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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOIRNAL, SALEM, OREGON. SATURDAY, FEB. 12, 1916.
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Portland Lost to
: . Seattle Last Night
(Continued from page 9.)
Must Stand for Cut.
Portland, Ore., Feb. 12 1'red Carisch
must stand for a cut in bis salary or
le unconditionally released, Judge Me
Credie, dean of the Portland Beavers,
eaid. McCredie believes he is carrying
around too many nigh priced players.
Butte to Be in League.
Tacoma, Wash., Feb. 12. Joe McGin
nity will be manager of the Butte base
ball club which is to be admitted to the
Northwestern league, according to re
ports received by baseball men here to
day. MeGinuity will in addition, it is
said, hold a controlling interest in the
operating company that controls the
players, but will not be interested in
the laud company that wil lercct the
A Speedy Boy.
New York. Feb. 12. Howard Drew 's
old-time speed on the paths has come
iraeK, track enthusiasts declared today
after seeing the colored sprinter equal
two world's records in the Fordhnra
university games last night. He won
a special 90-yard sprint from Joe Loom
is, of Chicago; and Eoy Morse, of the
finlem-Crescent club in 9 1-5 seconds. He
Also did 105 yards in 10 2-5.
Will Lays It to Luck.
New Orleans, Feb. 12. Harry Mills
of New Orleans, today blamed to pure
uck the fact that he was put to sleep
in the nineteenth, round by Sam Lang
ford last night.
Up to th time the knockout was
landed, Wills had easily outfought the
Boston negro. He had bnttered Lang
ford unmercifully and had him groggy
rtn one occasion. In the nineteenth,
however, Sam succeeded in slipping one
of his terrifie lefts to the jaw and
"Wills went down and out.
The Committee Dodged.
New York, Feb. 12. Maurice
I.oughlin and Tom Bundy, famous ten
nis players, will not know until March
17 whether they are to Be labeled pro
fessionals. It was learned today that the execu
tive committee of the United States Na
tional Lawn Tennis association, at its
meeting just closed here, had carefully
sidestepped the issue and postponed for
a month the decision whether to de
prive the two players; and others who
come in the same category, of their
amateur standing. McLoughlin and
Bundy are declared to have offended
by opening a sporting goods store in
POT POUBRI PARAGRAPHS
New York, Feb. 12. The Na
tional Indoor Tennis champion
ship for men will be staged on
the courts of the Seventh Regi
ment Tennis club here beginning
today. The Florida state out
door championship will be de
cided at the Palm Beaeh Tennis
Club courts February 28.
Minneapolis. Of the 600 jit
ney buses operating here last
fall, only 64 were left today.
Grand Forks, N. D. North
Dakota newspaper editors have
formed a mutual co-operative
fire insurance company, for the
protection of their plants.
Fort Dodge, la. Clara Gerd
Posendahl, young farmer who is
six feet and eight inches tall
and weighs 290 pounds, is mar
ried to a woman over six feet
How General Sarrail Drove
The Diplomats From Salonika
Journal New Today Ads de-
liver the goods.
The arrival of The Saxon Car makes the selection
of a car by the prospective buyer a more tedious
As The Saxon Car in respect to beauty, workman
ship, durability, power, etc., is in the class of better
cars; and the Price in a class by itself.
You can see this car on the streets of Salem, ride
in it, drive it yourself and the more you see of it, the
more convinced you will be that your next car will
Six cylinder 5-passenger, f. o. b. Salem . .
Four cylinder Roadster, f. o. b. Salem . .
See this car at The Capital Garage.
South Liberty Street.
By William O. Shepherd.
Salonica, Greece, Dec. 30. (By mail)
At last Salonica is spy proof. To
make it so has been a tough and a long
job. General Sarrail settled it all to
day in one grand cleanup that was full
of exciting incidents.
Ever since the allies came to Salonica
spies have been here. The German,
Austro-Hungarian, Bulgarian and Otto
man consulates have been open, as us
ual; the Salonica residents, represented
ny these consulates, have gone abont
their business; and t0 see German of
ficers, clatt in civilian clothes, dining
at a table next to British of French of
ficers has been no uncommon sight.
Many German and Austrian strang
ers also resided in the hotels. The al
lies had no control over their coming or
going. This situation was not so dan
gerous to the ally forces so long as
ucj. wire ugnting in Serbia, but when
the troops fell back into Greece and
Salonica became headquarters for the
field forces it was necessary at once
to remove from Salonica all enmy citi
zens and consular representatives. 1
Salonica, as a military precaution,
had to be made an all-ally city. Hoy to
do it was the question. The consuls
woud not go; their governments would
not recall them; and so long as they
remained their nationals would not
The beginning of the end came this
morning when a flock of three German
aeroplanes soared over Salonica and
dropped forty bombs on the surround
ing camps. At noon the visit was re
peated. Tho warships in the harbor
tireu snrapnel but missed the fliers. A
lonely Bulgarian shepherd, three miles
out of town on a hillside with his
flock of sheep, was hit by a German
shell and he and five of his sheep were
While the second lot " of Germin
B , aeroplanes was in tho air, General Sar
rail decided to get all enemy citizens
! out of the town as quickly as possible.
it required cignt itutoinobilea. Two
cars each went to the German, Aus
trian, Bulgarian and Turkish consul
ates and detachments of soldiers were
placed at all the entrances. A French
officer who entered the German con
sulate was met by Consul General Wal
ters with the remark:
"You have no right to invade Ger
man premises on Greek soil."
"The German .invaded Greek soil
with their aeroplanes this morning,
monsieur," said the Frenchman. The
j consulate was occupied by French sol-
diets and Walters was taken to French
j headquarters with nil his staff. At the
: Bulgarian consulate the consul general
was not in. When he arrived half an
, hour after the occupation, he was stop
I ped by n sentry.
"But I am the Bulgarian consul gen
eral," he said, "and this is my con-
"Ah! In that case I will take in
your card," Within a few moments
! the Bulgarian consul general roceivi-d
I word from a sentry that he would be
j welcomed within his own consulate.
I Kntering, he found a French officer
sitting at his desk.
"What does monsieur desire?" asked
"I nm the Bulgarian consul gen
eral," replied the official.
"That is very unfortunate," ?aid
the officer, "for I am under orders to
place the Bulgarian consul general un
der arrest." The Bulgarian's protest
was formal. He rode to the French
headquarters in an automobile.
The Salonican crowds followed th.i
operations of the military men with
the greatest intereHt. There was some
thing of a rush of the crowd toward
the Austrian consulate, for word had
gone abroad among the Saloni'.i folk
that the Austrians might put up a fight.
A few FTcnch soldiers with rifles were
about the place bnt the crowj saw an
officer go into the consulate and short
ly return with the consul general of
Austro ITungary, who climbed into a
automobile and sped to French head
quarters. Word got around after this that the
consul general of Turkey had 1 bvem
and that the French and British were
going to raid it. This rumor perhnps
accounted for the fact that the largest
crowd of all stood about the Turkish
consulate. It developed that there was
no harem there, the Ottoman consul
general being a bachelor who was re-
( area in i nns, no came down the steps
E'wi!h French officer, chatting gaily
in French and took his auto ride to
General Sarrail headquarters.
All the dependants and .assistants of
the four consulates numberel fifty-two
men and six women. They were all
put on a boat, bound, it is presumed at
tnis writing, for Athens.
General Sarrail then sent an auto
mobile to the American consulate and
begged that John B. Kehl, the Amer
ican consul (all the other govern
mental representatives in Salonica
were consul generals and Kehl is the
most poorly paid of them all) confer
with him as to taking over the enemy
consulates. Within a few hours Kehl
was on the job and in possession of
most of the archievs and all the money
the military had seized in the consul
ates. He immediately began the task
of giving passports to German, Bul
garian, Turkish and Austrian citizens
to depart from Salonica.
THE LITTLE GIRL AND
Said a little girl to a pussy-cat:
"It's .tolly to make you play!
How soft you purr when 1 stroke your
And your clnws are all tucked awayl
I love you ever so much for that,"
Said a little girl to a pussy-cat.
"But, oh, there's a terrible thing I've
That brings great sorrow to me;
You killed a poor little baby bird
That lived in our apple-tree.
You can't be dear to me after that,"
Said a little girl to a pussy-cat.
"O little maid," said the pussy-cit,
"You are gentle and kind, they say,
To bird and beast, but didn't you
On chicken for lunch today 1
And aren't there feathers upon your
0 little maid?" said the pussy-cat.
"Oh, I'll be T, and you'll bo yon,
As long as the world sh.ill be,
If you'll be as good as yon can lor you
1 II try to be good for me.
So let's be friends, and agree to that
O litle maid!" aid the pnssv-cnt.
WAS HEWS OF ONE
YEAR AGO TODAY
The Lusitania sailed from
Liverpool flying the British
Mercantile Marine emblem in
place of the Naval reserve flag
she usually displays. Captain
Dow said he might use tho Am
erican flag on the passage. Two
hundred Americans cancelled
their passage on the Lusitania.
American artillery shells- were
used for the first time on the
(French western front. Aus
trian U-boats seized two Ital
ian merchant vessels.
Saa Diego Working
For Her Exposition
San Diego, Cal., Feb. 10. Colonel D.
C. Collier, first president of the Fan-ama-Califoraia
exposition and now its
traveling commissioner, sailed today on
the steamer Harvard for Los Angeles,
where he will begin the publicity cam
paign for the 1910 fair. He will go from
there to San Francisco, Salt Lake City,
Denver, Omaha, Kansas City, St. Louis,
Chicago, New York, Philadelphia, Bos
ton, AVashington. An additional ship
load of exhibits frim the San Francisco
fair arrived last night and 14 carloads
of the Canadian exhibit are on the
docks at San Pedro awaiting shipment
The Oregon Wholesale and
Retail Hide and Junk Co.
Has moved from their former location,
430 Court street, to 197 South Com
mercial. (The old stand of the Lawr
ence Grocery, corner Ferry and Com
mercial streets) and are open for busi
ness at that place. Highest prices piid
for hides, wool, copper, brass, iron, etc.
Before selling elsewhere, consult ua for
prices. D. Samuel, proprietor.
Phone, 399; Res. Phone, 1737-W.
EAT A SQUARE MEAL AND
NOT FEAR INDIGESTION
There arc. hundreds of people in
Salem who were not the least bit Jr
prised when they read in the Jou rial
that Daniel J. Fry is selling Mr-o-na
on a guarantee to refund the money in
case it did not relieve. TW remark
able dyspepsia remedy will relieve the
worst case of indigestion, headache,
dizziness, or the general played-out con
dition that afflicts every one suffering
with stomach trouble. Mi-o-na does not
simply relieve, it aims to cure.
Daniel J. Fry can tell you of many
well known" people in this eity who this
remedy has restored to health, often
after they have tried many other
methods of treatment with little or no
benefit. No other dyspepsia remedy bus
made so large a percentage of curea as
Mi-o-na. It is so large that Daniel J.
Fry stands ready to refund the price
to any customer whom, it does not help.
ine best Kind oi advertising is the
praise of a pleased customer, and there
are hundreds in Salem today praising
Mi-o-na because it does what it is ad
vertised to do. A few months teo they
could eat nothing without wondering
wnat tne result would be. iSnce using
Mi-o-na, they eat what the want and
when they want with so fear of Buffer
ing. This medicine comes in the form
of a small tablet and is very pleasant to
take. It speedily and permanently re
lieves aimosi ail forms of stomach
trouble and is the only ono sold under
a positive guarantee without any re
striction, to refund the money if it
does not relieve. This is good time
to get well and you ought to take ad
vantage of Daniel J. Fry's offer.
CLEANERS AND DYERS
AP8AREL SERVICE COMPANY
138 South High street. We clean,
press, repair, remodel and re-line
clothing and furs. Careful 'attention
piven all work. We call 'ind deliver.
DR. O. L. SCOTT Graduate of Chiro
practic's Fountain Head, Davenport,
Iowa. If you have tried everything
and have got no relief, try Chiroprac
tic spinal adjustments and get well.
Offico 400-7-8 U. S. National Bank
Building. fc)hone Main 7. Residence
DR. D. B. GRIFFIN Drug and drink
cure. 1425 Fir street, near Meyers
street. Phone 1037J. .
FURNISHED APARTMENTS For
rent, very reasonable. Phone 1995.
DKS. B. II. WHITE and R. W. WAL
TON Osteopathic physicians and
nerve specialists. Graduates of Amer
ican School of Osteopathy, Kirks
yille, Mo. Post graduato an'j special
ized in nerve diseases at Los Angeles
college. Treat acuto and chronic dis
eases. Consultation free. Lady afc-
tendant. Office 503-50B" U. S. Na
tional Bank Building. Phone 859.
Residence 316 North Capital street.
A. O. U. W. Protection Lodge No. 2.
Meets everv Mfindnv Avpninfr at A
In the McCarnaek hall, corner Court,
and Liberty streets, It. O. Doualdson,
M. W.; S, A. McFaddon, recorder;
A. L. Brown, Financier.
SALEM SCAVENGER Charles Soott,
proprietor. Garbage and refuse of all
kinds removed on monthly contracts
at reasonable rates. Yard and cess
pools cleaned. Office phone Mam
2L'47. Residence Main 2272.
SALEM I.niMiK Nn. 4 A V. A. A f
Stated communications first Friday
in eacn montn at 7:;i0 p. m. m the
Masonic Templo. Chas. M. Carter,
W. M.; S. Z. Culver, secretary.
WEBB & CLOUGH CO. C. B. Webb,
A. M. Clough morticians and funeral
directors. Latest modern methods
known to tho profession employed.
499 Court street. Main 120, Main 988.
PACIFIC LODGE No. 50. A. V. & A. M.
stated communications third Friday!
in each month it 7:30 p. m. in the
Masonic Temple. Hal V. Bolam, W.
II.; Ernest If. Choato, secretary.
R1GDON-RICHARD80N CO. Fiinerat
directors and lindcrtukcrs, 252 NorU
High street. Day and night phow
9ALEM HCMANE SOCIKTY D. D.
Js-eeler, president; Mrs. Lou Tillson,
secretary. All cases of cruelty or
neglect of dumb animals should be
reported io tno secretary lor investigation.
B. N. OF A "Oregon Ornpo Camp,"
iMo. jjou, meets every Thursday ev
ening in McCornack building, court
and Liberty streets; elevator. Mrs.
Sylvia Schaupp, 1791 Market, Oracle;)
Mrs. Melissa Persons, recorder, 1290
North Commercial. Phone 1436-M.
DE MOLAY COMMANDERY, No. 5,
li.. T. liegular conclave fourth Fri
day in each month at 8 o'clock p. ni.,
in Masonic Templo. Sojourning Sir
Knights are courteously invitej to
meet with us. Lot L. i'earcc, E. C,
Frank Turner, recorder.
SALEM WATER COMPANY Off ie
corner Commercial and Trade streets.
For water service apply at office.
Wills, nayable monthly in advance.
If TVf I-I TTVf
A A will
TICK SO TONG
Chinese Medicine and
Has medicine which
will cure any known
153 South High Street,
Salem, Ore. Phone 283.
CENTRAL LODGE No. 18, K. of P.
Alclomack building. Tuesday even
ing of each week nt 7:30. F. F.
Schram, C. C; W. B. Gilson, K. of R.
DR. O. A. OLSON, DENTIST
Administers Nitrons Ozid and Ogygon
Room 214. rhone410.
Masonic Temple. Siilem.Ore.
NOTICE J. C. O'Rciley and W. L.
Baker, of the Modern Shoo Repair
company hive dissolved partnership.
Signed. W. L. Baker.
MARK L'P GARDNERS Experienced
vegetable gunlner, out and indoors,
wants work. References, Or farm
work, teaming, etc. M. G., care of
CALL US 1022. Fixit Shop. Ask
about repair work in general. Don't
forget we do rug cleaning also. Ash-mon-Buckner,
201 Court street. Sa
lem, Oregon. Fcbl9
That useless article may mean
money to you through, the New
GOOD USED FURNITURE Bought
and also taken in exchange. Full
line new furniture, ranges, heaters
and other house furnishings. Some
walnut pieces. Pectz Furniture Co.,
233 North Commercial streot. Phone
FOR SALE Fresh young Jersey cow.
771 North Commercial. 'Febll
CHADWICK CHAPTER. Mo. 37. O. E.
8 Regular meeting every first and
third Tuesday at 8 p. m. in the Ma-1
sonic Temple. Minnie Moeller, W.I
M.; Ida M. Babcock, secretary,
WOODMEN OF THK WORLD Meet
every Friday night at 8 o'clock in
McCornack block. B. W. Macev,1
C. C; L. S. Geer, clerk. 507 Court j
street. Phono 593. I
MONEY TO LOAN
ON Good Real Estate Security.
TH08. K. FORD
Over Ladd (t Bush Bank, Salem, Oregon
MONEY TO LOAN 7
ON GOOD REAL ESTATE SECURITY
HOMER H. SMITH
MULTNOMAH ROVAL ARCH CHAP
TER, No. 1, It. A. M. Regular meet-!
ing second Friday in each month at!
8 p. m. in the Masonic, Temple. Ray
F. Richardson, Ex. High Priest; Rus
sell M. Broolis, secretary.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Oregon Cedar ('amp, No. 5216,
meets every Thursday evening at 8
o'clock in McCornack hall corner
Court and Liberty streets. Elevator
service. Geo. Krinohl, V. C; J. A.t
UNITED ARTISANS Capital Asscm-
bly, No. 84, meets every Wednesday, I
ai h p. m. in Alooso hall. C. U. Mat
lock, M. A.; C. . Randall, secretary,
Salem Bank of Commerce.
Staled assembly first Monday inj
each month, Masonic Temple. N. P.
RasmtmcD, Thrico Illustrious Mas
ter; Gjenn C. Niles, recorder. I
SALEM FENCE and
B. B. FLEMING, Prep.
Depot American Fence
Gate, Plain and Barbed Wirt.
Paints, Oils and Varnishes.
Eoofing, poets, Hop Hooka.
40 Years Making Stoves
ItoTM rebuilt and repaired.
Itoves bought and sold.
850 Court Street Phone 124 1
Back of Chicago Store.
FOR HALE Or trn.le for cattle, 5 year
old mare, weight 1300; also have'
large and small stock pigs for sale i
or trade; alto 5 passenger auto. Phone
1F2. Feb! 2
FOR HALE A few Rhode Island
White Cockrels. Eggs 1.50 and $2.00
for 15. Booking orders to ship later.
State when. Jas. Oltnstead, McMinn
ville, Oregon. Marl
IJR SALE Or exchange, 849 acres
well improved sandy loam, Nebraska
farm. Will tako ton or inoro acres
in exchange. Square Deal Realty
Co., .104 U. H. Bunk Hldg.
WANTED f 1900 for 3 years, A l se
curity. Adiess D. C, care of .diurn
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Salem Electric Co., Masonic Temple, 127 North High Main 1200
Salem Steam Laundry, 130 South Liberty Main 21
PLUMBING, STEAM FIT TING AND TINNING
T. M. Earr, 164 South Commercial Street Main 193
TRANSFER AND DRAYAGB
Salcin Truck Dray Co., corner State and Front streets Mala 7