"HEEA Daily Capital Journal's Classified Advertising Page RATES FOR ADVERTISEMENTS: One Cent per wovd for the first insertion-gOne-Half Cent per word for each successive subsequent insertion AUCTIONEERS F. N. WOODEY, "The People's Auc tioneer" for City and State. I make a specialty of Household Furniture end Live Stock Hales. Farm sales conducted anywhere in the state. Your patronage is solicited. Satis faction guaranteed. Note: House hold 'furniture bought for cash or 'sold on commission. Residence 1215 North Commercial, Salem, Oregon. Phone 511. CHIROPRAOTIC-SPINOLOGIST B. 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 got well. Office 406-7-8 U. S. National Bank Building. Phone Main 87. Residence Main 828-R. CLEANERS AND DYERS APPAREL SERVICE COMPANY 138 South High street. We clean, press, repair, remodel and re-line elothing and furs. Careful attention given all work. We call and deliver. Phone 728. DENTISTS HR. 0. A. OLSON, Dentist Adminis ters nitrous ozid and ogygen gas. Boom 214, Masonic Temple. Phone 440. Salem, Oregon. MISCELLANEOUS DRESSMAKING Alterations and re modeling, by -the dav or at home. Phone 1060-R. Mar27 MONEY TO LOAN Seven per cent, ny amount on improved farm prop erty. Address Box 441, Salem. Or. tf EEDUCED FREIGHT RATES To and from all points east, on all household goods, pianos, etc. Consolidated ar!oad sorvice. Capital City Trans fer company, agents for Pacific Coast Forwarding company, 161 South Commercial street. Phone Main 933. NURSERIES THE FRUITLAND NURSERY City yard, High and Ferry streets. Roman strain Franquett walnuts grafted on California black, 8 to 10 feet, $1 each. Italian prunes. Call and inspect our general stock before buying. Phone 83-F-21. tf OSTEOPATH DBS. B. H. WHITE and B. W. WAL TON Osteopathic physicians and xerve specialists. Graduates of Amer ican .School of Osteopathy, Kirks ville, Mo. Post graduate and special ized in nerve diseases at Los Angeles ollcge. Treat acute and chronic dis eases. Consultation free. Lady at tendant. Offico 605-506 U. 8. Na tional Bank Building. Phone 859. Residence 346 North Capital street. Phone 369. BCAVANGER BALEM SCAVENGER Charles Soos, proprietor. Garbage and refuse of all kinds removed on monthly contract at reasonable rales. Yard and cess pools cleaned. Office phone Main 247. Residence Main 2272. UNDERTAKERS WEBB ft CLOUGH CO. C. B. Webb. A. M. Clough morticians and funeral directors. Latest modern methods known to the profession employed. 499 Court street. Main 120, Main 988. BIGDON-RICHARDSON CO. Funeral directors and undertakers, 252 North High Btrect Day and night phone 183. MONEY TO LOAN ON Good Bel Etat Security. THOS. K. FORD Over Ldl k Bosh Bank, Salem, Orf oa MONEY TO LOAN 7 ON GOOD REAL ESTATE BEOUBITT HOSIER H. SMITH McOORNACE BUILDING TOR RENT TOR RENT Well furnished 5 room cottage, 116S Leslie. Phone 1425-M. . Mar25 "FIVE ROUM Modern eattnge for rent, strict! V modern, close in, $18.00. Thone' 1422. Mnr23 WATER COMPANY BALEM WATER COMPANY Office roruer Commercial and Trado Btreets. For water service apply at office. Bills payable, monthly in advance. BOOB," as a Photographer LODGE DIRECTORY A. 0. TT. W. Protection Lodge, No. 2, Meets every Monday evening at 8 in the McCornack hall, corner Court and Liberty Btreets, R. 0. Donaldson, M. V.; S. A. McFadden, recorder; A. L. Brown, financier. SALEM LODGE No. 4, A. F. & A. M. Stated communications first Friday in each month at 7:30 p. m. in the Masonic Temple. Chas. McCarter, V. M.; S. Z. Culver, secretary- PACIFIC LODGE No. 50, A. P. & A. M. Stated communications third Fri day in each month at 7:30 p. m. in the Masonic Temple. Hal V. Bola-m, AV. M.j truest it. (Jnoate, secretary. SALEM HUMANE SOCIETY D. D. Kceler, president; Mrs. Lou Tillson, secretary. All cases of cruelty "or neglect of dumb animals should be reported to the secretary for investi gation. R. N. OF A. "Oregon Grape Camp," No. 13G0, meets every Thursday ev ening in McCornack building, Court and Liberty streets; elevator. Mrs. Sylvia Schaupp, 1791 Market, oracle; Mrs. Melissa Persons, recorder, 1296 North Commercial. Phone 1436-M. CENTRAL LODGE. No. 18, K. of P. McCornack building. Tuesday even ing of each week at '7:30. J. G. Heltzcl, C. C; W. B. Gilson, K. of R. and S. MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA Oregon Cedar Camp, No. 5246, meets every Thursday evening at 8 o'clock in McCornack hall, corner Court and Liberty streets. Elevator service. Geo. Reinohl, V. C; J. A. Wright, clerk. CHADWCK CHAPTER, No. 37, O. E. S. Regular meeting every first and third Tuesday at 8 p. m. in the Ma sonic Temple. Minnie Moeller, W. M.; Ida M. Babcock, secretary. WOODMEN OV THE WORLD Meet every Friday night at 8 o'clock in McCornack block, B. W. Macey, C. C; L. S. Geer, clerk, 507 Court street. Phone 593. DE MOLAY COMMANDERY, No. 5, K. T. Regular conclave fourth Fri day in each month at 8 o'clock p. m., in Masonic Temple. Sojourning Sir KaightB are courteously invited to meet with us. Lot L. Pearoe, E. C, Frank Turner, recorder. MULTNOMAH ROYAL ARCH CHAP TER, No. 1, R. A. M. Regular meet ing second Friday in each month at 8 p. m., in the Masonic Temple. Ray F. Richard'son, Ex. High Priest; Rus sell M. Brooks, secretary. UNITED ARTISANS Capital Assem bly, No. 84, meets every Wednesday, at 8 p. m. in Moose hall. C. 0. Mat lock, M. A.; C. Z. Randall, secretary, Salem Bank of Commerce. HODHON COUNCIL, No. 1, R. ft 8. M. State assembly first Monday in each month, Masonic Temple. N. P. Easmossen, Thrice Illustrious Mas tor; Glenn C. Niks, recorder. OWENS Tailor and Hatter. Panamas clein ed and blocked. . 495 Court St. i General Feed and in 5-'! Small Livery Stable. j i '0 c" w-tbain i 254 Ferry. Phone 288 i SALEI FENCE tri STOVE WORKS ft. B. IXEilLSa, Proa. Dcuot American Fence f Oatet, main and Barbed Wire. 4 I F&inta, OIK and Varalsbea. I ftooflag, Fort, Hop Hooka. I 40 Years Halting Stoves I f itoTM rebuilt and repaired. I Korea bought and told. I KO Court Street Phone 134 T Back of Chicago Store, rTTE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON. IN UPON VILLA IS THE LATEST REPORT Colonel Dodd Pressing On Heels of Fleeing Bandits In Mexico By E. T. Conkle. El Papo, Texas, March 25. Francisco Villa's main force of 200 men is in Santa Clara canyon, 30 miles from its western entrance, with Colonel George Dodd's cavalry close upon him. Gen eral Gnvira asserted in a statement to the United States today. Villa is nearly surrounded, Gavira de clared. His only avenue of escape is through the eastern entrance to the canyon. But Carranzistas at LaGuna and nearer the eastern mouth might out him off. The canyon is nearly 200 miles lung. Curranzista and American no-operation forced Villa's present plight, Gavira said. He declared1 re ports of friction between Mexicans and Americans originated in the United States. Arrivals from Chihuahua City re ported General Luis Herrera was still loyal, and was in Chihuahua with his troops. Military agents are tracing munitions shipment to Juarez, in order to prevent Villa from obtaining them. . Reports Not Confirmed. Douglas, Ariz., March 25. lu face of persistent rumors that three Americans, two men and a woman, were murdorod by Mexicans west of Gibson 's ranch, near here, the military authorities to day had no confirmation of the report ed outrage. No confirmation was ob tainable, from other sources. Permission for 60,000 rounds of am munition, said to be a portion of 6,000, 000 rounds ordered from East Altona, 111. to cross the border was withheld today. The ammunition is consigned to Governor Calles at Agun Prieta. Tiie stnte department, it is believed, will hold np" the consignment for tho pres ent. Several hundred de facto rtoops are camped at Agna Prieta today but tho American officers have no fear of trouble. Governor Calles reported General Gomez, with 4,000 ('arransistas at Moctezuma. Calles had no news of Vil la today. Local (.'arrnnistas .mads public a TOR SALE FOR i LE naif interest in good pay ing business. Call at Cottle Apart ments, Room 3. Mar25 FUR SALE Or part in trade, ono 8 room semi modern house, one 6 room, one 7 room modern houses new, ono improved 20 acre tract new houso. One 15 acres all under plow small build in es. See owner. A. Korb, 16i5 Fifth street. Salem, Or. Mar29 wh-r vai.lfy FARMS For Bale by owner on county road and railroad.J uu iu 6UU acrt-a e'.u, gwuu uuiufe, good soil, ill under cultivation, close to school, prices reasonable, half cash, balance time at 6 per oont or modern income bearing city property. P. O. Box 246 Balem. tf FOR PALE Or exchange, 125 acres well improved laarge modern bouse, bath, toilet, basement, and furnace, bam, granary, farm well fenced, fully equipped with machinery, con venient to cshool and R. R. station. Will accept some good Salem prop erty. Square Deal Realty Co, 202 HUltt. tf L. M. HUM Care of TICK SO TONG Chinese Medicine and Tea Company Has medicine which will cure any known dltSclS6 153 South High Street, Salens Ore. Phone 283. She Made Address In National Library The only person who has delivered a speech on temperance iu the public libriry in Washington, 1). C, is in Sa lem nnd will talk to tiie Epworth league at the First Methodist church tomor row evening at 6:30. This lady secured this honorable distinction because of the fact that she treated the subject en-1 tirely from the scientific standpoint. Miss Edith M. Wills is at present repre-, seuting the publishing interests And the educational department of the Anti Saloon League of America. She is the' field secretary of the Scientific Tem perance Federation and assistant editor of the Scientific Temperance Journal.' Because of special study in Germany and other foreign countries and a wide experience in America 9he makes a' most interesting and at the same time practical temperance speech. All stu dents of life and the problems of life should hear Miss Wills Sundiy evening at 6:30 at the First Methodist cjiurch. Wind Drives Water Throngh Armory Walls The stiff wind that has accompanied the copious March shower which has prevailed for tiie past two days has driven the rain through the walls of the armory until the floors resemble a sub marine tiaiaing tankTather than a dry land infantry drill room. The brick walls have been tarred but the rain has soaked through tiio brick and the plan ter inside ami two men are kept busy carrying out water in pans, buckets and tubs while a mop hrigade is sopping up the moisture as fast as possible. To save the building from further damage from rain it will be necessary to apply a liberal coat or paint or tar in the near future. Salem Life Underwriters Meet at Luncheon The Salem I.ifo Insurance Tndcrwrit- ers association held its third monthly meeting at a lunch today noon in the commercial club iloomu. Three new members, V. J. P.arragy, J. F, Hessler and R. H. Reed were admitted into membership. The resignation of W. -'. Dyer as secretary was received and M. L. Gilbert elected his successor. The association was addressed by Harvey Wells, state insurance commis sioner who made the heart of the in surance men swell with pride when he told them that of the four -lamest in dustries in the country, life insurance came first. According to Mr. Wells, the banking Imsincss of the country (totals twenty billions, transportation, twenty-one In.lioiTs , manufacturing' twenty one billions and life Insurance, more linn twenty two billions. The association plnns to hold monthly meetings at the commercial club and at tiieir next meeting, expect to be ad dressed by Governor V'ithycombe, Those present at the noon day lunch eon todav were: J. H. ilessfer, R. II. Reed, A."C. liohrnstedt, A. II. Gage, I). R Snyder, M. L. Gilbert. U. A. Pol.in, Cy H. Primer, (i. A. Wood, V. .1. Hai rngy and R. A. Lucas. Applicants For Siletz Land Camp In Line Portland, Ore., Mar. 25, A telegram from Washington today may relieve the weary vigil of .10 men, enmped in line in front of the government land of fice here. They are waiting for next Saturday, April 1, when lti,000 acres In the Sib 'u Indian reservation will be thrown open to enter under the homestead laws. Land office officials, tired of elbow ing their way through the ever growing crowd, discovered that the law permit them to number the applicants in linr and serve them in the order of their numbers. Permission to do this van re quested in a telegram to Washington to day. telegram from Mexico City stating that all priests had been ordered expelled. Columbus, X. M., March 25. Nar rowly escaping deuth in a ICS mile flight from American headquarters in Mexico, Lieutenant Ihirgue arrived here today with dispatches from Briga dier General John J. Pershing aod newspaper correspondents at the front. He made the flight in 2'i hours. Over a mountnin piss a wind whirl dropped him 4,000 feet to within f0 feet of the ground before his machine could bo righted. He declared it was extremely cold at tho front. SATURDAY, MAR. 25, 1916. Suicide of Officer Not Yet Explained Puget Sound Navy Yard, Brenierton, V;axh., Mar. 25. Whether "too much Orient," or entanglements outside of the service influenced young Lieuten ant O. C. Pailthorp to sto pinto his room aboard tiie V. S. cruiser Saratoga, close the door, and send a bullet through his heart yesterday, is the problem that is puzzling officers and men at the Puget Sound navy yard to day. No reason for suicide could be found' by the board of inquest appoint ed by Commandant Captain Cooiitz. Officers opened the door and saw Pailthorp lying dead on the floor. His pistol, with one chamber empty, was lying a foot from his body. Brother officers maintain that the reason for the suicide will have to be fought outside of Pailthorit's naval record, his work, and his small circle of friends. He graduated from (he naval acid-1 emy at Annapolis in 1010. Pailthorp was immediately assigned 1 to dirty tin the Saratoga which was sent to the China station where it remained J for six years, returning to tho Pacific station recently. Arguments Monday In Slaugtehr Case Orovillo, Cnl., Mar. 25. Jury argu ment in ia tiMol nf l?.xr lla.i;u.n Slaughter charged with attaching Ger trude Lamson, nged 15, starts Monday. Attorneys tor tlui prosecution will open and close the debate on the pastor's guilt or innocence. It is expected that the case wiTl go to the jury Tuesday. With all the testimony completed, the jury is confronted by two sets of al leged facts in exact opposition to each other. Witnesses have testified to eichl array of alleged facts, nnd have stuck to their stories through long cross-examinations. One set of stories indicat ed Slaughter is guilty, the other that he is innocent. The jury must choose which to believe. Wall Street Waits On Foreign Questions New York, March 25. The New York Evening Sun's financial review today said: Wall Street, continued its waiting attitude, and barely more than a nom inal market prevailed. No new feat ures entered into speculative considera tions, but uncertainty with regard to Mexico and the European situation con tinued. Traders were not inclined to increase their commitments over Sun day. First prices changed irregularly within a narrow range. Although Steel, Southern Pacific, and a few othors opened lower, the marliot as a whole snowed there wns no clearly defined tendency early in the day. The first hour's heaviness was ac centuated in the closing half of the session when war stocks and specialties declined. Ifailwuys and stiiudard in dustrials reacted fractionally. The torpedoing of the l-'nglishman nnd other recent (iermnn submarine blows oc casioned Ktjino uppreheusion regarding tho European diplomatic situation. Adolpli Bros. Headquarters for Maltone, Near Beer, Bill iards and Pool. A GENTLEMAN'S RESORT We always get foil re tarns on all sports. 356 State St. Successors to Patlcrson 4Tooe By Mort. THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL Classified Business Telephone Directory A Quick, handy reference for busy people EVERYTHING Salem Electric Co., Masonic Temple, PLUMBING, STEAM FITTING AND TINNING . T. M. Barr, 161 South Commercial street Main 122 TRANSFER AND DRATAGE Salem Truck & Dray Co., corner Mate and Front stroeta Main 74 CAPITAL JOURNAL WANT Don't Turn Flip Flops at night because of that disagreeable Eczema. Buy a jar of Dry Zensal for any crusty, scaly skin trouble, and a jar of Moist Zensal if there is a watery erup tion or the skin appears to weep. A good night's rest is yours for a 50c jar. Don't wait, buy it today. INTRAL PHARMAY, former POOLE'S DRUG STORE Hasty Arrangements To Send Relief Ship To Seek Last Explorer London, Mar. 25. Hasty arrange ments were made today to outfit a re lief ship which will be sent in search of Lieutenant Sir Krnest H. Shackle ton, British Antarctic explorer, whose fate is in doubt in the light of recent developments. Although it wils reported at Sydney, N. S. V., that Lieutenant Shnekleton had succeeded in crossing tho Antarcti" continent with his expedition, a garbled wireless message throwing doubt on the story was received later from the steamer Aurora which had been sent jto bring him back. Tho radio (lis i patches said the Aurora had been dam- aged and was returning to New Zealand for repairs. It failed to mention Shock- leton or men. Shackletnn 's friends hero today urged the New ZcnlanrtcrB to try nnd get in wireless communication with the Aurora again. Lady bhackleton and her j friends are confident that, tho party ! will return alive. They believe Shuck- leton has either abandoned his attempt i to cross the south polar regions from ! the. South American side and is return ling to Bucuos Ayrns, or that he is al I ready safely over the south pole ami will soon join Captain Mcintosh n' (ape (roser. the first men-age re ceived at Sydney, indicating that shacklcton wns safe were giirlilcd. Fioldcr .loncs is a new thought demon, lie doesn't seem to believe anything HAUSER BROS. now located at 372 State street Bigger and Better than ever Complete outfitters for sportsmen M. Burger. Telephone Main 1200 ELECTRICAL 127 Uorta High ADS BRING YOU RESULTS. Puul Marnack's Pool Room . A good place to loaf. Fresh Applejack and Weinhard's Golden Nectar al ways on draught 146 N. Commercial that, is accepted baseball doctrine. JiH; now he is scoffing at the "quick think er in baseball." There isn't any such animal, or if there is, he isn't any goid f"T practical purposes, according to thi Jotiehian theory. The comeback man ager explains great bull playing by instinct.