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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. OREGON. MONDAY. MARCH 12. 1917.
TVE - NEW TODAY - CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING KATES Rate r word New Today: Each, insertion, per wor4 lc Ou week (6 insertions) per word 5c One month (26 insertion!) per work 17c Tfco Capital Journal will not bo re ponaiblo for more taaa on insertion Hot orrora ia Clarified Advertisements. JKead your advertisement the firat day H appear and notify na immediatal; Minimum charge, 15e. HAVE TOU pbOBS T. WOOD SAWING t Call tf TOR RENT SIGNS For tale at Cap ital Journal office. tf WILL SELL 22 he.a 3 and 4 aid mules. Dwight M inner. year tf GET PRICES On farm aala billi The Journal office. GET PRICES On farm aale billa at The Journal office. JONES ' NURSERY State and 24th. tl MEN WANTED TO WORK -Free rent 2128 N. llroadway. 3 17 .WANTED Two experienced bery trainers- Thono 89F4. Logan -3 12 A HOUSE AND IA)T In North Salem $500. See J. A. Mills, 384 State. 312 FPL1T OAK POSTS For sale, 8 feet long. Route J, box 21C. 3 12 HAVE ."00 TO LOAN On real es tate. Route 0, box 111. WANTED Girl for general housework small family. Phono 829. 3 12 FOR SALE OR TRADE 4 West .Salem. Phone 944J. lots in 3 17 OIRL WISHES Light Phone 2503J2. housework 3-13 FOR SALE Five room house, 8.50. Address 29 care Journal. price 12 14 WANTED Young man to board, $t.S0 per week. 5S1 N. Church. 3-14 ROOMS TO 11ENT 033 Ferry St. -Phone 704 or see HEMSTITCHING Room 10, Nack bldg. E. A. Adsitt, McCor-4-5 HIGHEST Market price paid beans. Phone 175, Mr. Cooper. for tf GARDENS PLOWED At right pric es. C. E. Mills. Phone 837. 4-3 HARRY Window cleaner. Phone 1391 J. 324 TRESPASS Notices for aale at Jour nal office. tf BIX CHIROPRACTIC ADJUSTMENTS $3.00. Dr. May. Phone 572. tf FOR SALE CHEAP Light grocery and confectionary. J. M. Ryan North Cottago St., Salem. 3-14 C2 ACRES Good plow land for sale or trade for city property. See G. W. Johnson. FINK YOUNG JERSEY Cow for sale at reasonable price. Inquire at 526 N. 20th St., Salem Or. 3-19 WANTED Middle seed woman to stav with old couple in exchange for board and room. 332 Water St. 3-12 TOR RENT Rooming house, close in liartlv furnished. Address 11 care Journal office. 3-14 FOR SALE 9 ewes and 9 Iambs. C. E. Lower. f-'..lem Heights. Hansen nvc 3-14 WANTED To buy, first c'ass shape, phone 2123.1. coal heater in After Tuesday 3-13 WANTED To contract string beans fnr canning purposes. Apply Oregon Packing Co. Phone 226. 3-14 JJST Saturday on South High street white hat. Finder please telephone 72HM. 3-12 NOTICE First rlass fertilizer for rose bushes . and gardens. Phone 01 7 J. 3-12 BAB CHICKS S. C. White Leghorn, $9 per 100. E. J. Miller, Turner, Or 1 .3-12 FOR RENT Three or four room furn ished apartment, modern. 325 S. 14th St. 313 NICE 3 room furnished1 apartments housekeeping. 491 N. Cottage. 2203. 4-1 FOB RENT 2 office rooms, one furn ished sleeping room. Huhbard -bldg. W. H. Norris, receiver. tf WANTED To buy old oalt timber for logs. Phone or write E. A. Way, Sa- l.m Ore: tf GET YOUR Trespass notices, new aupply of cloth ones at Capital Jour aal. tf THE BEST EQUIPPED Place in Sa lem for cabinat work, furniture made remodeled, repaired and upholstered. H W. Reinhard, 266 Chemeketa St., opposite Y. M. C. A. 3-24 LM. HUM YickSoTong CARE OP CHINESE MEDICINES AND TEA COMPANY Has medicine which will care Any known Disease Open Sundays from 10:00 a. m. until 8:00 p. m. 153 South High Street. Salem, Oregon Phone 283 FOR SALE Baled (train bay an vetch ay. George Swcgle. tf WANTED Sound team about 1300 lb earh. t has Eppley. Phono 93. 3 12 HOME CANNED Phone 1S72M. FRUIT For sale. 3 13 FOR RALE Black Belgian 6 years old weiubt about 1700. 7 mile, south of Silverton. Kosa Arustutz. tf WANTED Horse suitable for driving, weight about 1000 lbs. chunky built, 8 to 10 years old. Phone 24sJ. tf WANTED One man to swamp in log ging camp. Close in for horse team Phone 0112. 3-12 PAPER HANGING Painting, tinting etc. Phone 1018. Chas. M. Weaver. 3 13 FOR SALE CHEAP 6 room house with lot 50x150, close in, terms. .Phone 1024 W. 3-12 WANTED Ladies wishing to do home baking for sale, call at 307 N. Lib erty St. or phone 922. 3-12 FOR RENT Nicely furnished house keeping rooms reasonable. 855 N. Coml. 4-1 CHOICE 3 YEAR OLD Trees, pear, apple, holly. Roy Ohmart. Phone 53 V 15. 3 12 WOOD CUTTERS WANTED- For grub oaks. $1.50 per cord. Phono 3GF11.I 3-12 ; 1 FOR SALE CHEAP C room house, lot 100x150, Fairmount and Rural aves. Phone 591 J. 3-13 WANTED Two mon to cut fir, ash and maple wood. O. O. McClollan, Route 8, phone 54F13. 3-14 FOR RENT Furnished house keeping room on first floor. S94 N. Com'l. Phone 2454W. 3-10 1-3 ACRES FOR SALE Or would trade for nice house and lot. 320 Hub bard bldg., Salem, Or. 312 SALE House, two lots, cheap; good garden, fruit, well, near school. Ad dress Owner, Capital Journal. 3-13 HEMSTITCHING Nu Bone Corset Parlors. A. E.' Lyons, Phone 1032. 3-19 PRUNE ORCHARD For sale, 30 A full bearing orchard with dryer. Ad dress 3 6 care Journal. 3-12 1-3 ACRES With 6 room house for sale, or would trado for nice house and lot. 320 Hubbard bldg. Salem: Or. 3-12 WANTED Man with wife to work on farm, good house, wood and garden. Apply room 0, Bush Brcyman bldg. s-ia FOR SALE One eood top buggy and harness. One nearly new runabout ouggy and harness, your choice $30. Phone 1242M. 3-13 WANTED Fresh cows or heavy springers. Phone 2381M, address 400 N. 24th St, Salem, Or., V. R. Sex ton. 3-14 WHAT HAVE YOU In acreage to trade for KiO acres of wheat land near Heppncr, Ore.! Sec J. A. Mills 384 State. '3-12 FOR SALE My beautiful five acre tract close m,buildings all new, dan dv place for chickens. 372 care Jour nal. 3-13 LOST Set of automobile weed chains finder pleaso leave word at this of fice or 311 North Commercial St. L. L. Horsfall. 3-12 80 ACRES, STOCK Tools and ma chinery, 4 miles to R. R. on R. F. D Price $8200. See J. A. Mills 384 State St. 3-12 FOR SALE Barred Plymouth Roek eggs, 75 cents for 15 eggs. 2720 Cher ry Ave., also a one horse plow nearly new. 3-13 SECOND HAND MENS CLOTHING bicycles, jewelry, musical instru ments, tools, guns, etc., bought, sold and traded. Capital Exchange 337 Court St. Phone 493. HEAD QUARTERS--For auto and truck bodies, auto upholstering and repair ing. H. W. Reinhard, 266 Chemelceta, opposite Y. M. C. A. . 3-24 WANTED Man to grub two acres, mostly young standing oak, will pay $20 per acre and $12.50 to make 1000 rails. F. A. Doerflcr, Silverton, Or. 3-13 WANTED Old False teeth, Don't matter if broken'. I pay $1.00" to $5.00 per set. Mail to L- Mazer, 2007 S. Fifth street, Philadelphia, Pa. Will send cash by return mail. 3-24 35 HEAD OF COWS and heifers. All to be fresh within b weeks, ror sale at reasonable price. .1. T. McLaugh lin, route 1, Salem, 3-4 of milo from Zcna. 3-14 POTATOES WANTED Don't forget we are always in the market for po tatoes in small lots or car lots at the highest cash price. Phone 717, Man gis Bros. tf FOR RENT Cash rent, 20 acres on Pacific Highway just east of Wood- burn. Immediate possession. Best of soil, good potato land. Ao buildings, plenty houses and barns for rent in town. Address, D. J. Koupal, Eu gene, Or. 3-13 DUCHESS VERY ILL ! Ottawa, Ont., March 12. A London cable states that complications have resulted from the attack of broncho pneumonia from the Duchess of Can- , naught is suffering. Her heart action is reported weaker. SMS MEETING WILL BIG 20,000 10 COAST Superintendent Churchill Says This of Educational Meeting Prediction is made by State Superin tendent of Public Instruction J- A. Churchill that the national education as sociation that meets in Portland next July will bring from fifteen to twenty) In a statement today the governor an thousand visitors from all parts of tbe:nounced his coming resignation as fol L'nited States. Mows- This prediction is based on the en j -I shall resign as governor Thursday, thusiasn, w.th winch pictures of the Mareh 15 , non. L reaching mv uV Columbia highway were received byjci8ion i have not oniidered 'iBdi. delegates of the convention of uperln-; vidual'a desires; my own or any other teiidents in Kansas City, Missouri, i run, ,,ergon.s. ! have nad in ,mnd fc 0e ...iti.ug ..... vuuivuui u returned. FPl. 1. .'.1-1 . . . . . me ueauimii coioreu Pictures or tnc highway aroused so much enthusiasm,! according to Mr. Churchill, that the ap piauso lasted tor several minutes at a time nheu an especially fine view as thrown on the screen. In fact the pic tures were so attractive and of such keen interest it va9 with difficulty the main part of the program could be car ried out. Superintendent Churchill finds there s mucn interest Uisplaycd concerning Oregon He found Kansas City much I TO his Itklllir hilt in Ilia namiutinn l.i.t-u ' was no place like Oregon. HAS THREE CALVES Portland, Ore., Mar. 12. A Guernsey cow belonging to Hen ry Hoiistine has given birth -tq triplets two heifer calves and a bull calf. Honstine reported the event today. A big crowd visited his barns to view tho spectacle. DR. MATHEWS IN CASE Says He Gave Him $1,000 to Hire Detectives to Get Gill Seattle, Wash., March 12. That he gave Dr. M. A. Matthews, pastor of the first I'resDytcrian church here the largest in America, $1000 with which to hire detectives to obtain campaign evidence against Mayor Gill to be used as the basis of a recall campaign was the most sensational bit of testimony given" by Logan Billingsley shortly be fore noon today in his third day of cross examination in the federal booze graft Conspiracy trial. Hillingsley testified tho donation was made prior to his now famous al leged compromise with Mayor Gill on August 30, 1916, whon he says he paid the mayor $4000 to drop city cases against him and his brothers and re turn to him incriminating papers which nad been seized by tho ihjIicc He said he promised Dr. Matthews moro money later but didn't pay it His testimony corroborated a story he told a local newspaper in January to the effect that he had hit upon the re call plan as a me!hod by which he could scare Gill into compromising with lnm and that he thought he could stop the recall movement when he wanted to but was mistaken as to the latter part of tho plan. Ho said he told Dr. Matthews it would be easy to get evidence to show that gambling, bootlegging and vice generally were flourishing. His testimony concerning Dr. Mat thews came as the climax of a morn ing of severe cross-examination. It was one of the big points by which at torneys hope to show the prosecution of Mayor Gill, Chief of Police Hcck- ingliam, ex-Sheriff Hodge and four city detectives who are charged with conspiring with the Billingsley boot legging ring to violate federal laws poverning shipments of liquor, was planned months ago by Logan Billings ley. Attorney Walter S. .Fulton represent ing Chief Beckingham brought out tho evidence about the payment to Mat thews, the man who hired Burns de tectives to dig tip Hie evidence which sent former Chief of Police Wappen stein to tho penitentiary and resulted in the recall otvMayor Gill in 1911. He used all his extraordinary abili ty to confuse and trap the govern ment 's star witness into contradicting his direct testimony and had succeed ed on minor points. . Dr. Matthews, former moderator of the Presbyterian jjcneral conference anil a close )ersonal friend of Presi dent Wilson, has been popularly cred ited for months with being the man behind the present prosecution of the mayor and other officials. BiilingsU'y 's testimony was expect ed bv those who have been following the case closely, for it was Dr. .Mat thews who finally persuaded Billings ley and his brothers to plead guilty to bootlegging and go before the recent grand jury which indicted the mayor and other defendants. THIRD CANADIAN WAR LOAN. Ottawa, Ont., March 12. The Third Canadian domestic war loan of $130, 000,000 was placed on the market to day. It is an issue of five percent twenty year bonds and the issue price is 96. The loan is open for purchase in the United States as it is made payable in Xew York. FOR BURNS, CUTS ami WOUNDS Dennis Eucalyptus Olntmtnt AT ALL DRUG STORES Tubes 2sc jars soc r GOVERNOR JOHNSON 10 RESIG Says He Consults No Ones Feelings, But Duty De mands He Be at Capital Sacramento, Csl., Mar- 12. Hiram Johnson announced today that he will resign as governor next Thursday at noon, jusi-thouEhtmv ob ration an.t mv .l..tw t U.. 1.. 1 i:. . J mf irunc ui v miiurnia, wno, nv over- l,., i....' ' . .... Z7 " J .h' w h."1' wtih a generosity seldom accorded to any man in public life. "Our nation now confronts a great international crisis in which Caliiornia should play a due part. The extra ses sion of congress renders it imperative that every representative should lend his presence and his aid iu this crisis. "By continuing for a brief period i(,nR as governor i conM perform mv duty or repsv ,v ' 1 .1 1 . .. . . ot better dilicflf inn to the people of California, and mv re maining might make it more difficult for my successor to perform his full duty to our people. "I shall, therefore, resign on Thurs day and prepare to do my part for Cali fornia in the nation's councils." Professor's Rin? Was Cause of Trouble Justice Webster's court proved to bo quite au interesting place Saturday afternoon when the hearing of Roy Miller on a charge of larceny br bailee of a ring belonging to Miss Frediica tdurgis was heard. It brought out curious facts. It also brought forth copious tears. And it developed the fact that tho iiiij. given io iuuier oy .hiss sturgis was. not her ring but really belonged io a proressor in the Salem schools. And the testimony bringinir out tho ownership of the ring proved to be quite interesting from various points that of Miller, that of the also of the professor. It appeared that before the girl met Millor of Dr. Travcluttc's company she had the professor and that he had givtn her the ruby ring which is valued at about $50. .' Sho then met Miller and allowed him to take the ring. He went to Portland and then passed through here to Albany, where he was in the act of inuiling the ring back to her when arreted by tho Al bany chief of police. ' When it was shown that Miller had no intention nf keeping the ring, and that no case existed agiinst him, on motion of the district attorney he was discharged. sfc s( sjc jjc jc 3C 5C jC )f( 5j f( 3c State House News Grant co'iivty is planning to vote a bond issue of $140,000, the legal limit, for tho improvement of the John Day highway which has been designated un der the new federal road act as a post road. The proposed election is being planned by. the Grant County Good Roads association. The assistance of the state highway commission is asked relative to the initial steps for the election, such as recommendation as to the kind of bond, the time, interest, and time of payment. The letter was written by C. P. Ilaight, secretary oficul association of Oregon iu Corvallis, the good roads association, at Canyon Citv. E. O. Siecko, deputy state forester, has returned from a trip to Dallas and Black Rock, Polk county, where he guve some illustrated lectures on fores try and forest protection. He found the people much interested in learning how to prevent forest fires. . Articles of incorporation amounting to $200,000 were filed with the cor- poration commissioner this morning. I The largest corporation to file was' The Pacific International Livestock Exposition with a capital of $b)0,000, j to promote the breeding and rearing of domestic and other animals of j superior quality, ine place ot dusi ness is given as Xorth Portland and the incorporators O. M. Plummer, Wil liam Pollman, E. L. Thompson, Frank IJrown, et al. The Glen Cullen Realty Company with a capital of $.j0,000 for the pur pose of dealing in real property. The incorporators are John W. Cullen, An na E. Cullen, and John R. Greenfield. The place of business is Portland. The Upper Jfcstucca. Cheese Factory filed with a capital of $14000 for the purpose of manufacturing butter and cheese. The home office is at Blaine, Tillamook county, and the incorporators are E. R. Ayer," E. J. Mclaughlin and J. J. Hollctt. ARMED SHIP CAN CLEAR Washington, March 12. The French liner Rochambeau, armed fore and aft, can clear from the port of New York' it was officially ruled today. This is the first ease in which the government has been called to pass up on merchant ships armed fore and aft. The Roseburg News' idea of riotous luxury ill these days, is a hog eating spuds or onions. Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S CASTOR I A TRY JOURNAL WANT ADS HUB A Arrival of the Latest in Draperies and Curtain Nets Cretonnes and Madras NETS fiMKrai CRET- YARD Mbfeyu ,j 1 AND UP ffilte" YARD UP . . . . .... n The Largest See a Headquarters for the . LASSEN MAKES DISPLAY Redding, Cel., Mar. 12 Northern California witnessed a rare spectacle Sunday when Mount Lassen was in eruption, for several hours. The smoke plume rose straight up in a per fect column and retained its shape for three hours before a breeze sprang up and blew it away to the south. University Notes At the annual business meeting of the delegates to the Intercollegiate Orator - inuay, lur. onaries itanoau was eicctcn president for the coming year. In addi- tion to the election of officers other im portant business was transacted. From now on the management of tho "Old Line" and "l'eaco" contests will be combined. The same executive committee will handle them both, but the state contests will not occur at the same time. A new constitution was also adopted and the Euirene Bible I school was admitted as the tenth mem- ber of the association, Next year the state contest will occur at Willamette on the same date, March !. A strict tnboo has been placed on all social ,atliletic and forensic evens for the three days during which Ray mond Robins will lecture to the stu dents. This is required of every college that is. favored with his scries of talks. Ko far no events have been scheduled for the week-end, so Willamette will be a quiet spot until after the spring va cation that begins next week. Turner Tidings (Capital Journal Special Service.) Turner, MarJi 12. Mrs. Maud Bones spent today in Salem. Arthur Edward's family- entertained Mr. Dal.ell and family ' at Sunday dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Hulcy Rjbert.'on were Turner cn!Iers on Sur.dav. Mr. Staples motored io Turner Sun day to meet Mrs. Jones and children of Portland Mrs. Jones expects to spend several months on the "Staple Farm.' Prof. Willis will move his family from Corvallis the first of April. "Of course, Joseph," says the Her ald, "is certain to get a Carnegie li brary. Any town of Joseph's public spirit and promise will not be denied." CASTORIA Fcr Infants and Children In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears the tTTTTTTTTT Signature I! Of k W till A Selection Ever Shown in Salem Our Window Display fell lihj: WlltfHMiiniL Famous Brunswick Home Billiard Tables ' fTTTTtTTtTTTTTTTTl COURT, HOUSE NEWS ' The recovery of a nine horso power Fairbanks-Morse gasoline cngino 'S sought by Albert G. Thompson et ul, from J. 11. and II. R. Humphreys. It is alleged by the plaintiffs that the riiinu n tin taken wrongfully and in the face of a direct command not to take. The engine is valued at $L'0O and judgment of $50 damages and the im mediate possession of tho engine is asked- Notice of appeal to tho supreme onrt from tt imlument rendered in the 'circuit court for Marion county against e defendants in the caso of David utor of the cst'ate'of Elizabeth Hwanit wa8 fM this afternoon. The decree I was rendered in favor of the plaintiff on .January is, .mil. Notice of appeal to the supreme court of the state of Oregon from a decision of the circuit court for Mar ion county was filed this afternoon by Grace IX Harnos against the Mnss uchusctts Bonding and Insurance com pany and William Ksch, formerly sher iff of Jlnnon county. The court, sus tained the demurrer of the defend7 nnts to the amended complaint filed by the plaintiff and from the decision sho appeals. From a judgment of the circuit court rendered on January 1, Ifll, an appeal to the supreme court of Oregon was filed this afternoon by E. J. Flu- fus against George W. Weeks. An action to recover money for goods sold and delivered in the sum of $l5o.40 was begun tins afternoon in the circuit court by May and Sanders company against Marion and Eva Young. It is alleged the goods were sold and delivered between May 1, 1913, and January 27, 1014, and that onlv $19.:!.) have been paid. Judgment for' $107.0.3 is asked. Postmaster Huckesteln delivered an address this morning to the students of tho Washington junior high school. Principal Gannett explained that, he wanted the students to know some thing of tho rates, zones and workings of the pnstoffiee and for this reason had asked Mr. Huckcstcin to address them. Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S CASTORIA W. J. PATTERSON, M. D V. GRADUATE VETERINARIAN, LICENSED TO INSPECT STOCK. TJP-T O-DATE METHODS, MEDICINE AND OPERATING TABLE. Phones: Office, 278; Res. 1961. 420 S. Commercial Clears Complexion Don't worry about blotches or other skin troubles. You can have a clear. I clean complexion by using a little zemo, j obtained at any drug store for 25c, or ; extra large bottle at $1.00. zcmo easjy rcm0es all trace's of , p;mpt.St black heads, blotches, eczema, ' nd rjnRWOrm ad maUes tne skin ctear ,, i,nifuw m7,r,n ! nMr. i - .,;.:.,; i:,.:,i :,,. .:..i ing, antiseptic liquid, neither sticky nor greasy and stains nothing. It is easily applied and costs a mere trifle for eacft application. It is always dependable. Tha E. W. Roaa Co., Cleveland, O, Salem to Select An Offical Flower Salem will soon have an official flower and it will be selected by a vole of the people. At a recent meeting of thy Saleiii Floral society, the selection of an official flower was brought be fore tin' members and it was decided to appoint two committees, one of prominent citizens and the other from members of the Kloral society to sug gest names and then let the people de cide. For the Floral society, the appoint ment wns made of J. V. Muruuoy, landscape gnrdiier of the Oregon State hospital, Mrs. Frank Tiillimin, .1. Rrewster, Mrs. Ross Moores and Ivan G. Martin. The citizens committee in cluded Mrs. ft. K. Lee Steincr, Mrs. John If. Albert, Perry Raymond, Carl Kcuf and Joseph Graber. At a meet ing to be held Tuesday evening, cadi member of the two committees will select u flower, and later arrange- , merits will bo made by which the pub lic, will be given a chance to express its prct crence. A report reached the city this morn ing that Homer Goulet had about 20 sheep killed last night by dogs and that William Euan lost a number of goats. There has been considerable killing of sheep in that section by dogs ami this morning a posse was out after the dogs. "Salem, Oregon, Arrives." This Is tho title of a lengthy article published in tho March issue of Town Develop ment. It refer to the excitement in the , east and particularly in Massachusetts and Virginia when Salem sturted to do a little free advertising by asking the other Salems to get off the map. 'i i Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S fiASTOR i A A