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THE OAfLY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 14. 1917.
SEVEN - NEW TODAY OUMmED ADVERTISING KATES Base per word New Today aefc insertion, per word One week (6 insertion) per FOB BALE Baled grain hay and retch hay. George Swegle. tf ord..fc month (St insertion) per word 17t The Capital Journal will not be re aaaeawUe for move than one insertion nr erTori in Classified AdrnrtieeaMata. voor adTertisemeat the lint day H STRICTLY MODEBN 5 room flat It appear and notify ns immediately. charge, 15e. DRY FIB Ash and maple and old fir for ale. F. E. Wells, 2501J2. tf nicely furnished, only (15.00 per mo, '"nil at 385 Missis, tf FOB 8 ALE 252 Petalnma incubator in good condition $15. Mrs. W. D. Oreig, Salem, route 9, box 13. 2-14 WOK BENT SIGNS For ttal Journal office. at Cap-tf F1SOKKK I'lANCI For rent, $2.00 per month I'hone 1844 2-14 WANTED Beef Phone 1156W. and stock cattle. 2-20 S 2-BOOM Apartments, bath, lights, and telephone. 491 N. Cottage. 2-23 WILL SELL 22 bead 3 and aid mules. Dwight Misner. year tf SKKD WHEAT For sale or trade for oats. Panne Mill. 2-14 WANTED Married man to work on farm, steady job. lhonc 54F13. 2-15 HAVE YOU phone 7. WOOD SAWING f- -Call tf HAVE YOU phone 7. WOOD SAW1NGT Call tf GET PRICES On rarm sale bills at The Journal office. TBESP ASS Notices for sale at Jour nal office. tf BIX CHIROPRACTIC ADJUSTMENTS 5.00. Dr. May. Phone 572. tf HARRY- -Window' cleaner. Phone 1391J 2-18 JONES' NURSERY State and 24th. tf CORD WOOD Sawed or full length. W. F. Proctor, phone US2J. 3-12 HEMSTITCHING Room 10, McCor nacU bldg. C. A. Adsitt. 3-1 "WANTED Good shipping "potatoes, in ear lots or less. Salem Fruit Co., 267 S. Gom'l St. 2-22 S. C. BROWN LEGHORN Eggs for hatching, 40c per setting. Phone 36P 13. 2-14 WE PAY 29c Li eroecrics for eggs Seamster Bros.. 121 S. Commercial. 2-16 WANTED Good top single buggy and harness, must be reasonable. Cash. Phone 4G8M. 2-14 FIRST CLASS Fertilizer for sale, al so lot idowing done. Phone 2017J. 2-15 WOOD FOR SALE Inquire Wm. H. Kgan, Geivais. B, '-i, box 145. Phoue 3F11. 2-16 CHEAP HORSES Wanted Will buy inr ltiml. (mod or bad. S. Melson, 225 Center, Salem. Phone 927. 2-14 LOST At St. Paul, Ore., 1050 lb. bay horse, sway back, halter and shoes on. Phone 927. 2-14 i COL E. G. SNIDEB "Whirlwind auctioneer" courteous, quick, effi cient. Get Snider, he knows how. Bes. 1565 Mission St. Phone 1428M. 31 FOB SALE Mountain stock ranch of 200 acres near Cascadia, Linn Co Fair improvements. Good outrange. D. W. Lawrence, Lebanon, Or. 2-15 UPRISING IN CUBA IS MORE SERIOUS HORSES WANTED We buy and sell all kinds of work horses. If you have any for sale call on us. Clearwater Bros., Salem Horse Exchange barn. 554 Ferry St Phone 1031 or 483. S-6 MONEY TO LOAN On second hand jewelry, men's clothing, musical in struments, tools, guns, bicycles, etc., also bought, sold and traded. Capi tal Exchange, 337 Court St. Phone 493. 2-24 MONEY LOANED On furniture, live stock, vehicles, implements, etc. All transactions private. Possession re tained. Union Loan Agency, 217 S. High street 2-25 5jc 5c jjc Jc 5C 3fC Court House News c 5c sjc 3C )c 3"jc WANTED Reliable experienced girl jtor general housework. Call lUi Court St. 2-14 l WANTED 4 men to cut hard wood logs at $1.50 per thousand. Phone C92, E. A. Way. tf WANTED To buy old oak timber for logs. Phone or write E. A. Way, Sa lem, Ore. tf FOR SALE Salem Garage, 660 N. Cap itol (Pacific Highway) Phone 1010. 2-15 GET YOUR Tresspass notices, new supply of cloth ones at Capital Jour nal. CARE OF Children or domestic work, experienced. Phone Mrs. Philes, 2419. 3-6 FOB SALE Five room modern house, $500.00 cash, balance monthly pay ments. Price '2500.00. W. H. Graben horst & Co. 275 State St. WANTED Old false teeth. Don't mat ter if broken. I pay 1.00 to 5.00 per set. Mail to L. Mazer, 2007 S. Vifth street. Philadelphia. Pa., will m1 cash bv return mail. 2-15 WANTED Partner on small dairy farm. Must furnish team and at least 4 good cows. Small family preferred. Address P. W. Route 1, Jefferson, Or. 2-19 FOR SALE A bargain, 40 aeres, 20 acres in cultivation, 6 room house, good barn, out buildings, fruit; four miles from good town in Douglas county. Square Deal Realty Co., 202 U. S. Bank bldg. FOR SALE Fresh cows Durham and Jerseys. These cows are large, in first class condition, 4 to 6 years' old. 4 to 5 gal., gentle and easy milkers. Must sell this week. Warner Bros.. Silverton, Ore., B. 3, 3-t mile N. W. of Victor Point store. 2-14 FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE Five room plastered house, will take in exchange vacant lot as first payment, balance monthly payments. Price WO.O0. W. H. Grabenhorst & Co., 275 State St. , FOR RALE Dwelling No. 448 N. High treet will be sold highest bidder, who must remove house and all run bish from oroDortv. Bids will be re eeived up to 5 p. m. Monday, Feb. 26. 1917. and will be opened at meet ing of board at 7:30. m. of said day. Br order of board of directors of ochool Dist, No. 24. W. H. Burghardt Jr.. clerk. --lo A decree dissolving the bonds of matrimony between Louis J. Bayos and Ella Hayes was signed by Judge Bing ham this morning. The couple had no children. Mr. Bayes sued for divorce on the ground of desertion. Joseph J. Lainbrccht of Stayton, pur chased u fishing license from the coun ty clerk yesterday afternoon. Asking that the court grant him a divorce from his wife, Amelia E. Mul likin, on the grounds of desertion, Charles G. Mullikin filed the necessary papers yesterday afternoon. He asks the custody of the one child. Bernice. There is no property involved in the suit. Mrs. E. A. Bin) deputy in the coun ty clerk 's office, is ill with the grippe which has kept her from the office for the past week. The final account of J. W. Reynolds, administrator of the estate of John A. Graaek, was approved by the county judge this morning. The daily tax collections arc Hearing the three thousand dollar mark as yes terday's collection was $2876.20. Residents of Parkersville district will enjoy a movie program this even ing under the direction of Supervisor Harrington and Superintendent W. M. Smith. The pictures treat of the boys' and girls' club work in Oregon. These pictures will be exhibited at Bethel, district 125, Friday evening. Marion County Wants Bridge -and WillWork to Get It ''Marion County Wants a Bridge." This is the slogan printed on cards seven inches square. Then there is another placard with the same word ing on the same kind of a card, ex cepting that the. word "Polk" is sub stituted for Marion. Tho Marion county placards are being distributed among business men and when the time comes to visit the senate committee havine in charge the bill that will per mit Marion county to go ahead with its bridee. the. business men of the citv will so to the state house and en deavor to prove to the committee that Salem and Marion county are in earn est about the bridge proposition, and that the time for dilly-dallying has past. The house has already passed the bill giving Marion county the rieht to build if no ararngements can be made, and now it is up to the sen ate. There is a general feeling among members of the Commercial club that something must be done. There is also a feelinir amoiiL' all business and pro fessional men that the Polk county of ficials are merely playing "horse" and that they have no thought of building. In order that sufficient excuses, may be made to delay matters, the Polk county officials not only demanded the p'rivilige of naming the type of bridge, whether it shall be a high or low bridge, but lso assume the privil ege of naming the material out of which it shall be made and also the supervising engineer. Count Von Bernstorff Sails From New York Today New York, Feb. 14 The liner Fred mth VI IT. carrvine Coun Von Bern storff, dismissed German ambassador and his party back to Berlin, sailed at 4:15 this afternoon. New York never betore saw sac n pre cautions taken in the guarding oi celebritv as were evident about the Ho bokeir pier. WThile the police boats kept shipping away rrom the Frederik VJ1 scores of secret service men, custom of ficials and police, maintained constant watch on shore, From One Thousand to Four Thousand Rebels In Santa Clara Province Havana, Feb. 14. Seriousness of the uprising, brought about through the bi election in Santa Clara province, was apparent today when various well au thenticated reports placed the number of rebels at from one to four thousand. President Menocal issued formal call for three month enlistments in the army, seeking forces with which to subdue the malcontents. Havana itself is practically under martial lsw, a house to house search be ing in progress to seize arms and ar rest mutineers. Telephone and telegraph lines have been taken over. President Menocal 's yacht hastily re-fitted with guns, left the harbor today. Meanwhile it was announced that the United States government has acquiesced in Cuba's request for the purchase from America of ten thousand rifles and five million rounds of ammunition. The bi-elcctions in Santa Clara prov ince will prne t i rally . decide the presi dential choice, the previous balloting in November having been inconclusive. They are scheduled for today the gov ernment officials insisted they would he held as planned, despite all efforts of the mutineers to iostKine them. Government troops have had numer ous clashes with the rebels in various nrovinces. The most imiortant of these was in Santa Clara province where two of 150 or more rebels were shot down, the mutineers put to flight and a quantity of supplies, munitions and horses captured. A government statement predicted a "peaceful election in Santa Clara." "The general situation throughout the island continues practically the same," the statement f asserted. "No mill has ceased work and in no case have the officials been advised that the malcontents have done damage to prop erty. Whenever the opposing bands have made a stand they have been put to flight and scattered by the ruraleB. There is complete quiet in Pinar Del Rio, Havana and Matanzas." Salem High Defeats Franklin High Team In the fastest game of the season Sa lem high last night defeated Franklin high of Portland, 28 to 14. Salem took the lead at the beginning and at no time during the game could their opponents overcome it. The Salem men with their short passes played rings around their' op ponents. Franklin had more trials at the basket than Salem but failed to score. Frv. of Salem, was high point man with 10 points to his credit. He was taken out in the second period on per sonal fouls. Goodenough was substi tuted. - J Gill, of Salem, with his consistent floor playing, guarding and shooting, was the star of the game The score: Lieuallen,5 F 10, Fry Post, 7 F 0, Ackerman Davis.. C. .. Goodenough, Latham McKenzie,2 G 4, Ross Kalkana G 8, Gill Adams. .G. Referee, Matthews; timer, Putnam. A boxing and wrestling club is being formed bv the bovs of the high school. About 20 boys have signified their in tention to join. It is the view of the club to compete with other schools in this branch of ath letics. In order to raise funds to conduct the activities of the school a basket social will be hold at the high school next Fri day night. This will also be a reception to the sophomores. Salem high school will play Albany high next Friday evening at tho old armory. Salem was defeated by Albany in a previous game of the season but believe they now can bzeat the Albany team. It they do this they will De in line for the valley championship. jCoyal Oregonians are ZProud of this Unmatched fficcord Our Business is all in Oregon. All Funds Invested in Oregon Securities A ag7J47,36ft.Mfl Wi.. 1. 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STEEVES IS ELECTED PRESIDENT OF BOARD Meeting ef Willamette Trus tees Held In Portland Yes terdayEaton Bequest CITY NEWS Jc sfc jc 5$C "c jc 2C (Continued from page ten.) After the election of . Dr. B. Ii. Steeves as president of 'the board of trustees of Willamette university, at their Semi-annual meeting in Portland yesterday, and the choice of G. F. Johnson of Portland as vice president to succees Mr. bteeves, much import ant business conducive to the welfare of the institution was transacted. The president of the board was au thorized to appoint a committee to have a plat made of the campus and to se cure a design for a new bausannn hall, and to proceed with the erection there of when sufficient funds were on haml. All the members of' the present facul ty were re-elected for neit year, with an increase iii salary. This is deemed nn important step as ninny have thought that some of the stronger professors would not continue in the, service ot the university for their present remun eration. High School Scholarships Tn accordance with a plan launched two years ago the high school scholar ships w411 be continued. These scholar ships favor one student, In every Ore con hieh school, who possesses certain scholastic, requirements with a forty dollar certificate to he applied on their tuition during the freshman year. This brings about 30 students to Willam ette each year, that would probably go elsewhere. Since the present senior class requested that commencement week piacea oerore for the past 10 years- The offer was made by the power company to furnish for less than under the present eon I tract. . o M. C. Starr, of Portland, was in the city, a caller at the Capital Journal office. His interest in the Journal comes from the fact that he owned the paper until ho sold it to Hofer Bros, iu 188S. Af that time the paper had a circula tion of 200. The present daily circula tion of the Journal according to the statement of the United Bureau of Cir eolation for six months ending Octo ber 1, ltqti, was 4,345. POLICE COURT NOTES As an aid to the police department, and to the traveling public in general Chief of Police Cooper asks the observ ance of the ordinance which requires all vehicles to keep to the right, even Dn the right side of the street, in or der that all passing travel may go to the left of them. He iilso calls attention of auto driv en to the fact that much trouble would be prevented if they would sound their horns when rounding blind corners. He mentioned a case of the non-observance of this when a young man was run down a fw days ago. SUBMARINE ORDER PUBLISHED IN FULL ALL DETAILS pasted for hostile passenger slcamrs, as far as tehy were unarmed, since on them there might possibly be neutral passengers, without knowledge of tho barred tone's declaration." Printers Won Three Bowling Games Last Nigh Kny Khantz, who was arrested yester day in connection with the theft of potatoes from the home of Mrs. Augus ta Kantleborg, was arraigned before Justice of the Peace Webster and given a severe lecture. He was sentenced to thirty days in jail, and the seutenco was suspended for thirty days on con- 0,l!dition that he pay all damages incur Neutral Ships Are To Be Stopped Before Torpedo Is Launched Berlin, via Sayville wireless, Pcb. Hi The official text of Germany 's order, dated February 12, but mude public to day, declaring the expiration of all "days of grace -' in iis submarine war fare and denying neutral vessels so far had been sunk without stoppage, is as follows: "During the night of February 12-13, the delay expires which until now has not been made known, and which has been accorded within the barred zone of the Atlantic and the Knglish channel, to neutral steamers, to whom news of the declaration of barred zones had not reached in time. "In the North sea, the delay ha al ready expired in the, night from Feb ruary li to 7, in the Mediterranean, in the night from February 10-11. From that time only general warnings are in force, which have been issued for the burred zones, according to which imvi gution mny not count upon individual w arnings. "Hhips which nevertheless ply in the barred zones do this with full know ledge of the dangers imminent to them nnd their crews. "At this place it is expressly staled that, all reports spread from the hostile side about torpedoing of neutral ships TODAY, TOMORROW VIVIAN MARTIN in "THE RIGHT DIRECTION" AL FALFA'S REVENGE Comedy In the bowling last evening between the Printers and Halem Alleys, the Printers won all three games. Freeland of the Printers played high game with he the final examinations. the'matter was referred to the tacult.v with power to act. The granting of honorary degrees was postponed until the June session. Will Eecefve $100,000 Coatrary to all previous announce ments Willamette will receive at least $100,000 instead of $33,000 as residu- I...-..,..,. U. tl.., ill tti.. Into X V. Kfltnn Tin is due to the fact that the I" tl,e association rooms, all tin appraisers placed an unreasonably low reit in rnc inert,, aim tnar ne repori iu wiuiout preceding stoppage are untrue, the justice at the end of that time. I if they refer to the times prior to thnst: mentioned for the dif Y. W. C. A. Re-elect Directors at Meeting Last Night At the annual meeting of the board of directors of the Young Women 's Christian association held last evening in the association rooms, all "the mem bers of the board whose terms expired, ,pist zones. "The mentioned delav cut bi s were even r 224. and hiuh average, 199. Tonight i ,.',. tho , stnte nwne.l bv fr. I were re-elected. 1 bey are Mrs. Alice II the Oregon Theatre will play the Wood- i Kflt A ,imi.er tract in Yamhill' conn-, Dodd, Mrs. Chuuncy Bishop, Mrs. Mil- men, lows : The score last night iB as fol Salem Alleys. Powers .. Absentee Campbell Absentee Calvin . . (1) 114 154 144 154 147 (2) 140 154 106 154 157 (3) 163 154 161 154 167 To. 417 462 491 462 471 Av. 139 154 Total Vail 713 791 Printers. (1) (2) 799 2303 Hill Freeland Doolittle Total . A harrier kept all but members of i Ti,Uo ' ' the ambassador s party ana rcgumuj booked passengers of the liner more than 150 feet awav from the steamer, Relatives of departing passengers said their goodbyes beyond this barrier None was allowed aboard. There was much mingling of German and American colors, Most of those ar riving at the pier, wore or carried small American and German flags. The Bird of Paradise Tonight at Grand Theatre Playing successfully for the past five years in the same theatres and now commencing its sixth season, is a re markable record for any play, and each year to do more business than the sea son before is also a record that any plav may well be proud of, but such is the' history of Oliver Moroseo 's ' ' The Bird of Paradise," the Hawaiian dra- 202 160 166 . 224 199 158 174 125 194 164 (3) 184 180 178 178 182 To. 544 514 469 096 545 Av. 181 171 MM 199 182 951 815 902 "2668 subject that no other playwright ha yet attempted. This season Mr. MoroB co will present Miss Olin Field as Lu ana, Miss Field is a young actress of remarkable ability. ArthuA Maitland plays the role of Paul Wilson. The na tive Hawaiian singers and players are till retained and the balance of the cast has been carefully selected. The stage pictures are faithful reproductions of the islands, especially the last act, showing Mt. Kilauea in voleanie eruption. tv appraised at $35,000 was valued by dred K. Brooks, Mrs. W. m. Kirk, Mrs. Mr. Eaton, and men actively engaged j B. S. Wallace, .Mrs. Angehne McCul in the real estate business to be worth loch. The new board members elected $75,000. Large wheat ranches in east- were Mrs. U. O. Shipley and Mrs. P. E. ern Oregon, valued at $30 per acre were! Graber. appraised as worth only $10. and the At present the Y. W. C. A. has a mem- W6 other property, including stock in pro-ibership of 512. During the year in its UU I portioa. Most, if not all of Willam-j new quarters, the association has served 157 ette's portion will be in the form of j 14,157 lunches. Kinec last June, 208 : real estate-and President Donev an-! positions have been secured for girls i nounces that it will not be parted with 'who have made application through the association. In its new quarters, 421 transient guests have been accommodat ed and there have been 19 permanent boarders at different limes during the year- At present ight girls make their home iu the association. Although the prices of food have advanced materially the last year, there has been no ad vance in the prices of the cafeteria, Woodrow Wilson Was Officially Elected President at Washington Today Washington, Feb. 14. Woodrow Wil son was today officially pronounced re elected president of the Fnitfd States by a majority of twenty three votes in the electoral college. The oiiicial vote was Wilson 277; Hughes 254. It was counted in the present of the as sembled senate and house representa tives and the robed justices of the su preme court. The final count was made as provided by the constitution. Vice President Marshall installed for less than a fair market price. All National Guardsmen Except Texans, Are Home San Antonio, Texas, Feb. 14. An or der, eonstrued to mean that all national guardsmen on the border, except those ma written by Richard Walton Tully, ' in the Texas organizations, will be with which will oen its first annual en-i drawn within a short while, has been is gagement at the Grand Opera House on sued by Major General Frederick Fun tomorrow. Wednesday eve, Feb. 14. Oneigton. of the real reasons for its success is its j The order direct that "officers not wholesomeness, simplicity, wonderful I accountable for public property and en- heart interest, and then it deals with a,Hfltg men on leave or furlough, will be ordered to report to their home depart ment commanders for muster out. 7 It is not expected this wholesale withdrawal will start until troops now en route home, or already ordered home, shall have reached their home stations, which will be about Febraury 20. The Texas troops will be retained on the border for patrol duty. In addi tion to the 25,000 men now under orders to Teturn home, there are about 50,000 guardsmen on the Mexican border. in Speaker Clark's chair us presiding officer witnessed the ceremony which carries him into a second term, it was the fifth time in history a vice presi dent has been re-elected Senators Kern and Clapn and Ifepre sentatives Ma pes ami RuCkcr were the official tellers. Standing before the marble rostrum of the speaker, these official "referees' personally superintended the actual counting. FRIDAY - SATURDAY KATHLYN WILLIAMS in REDEEMING LOVE COMING SUNDAY niiMoi J.ix i 1 wilfflBniWB YE LIBERTY COMING THURSDAY 20Jolly 20 Entertainers DADDY DRAPER'S KIDS From the Children's Home at Demoines, Wash. An evening of Music and Mirth, Thursday and Friday Listen for the Band BLIGH THEATRE