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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, JAN. 14, 1916.
Great Sale of Sunkist Oranges
' We have secured a large lot of these fine Oranges
at a price much below that paid by other merchants.
126 TO THE BOX TODAY ONLY
30c per Dozen; 2 Dozen for 55c
By the Box $2.65
Order early before supply is exhausted.
MOLL'S COUNTRY CURED HAMS
For Saturday Only 18c per Pound.
ROTH'S COFFEE will be served to all that come to
our store. It would please us greatly to serve you to
a cup of Roth's Gem Blend which retails at 35c per
pound, compared with coffee you are paying 40c for.
FISHER'S BLEND AND ART FLOUR
Commencing Monday, January 17th, Fisher's
Blend will be demonstrated at our store. The Fisher
mills will ship their display from the San Francisco
fair to our store including the big colored man. This
is an event worth while for Salem. The Roth store
being the only stop to be made in Oregon. All those
that had the pleasure of visiting the Panama Ex
position well remember the splendid exhibit' the
Fisher Mills had and the thousands of people that
were served to Fisher's Scores, which will be served
at our store. Baking will be done in an electric
i ange, kindly donated for the occasion by the Port
land Railway, Light & Power Co.
Roth Grocery Company
No Interference In
M Iff V-t
MeXlCO S All (UTS let
(Ceutlnued from rage One.)
ci'icfinH, ' ' and "rcinemoer tho Cusi"
(the shortened name of tho mining
company employing the Santa Ysnbel
victims) sounded out above tho roar of
tho riot. Soon the troublo was beyond
control of tho police, mid n hurry c ill
wis sent for soldiers. I
General Pershing lit once sent troop
ers from Fort lHi.su, with orders to put
the city under ninrtitil law nud to clear
.Four abreast, the troops marched tho
streets and compelled all of tho rioters
to seek their homes. In tho onrly
hours of the morning they h id swept
everyone from tho riot zone alter tho
troublo had become so bad that even
bellboys in the hotels attacked Mexi
Willi the news of Ilio riot came word
that u meeting of Americans hnd been
held just outside of Kl I'uso in which
they plitdgcd Ihenisolves to invade
Mexico, in fact, it wis reported that
tiiey are nlrendy mnrpMus ngninst a
reported gathering of Mexican,, . ,
j no rrvw.is mured of uiexicuns had
fresh fuel today when further reports
of executions of Americans filtered in
to the city. luid Kr liner was report
ed to have been hilled by Villislns be
tween Guerrero and M illicit. His son
licit is known to havo been executed
Villa Loader Executed.
Carran7.il reports today said General
Podriguez, prominent Villistu lender,
It .nl been executed. Villa detailed him
t') burn tho $3,000,000 plant of the
l'oninu Mining company at Madera,
Recording to reports. With forty fol
lowers he approached the mills, but
was surrounded by American nud Mexi
can residents o.t' Madera and eiupluyes
of the coiup.my, Finding themselves
trapped, the Mexicans surrendered.
Cnriiiu.a reports were that both Rod
riguez and t hief of Slnl'f Alinnda were
lit Once executed. Their followers nre
A Rainy Day Need
Not Be Dull
Cheer up! Get to work
vv Ailv Strong, easy fitting,
ifcs Imlit. and water-
.i Uoth'X l:ilie$ stop
water from run
ning in at the front.
Mack, Yellow or Ollve llukl. -vFr-P.-ot.torllat,"5cenU
RilWMitoii CuarmitrrJ i,ffiAet!
! Cheerful Wash Days
Nothing to do on wash day except to
gather up the clothes, send for our'
wagon and await their return, when
upon examination you find your gar
ments spotlessly clean and sweet.
Further examination shows no Gar
ment missing, shrunken or faded.
Comparing our bill with what home
washing costs, you find you saved
money and a day as well.
' Such are the happenings on the cheer
ful wash days that are being spent by
scores of women in this city. Spend one
. yourself. You'll appreciate what they
mean. Call our wagon now. ,
13G-16G Liberty Street
believed to have. mot a Biniilnr fato.
Offsetting this report e.ime word to-
day -of Cnrrnnz.i defeats at Escalon nntt
L-ib.iH.-jo. Thirty i'ivo hurdred men
were suit! to havo been engnged in the
Escalon bnttlo on tho Curranza side.
Will Keep Mobs in Check.
Kl l'uso, Texas, Jan. 14. Excepting
a recurrence tonight of tho anti-Mexican
rioting that shook the city las
night military officials this afternoon
made all preparations to meet it.
A provost guard of 250 infantrymei.
patrol tho Mexican quarter, and cav
alrymen with loaded revolvers lino
rifles wero held in readiness to enlei
down town streets before dark, tho
their presenco during tho day had bcei.
As n special precnution against trou
ble, General Perishing, commander here,
prohibited tho holding of a muss meet
ing in Cleveland Squure tills afternoon,
nt which ex-Governor lurry, of is
Mexico, n member of Colonel Roose
velt's rough riders, was to havo i
tho principal speaker, Tho. meeting
was called as a result of the massacre
of IS Americans Monday mid niithoi
tics feared it might cause a. Wild in
cendiury outburst among the already
high strung populace.
Tho reported arrest' of (lengia,
Rodriguez, a Villista bandit lender, ni
Madera was supported only by th
statement of the local Cnrrnnzista con
sul, whilo it was impossible to confirm
it because wires to Mudefii were down
The reported massacre of 12 Amcricnni
at Madera was discredited.
Whilo the city was quiet today, tin
people worn decidedly "nervous" over
what the night might bring. , Indif
nation lit the iSaiita Ysnbel murders hud
not abated; in fact it was famed by u
city full of American mining men inn
cattlemen driven' out of Mexico, win
bitterly condemn the administration's
"watchful waiting" policy of inactiv
ity. The martini law regulations that pre
vailed In tho city last night during
iiiitl-.Muxicnn outbreak were slightly re
laxed today, though with tho provost
guard on duty in tho Mexican quarter.
I most of tho denisens of that section
remained within doors, terrorized, feur-
I lag to run afoul of riotous Americans
, or into ft bayonet if they ventured into
tint American qunrtel.
Relatives of Murdered
Man Voice Protest
Sun Francisco, Jan. M. Seeking the
blood of revenge for the death of
their brother in the Santa Ysnbel in is
sncre, William 11., Kdward J., Coving
ton and Sydney l'ringlo today were
outspoken in condemnation of Presi
dent Wilson and In favor of .American
Intervcnt ion in Mexico. .
They hnd nlrendy forwarded n pro
test to the administration and had be
sought the nid of Senator I'hclun In
bringing tho murderers to justice,
"Wilson's 'watchful waiting' policy."
said William l'riuiile. ," is bearing the
fruits we nil knew it would bear when
ho first presented it to the nation. He
seems to think that he can sacrifice
HUNTED TO DEATH
De Facto President Sends
Message to Press of
Chihiiiiliuft City, Mcx., Jan. 14. Gen
eral Trevino, Cnrrnnzista commander,
today personally headed a force of ad
ditional troops in pursuit of the Hants
Ysnbel mnuruudcrs who Monday slew
IS Americans in cold blood. Trevino
declared ho would not only round up
thoso responsible, hut that ho would
wage a relentless eampnifgn of oxter
miiuition ngninst General Villa and his
No word has come regarding tho fate
of the family of Beit Kramer, who Was
slain by bundits near Madora. There
is grave fenr, too, for Ben Knoll and
Frank Woods, cattlemen, who have been
missing siueo Saturday.
.' Carrnnza's message rend: . '
"The murderous attack on a passen
ger train near Chihuahua City was
mude by tho only remaining band of
outlaws in that region. It is being
actively pursued in order to ensue cap
ture, whereupon tho condign punish
ment which thn crimo deserves will bo
meted out to every guilty participant.
"Constitutionalist troops have been
ordered to establish strong patrols from
end to end of tho railway line in order
to tortenu against, similar outrages.
"You will make this declaration to
the press of tho United States."
Washington, Jan. 14. All Americans
at Madera, Mexico, where a fresh mas
sacre was reported, are safe, according
to stato department messages forward
ed today from El Paso, ffhe report that
12 Americans wro murderod thcro wap
unfounded, said tho advices.
the pcoido of his county in order to
try out ins tiioonos. '
In their appeal to the president, the
four brothers dccl.ucd: "We aro im
pelled to demand Hint our government
Hike immediately the stops necessary
to scuro tho safety of thoso of our chil-
lren who aro pursuing their loiriti-
matn business in Mexico and with all
the vigor tiiero in in ns, we ask that
those Mexicans who took part iu this
massacre, bo apprehended xni exe
cuted," Telegram of Protest.
Los Angeles, I'nl., Jan. 14 Relatives
of Los Angeles men killed by bandits
in .Mondftv's massacre in Mexico today
joined in preparing ft telegram to be
sent president Wilson, demanding veil
geance for thn murders.
The following victims will probibly
be brought hero for final disposition:"
t'. 11. Watson, L. liobinson, J. P.
Coy, Iiiehnrd P. McIIattoii and W. 1).
1 'en ice.
Pringle's Body On Way
To San Francisco
San Francisco, .Tun. 14. The body of
Charles A. l'ringle, who was murdered
1y Villist.is in .Mexico, will arrive to
morrow, uwmg to tae prostrated coa
lition of Pringle's mother, funeral ar
rangements havo been delaved.
l'ringle 'a four brothers were unani
mous in declaring today that tiiey do
not want compensation for his death.
"We want our national honor vindi
cated ind a national insult avenged,"
said William B. l'ringle. "We want
our government to take such Bction as
is necessary to stop all such horrible
No Fatal Accidents
, Reported to Commission
During Past Week
Out of LIS accidents reported to the
state industrial accident commission
during the week ending yesterday there
wero no fatnlties. Two "accident's were
reported from Marion county when
Frank Ziebinski, of Salem, sustained n
crushed finger in a sawmill and Fred
I.cUi, of Sale in, bruised his thumb as a
Of tho lotal number reported 102
were subject to (he workmen compen
sation net; 24 were front nubile t.H
ity corporation; 28 wero from other
firms and corporations- who have re
jected tho provisions of the act; 4
were from firms nnd corporations who
do not employ labor in hazardous oc
cupation. The following shows the number of
accidents by industry: (sawmill 1)7;
logging 10; meat packing 10; construc
tion Id; iron and steel works 0; trans
fer company 4; light and power 0;
transportation fi; pnpermill V; cooper
ago company 2; railroad operation 24;
ice luanutacturing g; saint ami gravel
comminy 2; dredging 2; the following
one each: Machine shop, auto works,
larmer, mining, rooting company, beat
ing company, oil manufacturing, milk
company, enrage, door miiiiiifaeturinir.
woodsuw, plumbing, brick works, flour
mills, can company, carpenter, traveler
on highway, wholcsnlo house, grocery,
auto works, cement company.
Portland, Or., Jan. 11. "Something
good for xorn eyes."
That's the mystic password In the
sanctum of bold bootleggers here.
Testimony to this effect yi Intro
duecd in tho trial of B. A, Day, deacon
iu a local colored church, charged with
Dnv used to live In Tncnms.
"THE OLD HCLIABLE"
fflOMItKIN 93 MF-NRYBr. BHO'lKLVN.HV.;
I unuwHiiii n.Un I NML HUM HT M.ll mum I
n c w s r. MlTftTll)S-i J
Remain at the Top of
The Heap of Y. M. C. A.
Standing of the Teams.
r.,..:tni n..a:nARn n. q n
Bishops 2 1
i.apit.u national lianK ..z i
Fry Drug storo 2 1
Price -Shoe? Co 1 2
Watt' Shipp I 2
i. i.. i i it-- , .
ruuiiuuru v. u-iiiu-iH i
. The Capital Business college team
still retains its percentage of 1000 and
heads the Commercial basketball ,
league. The Bishops dropped gamo to
tho Cleaners last night and lowered
their percentage to .u'G7. Last night
was also a bad night for the sporting
goods men wiio appear to be tropical
birds only as both the Watt Shipps and
the llausers lost by one sided scores.
The C.ipitul National Hankers beat the
watt hhipp's aggregation 22 to 2 and
IFry's druggists trimmed the llausers
28 to i.
The scores follow:
Cap. Xnt'l Bank. Watt Shipp Co.
Price (4) F Rowland
Carver (fi) V Oahlsdorf
Hnker (10) . C Humphrey
William's (2) O Mounnnn
M.irr (t (2) Fuhrer
Final score: ' Capital Nat'l Bank,
22; Watt Shipp Co., 2.
Bishops. Standard Cleaners.
Sweeney (4) F (14) Hart
Kadelltr (I) r (4) Curtiss
Keamster (2) C (2) ..Niederkromc
Ringle , O White
Ramsayer (2) U (2) Alford
Lucker Q Bayes
Fin.il score: . Standard Cleaners 22,
Cap, Bus Collego Price Shoo Co.
Cox (2) F (4) Shnccr
Turner (2) F Welsh
Mclntyre (14) C (It) Brill
Minton, Ben (10) G Bayes
Kavanugh G Hamsayer
Final score: Capital Business Col
lege, 30; Price Shoo Co., 111.
Mauser Bros. Fry Drug Co.
Manning F .' (10) Brooks
Borger F (2) Clark
IFry (2) C .... (s) McKinney
Welborn (t , (4) Hill
DeLapp G .. (2) Minton, Joe
Final score: Fry Drug Co. 28; Il.uis
er Ilros., 2.
Ofliciils Referee: O. E. Frnnlike;
timers, 11. S. Hadcliff nnd .1. 11. Far
rar; scorer, Oscar B. Gingrich.
GREGG SIGNS CONTRACT
Portland, Or., dan. 14 Dave Greyg's
signed contract to pitch for the Beav
ers this season reposes in .ludgo Me-
Credie's desk tod.iy. He arrived from
Spokane yesterday and immediately af
fixed his signature to the document.
FRED KELLY GETS PLACE
I.os Angeles, Cal., Jan. 14 Fred Kel
ly, hurdler of the I'niversity of South
ern California, was notified today ae
had been given a place on this year's
AU-Americiiii track and field team.
NEGRO IS CHAMPION
IOs Angeles, Cal., Jan. 14. Howard
Drew, the negro sprinter who holds th"
world's record mark in the 100 yard
lash, will leave lor the east tomorrow
to compete in (he national champion
ships. He is in good condition, .nid ex
pects to stage a "comback."
No Increase In Voting
Precincts In This County
Certificates of the county clerks to
Secretary of State Olcott show that
for convenience of conducting the pri
insrv nn.l penern M,.tinn in lOlll n
total of 1H2H election precincts has
boJn established iu the scverul coun
ties by tiie respective county courts. In
ills ot such precincts second election
boards have been appointed. For con
ducting the elections in 1914 there
were 1107 established precincts, with
second hoards iu fhtH precincts. The
largest increase iu the number of pre
cincts is in Multnomah county, which
has been increased from 32(1 In 1014 to
t7!3 iu lit I (I, Second election boards
were provided for in 315 of tho pre
cincts iu 11' 11, while iu 101(1 second
election bonrds are provided for in 301
precincts. In the counties of Colum
bia, Linn, Marion, Morrow, Washing-
tun and heeler no increase in tae
number of precincts appears to have
been mode, while iu tlu other counties
the increase has been from 1 up to 41),
the latter covering Multnomah.
GOI.T) MEDAI, Hnailen Oil Capsules
will bring new life and quickly relieve
mat Mojipeii up congested feeling. They
will thoroughly demise and wash out
the kidneys nnd blnddcr and gently
carry off the ill effects of excessct of
all kinds. Tho healing, soothing oil
soaks right into the walls and lining of
tho kidneys and expels the poisons in
your system, Keep your kidneys In
good shape by daily use of GOLD
MKDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules and you
will have good health. Go to your
druggist at once and secure a package
of this, time-honored, world-wide rem
edy. It is not a "patent medicine." It
is passed upon by IT, 8. Government
chemists and doclared pure before corn-
inn Into this country. GOLD METAL
is the pure, original Haarlem mi, im
ported direct from the ancient- labora
tories In Holland where it Is the Na
tlonsl Household Remedy of the sturdy
Dutch. ! look for the name GOLD
MF.DAlj on every box. Aftcept no sub
stitute.; Your druggist will gladly re
fund your money if uot at represented.
Jess Willard May Meet
Frank Moran in New York
New York, Jan. 14. Tex Richard in
timated today that his proposal for a
Jcfs Willard-Frank Moran bout here
March 'I is going through without a
hitch. The promoter of the Jeffrie
Johnson bout expected to receive word
at anv time from Chicago that Willird
had signed the articles of agreement.
illard will be required to deposit
ft guarantee of $1,1100 as soon as he
signs the articles. Tho promoters have
agreed to have the entire linount of
the purse in the hands of stake holders
48-iiour before the fight.
Kick Hid would give no definite state
ment as to where the bout will bo held.
It is known that Madison Square Har
den, a large theatre, and ft big struc
ture formerly used as 1 car barn, aro
Hickard says nil seats will be re
served. Thev will range in price from
$10 to $100."
Seattle, .Wash., Jan. 13. No action
regarding tho selection of ft successor
to Gilinour.Dobio as football coach at
tho I'niversity of Washington will be
tuken until next week. The commit
too which has charge of selecting three
or four candidates out of 25 or more
applicants, failed to do so at last
night's meeting. Before next Wed
nesday the committee will get together
on the subject and the list will be sift
ed and probably three names presented
to the board
O'BRIEN AND ANDERSON.
Scattlo, Wash., Jan. 13. Danny O
Brien and Harry Andorson, light
weights knocked off training today.
They will meet in a four round tilt at
the local Elks club tomorrow night.
O'Brien is from Portland nnd Ander
son is from Vancouver, B. C.
PLAY TOO CLEAN TO WIN
rortl.md, Or., Jan. 14. "Wo play
too clean down in California," said
Manager Killduff of tho University of
California basketball team before de
parting today for Seattle to meet the
I'niveisity of Washington quintet.
Since invading the northwest Kill
duff's team has lost three and won tw
The farther south you go the cleaner
the play. When you net to Los Anceles
the players are continually apologizing1
to eacn otner. '
jinn wiio uicFu viorus ivuiviuit went
WILLARD DECLINES MATCH
New York, J .in. 14 Jess Willard
wired today that lie cannot fight Frank
Moran in March here, but if a later
date, say Memorial Day is selected, he
will meet him.
Continued Snow Calls
Out Strange Vehicles
On Salem's Streets
The horse is much in' evidence on
Salem's streets nowadays and the auto
which is said to bo rapidly supplanting
"Old Dobbin" is relegated to tho ga
rage where the water won't freezo in
the radiitor. Wheeled vehicles havo
s.iowa n tendency to collect too much
snow anil today laundry wagons, bak
ery wagons and numerous other deliv
eries of merchandise aro being mounted
on sled runners.
Some of the transfer men have en
tirely discarded their heavy drays and
ire carrying on their business on bob
sleds. Hob sleds nre scarce in Salem
however, and most of the snow vehicles
bear tho marks of recent manufacture.
Coasting has been added to Salem's
winter sports also and bob sleds for
coasting with an auto steering wheel
to control the front bob have taken the
place of tho Packard as a pleasurable
Five Persons Indicted
For Attempting To
Violate Customs Laws
New York, Jan. 14. Five persons,
including one woman, were indicted to
day on charges of conspiring to ship
rubber secretly to Germany in violation
of customs laws.
The indicted persons: Edward Weber,
cousin of Alfred Weber of the Deutcho
bank, Purlin; pal Schmidt, n rubber
dealer; Max Jaeger; Mrs. Annie Deli-kr-rs,
a resident of Holland and KMiard
Wohlbcrg, a Bronx cement denier.
It was charged that, Jaeger came
here ns nn agent of Germany with a
plan to slip rubber through the British
blockade. He hnd a letter to Schmidt.
and it is alleged that Jaeger nnd Mrs.
Debitors attempted to ship rubber in
trunks, as personal effects, in violation
of customs regulations. These trunks
wero to be received in Holland by an
agent ot the system and then bo trans
ported luto Germany for much needed
OFFICIAL GOES TO WORK
Portland, Or., Jan. 14. Doning a
pair of high topped boots and sticking
a com cob pipe between nis teetn, com
missioner if Public Works George L.
Baker today took personal charge of
the army of unemployed men who are
shoveling snow from tho streets ot
Portland, Or., Jan. 14. The stork
Intervened in federal court today and
Lloyd B. Hyatt, former postmostcr at
Telocnsct, Oregon, win not be sen
tenced until July 3. A telegrnm to
Hyatt nnounced the birth of a son
ll'vatt hnd pleaded guilty to embei
uling 11500 government funds while he
A CALIFORNIA SCHEME.
Sacramento, Cal., Jan. 14.
Tired mothers of Glenn county
rejoiced today, for no longer
will it be nccessnry to spend
valuable time arguing with re
calcitrant youngsters over who
shall bring in the cow and wood,
who shall wash the dishes and
perform various other menial
Hereaftor splitting kindling,
milking cows, caring for the
baby, baking bread, taking a
bath, will count for additional
credits at school. S. McIIenry,
superintendent of Glenn county
schools, is the author of the
Charles. McNary Mentioned
For CongressU. G. Boyer
Out For Clerk
Many candidates have their ears to
the ground nowadays in spito of the
snow and tho air is full of political
rumors. Tho latest rumor about Salem
says that Judge Charles L. McNary is
to bo n candidate for congress against
Willis C. Hawloy, the present incum
bout. Mr. McNary bus a strong follow
ing throughout tho statu as well as
in this section where he is intimately
known and is considered a strong do
me nt in the political fiold. It is ex
pected that Mr. Hawley will also bo a
cuudidnte for tho republican nomina
tion tb usual. F. It. liingo, tho present
district attorney of Marion county, is
mentioned in somo quarters as a demo
cratic possibility fur congress but as yet
Mr. Eiugo has made no definito an
nouncement except that he is not to bo
u candidute .for the nomination for dis
trict attorney of this county.
County Clerk Max Gehlhar announced
todny that he would not again bo a can
didate for the office of county clerk
and Deputy County Clerk U. G. Boyer
his intention to seek the nomination
on the republican ticket. Mr. Boyor
has been clerk of tho circuit court nnd
deputy county clork for the last four
County Assessor Ben F. West, County
Recorder Mildred R. V.rooks, nnd Coun
ty Treasurer Drager will all bo candi
dates to succeed themselves and ail
stand by their record in office as thoir
best enmpnign cannon. County Sheriff
Esch who has held the offico two terms
states that ho is "neutral" on tho dec
laration questoion and will make no
statement either way. In tho event that
Mr. Each does not become n. candidnto
Tcputy Sheriff W. I. Needham will
make tho race.
County Judgo Bushey holds over for
two mere years in office under tho sta
tute nnd Commissioner J. T. Beckwith
has declared that ho will not bo a can
didate. Commissioner Goulct is reticent
ou the Bubject.
Governor Spry Pleads
For Duty On Wool
Salt Lake City, Utah, Jan. 14. A
plen for ft protective tariff on wool
was delivered by Governor Willinm
Spry of Utah, in his address of wel
come beforo tho fifty second annual
convention of tho National Wrool Grow
ers association. Tho chief executive
denounced the democratic tariff policies
which would keep wool on the free list.
The tariff question was not touched
on by President G. H. Hagenbnrth in
his annual address. More than 700
delegates wero iu attendance at tho op
ening session, and 300 nioro arrived in
time for tho afternoon session.
This is tho largest attendance ever
known nt a convention of livestock
men in tho United States.
Australian Wool Famine.
San Francisco, Jan. 13. Australin
faces a wool famino as tho result of tho
inroads war supplies are makinir ac
cording to Captain E. Harris of . tho
steamer Waitaimo arriving hero from
Tho Waitaimo carries a full cargo of
wool. Captain Harris says if tho war
Keeps up tno people of Australia will
all bo without coats. Their wool 1b
going into blankets and uniforms for
Two New Steamships
For Alaskan Line Soon
Olllllnml. Cnl.. .Tnn. II Annnonnn.
ment was ma.do by tho Alaska Steam
ship company here' today that two now
1400 ton linors, sister ships, have been
purchased by tho. company in Phil-
.l .I LI- t . - .
aueipuiu lor uuiy ociween uaiilnno,
Puget Bound and Alaska ports. The
vessels are tho Bennington and tho
Burlington of the Quaker line of Phil
adelphia. Thoy will bo renamed
Vnldoz and Juneau.
Ikith ships are now loading general
cargoes In Philadelphia and will leave
Aa noon la tllA lnniltnt it nnml.ita.l
Their cargoes - will' be discharged at
wiv new munivipui .quay wairnere ana
thi, formal wnlennm nt thn Kin tna.
senger and freight stenmers will be
given. Captain Fred Warner has beon
assigned the command of tho Benning
ton ami Cnntnin Peter McMi.ll.m tl,
Burlington. Both aro old time Pacific
coast snippers, uney leic ior tno east
to assume their new commands this
morninff. Thn ltenntnatnn nn.l Tliirlinf.
ton aro about 100 tons lnrger than the
Admiral Dewey ami Admiral Schley,
pfinnin nr inn i neiiir MiftnniatiMi pnm.
pnny now' on 1ho Oakland-PugK Sound
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first day it appears and notify as Im
mediately if it contains an error.
Minimum charge, 15c.
BOARD AND ROOM $4.50 per week.
202 8. Church. Phono ISOtilt. Janl7
HARRY Window cleaner. Phone
768. J"- 31
OAK, ash, old fir, second growth, cord
wood. 1'hone 1322J. Feb I
SECOND GROWTH FIR WOOD
$3.50 per cord. Phone 2249. tf
FURNISHED APARTMENTS 45.00
to $15.00. 491 North Cottage. tf
FOR RENT Ten room house, partly
furnished, close in. Inquire 605 N.
FOR SALE Baled oat striw. W. A.
Springor, Route 7, Box 97, Salem, Or
LOST Lady's small gold wateh and
fob. Fob engraved with letter
Phone 5D6-W. Reward. Jan 15
WANTED Lot of hot bod sashes, sec
ond hand, in good condition. Box 64,
E. F. D. No. S. JanlS
FOUND One shoep. Owner call at
Route 6, Box 139, Salem and identify
aud pay costs. Janl7
FOR SALE 40 acres of laud, ehoap if
taken soon. Adrcss T. N. A., Turner,
Oregon, Route 1, Box 4C. Jittl7
MONEY TO LOAi On well improved
fnrm land, by owner. Inquire 50(5
U. 8. Bank Bldg.
FOR RENT Housekeeping rooms in
urge suites irom so 10 o pur uhjuu.
Why pay more. Call at 343 1-2 Nortii
MANUFACTURERS Of all kinds col
ors of rag carpet. Call at O. n.
Grocory, 156 South 12tb street Lonis
Jakubec. Jan 27
WANTEli Parties to take Fiveral
eggs to incubate and raise emcaens
on shares. Eugene T. Prescott, KiOi)
Center street. Jar15
FOR SALE Our beautiful 7-rooin
residence. Worth $:i,S0(), will taao,
$2,800 if taken soon. Terms. Ad
dress Owner, care Journal. JanrW
WANTED Plain or fancy drcssmak-
. . . . ... .. iL . I.T.. W lU
ing, at Home or rjy mo uay. mm.
Byers, 152 South 13th Btrcet. Tele
phono 964W. JaulO
IIAY WANTED Good clover or vetch
and oats. Within hauling distance
of Oak Grove. AddroBs A. W. Bart
lett, Route No. 2, Salem. JanU
WANTED To trado clenr city prop
erty for small stock of groceries, or
general merchandise. Address E 20,
care of Journal. Janl
CALENDARS FOR 1916 Large fig
ures for practical use. Call or phone
Homer H. Smith, the Insurance Man,
McCornack Bldg. Phone 96. . Jan20
WANTED Information of Iva Louisa
Thomas Gordon, last hoard trom at
Salem, Orogon, general delivery. No
tify J. W. Thomas, Selma, Calif
Box 393. Feb9
WANTED Young man who means
l...a:nADa in tiinrn i t VI n If. And stock
raising. All registered stock. Ad
dress 71, Journal, giving references.
WANTED About 5 acres bcavcrdnm
or rich black cultivated, won iiraineu
soil, no gravel or Bwnle. Sloping
land towards south, when possible.
Cash when reason ible. State cash
and terms. Description of land, soil,
where situated, in ovory way, by let
tor, elso save stninps. Owners only,
no mortgage 55, caro Journal, Sa
FOR BALE 80 acres highly improved
lind, 7 head horses, 4 cowb, machin
ery, feed, hny, $S,500. Exchange, 10
ncrcs highly improved, 0 acres in
prunes, wants good resilience close to
Salem. Stock of merchandise invoic
ing $3,000, doing $2,500 ncr month,
exchango for Salem residence. 640
acres in Box Butte county, Nobraska,
well improved, $25.00 per acre, ex
chango for Willamette Valley Prop
erty. Lahcreo & CI irk, 143 North
' High street, Salem, Oregon.
NEED A WIDE-AWAKE ASSOCIATE
with a little capital. Will pay sal
ary of $125 per month and 10 per
cent en the investment, payable,
monthly, which I will secure wit-i
negotiable asset. . Have invested tn
Salem $2500, establishing a manufac
turing and distributing business, big
demand, with no competition. Other
phnts of this kind protected witK
patent rights net $20 to $40 per day.
Hh-llicr 'on have a I ih or not you
may never havo such another oppor
tunity to get on easy street with no)
risk financially whatsoever. All In
formation given fully and gladly by,
Mr. SiihCu, Capital hot.:.
SETTING UP WITH TUB MULB
Tortland, 0r.,7an. 14. "Who'll lit
up with the mule toulghtf "
This Is the bone of contention every
night among the crew of the river
steamer Tahoma, frozen solidly In tho
Columbia river ice between Portland
and The Dalles.
Somebody must sit tip all night ami
play witd the ship's mascot or he will
keep everybody awuko with his Incca
More thnn a week ,igo the Tnhoma
was frozen in and the pansengors taken
ashore. ' With little to do, the ereir
made a pet of the bnby mule which
was part of the cargo. -
Now be Insists" on being played with