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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SAj&M. OREGON. SATURDAY, MAR. 18, 1916.
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Minimum chirge, 13c.
PHONE Vil For wood saw.
HAEBY Windowcleaner. Phone 768
LLEWELLYN Bird pups for sale. 196
Beef cattle and
WANTED A few potatoes for seed.
"WOHK TEAM FOR SALE Call at
1310 N. Summer. Mar20.
BLOCKY IiriLT MARE-For sale,
l'hone 7HF13. Marls
FOR SALE White Rock
Hatching. Phono 403-B.
See J. A. Mills, 31
FOR SALE Two fresh cows with
calves, cheap. Phone 2jilOV2. Mar:M
WANTED Several good second band
show eases. Address XX, care of
FOR RENT Modern 4 room new house
furnished complete. Telephone 7!WV.
BROWX LECillOKX KlitiS 40c per
setting. Phone :ii!F13 at meiltiine.
FOR TRADE A line driving mare for
larger horse that's gentle. S-J") N.
FOR SALE Cheap, man's bicycle and
Edison phonograph and "records,
l'hone 814-R, l.'ij Court street. Marls
FOR RENT One outside- furnished
housekeeping or sleeping room. Llti")
South Commercial St. Mar-0
"WANTED Girl or woman for house
work, l'hone 7F2.1. Mar20
HOUSEKEEPING BOOMS New and'
clean. 170 Court street. AprlS
FOB RENT Furnished housekeeping
rooms, 491 North Cottage. Mar3J
OAK, dry ash, fir and maple cord woo-d.
l'hone 1322-J. W. F. Proctor. AprlO
EXPERIENCED primer and grafter.
Phone orders to 47F23. J. F. May.
ONE MULE FOR SALE Gentle, 4 yrs.
old. Will Gritton. Phono UCF22.
BOOM VND BOARD $5 per week at
322 N. High street. Prono 522R.
WILL TRADE New five passenger
Ford auto for stock cattle. Phone
ALMOST NEW $60.00 drophc.-d Sing
er sewing machine for sale, $30.00.
Call 222 Hubbard Bldg. Marl?
FOE SALE Good rubber tired buggy,
almost new, cheap, for cash, 508 S.
FOR SALE li room modern house,
$127.") cash takes it. Star Groeerv,
041 Market, l'hone ISo. tt
WANTED To rent 7 or 8 room honst
reasonably close in. Address N. E. G.,
care Journal. ti
FOR SALE OB TRADE Sawmill, JOm
capacity Donkey. Timber. 744 N.
CAPITAL RUG WORKS Rugs and
carpet weaving. 371 North High St.
Salem, Or. Aprl 5
FOB SALE My new 5 room modern
bungalow.less than cost, address A.
L. Journal. Mar20
FOB SALE 15 acres Tbottom hnd
sooth of Marion. Mrs. E. Thomas.
Marion, Oregon. April!
FOE SALE Swedish select white oats
at 40 cents per bushel. Geo. Sehaap,
Pratum, Oregon. MarlS
FOR TRADE 4.8 acres of good land
near Eugene, for modern house in
Salem. Phone 2500J4. Mar20
DESIRABLE BOOMS Furnace heit,
fine location, excellent meils. Phone
115C-M. 1510 State. April7
PLOWING WANTED Lot or acreage,
work guaranteed. John Bonus, 239")
Cherry Ave. Phone 2504J2. Mar20
FOB SALE Two passenger car in first
class condition, must be sold at once.
Price $300 cash, l'hone 382. tf
"WANTEi" Ladv roomer in modern
home, cheap rent for companion, also
three room suite. Phone 511. tf
IjOST On Dnllas-Snlem road, box mo
torcycle tools. Return to 1310 Ferry
St. Reward. Phone !M4-J. Mar20
MEN Become detectives; openings ev-
ervwhere; Ingliost; salaries, urnc
Rubber City Secret Service, Akron,
FOR RENT 8 room house and bin)
with 4 acres of laud in Salem. In
quire at People s -Meat .Mantel.
1.1 an. M..rl
FOR EXCHANGE 100 acres, 2 miles
from station, Umatilla county, at $10
per acre, for valley property," 75, care
Journal. ' Aliil?
A SNAP Two more couples wanted
at 125S Chcnieketa to board and
room. Home privileges, cheaper thin
apartment rooms. Phone 424M. Marl 8
FOB BENT Store, 21x185 feet, elec
trie lights and steam heat. See Wati
Bhipp Co., 219 North Conuuercia
street. Phone 363. tl
TEAM OF PONIES And outfit, .lust
the thing for small tract. Cheap for
cash or trade for light car. Guv C.
Griffin, West Stavton, Or. Mir 1 8
FOR SALE At a hnrgiin, 9 acres,
nearly 'all improved, part in fruit, 5
miles from Salem. C. Mitchel, Turn
er, Ore., Route 1.
FOB SALE Fine -residence lot, 62x10k
feet, Capital and Center streets. Prict
$2800. Write J. W. Beckley, Ner
strand, Minnesota. Mar23
SALEM STEAM Vacuum Carpet Clean
ing Works. Feathers and mattresses
renovated. Otto F. Zwicker. Phone
WHITE ROCKS An egg strain of ex
hibition quality. 15 eggs by parcel
post for $1.50. Imperial Egg Farm,
Route 3, Salem. tf
WE WILL PAY Fourteen cents pound
for good liens, 15 cents for eggs per
dozen. Cherry City Cafe, 108 S. High
street. Mickenbam & Lindley. Mar21
FOB BENT Modem five room cottage
with garage, one-half block from
pavement, oilinc and grocery stores.
Cheap to desirable party. Phone
427-R. . , Mai-18
FOR SALE Limited quantity of best
known early variety seed potatoes,
seed properly cut if desired. Prolific
yiclder, no run out seed. 500 North
Capital or Phone .""0. MarlS
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MASTER REYNOLD BILLINGS
Positively the youngest comedian In the
world, at the Oregon tonight.
change for Salem property. Vilue
of house anil acre $2,000. ' See .1. A.
Mills,-384 State street. MarL'O
TEN ACRKS A nice cleared tract of
land all in cultivation has running
water, 4'ij miles out, on easy terms,
$100 down and $10 per month, 0 per
cent interest. See J. A. Mills, 3S4
LCaJyert Plays Vampire
Role With Success
E. H. Calvertf lakes the role of Hen
ry L. Bnnerjtt, Wealthy owner of a de
partment store and a 'Vampire of so
ciety, in the five-act Essanjy feature,
"A'Daughter of the City."
Mr. Calvert, physically, is a splendid
type for the role he plays. Tall, well
built and lithe, he suggests the hunter
of bir; game. He has a strong fnce and
a fighting jaw, the type of f ice whose
owner fights a fight through regardless
of the cost.
That is what Henry L. Bancroft does
in the play. He has made his money
and goes to business because he has
contracted the business habit. He is
the swift, sure, iiilcul.iting type of busi
ness man which is encountered in all
large American institutions. Nothing
affects his business. It is always as
strong as he has built it.
But his emotions are tumultuous and
his method of yielding to passions is
lawless. So when he meets the beau
tiful girl, her very innocence lids to
the lure she has for him. And Mr.
Calvert keeps the type of man he is
playing in mind. He is strong, master
ful and unscrupulous in his hunting.
When he loses, he is merely stunned,
not beaten. As the play ends, he real
izes that he will hunt again, just as
domineeringly and just as unscrupulous
ly. He is a type, not v man conjured
in the writers' brain. He is one of the
factors that makes "A Daughter of the
City" a cross section of city life and
city dangers, and he plays iiis role in
a way that makes you hate him, which
is the ultimite of success in such a
Mr. Calvert also directs this play,
written by H. S. Sheldon.
Oregon, Sunday and Monday.
DEATH OF MRS. ADAH SET-
TLEMIER-JONES IN PORTLAND
75 PER ACRE For 40 acres. It is low
iiill land, is 3 miles from R. li. town,
has 30 acres in cultVation, some tim
ber on the balance fine spring water,
mostly fenced with woven wire, has
no buildings. $1,000 down, balance it
li per cent. See J. A. Mills, 3S4 State
Commencing Sunday Big Double Show
SINGING and DANCING---Full of Fun
Never Before Shown in Salem
First Bluebird Feature-
HELEN WARE in "SECRET LOVE"
IT T a TT
Si.j ACRES 5 room house, good barn,
chicken house, o acres in cultivation,
some fruit, fine springs, a little tim
ber, on a good rock road. Price $2,000.
$500 down anil bal on terms at 6 per
cent. See J. A. Mills, 384 State St.
LARGE MAXITFACTFRER wants rep
resentatives to sell shirts, underwear,
hosiery, dresses, waists, skirts, direct
to homes. Write for free samples.
Madison Mills, 500 Broadwav, .New
Try Capital Journal Want An.
The death of Mrs. Adah Settlemier
Joues occurred this morning at her
home, 804 Front street. Mrs. Jones
was a daughter of the late J H. JSct
tlemier, a pioneer of IS-lil, and was
bom in this city July 27, 1805. The
husband, R. F. Jone, and three chil
dren survive her. They are Mrs. Irene
Dudley, of Tualatin; Eleanor Jones and
Chester Jones, of this city. There arc
five sisters and brothers. Mrs. Jones
was a member of Corinthian chapter.
Order Eastern Star, and president of
the Parent-Teachers' association of the
Mrs. Jones had been president of
the Failing Parent-Teachers' asso-iu
tion for the past three years, and un
der her able direction, the association
has grown to be one of the lurgest
and most efficient in the city. Airs.
Jones was tactful in her relations
with both parents and teachers and
the meetings were always largely at
tended and of general interest.
Funernl services will he held Satur
day at 1 p. m. from the Finley chep-d
Fifth und Mout'ornerv stree s. It -v.
RENT OX SHARES Two lots on N.
Capital street, one on E. Court street,
suitable for raising potatoes or gar
den. See Jov Turner, .'Silo Cap
ital street. Phono 40S-M. Marl8
BABY CHK'KSFrom a heavy lay
ing strain of pure bred White Leg
horns. Twelve cents each. Place one
mile sont'i of end of 12th street car
line, .lolm W. Yates. R. F. I). 4,
Box 120. MarlS
OK llO( IS FOR TRADE For
clover hiy, also hogs for sale, also
7i year old mare, weight 1300 lbs., and
registered Jersey cow and calf, l'hone
H4F2. " MarL'O
FEMAJjE HELP WANTED
FIVE bright, capable Indies to travel,
demonstrate and sell dealers. $2. to
.-)0 per week. Railroad fare piid.
Iiooilrich Drug company. Dept. ."1".
FOR EXCHANGE A six room house
and one acre with some fruit, over
looking the river at Xewbers. to ex-
WW ff H' " ' yj..
S lrc a - i 1 w
The First Blue Bird Feature to be shown in Salem at The Bligh Theatre Sun-
FOR SALE Or what have you to trade
for small business, well estahlisiieii,
best location in city. For particu
lars address R, care Journal. MarlS
A THOKOl'lill EXl'KRlEM EU farm
rr with family wants work. A good
stockman. Can take full charge. J.(
Montgomery, General Delivery, Sa
lem. " MirlS
SAW MILL FOR SALE .10,000 ea-j
pacify. His been operated about 12 i
months. All ready for operating at
present time. W. A. Tavlor, Macleay, '
receiver). Phone 38P24. Mar31 ;
NURSERY STOCK Lowest prices at
Northwestern nursery, rear of arm-;
orv. Grafted Franipictte W limits. -Hudded
Holly. Choice "ses, cte. i
Phone 413. Mar23
21,00 PRIVATE MONEY TO LOAN
On approved security, 7 per cent in-1
terest. W. A. Liston. MarlS '
WANTED Will pay cash rent for 4 or
5 acres of good potito land. Must
be cheap. Adress Journal C-50. May0 :
FOB SALE At a . bargain, Auburn 5i
passenger car in first class condi-;
tion, newly, painted. See at Kaylor I
Paint Co. MirlS,
GOAT AND SHEEP SHEARING By
op to date power equipment. List youi
order at Salem Fuel Yards. Phone
ORDERS TAKEN For top grafting,'
tree and rose pruning, 10 years ex-,
perience. Phone 413 for M. E. Jones. ;
day and Monday.
BIGGEST SALE ever you cm find:
20 acres, 16 to 17 acres plough land,
balance good timber and pasture, no
bniblincs. On county road. Little
work to irrigate 2 or' 3 acres. Good
black garden land. Price $1,100, it
worth ,)300. I need the money. ZH
miles from Silem. "20 Acres," care
cf Journal. AprI5
THE LAST CHAPTER
Don't Miss the Last One
Every Girl in Love
Every Father and
Mother Should See
"THE DAUGHTER OF
5 ACTS 5
Full of Heart Throbbing In
E. H. Calvert
Matinee to 6 o 'Clock, 10c
6 to 10 o'Clock 15c
BUD FI5HEP5 BIG MUSICAL COMEDY REVIEW
MUTTe JEFF in COLLEGE
VIE CANNOT TELL A LIE,
PROFESSOR. HE DID IT
WITH HIS LITTLE PUTTY
arx tm that? h-hiA-i
Villa Is Arousing Peons
Who Flock to Join Bandits
(Continued From Tage One.)
around Diiranfjo his favorite haunts.
High army men expected that the
pursuit will last at least three months,
bairiiiff the unexpected. General
Pawning is lending the flower of the
army into barren deserts and the most
inaccessible mountains on the contin
ent. Officials have already warned
the people to be patient.
Additional troops nro reported en
tering Mexico, and 10,000 men, may
eventually bo enlisted in the "chase.
One officer stated that such a number
ought to patch Villa in a few weeks.
Peons In Ugly Mood.
The points of crossing into Mexico
were not selected as best for speedy
marching and strategical moves, but
were chosen because those routes did
not lead through cities where sight of
the troops might have excited the
peons. The real test is expected next
week, when fighting is believed likely.
Cnrranza has spread broadcast claims
that he won n diplomatic victory over
the Cnited States in securing the
military reciprocity agreement, but in
spite of this Villa Is reported arous
ing the common people against Car
runza. and the Americans alike He is
circulating a report that 300 Mexicans
were cremated at El Paso. Toons
flocking to Villa's aid may entirely
offset the co-operation Cnrranza is giv
ing, it is tenreit. Reports persist that
insulting demonstrations occur whore-
ever Americans appear in Mexico. The
situation in hi Paso is iiuiet, but antic
ipating momentary trouble, the provost
guard is now 2.")0 strong and the police
force has been doubled.
Strict military censorship continues.
Xot a line of news has come from cor
respondents accompanying the expedi
tion. Word is hourly expected, how
ever, probably from (iiiiuan,
Mexican miners from Casus flrandes
brought reports of a long supply train
following Villa, llchind his wagons,
his men are burning bridges, it was
said, apparently in an atempt to delay
pursuit. Villa was declined heading
for San Bucna Ventura two days ugo
with 300 bandits.
Will Make Villa Hero.
Reports of Cnrranza 's men making
progress in the pursuit of Villa are
lacking. If Villa plans to enter l)ur
ango, it is believed do facto govern
ment troops from chihuahua City or
Torreon might cut liim off. Villa is
now in the mountains of (incrrcro dis
trict, where some believe he might
hide until his followers either dis
persed or split up into guerilla bands
tor indefinite warfare ngainst Amer
icans. The possibility of Villa becoming an
idol o'' the peons and raising an army
with the aid of Cunanza deserters to
attack the American troops was not re
garded as too remote for consideration.
hiscussing a report that a rich null
ing man was willing to offer a large
reward for Villa's head, officials said
this might influence smile, treacherous
Villista to sacrifice his leader's life
Authorities, who declared the capture
one of the hardest tasks ever under
taken by an army, favored exhausting
every means to gain the desire, end.
Thi-v aborted that if once Villa were
permitted to select his own hiding
place in the mountains lie would never
Mormons of El Paso are uncommon
ly interested in the chase. They were
greatly relieved by the report that
Colonel Dmld's column might enter
(laleana district tonight.
s. & c.
SUNDAY-ONE DAY ONLY
ARE YOU A MASON?
If so don't miss
In a screaming Comedy
Libby and Barton
Thrills and Fun on Tires.
THE ALLEN TRIO
Singers that really sing.
BURT AND LYTTON
"Those Characteristic Girls"
MILLS AND LOCKWOOD
THE IIICKVILLE RUBES
Wonderfully trained Seals, Dogs,
Ponies and Birds
SIX BIG ACTS
111-. Prank I.. I.ovelnnd in cha'g". --
I'lirtland Journal, March 0.
New Dispenser I
Comes to The Spaj
The Spa is to be congr itulated on1
securing one of the best soda dispensers i
thnt can be had in the person of Mr. '
Harold Woodruff. Me has had VI years
experience, worked in tiunther's of Chi
cngo, also the famous Alegretts, recent
ly from Shulls, of Seattle.
The Spa's patrons will enjoy some of
the latest dishes lint are being served
in the east und also on the const.
The Charming Actress
Mary Miles Minter
Supported by TOM CARMGAN
in an Unusal Romantic Story
Five Acts of Supreme Phota Drama
Capitai journal Want Ads Will Get You What You Want
At the Grand theatrs tonight.
Meyers' Big Spring Fashion Show
20 Salem Models 20
No Better Fashion Show Ever Shown in the Northwest
OREGON-One Night Only-Tue. March 2 1
This is not a moving picture