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THE SALEM DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM, ORE., THURSDAY. JULY 22. 191S.
FIVE ttMM NEW JODAY j 1 Oa cent pi word ek lnasr- 1 tion. 1 Copy for adTertismenU oa- 4 J dor thia headiag should b U by 1 P. . 5 PHOKB MAIN 8L Mt0iMMtM FOB Lata Duke pie cherries call 298. tf EXCELLENT Fred 's Sight Lunch. v I 5-CENT Club. lunch at the Jitney Coffee Julv24 HARRY City window cleaner. 1850 -J. TWO 13-foot counters, $5. mereial. 105 S. Com SPECIAL L. C. Smith typewriter, 20.jday and plunged into the job of seeing 163 South Commercial. July22;as much as possible with as much vigor WOMAN wishes to do housework partlfy the United States oi aay. roone joytcJi. OAK wood $5, fir f 3.do per cord. Phone 2249. SALEM chimney sweep. Phone 19. Julv26 JiEW potatoes delivered at your house cheap. Phone 14-F-24. " Julv23 FOK SALE OK TRADE Good launch. . Address X, care Journal. July22 FURNISHED rooms, bath, for rent, close in. Phone 32 or 24S0 J. tf FOUND Purse with money. Inquire Albert Jonientz, at Steusfoff market. WILL trade typewriter for second-hand books. Ifl.'j South Commercial. Jly22 WG, sound horse for sale, cheap, or trade for ponv. Plume 76-F-ll. ' . 24July WORK wanted by iniin and wife, hay ing or threshing. A. H., care Journal. Julv.3 ASH, maple, t'ir and oak wood for sale, delivered or on the ground. Ward K. Richardson. tf FOK SALE Hurse, lmggy and harness, good driver; ull in good condition.! Phone 72-K-ll. Julv22 FOR SALE Some fine red pigs, also gasoline engine. IDoU North Front st. i lion .I4-,M, JulyL'.l; FURNISHED bungalow for rent. lTf,' VmitK in,.Tiwintt, 1 - ...t 1' :IC1J, alter H. tf I'OIl SALE Rooming uruse, 111 rooms, $tiU0; (erms. A. K., care Jour nal, tf YOUXCr lady good family. Journal. wishes housework in Addiosti No. 8, care of iuij o t 1., ! rynur; cne new cas ranue. 4- burner. 2 oven. Inouire ll'i'i elm. mckcta, or nhonc 1"0" . I WANTED:! or 4 furnished rooms. rinse in: rrrtr---"ivm. ku .outt.n.l.lu I'hrne 1 0-i-.l mornings. Jul,v23 FOR SALE 7-year-old bay horse, gen tlo and good worker, weight 1250 pounds. Cherry City Darn. FOR RENT 7-roomed dwelling, large lot, good location, 7 per month Phone Carey F. Martin. Phone 419. FOR RENT 5-rooni house, close in, with electric light, water and gas. Partially or unfurnished. Phone Sl.'ifiJ. Juy24 FOR SALE -Green beans, market price; delivery Tuesdays, Thursdays and SutunlavB. Call iiujiis and even- ings, phone 20 F-5. Julv2.l WANTED TO RENT Dairy farm onlnuil went about l."i or 20 yards down shares, on or before October 1. Life, the road witii Zimmerman ut my heels, experience; best of reference. Ad-1 1 reached in my pocket for the .112 au dress X, care Journal. JuIy2G 1 tonuitic pistol and turned and fired. It did not seem to stop him and 1 rnn FOK EXCHANGE Large well located ' again. II kept coming right after me Salem house for mountain ranch ori'ol ' turned and fired ugaiu. California acreage. Address 2217 "' du not know how many .times 1 Fairgrounds road, Salem. Jlv24 fit''1' nd did not know I had hit him UK CAME HACK If ymi have any! against the feme 1 fired again and he old carpets you wish woven Into beau- dropped tho rifle. Thufa all there was tiful fluffy rugs notify S. A. Dobner, to it." phone 24S0-W. tf On cross-examination llursell said he did not fire the pistnl until he heard ALTO FOR SALE Overland roadster, I Zimmerman elrek the .22 rifle as if try 1913 model, in gorl condition; just ling to shoot if. He said he never been overhauled. See R. II. Mills, I threatened Mrs. Zimmerman or told her Spaulding Logging Co. office. tf ho wanted to see Zimmerman dead. ' I Hursoll was kept on the stand in giving FOK MALE at a bargain, mimeograph, his direct testimony and on tries ex almost new, with complete outfit of ;mination until court adjourned at uppnes. Address M, care Journal. July22 WANTED To rent first-class rooming house, best location In city, to car penter in exchange for work. Phone SKI days, 6.ri4 evenings. tf FOK RENT Nicely furnished modern room in private home. Hath adjoin ing. Four blocks from Ladd k Bush bank. One or two geutlemen pre- ferred. Address rt, care Journal, tf j MARTLET pears wanted. We ire in Ue market to contract for large or; mail quantities or llartlet pears. Call at 540 State street, opimsile courthouse. Phone SO, Dragcr Fruit Co. July23 FOR HALE New, modern 5-roun bun- ITalow at a sacrifice, by party going to Llano colony. FOR TRADE JRiW equity In a modern house for an automobile, by a party going to the Llano roboy. See Iljorth I Peterson Co., local auents Llano Colony, 227 Hubbard building. tf .1 FOR RENT! Two Office Rooms Best location in Salem. Inquire of Dr.W.AXox 303 State St Roosevelt Spends Day in Viewing Attractions of Big Exposition San Francisco, July 22. Colonel Roosevelt saw the l'anania-racific ex position today and great crowds which thronged the grounds went out to see the colonel. Having panned the pacificists, read those who would sing "I Didn't Raise My Boy to Be a Soldier" out of the ffmnt iniufinan Inmilv nn.l n greater standing army uuiversal mili tary service and an efficient navy at "fighting pitch," the former president gave Himself over to viewing the won- Phone'dfrs ' tne b'g fair today. He re Aug22 'quested that his program while here be so arranged that he could devote tw o j full days to visiting the various palaces ! July22and foreign buildings of the exposition He was earlv todav to start his first I as he assniled those who would "I nina in his address ; on "War ami Peace" yesterday. tail. When the request was made he The colonel was escorted through the t snapped: various buildings by Dr. Frederick J. V. i "I will not. The next thing I know Skiff, director in chief of the exposition I you will want me to use my hat." and Captain A. C. Baker, chief of ex-1 While addressing the army and navy hibits. At noon he was the guest of i men, denouncing the pacificists the col President Moore and directors of the ex-1 onel suddenly turned to Governor John positions ut a luncheon in the Califor-1 son, grasped him by the coat tail, and nin building. I snapped: Colonel Roosevelt has lived up to his "Governor, I believe these people are reputation as the country's most stren-1 getting what I am trying to tell them." John Austin Hooper Denies Committing Numerous Crimes i ' Portland, Or., July 22. Admitting that he broke parole from the Folsom penitentiary but denying thnt he com mitted any of the numerous robberies in the northwest with which the au thorities are trying to connect him. John Austin Hooper was taken to Grants Pass at noon today in the custody of Sheriff Smith of Josephine coiintv. Hooper was nrrested in The Dalles Tuesday and brought to I'ortliiinl Wednesday, speuding last night in jail here. The prisoner is nci-used of holding up the State bank at h'ouue River several months ago in which tl.sno was seemed after the cashier was blinded with ammonia. j enoiiuh evidence can be secured wiU i,M nt ""''".-IT f"r Ull- 1 UIIK'. ui in i -i lie Mill lie re-, turned to l-'olsom prison to resume , , lie was! : serviiiL' out a life lenience. ! convicted in California of I habitual criminal. being an; Among ine oiner crimes or wnicn a searcli tor po-widc cases of fire blight I Hooper is accused are: lini(,ng I lie quinces, pears, apples, ser J Two street car robberies in tlmjvice berries, hawthoia, wild crahi'ipple, : v i 1 i 11 1 1 v nf Purlin 11. 1 rottlierv of n etc.. tin nr n..., e...... 1 1 npiioral merchandise store at Hornbrook. Cnl . in which lillll in irnhl dim! w ns I . woured; thett of two horses at Weed, Cal.; attempted robbery of a train at Scdro-Woollev, Wash. defense of Bursell Finished Testimony (Cortinued from rage One.) band and the latter then suid to Bursell, The next time I'll fix you.' "1 went on down to Cox's and wus returning home when Zimmerman head ed mo olf in the ron l. lie looked vicious and I told In 111 lo go back. He was about 10 feet away and he kepi cuiiing toward me. When about three feet away 1 fired with the rifle. He wrenched tho gun from my hands and raised it over his shoulder to strike me. I jumped back and started to run 1 until he turned to the li t t and leaned 0 clock NEW TODAY FOR RENT 2 acre fully equipped chicken ranch; renter to buy abirif 2.'i0 chickens of best breeding. On D street, 2 blocks from carline. Ad dress 11, cure Journal. JulyJt FOK SALE Detrut Jewell gss range; 2" yards Axmin-tcr carpet, like new; dru head sewing machine; good or gan; two burner inicli Mrnl oil stove, he.t verv little. .aotth 1 m merf inl. America's Greatest Cigarette ml if -p Ci m Ar uous citiien on hia visit here. He has dodged his secretary and official com mittees to take flying automobile rides in the morning, escort Mrs. Roosevelt on shopping tours, and even visit thn ex position incognito on the first night after his arrival. He has lost none of his ability to keep up a running fire of snappy comment, whether delivering a speech pronouncing doctrines at to preparedness for war or planting a tree in front of the Enlisted Men's club of the army and navy. "Movie" operators were on tha job to catch everv move of tho colonel vea- terday. He posed for them befora tbe Enlisted Men's club and when he thought he had beeu "filmed" enough, commanded: "Gentlemen, cease firing." He refused to hold a shovel full of dirt duriiiff the process of ulantinir the tree thnt it miclit be filmed in do- ( Fighting Fire Blight In Marion County The f.i'loning circular letter has been issued by C. (. Constable, county fruit Mispector. who is working with the conit.v court to do what thev can to make a tight ngaiiift the t'iio blight, whieh tlire:itcn the fruit trees, not only ir .Marion county, but Polk, and those rouutio adjoining on tae north and south. Vour attention is railed to the fact that tire llmlit. the inixt destructive of !1 apide and pear diseases, has re ently mii'le its ui'luaraiiee in Marion county, v., Mr,. a--liei to join with the cop!,, of this county in a dotor miueil oifnrt to s:ami out the disease at once. T) e county court appreciates the sei-teivies, ut the situation and has prnn.i-cl its as. istance tii the farmers an. I fruit growirs in this fight. Vour fruit i:i- ,e:t;i- ;s .,mv devoting hi, en tip. time in an eftiirt to discover tiie !o.alil,es in which lire blight is pres ent, and to assist tile growers in eiadi- .1.1; 11. iini:i smn places. Villi i:ill '.I.".!!,, fli.l ...........I 1 help in this woili. whi, h is I.e. 1,1 .l,,.,e for the whole county, if vou will make .'iiMucious lookim 1. rim, .lie f tl... I HeeTor. He will hnvii tlinn, i.li, I ; ;...! I' .. 1 t, ......inc.,, ""o n uniiiu is proved, he will visit V,lr I ' ' soon as possible ami ad vise you hw t K, f f lt j 1(,t loss, 1, 1,. wny without the danger of spreiuliug such a contimious nn.l ex tremely virulent disea-e as the blight iiih.v easily be ipreinl by one who does not. Know the disease and huw to hiimlle if. 1.00K fir scattered dead bruaches, A.,..,H ,ir s,urs, Willi leaves that look as tTioiieh scorched still hanging on them, (in such Wight,,,! parts the bark is dark cobced and sometimes milky drops of ooze containing countless bac term appear on the surface where tiiey harden. Large dead spots, or cankers, are souictimes I'ound on Hie bodv and limbs. In the prcent (tilbrcak the iinnce is most commonly nttneked, hut the blight oiviirs also on upple and pear, as well as on sen ice berrv, haw thorn, and other wild trees of Hie ap ple family. Insects are the disseminat ors of the disease. The purpose of this campaign, In winch y(i nru asked to co operate, is to eradicate the present outbreak and tiius to protect you and others from the tremendous buses which have al ways followed wherever fire blight has gained headway. Send in your suspicious specimens nf once s.i ir Might , present on vour place, or dose by, you mav be protected agniust its further spread. Make use of your fruit inspector. BEATRIZ MICHELENA IN "TUX LILY OF POVERTY FLAT" By Bret Harte. This five-part photoplay at the Ore Ron today, is based ,m ih.m h ii. Miyv- nun Maturing t.ie beautiful gifted lleatrix Michelena. and Miss MicMma sprung info interna tional renown by her ability and beauty in the film play "Mignon," hicb has won the favn.- of motion picture exhib itors and the public throughout the t nitcd Slates. In choosing for tins artist a Hret llnrte theme, the California Motion Pic ture corporation show great wisdom, as Miss .Mi. helms is tne physical tvpe and embodiment of many ,rf the author's heroines. "The Lily of Poverty Flat," nf course. 1, Ii.!,,, Mi, hjena. and the " provides a rhaiactrrl.iir u,rv of wes.eru mining bfe ,th a wealth of nicHlcnt and a variety ,,f pietures.iu eharii. tcis, amidst beautiful seuinga in humps and America. ' lw.,1,. L, ,, , ,(. hui , ,1... tfll.r.ng. out l,.r delicate art to t,i.r.. "r.; ., ha. splmdol acting chsmcs. ''iiie.iv as well as drainalie. Mie naturally lemmf,,! , , , f pnouipiav "Be Lciirinn I. unt with I.-mIm, iaitively ra h' - mo 1 fhe drama change from M.iforuia to Par s; then they rctr Jin. coiritry. The story embraces a H.M.rfiil ve el.a.eni" l,h never Hail. Lily's bi.er, Joe. , ,,-c, through a anety of es.-itir.g adventures and i. i.ifi..- and do-. aot get bis girl until he Im. nirf.ri..! Iniiuiiiersble pn vaiions and .re, ..,,,r ,,,, fl)r hrf wet fske. And w'nn P.ciitn lli.nrlrna ii seen js "Tke Lily ' ton will aorHlv nr 'hst he was north footing and nsit "The Lilv of Poverty HsV" without nv .eil,i. .11 nai,,. ( ., f , . tr i.i.s .th Kr.t..f f.rmne,, t(,.n ever in .o .Jar fi nr. S..tf . llertil ll.e Euroi.eaa war cist 11 !.! . SI.-lem.Oicl ( ,Br i. h ho Low rc-alcM . !e rtsv be n.'.iry h,a Iwt'r.ty baa to i ay the bins. 1 fllfir the Deliberate Choice of the iaCjP Ij Nowhere else in the whole field of sport do you find the like tlj'tl I of the strong public opinion in favor of Remington-UMC. pp.j? a ; ,x& This RcmingHon-UMC public opinion and the most loyal to tlio Brm nnI d$X i IS'' 1 ' Las bwn growing for niucty-niuc years, ttmnuiuition Unit give him tho service, J ' d J) Cil Tarlly is it due to the achievements 1"-' tnuws he ought to have. T 1 ill f JMl of Reminglon-l'MC ill the design or He it is who is holding up the hands ', f i AW I tV h construction of Arms and Ammunition. 0f t,c Remington-UMC dealer makitiR Silta t it.' lJll Hut back of these aehievement.i stands the Rtd Ball Mark of Brminghn-V MC E'iMSS1- 1 , , the fact that your American is the most tho Sign of Hjortsmfu's lloadijuarters Ij TjFAYa practicttl-mindcd sportsman iu the world in your town. Mo:' 1 1 QLV 1 0 by your home dealer and 645 other leading jr wl ''-:ff merchants in Oregon A "rf V' yi Remington Arms-Union Metallic Cartridge Co.' ' jj Cy ''A Woolworth Building, 233 Broadway, New York City Jf Jf t'jj jtSi XVX--. Cfeon anj oit vour fun with REM OIL. O KJ$j-v fit V . mmL mr ' 1 , . . ,e-' -(0 a - 1 - ii i i ' H--r1 i - - ii ii ii ., ft -.I" .. "-t;rtf, v "4'A-' C 'WV " 4 'ft ? , V '' ' - j" ' ' 1 ' '; '" i SCENE FROM "THE DARKENING TRAIL" FOL'R -1'AHT MinllAI. MA-II M'K.TChr. WODUCED DV NEW YOHK MUlluN I'KltHL COHPOHATION Btaamer's Alaskan Arrfyal OraphJcaUy rictared. bp in the Aluka country the arrival of a boat is au event, and this I ns never been more graphically illust rntrd than in the scene iu the four part Mil lunl Mssterpicture, "TIib llarkeninj! Trnil." shouintt 1 1' steamer's iirrmil at tbe town of Mood Hope. People LOUT OW MODNT BHABTA EXPERIbNCK OF ATTORNEY l'ortlninl, Ore , .uly 22. To be lo't on fhe sbis's of Mount Hliasta from 4 o'clock M'lii'lnv afternoon until 7 MUTUAX. MASTER 1'ICTUHEfl The Miners Gave the Tenderfoot the Third Degree lif-cause lln-r didn't like lis wv bi.t the K'" 'ld ami from tloii ton airviinoiis atlciit'ioiis and than folih:y fell in lo. wdh faun. That's the ji.it of tbe plot of The Darkening Trail A j.KotnpUv nf and daring rfenls. ''Yukon Kd" n b enriil fiK'ire in Ihia lHlt M ilnnl Maati r.o lure in. I Hi s't ! finely te I lr the p"nliir lr(itiinat actor Wi.'l.sm S Hart. "The Imkeuinjf Triul'' is a four j art Tlioim H Iio e Kralum and ill be kIiuhii at this lhilrc. TODAY. TOMORROW AJTD BATUEDAY Bligh Theatre Tbia picture is eul to tb fc-joiJert. VdulU loc. worth eiora. Children V ft- swnrm down to the ducks n ml up the eiiii.liink. All the nens from the world IvinK beyond fhe emifincr, of the White Hilrncr is eagerly ri'iuesled, mid nil in nil the depiction is so humanly libvc that the spectator feels luniNelf iibmiNt a psrt of that Hhoh is beinu shown before him. "The liirkiriiii 'I'ruil " Kill be shown Sf the llic,h thentre to day, ii rn irroH and Siifiirdny. oVbwIi Tuealolay mortnnu, nas the e psrii nceof Ili.rr Viele, atlornvy of Huf falo, N. Y., occ ordin(( In surd received farm todur. Vole was a ineinlicr of a party of Mnr.auitia a irjooiitnin climbing r lob of Portland, j IHirinn n descent of Mount Shnsln i Viele st ruckled beliind mid beeninc lost.' I nnldi' to c,ct his .ciiriii;s he i;hiii ns Icelided the peak u nil npnii rem tunc; the snow line nit iiimp fires in the mi i Icy Hammock Special my, 4 I 'ari?'!. -VuJor- Ksf ; ',''1 Vudor RE-ENFORCED HAMMOCKS THE KIND THAT LAST Refrigerator And we have the Refrigerator you want at the price you want to nay. The one we would like to f-how you is the AUTOMATIC the one that pays for it self in ice bills saved and supply you with ull the pure delicious pparklinp cold water from the built in cooler, one of many Automatic exclus ive features. KcfriKcralors from SI) Up. IssasTJMssTaaaTaaaa below. After hours of exertion he reached the Mu .li in ll cnnip exhiinntcd. In the meanwhile four purlieu were seiin hi n(( for him. Summer is here at last and your home ia not complete without a ham mock. The season has been very backward and we now offer you .some unusual hammock bar gains to clean up stock. $l.fiO Hammocks ..$1.00 $2.00 Hammocks $1.48 $2.7i Hammocks ..$2.00 $:i..r0 Hammocks ..$2.98 .r).()0 Hammocks ..$.1S: ')X0 Hammocks . .$1.-18 $.').00 Hammocks ..$1.75 $7.00 Hammocks ..$:.2.i Time Is Here BCST REFRIGERATOR Oil TARTU tub AUTOMATIC hi i tr. c Ipse