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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1917.
TVE A wa NEW IUUAY CLASSIFIED ADVEETIStNa KATES Bate per word New Today: Kach insertion, per word lc On Wffk (6 insertions) per word.... 5c One month (2(5 insertions) perword..l7e The Capital Journal will not be re sponsible for more than one insertion for errors in Classified Advertisement! Head your advertisement the first day it appears and notify us immediately. Minimum charge, 15c. HAVE YOU phono 7- WOOD SAWING! Call tf FOR RENT SIGNS For sale at Cap ital Journal office. ... tf GET TRICES On farm sale bills at The Journal office. FOR SALE Fresh K. F. D. 4. cow. Hi one 50FB. 421 FOR SALE Nearly new top buggy and harness, $33. Phone 14F13. 4-23 NOT I CE SS) 17 J. -Lot plowing done. I'honc 421 FURNISHED ROOMS 9C1 Mill. Phone 647. 50c a week. 421 WANTED Second hand disc harrow. Also spring tooth. Phone 19F13. 4-20 HARRY WINDOW CLEANER Phone 139-l.h 4-29 GARDENS PLOWED At right prices V. E. Miller. 1'lione 837. 0-3 JONES' NURSERY State and 24th tf FOB RENT 8 room modern house, near Btate house. Phone 1027. tf WANTED Housekeeper to assist girl phone 1UF13. 4-2U "FOR SALE Fresh cow. Phono 53 F6. 4-23. FOR SALE One high tension magneto Phone 1253 W. , 4-23 WANTED Hcef phone 994. and stock cattle. S-20 WANTED Two immigrants to work 2123 N. Broadway. 4-21 EOOMS 25 cents and up at the Leon ard, 254 N. Front St. 4-21 HIGHEST Market price paid beans. Phone 175, Mr. Cooper. for tf TRESPASS Notices for sale at Jour ual office. tf SIX CHIROPRACTIC ADJUSTMENTS S3.00. Dr. Mav. Phone 572. tf LOST A nickleplated earbido , gener ator. Finder please pnone iu.k. Suitable reward. 4-21 WANTED Sewing for small children, work guaranteed. Call 840 S. Liber tv St." - 4-23 NAVY BEANS 20c per pound, choice seed tor sale at 1705 Fair Ground road. 4-20 FOR SALE Fine modern house, Fair innnnt Park. W. H. Grabenhorst & Co., 275 State St. WANTED Girl to help with light house work. Pleasant ranch homo. Phone 78F13. 4-26 WANTED Men to cut tin logs into . wood at Salem- Phone 092 after ii m. E. A. Wav. 4 23 i - " WANTED Man and wife to work in Jogginv camp, close in. Phono 692. E. A. Wav. 4 23 WANTED Good shipping potatoes ' Will pay top price. Salem Fruit Cth AUTO Five passenger touring, first class condition for sale cheap. 246 State St. 4-21 LOST -Last July a brooch set with dia mond, with blue design. Reward for return to Journal office. 4-20 FOR SALE Four head of horses at Farmers' Feed Shed, 160 S. High. 4-20 i WILL PAY CASH For second hand Fords, Doclae and Buick cars. Uwignt Misner. ' tf 2 MODERN FLATS 5 rooms each, furnished - or unfurnished. Phone 1737W. : 4-24 GET YQUR Trespass notices, new supply of cluth ones at Capital Jour nal. . tf FOR SALE Set 3-inch tire, half truck wheels new, for 3 inch Bain wagon Price $40 at Pohlo & Son. Chas. W. Warner owner, Silverton, R. 3. 4-21 EGGS WANTED Best cash price paid for best eggs delivered to Cherry City Baking Co., Broadway and Mar ket. ' tf FOR SALE 9'i. acres good potato land, 3 miles out on Pacific Highway. W. H. Grabenhorst & Co., 275 State 1st. PUBLIC SALE Wednesday April 25 of cattle, horses, hogs, implements and household furniture at Tom Ev erett's, two miles southwest of Tur ner. 4-24 50c Why Pay More! Your suit spong ed and pressed. Best of work. Hand cleaned and pressed 75c. Phone 400. Boss Cleaning Works, 19th and, State 5-18 SECOND HAND MENS CLOTHING Bievclee, jewelry, musical instru ments, tools, guns, etc., bought, sold and traded. Capital Exchange 337 Court St. Phone 493. 4-27 THE FIXIT SHOP We sharpen lawn- mowers, shears, cutlery, saws, etc., repair umbrellas and furniture, gen eral job work. Court St. opposite old Chicago store. Phone 1022. Work . called for. " 5-5 J - . ' 4 I LOST Dog, female setter, white with ! red ticks, and red ears. Reward $3. i Anyone found " harboring will be prosecuted. HilL K. 2, boa 53, I'houe 61F13. 421 FOR SALE Sua Aneona and sixteen Buff Leghorn vearling hens, $1.30 each. Phone 492. 4-23 DRESSMAKING Promptly done, hem stitcbing &c per yard. Koom 10 lit Cornack bldg. Phone 117. 5 7 HAIR SWITCHES $4.50, 3.00, $600 A. tj. l.yons, loo si. Liberty. Phone 1032. 4-28 FOR SALE 30 acre Italian prune or chard, l.) acres bearing, 1'aeitie High way. W. II. Grabenhorst & Co., 273 State St. HEMSTITCHING Chainstitehing em-1 broidery, Iu Bone Corset Parlors. A. E. Lyons, 163 N. Liberty. Phone 1032. 4-28 MONEY LOANED On furniture, ve sicles, livestock, implements, etc. Union Loan Agency, 217 S. High street. 4-28 AUCTIONEERS Col. W. F. Wright, Turner, Or., Col E. G. Snider, Salem, Or. Best service, reasonable rates. Phone 1428M. Salem, Or. tf FOR SALE Wilson strawberry plants. good fresh cow and 3 stands bees, also 121. acre fruit ranch. H. G. Cox. Salem. R. 3. 4-20 WANTED Experienced pattern mak er who has had foundry experience. State wage expected for continuous employment. Address B. T. McBain, West Linn, Oregon. 4-21 FOR SALE 10 acres fino potato land, 4 miles out, price $1150; $400 down, balance $100 a year, 6 per cent inter est. W. H. Grabenhorst & Co., 275 State St. GARAGEI FOR SALE Central loca tion in Salem, standard equipment, large floor space, $25,000.00 business in 191(1; reasonable price and terms. Attorney W. A. Wicst, 312 Masonic building. . . 4-23 FOR SALE Team of bay mares, har ness and wagon, about 24UU lbs., age 5; guaranteed good workers. Price $324, a bargain. Call at 254 Ferry street Gilliam stable. Phone COS. 4-21 BEND, OREGON Is a rapidly grow ing town of six thousand inhabitants, good schools, churches and excellent climate. We want men and boys for employment in logging camps, saw mills, box and sash and door factories- Men with families preferred. Ad dress Knapp-Cheney Co m pany, Spaulding Building, Portland, Ore gon. 4-25 FELL 1500 FEET San Francisco, April 20. Lyman Doty, local aviator, fell 1500 feet while testing a new aeroplano at the beach at noon today. The machine was wreck ed but Doty escaped with minor injur ies. 27Vi acres prunes 2 miles from Salem, good rock road, fine location, $225 per acre. 260 acres 12 miles from Salem, about 220 acres in cultivation, fine grain and cattle ranch, in the finest farming dis trict in the valley, 4 miles to railroad station, close to school, running water, fine spring, best buy in Marion county. Price S50 00 per acre. . Terms. H. A. JOHNSON & CO. Oregon Wholesale and Retail Hide and Metal Company Salem and Portland JUNK! JUNK! JUNK! OF EVERY DESCRIPTION WANTED REMEMBER, never in the history of the world was there such demand for all kinds of junk. a It Is worth your time to read these ads every day. I will quote the prices I am paying ..for ..paper, rags, bottles, sacks, metals, wire, hides, iron, wool, mohair, etc., etc. In brief, if you have anything to sell that is not made of wood, I WILL BUY IT AND PAY YOU THE HIGHEST POSSIBLE1 PRICE.' For instance I will pay 85c per hundred pounds for old paper, iron, any kind 60c a hundred. , SAXEM PHONE 399 f Portland Phone Marshall 1940. ! ADDRESS 274 FRONT STREET, ' PORTLAND. I I 197 SOUTH COMMERCIAL, SALEM NEW TODAY ADS WILL BE ) read in the Journal ia all live j Marion eounty homes Try 'em. ' SNAPS o granges are food for you eat mora of them. When rou order today. Oik for Surv kiit. They ara uniform!) good orange. Sunkist Uniformly Gaod Oranges CaafaraUFraaGrmnE Willamette Student Body Officers Nominated In addition to the student body nomi nation for next year at Willamette uni versity this year two amendments of prime importance were passed. The first was an amendment to the consti tution raising the student body fee from $2.50 to $5 per semester. The other amendment was to the by-laws. It pro vided for the amount to the Willamette Collegian being raised from 25 cents to 50 cents per -semester.- Both of these amendments were passed with little op position, the required two-thirds vote wag easily attained by the affirmative. In the nominations for next year's student body officers Harry Bowers re ceived the first nomination for presi dent. Warren Booth was also nominat ed. Both men are popular and capable of the duties. A close race is predicted. Lola Cooley at present president of the junior class was trie only nominee for vice-president.- For secretary, Evelyn Reigelman and Helen Goltra were named as candidates. The selection for the treasurer '8 office lies between Har old Nichols and Blaine Bedinrfield. Both are sophomores. Donald Matthews was the only one nominated for editor-in-chief o'f the Willamette Collegian. He is at present city editor of the Colleg ian. Earl Cotton, the present manager. and Lyle Bartholomew were nominated as manager of the Collegian. The elec tion will fake place a week from today. The polls will be open from 10 a. m. un til 4 p. m. Salem Fruit Union Calls for Meeting Robert Paulus has issued a call for a meeting of all stock holders of the Salem Fruit Union and all farmers in terested to meet Saturday at 2 o'clock at the office of the Union to hear pro posals from the Wittenberg-King Co. Stanley Armstrong, field manager of Wittenberg-King will bo present at the meeting and tell of the workings 'of their evaporating process and explain to the growers what the company will do. He will also make contracts with the growers for a certain amount of acreage for carrots," cabbage, potatoes, celery, onions, spinach, beans and green prunes. The contracts will run from one to ten yeajs. The Wittenberg-King company al ready has an extensive evaporating plant at The Dalles and has already bought land on the river front in Sa lem and made arrangements to begin the erection of buildings in order to begin active operations this summer. Their plant will handle a certain ton nage of vegetables, and through this firm the farmer may tie assured of a market according to the contract price. GORDON-arVi. - ARROW form'fit COLLAR CtUETT,rEABODY&CQVCMAKER5 HOME AT LAST The Keith Konqueror Shoes which have been on road about 6 weeks, are home at last, and wait your inspection. If you want snappy shoes we have them. We aso carry the well known Tilt Shoe' and Buckingham and Kecht genuine army shoes. 1 A. J. PARIS Shoe Shop 139 GRAUDUATE FROM ISTJW TODAY New Officers Get Month's I Leave Before Reporting for Duty i West Point, N. Y., April 20. Urg ing thein to do their :!bif in the world war which theVnited States has entered, Secretary of War Baker presented 139 West Point graduates their diplomas today and added them I to the roster of officers of the United States army. ' Indirect references to the eonscrip tion issue which now face the gov ernment brought cheers of approval from the crowds which packed the ' academy g'ymnasium. While the ceremonies were in pro gress, two aeroplanes from the govern Imeiit station at Mineola alighted on the grass plain outside. They had been driven here by Captain J. W. Butts and Lieutenant H. S. Martin in thirty two minutes. Secretary Baker emphasized the need for universal military training and was cheered bv the cadets, whose gradua tion was advanced sixty days because or me war. With Major General Hugh L. Scott, chief of staff, and Mrs. Baker, the secretary reviewed the West Point bat talion after the graduation ceremony. The new officers left at once on a special train for New York foT a months leave of absence before report ing to the commands to which they have "been ordered. Rehfelds Murderer Purchased a Cap Seattle, Wash., April 20. His hands and coat sleeves covered with blood, the man believed to have murdered Aaron Rehfeld, diamond broker, in the Joshua Green building hero yesterday noon, rusuca into the Hurnside hat store and calmly purchased a cap, a tew minutes alter the crime had been committed. This new angle of the stabbing was discovered by a reporter today, and communicated to the police. The hat shop is only half a 1 bloek from the Green building. A new theory today was that the murderer did not make his frantic I exit from the Green building by ele vator, but dashed, down one or more flights of stairs and then escaped to the alley by the file escape. Clerks in tne hat shop say tho hatloss man came from the alley. Salem Wffl Send Two Delegates The average man doesn't think seri ously about a food shdrtage. Yet there are those who believe something should be done to meet tho present serious situation of a threatened shortage in the food supplies of the nation. Rob ert S. Paulus, president of the State Horticultural society, received a tele gram this morning from President Kerr of O. A. C, asking him to attend a conference in Portland- As ir. Paulus had called a meeting of the stockholders of the Salem Fruit Union to confer with a representative of tho Wittenberg-King company Sat urday atternoon, he will be unalde to attend. He has appointed Dwight L. Woodruff, sales manager of the Salem Fruit Union to represent the company and C. D. Jlinton or Portland to rep resent the State Horticultural society. Prices of All Supplies Keep Climbing Higher It. is now up to the good housekeeper to keep the family table going at the rate established during the past few years and at the same time keep the grocery and meat bill from growing all out of proportion to the head of the family's income, which most cer tainly has not been keeping pace with the advancing prices. Jim Portland re ports note an advance in the wholesale TODAY'S BASEBALL SCORE National K. H. . E. Boston 4 9 1 -New York 2 8 1 Ragan and dowdy; Tesrcau, Smith and AlcCarty. (14 innings ) E. IT. K. :5 5 1 4. 8 a Alexander and Brooklyn Philadelphia ... Chcnev and Killifer.' Millc R. II. K. Cincinnati S 11 3 St. Louis 7 9 2 Schneider, King and Wingo; Watson, Ames and Snyder. H, H. K. .... 1 0 .... 0 7 1 Elliott: Gri- Chicago Pittsburg .: Demarce, Packtrd and ner and Fischer, Wagner, American Boston postponed, rain. Ncw Vorl;- R. H. E. Philadelphia 6 9 0 Washington 4 12 1 .1. Johnson and Schang; Gallia, Ay- ,! U, Ml r. i rr I "' t tf ti Detroit 7 10 3 Cleveland 4 4 1 . Boland and Spencer; Morton and O'-! Neil. I?. II. E. St. Louis ; 4 7 4 Chicago 5 -8 0 Sothoron and Severoid; Cieotte and Senator INTEREST 3 PER CENT San Francisco, April 20. The inter est rate on the $200,000,000 war bonds to be sold through the federal reserve banks has beeu raised from 2 to 3 per cent, it was announced today at the reserve bank. CITY COUNCIL WILL ADVISE ENGINEER Meet Tonight To Quiet Fears of Government Engineers A meeting of the city council has been called for this evening by Mayor Walter E. Keyes to pass resolutions to the effect that the proposed bridge over the Willamette river will not in any way interfere with any water front or harbor improvements contemplated by the City of Salem. Also to secure an expression of opinion from the city fathers as they approve of tho con struction . of the bridge at Center street. It seems that the government's en gineers must be assured that the bridge will not interfere with any docks that the city expects to build before they will go on with the work. To give them this assurance, and that everything is all right, the council will be asekd to pass a resolution to that effect, which will be presented to tho engineers at their meeting with the state highway commission tomorrow in Portland. As the Willamette is a navignblo stream, the government engineers require all kinds of information. It is possible that a mass meeting of citizens may be called to further impress the engineers that everybody is willing that the bridge should be built and that Cen ter street is a satisfactory location. SAYS IT IS STICKY BUT M WILL CARE Cincinnati Man Tells How to Shrivel Up Corns So They Lift Out Ouch If!?!! This kind of rough talk will be heard less here in town if peoplo troubled with corns will follow the simple advice of this Cincinnati authority, who claims that a few drops of a drug called freezonc when applied to a tender, aching corn stops soreness at once, and soon the corn dries up and lifts right out without pain. xie says ireezono is a Biicay sou- siance wnicn ones immeuiaieiy nu HOC! IIIXIBUII-B Ul CICIi 11I11VIV3 l surrounding tissue or skin. A quarter ot an ounce, which will cost very littlebm , 'refem,d b 0. M. vhimmcr flf at any drug store is said to be , suffi -,Portlalld) Bn4 it clate8 to limiting'the . ai!,, wn nnn. w Millinn. of American women will welcome this announcement since tho inauguration of the high heels. Annual Performance -In Solid Steel Arena With four rings and two steel arenas, hundreds of new animals and dozens of new acts, the Al. O- Barnes big four ring wild animal circus is coming to Salem on Friday, May 11. The entertainment provided by the Barnes circus is original, new, clean and instructive. Many sensational and thrilling: features abound throughout tho program which is opened by the most gigantic animal pageant conceiv able, a march that includes lOOtl an imals in igloripus scintillating trap pings, 500 people and natives of the wild Nianzi. country. The program is full of dash and life as daring animal educators risk their lives in teaching and presenting ferocious beasts in thrilling and extraordinary circus acts. Thirty of the largest, full grown, man eating African lions are seen in one act. This big sensational . exploit is remarkable. $50,000 worth of lions are seen in the arena at one time, n single man putting them through their performances. A troup of thirty bears is a part of the wild animal actor section. Amer ican and Itussinn grizzlies, cinnamon, sable, sloth, polar and black bears ute seen mostly in comedy lines and eques trian and wrestling features. Two herds of elephants among them a secrcd Burmese baby elephant which has been educated to let a sea "lion ride on its back Martha Florine and her leopards -in leaping and fire hoop jumping, "Sam son" an aviation lion, are also some of the thrillers. Augmenting the wild animal fea tures are many other highly educated animals in acts of less "shivery" na ture. Dogs and monkeys in high- dive and trapeze work goats, pigs and Barnes challenge horses and ponies nre nromiiieiit.lv displayed. Over 1000 animal actors in Vi feature acts. A score of human clowns and fifty ani mals provide the fun. Electric, fans, electric lights, seats with back and foot rests make for the comforts of the patrons. A jungle nursery for the kiddies, and the big free two-mile long street parade at 1:30 for everybody. Doors open at 1 and 7 p. m. Perform ances at, 2 and 8 p. m- The new show grounds this year will be "the Ball Park, foot of State street. nrice of (K) cents a barrel for flour. rv,.., ,f Wheat, that stand-by-or a irt,i.n t irm now retails for 25 cents I t.apUnap. find a i nine aim icn "humi 1 . " . I 11 . R ....! f.. ,.- . in 1.. ...,. I prom is Still selling ai j renin m,,,.. but the grocers are paying more for it. Just at present, tbmr 1ms no estab lished retail price but with the ad vancing wheat market, dealers would not. be surprised to see $12 a barrel as fin nvernce price. FOR CR0U Dennis Eucalyptus Ointment Tube 25C Jh 60c tLjivA HP K t$AUtvc. turn vmul'nmi I the Red Cross companv Condon. '-. tyafp HftHCP NpWC ' h,at0 I r,h"' Commissioner O. P. Huff UWIC UUUdC ! is receiving many requests for copies ,f the Oregon minimum wage law for no- w . i in, t .i j i .i I men and the ten-hour luw in mills ami May 1, 1917, i, the date when the or- fa,tHri0S) thc eoustitutionalil v of v.hick der of the public service commission : has been upheld by the United Sti:te relating to the complaint of thc Port-1 supreme court in a decision handed land Chamber of Commerce against the'',,nvn "'oceutly. The applications come railroad lines in the tato that the I M,e'' ,','.rso"l ' . , . states. The matter ..a been m tho charges made for hauling the "long and J courts since 1'Jl.l, when an action was bulky" articles, or articles which were; brought against F. A. Hunting, manager too long and bulky to eo into tho car1"1 a raciory, on octoner Ji, J!i:i, lor by means of the side door, goes into ef feet. The order upholds the contention of the Portland chamber that tho rates charged were excessive, unjust, and dis criminatory. The complaint was filed against the Southern Pacific Tailroad, tho Oregon Klectrie railroad, thc Oregon-Washington Railway & Navigation company, and the Spokane, Portland & Seattle railroad. Socretary of State Olcott has sent to the. director of the United States Geo logical Survey the names of the automo bile owners of the state so that topo graphical maps of the roads may be sent to them by that department. W. E. Newton, manager of a water utility in Portland, has written to the public service commission stating that he will be glad to give the water to the school children who wish to raise gard ens and so reduce the seriousness of the food situation. Secretary nf Kttn nb.ntt . Lmm.j ti,a jl. ;,.t!i;. t ..aln k TVTn . 1, -,, f ,.,.., flt .... nWH,m. Thp nount of the levy in school districts. Fire Marshal Jay Stevens, of Tort land, and Deputy District Attorney Bobinson, of Multnomah county, were Here on an official visit to State Insurance- Commissioner Wells this morning They will come to this city about June 1 to open (he fire marshal's office, which will be connected with the insur ance department. The department will have offices in tho state house. The Estacadn Co-operative Cheese as sociation filed articles of incorporation this morning with a capital of $2,500 for the manufacture of dairy products. The incorporators are Irwin D. Wright, E. 1). Allen, 11. M. Stnndish and W. (iivons. The business of crushing and reduc ing ores is proposed by the Western lioducing company with a capital of $10,000 und head' offices in Portland. Ihc incorporators nre John It. Hank, I.- j. Hank ami Jacob A. Hank. Supplementary articles were filed by the Alt. Hood Creamery company chang ing the name to the Sandy Creumery company. Certificate of dissolution was Tiled bv 56., .yij'.-,'.',.'-.'' 7 i Ji. 11 ni i --- ) ,'s it i t XXZi&i u ',.,.,. . Tlir An him WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY I III (lllUrJli APRIL 25th and 26th . IllL USUI II IS Twice Daily: 2:30-8:15 P. M. . (A MATINEES: Adults 25c and 50c; Children 25c; lo) Y Nights 25c, 00c and 75c: y I I Ift-S I I IVI H H B Ka lilt V flfiU I til' jar carjiiT' ' Direct irom its F if 1 8 Days where It 7V,, V "AJ nuiiwng an employe more tnan ill hours. W. Im'it Thompson carried it to the Ore gon supremo court where the judgment ' of the lower court was upheld. Berlin, in asserting that her U-boat warfare is "worth the price," has over looked tho feet that her foes will have a little something to ny about the price. W. J. PAnERSONM. D.Y. Graduate ..Veterin arian, Licensed to Inspect Stock. Up- to-Date Methods, Medicine and Oper- ting Table. Phones: office 278, ! Res. 1961. 420 S. Commercial I THE CONQUEROR The general at tho head of a vic torious army is not the only con queror. The grocer who is willing to forego a larger profit by send ing you a large wrapped loaf of llolsum when yon merely ordered "bread" has conquered and won your good will by sending you bis very best. Cherry City Baking Co. Salem, Oregon r, -wr' I i A Paid Admissions f,U ' n rv-r vl ' . v. i i. . . : i I, in , I -