played high game with 220 and Hngcdorn of tho same team piayea high average with 195. Tonight the W. O. W. will play the Printers. The score last evening was as ioi- lows: W. O. W. (1) (2) (3) 175 210 170 160 189 To. 521 556 488 510 523 Av Sundin 170 176 157 154 163 158 174 185 163 170 Lloyd 189 E. Donaldson J.O H. Donaldson 187 Pierce 176 174 Toals 886 808 904 2598 Salem Alleys (1) (2) (3) To. 491 462 548 462 584 Av. Calvin 184 Absentee 154 Campbell 220 179 154 150 154 210 128 154 178 154 186 164 154 183 154 195 Absentee is Hagcdorn .... 188 Totals 900 847 800 2547 Washington Has Spectacular Blaze Washington, March 6. Thomas Car stens of the Carstens Packing com.' pany, today estimated the loss by the fire which destroyed the killing plant, including the lard and drying rooms, late last night at $175,000, partially covered by insurance. The fire was the third which has visited the plant in two years. Kn'ornious fire brands, borne by a strong -wind, fell in the yards of the St. Paul and Taeonia Lumber company, nearby, causing .several fires, which were quickly extinguished by the com pany's fire equipment. The blaze is said to have started in drying room of the packing plant, where wool and hair are dried. EXPLOSION IN FORD PLANT Cincinnati, Ohio, March 6. One man was killed and four other men were critically injured in an explosion that wrecked" the fourth floor of tho Ford Automobile company's assembling Dlant here this afternoon. Frank Eisele, age 32, foreman, is the dead man. J. H. McFeeteis, traveling for Knaff e Brothers picture house, was a visitor at the Monroe Gilbert Frame Shop to day. He handles a Bpecial line of pic tures one of which is known as the Knaffe Madonna, or the Tennessee Ma donna, which is well known to every lover of motherhood und baby life. He plans to return to Salem in the near 'fu. ture and give an exhibition of Knaffe pictures, which will be open to the pub lic. Pileg Cured in 6 to 14 Days Druggists refund money if PAZO OINT MENT fails to cure Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles. First ap plication gives relief. 50c. DAHLIAS AND GLADIOLUS 50 named varieties such as Wodan and T- W . Jameson bciow catalogue prices during next 2 weeks only. Phono 31F21. ' 3-6 Gull Stones, Cancer and Ulcers of the Stomach and Intestines, Auto-Intoxication, Tellow Jaundice, Appendicitis and other fatal ailments result from Stom ach Trouble. Thousands of Stomach Sufferers owe their complete recovery to Mayr'g Wonderful Kemedy. Un like any other for Stomach Ailments. For sale by J. C. Perry and druggists everywhere. Attendant Fitch Injured by Insane Patient Died Today D. B. Fitch, the attendant at the state hospital for the Insane who was battered about the head by an insane patient in an insurrection about two weeks ago and who was thought to be recovering rapidiy. died today aooa. Complications of a nature that have not yet been ascertained set in and caused the death. Coroner dough, who ia away from the city, will be no'.ifiod when he returns and an investigation will probably be made Attendant Fitch and his wife came here a few months azo from Nana. California, where they were employed in a similar institution. They bad been in the California instituii'on several yeara When the insurrection broke out ir the criminally insane ward two weeks ago. Fitch was sitting in a barbel chair and was the first one struck in the attempt to overpower the guards and msko a get-eway. The first bio partially dazed him and cut a large gash in the back of his head. The sec ond blow practically knocked him un conscious and cut another gash in his head. Still he fought against the pa tients. That his life was not snuffed out was duo to a patient who jumped into the fight and saved him. Would Make Street Most Beautiful in City If the property owners and residents of Marion street will co-operate with tne baicm floral society, within a few years it will be one of the most beau tiful Btreets in the city. At the meet ing held last evening of tho society at the Commercial club, the society an nounced that it had 12,000 rose cut tings to give aw:.y and that the resi dents, of Marion street, which the society wishes to beautify, can have what they need for planting in the parkings. And it will not cost them a cent. The society expects to plant roses in the center parking of Marion street and the city will take proper care of them. But cuttings given to the resi dent for eido parkings are to be taken care of and planted by those living in the adjoining properties. The official flower for Salem was not selected but a committee was ap pointed to suggest several and the people will then be called on to indi cate their preference. This committee is composed of J. W. Mahuney, Ivan G. Martin, Mrs. Edward Tallman, J. J. Worcester and Mrs. Ross Moores. Professor Peck in his address sug gested that each street should follow out some special design in its parkings and that, if possibi? there should be a general uniformity ia the landscape work on each street. "Star Spangled Banner" Must Not Be Made Medley In order to prevent the desecration of the national anthem "The 8tai Spangled Banner" in theaters, music halls, or in any other public place by being played as part of a medley, or otherwise than a single selection, Councilman Melson last night intro duced a resolution in the council ask ing that an ordinance be passed cover ing that phase of tho subject. It was pointed out in the resolution of Councilman Melson that the present was a time of national crisis, when keener ideals of patriotism should be aroused and the symbols of the nation be cherished- With these things in view during these troublous times, and to come within the nation wide movement to prevent any desecration of national song or embicm, the resolution was adopted and referred to the ordinance committeo to be drafted into an ordi nance. TRY JOURNAL WANT ADS WHILE HIS FATHER COUNS LANE JUNIOR Fit 5? i 4 - w v 'v- L p-t'te - i f?t; - f - j if ' I ' -Z if . , f , z- - , t ' ' ' 'M6arGriSS9lss''fti1 " '''' "''l i?fiftNllLlt.K.Lf)Ne,Jf.fiHt!HIS MACHINE Oo While bis father sits at the presi- dent's cabinet table in Washington seeking ways to keep the country at r, ,i- t r .. t. .. . . nonce. Krnnkhn .1. lne. Jr.. is nrennr- ino tnr war at. Newr.ort .News Vn phe'show yoiiiiff Mr. Lane seated in bis 0f tbe secretary of the interior TWENTY KILLED ' KT t f .... 1 . - E Jr 'TWENTY CLRO Twenty persons were killed when t.i eastbnund Mercantile express on the rensylvnma rHilroad was run into short ly after midnight by a fast preference freight train et the station at the little mountain town of Mount Union, 43 miles cast of Altoona. Pa. Several oth ers were injured. The most seriously State House News Farmers growing flax for the state will receive a tentative maximum rate of $17.50 a ton and a minimum of $12 a ton .according to tho length of the flax and the presenco or absence of weeds. The price for flax seed will be the same as last year, $2.50 a bushel. In securing the contracts with the farmers Warden Murphy and Super intendent Crawford are to co-operate. It was suggested by Treasurer Kay that as the governor is to have abso lute control of the penitentiary that he had better go ahead now with his plans but Governor Withycombe stated that ho would keep the board with him until the last day. A new policy of encouragement to the boys in tho state training school may be begun by Superintendent Hale in asking that a salary of $10 a month be granted to one of the wards for capable work in overseeing the work of other boys. The request was grant ed by the board of control. It is the plan of Superintendent Hale to pay boys who are capable of supervising a salary of $5 a month, which system would eliminate hired men and give the boys experience and additional training. The money would be paid to them on their release and be an in - centive to good behaviour and m- duHtry. Cattle are starving at Halfway, ae- cording to an appeal to tho public serv- ice commission for help in securing quick relict through tne u. w. k. a i. company. A night letter to the com mission from a banker in that city states that the supply of hay at Half way is exhausted and that "snow is f 30 inches deep on the level and tho' supply of hay in tho panhandle of Baker county is exhausted. Unless it. can be shipped in faster there will bo j considerable suffering and loss of , stock, The commission immediately got in ES NATION LEARNS ARMY AVIATION j has just turned nineteen. He is quoJ if.. ; lor (lllty tts a officer in tlie ... TT . :ariiiy aviation reserve corps. Pictures J ' aeroplane and also his machine, WHEN FAST FREIGHT RUNS INTO HALTED h Dm V IN R.RILR.OHO WRfCIf HT MT. lZVOV, PRS O hurt were taken to the Bluir .memorial j hospital at Huntington, 12 miles west of Mount Union. Tho express train had stopped to dis charge passengers at Mount l uion, and members of the crew were testing the air brakes when, without warning, the heavy freight crashed into the passeu- epresentatire Bean Objects to Ballot Title of Lund Crant Tax Bill Four reasons for dissatisfaction with the ballot title to the Oregon-California land grant taxation bill that is to be submitted to the people at the special election on June 4 are given by L. E. Bean, of Lane county, author of hoirse bill No. 302, which purports to give the state of Oregon the right to tax tho O. and C. grant lauds the title to which has been declared to revert to tho Unit ed States government. The action agninst the ballot title as prepared by tho attorney general was filed in the circuit court for Marion county this afternoon by L. E. Bean, representative from Lane county, through McNary & McNary, attorneys! Declaring the ballot titlo unfair and insufficient he says: First Tho title purports to limit trrt! right of taxation to unsold lands while the bill declares tho right extends to all lands known as the Oregon-Califor nia grant. - . Second It fails to set forth mention of direction' to list upon tho assessment rolls of the respective counties tho grant lands lor taxation. Third It unfairly states the purpose of one section iu the following words: "but purporting to exempt payment of state taxes thereon unless tboy are eol- i,ctod by the counties " 1 Fourth That a portion of the title js nn argument against tho bill and I prejudicial to fair consideration by 1 the people. He suggests a titlo which he would like to have adopted in lieu of the one prepared by the attorney general. TODAY'S WAR BULLETINS Berlin, via Rayville wireless, March 6. Attack of British forces, preceded by drumfire, was repulsed again east of Bouchacesnen, and a 'further attack in tho same place was frustrated by "an annihilating fire," today's official German statement declared. Desperate righting. Paris, March 6. Desperate fighting continues in the region of Caurieres wood and Douaumont, but, violent ef forts of the Germans to drive French troops from trenches which the French reconquered yesterday have fiulcd, ac cording to today's official ropoit. No Bread for Belgium. London, March G. After Saturday Holland will bo compelled to prohibit the export of bread to Belgium, on ac count o'f the German submarine warfurc, according to announcement inaae itre from Dutch sources. An Aeroplane Attack, London, March 6 Naval aeroplanes on Sunday dropped numerous heavy nomus over the German blast furnaces at Brebach, an official statement declar ed today. . touch with tho railroad officials by telephone in order to relieve the situ ation. Articles of incorporation were filed by the Moulton Lumber company of Portland for the purpose of conducting a general logging and saw mill busi ness. The capital is $2000 and the in- coporators are F. M. Kettenning of Vancouver, ( lark, county, Wash.; Otis Arnold, C. E. Moulton. The Pacifio Milk Sugar company filed with a capital of $13,000 to deal in milk products of every kind. The place of business is Portlund and the incorporators ure Fletcher Linn, John II. Keatherstone, and M. W, Harrison. Tho Haxon Hales & Service company was formed to buy and sell outos and accessories with a capital uf $0,000. The place of business is Portland and the incorporators are F. T. Houck, Hor ace Walker und A. V. Beasley. W. J. PATTERSON, MY D' V. GRADUATE VETERINARIAN, LICENSED TO INSPECT STOCK. UP-TO-DATE METHODS, MEDICINE AND OPERATING TABLE. Phones: Office, 278; Beg. 1961. 420 S. Commercial EXPRESS TRAIN - 1 per train from the rear- A dense prevailed. Alongside tho exprsss tram at the station wns an ncconiiiuxlaticn trniu carrying workmen from the Mount I'uion powder plant, and this train had barely moved away from the station when tho crush occurred. All of t!i dead were killed in a sleeping, car. Judge Moreland Praises Chamberlain JuBt at this time when Oregon is in tho lime liht on account of its sena tor who eiigiigc'd in the filibuster that killed tho bill giving President Wilson owcr to net in arming merchantmen, tho fact that Senator Chamberlain backed the president is the cause of a letter of congratulation being sent him this morning by Judge .1. C. Moreland clerk of the Oregon supreme court. The letter to Senator Chamberlain is as follows and is sell' explanatory of tho feeling that is keen in tho breast of every Orcgoninn: "My dear Senator: "In tho midst of theso stirring times I am glad that Oregon has one senator who stands up for the flag, and 1 am proud that wo have one who is doing it so splendidly as you are. 1 congratulnte you on the work you are doing and have done in standing by tho president. These are not times when men cun afford to carry out their individual opinions. If they are citizens and patriots they must stand by those in authority." Judge Bushey Pleased That Suit Is Brought Judge Bushey, when seen this after noon concerning the original proceed ings of mandamus in the supreme court to compel tho building of the Marion Polk inter-county bridge, declared that anything was all-right with him so long as no dilatory tactics were employed in the bridge mutter. That this was probably ono of tho best moves that could boMdiindo was his opinion, as it would shut off a long course of pro- eeeditre through the lower courts to the supreme court. That this proceeding bud been, kept a profound secret wus evident because Judge Bushey was considerable sur prised to find that both he and Judge Ivirkpntrick had been made defendants in the suit. Judge Bushey planned shortly to go over and interview tho Polk county court regarding coming to terms concerning the building of tnn bridge. If nothing satisfactory could be secured then he intended going ahead. ADAM SON CASE PASSED . Wushingtdn, March 6. The supreme court failed to give a decision iu the Adauisou eight hour cose today. Prominent railway attorneys had crowded the court room to hear the opinion. BANK WINS BIO SUIT Washington, March 6. A dispute over a $300,000 tract of Seattlo tide land between the insolvent Merchants National Bank of Seattle and Charles H. Baker, its former receiver, was de cided today by the supreme court iu fnvor of the bunk. CATARRH and HAY FEVER Dennis Eucalyptus Ointment AT AU. DRUa SI ORES TUBC 25C JARS 50C DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL Gassificd Ads BEING YOU HESULTS HI Prompt Service r mm