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About Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1919-1980 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 28, 1919)
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1919.
1; Pacific? university, November 8;
Multnomah, Novmber 15; Reed col
lege, November 2, and the Univer
sity of Puget Sound, Thanksgiving
HIGH SCHOLL TEAM
CRIPPLED FOR GAME
WITH CORVALUS HI
HUM: TO VIE
WITH CHEMAWA IN
One thousand gallons of grape wine
confiscated from Italian residents,
were poured into the Columbia river
at St. Helens, Thursday.
tw.,i., Ko,i i.icV which has been ' The Willamette Bearcats will maice
thrust upon his eleven. Coach Relnhart colonial Indian wars seem like tame
la journeying to CorvalHs next Friday reading, when they meet the Chema
to meet Corvallis high Friday after- !wa huskies on the local field next
noon. Kelnhart's team was pretty Saturday afternoon. Thus far the
, , . ,-... .. Wesleyan lads have had only on
hard h.t before the Oregon City game alumnl on QctQ
of last Friday, but soon after this con- ber u For tne pnst two Saturdays
test was started two more stars, the they have lain around and wrestled
Gills, were sent to the bench. Amory with their patience, and been waitin'
... . ,, -n, for somebody to come over and play
. lJlJr:?Z?! 'em. curing the school days the var-
' " . . , ,v, sity boys have been dusting things up
his brother Gene, who has been the d whIpplnB lnto ril.8t
pivot of the team, was taken out with
a severely sprained ankle in the begin
ning of the second half. The loss of
the quarterback and a halfback will
leave the fast backficld, Reinharfs
bent bet, severely crippled.
class shape for the the "team that
was scheduled to meet them on Satur
duy." When Saturday came the coach
had to announce, "no game; go home
and rest." The effect has been about
the same as taking a piece of raw
Altogether Salem high has lost seven ftway frQm q buU
or elirht first string men since the open
Imr the season. Wilber Dalley, Fleecey
White. John Clark and Roland Rein
hart were pulled off the squad because
of lack of credits (they are ex-service
men); Fulback Ashby was forced to
give up the sport because of his par
ents' objection. Guard Beryne went to
Senile. And last Friday the two Gills
went out. Oeorge White was also
bunged up; however, he will probably
play in the Corvallis fray,
Query of Coast
' Sun Francisco, Oct. 28. Who's Mc
Carthy? ' '
nveryone and his brother wants a
little information on William H. Mo
Carthy, newly elected president of the
Pacific Coast baseball league, -,
Here's his lineup:
Former mi pervisor.
San Francisco's fashion plate.
San Francisco handsomest man.
San Francisco's champion baseball
one of the cleverest after dinner
sneakers that ever wore a napkin.
And the youngest president the
league has over had he's 85.
, ' Nmv York. Oct. 28. Champion Jack
TtiMiinseir Is Eetllnf: to fight. From
Texas, where the heavyweight king is
gallivanting around with a circus, Jack
Kearns, his manager, writes mat tne
c hampion can be seen in action prob
ably in New Jersey before the first of
the year. He has the same record on
his machine "Dompsey is tired of the
circus und wants to fight." He writes
that Jack Is willing to met inn uren
nan, Untiling Levlnsky or AVIlllo Mee-han.
Brooklyn, N. V., Oct. 28. Charles
H. Kbbets, owner of the Brooklyn Na
tlonol baseball clnb. has agreed to pay
his wlfo, Mrs. Minnie A. F.bbots $78,
000 In annual payments of $0500 for
twelve years. This was explained to
day In supreme court where Ebbets
and his wife appeared.
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l'mvly Yi-gclnbic Muko It Yourself
Ml Trifling Cost
Keeping yourself fit and fine, bow
els regular, liver active and stomach
Klurdy is a simple matter.
Just get a package of Dr. Carter's
K .and H. Tea and brew a Bteamlng
cup every other night for a few days.
You'll feel better, that's a sure
thing. Your skin will grow clearer,
your eyes brighter unit you'll fuel
more energetic and ambitious.
lOveryotie In the family can take It
including the children, because it acts
gently and is purely vegetable. It's
much better than salts and harsh ca
thartics. ; (Adv)
Oh! Each Day
A Little More
Hurry! fict "DuniU-rlne" Save Your
Knir And Double Its Beauty.
Rumor has it that the Indians will
have to pay for somebody's laxity In
the past two weeks when they clash
with the Bearcats this week.
The Willamette team will have a
full schedule from next Saturday on.
They will meet Chemawa, November
Keep Liver and Bowels
Clean and Active
Sick headache, biliousness, coated
tongue, sour, gassy stomach always
trace this to torpid liver; delayed,
fermenting food in the bowels.
Poisonous matter clogged in the in-,
testines, instead of being cast out of
the system is re-absorbed into the
blood. When this poison reaches the
delicate brain tissue it causes conges
tion and that dull, throbbing, sicken
Cascarets immediately cleanse the
stomach, remove the sour, undigested
food and four gases, take the excess
bile from the liver and carry out all
the constipated waste matter and poi
sons in the bowels.
A Cascaret tonight will have you
feeling clear, rosy and as fit as a fid
die by morning .They work while you
Don't Spoil A Good Meal
With A Bad Stomach
If a physician, a specialist in stom
ach diseases, came to you and said:
"1 will fix up that miserable, worn
out stomach for you or money back.
"I will hiake it as good as new so
you will not suffer from any distress
and can oat what you want without
fear or suffering, or money back."
would you turn down his offer? I
And when you are offered Mi-o-na
stomach- tablets, made from a pre
scription better than many of the
stomach specialists know how to write
are you going to be narrow minded
and continue to suffer from Indiges
tion, or are you going to be fair to
yourself and try Ml-o-na on the money
Mi-o-na stomach tablets are offer
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do not put your stomach into such
good shape that there Is no dizziness
sour stomach, biliousness, sick head
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-H Our courtesy is un
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DON'T MISS THIS
"-and no one coul
tell the difference
Last night's audience mystified
Tries vainly to detect difference between
voice of famous contralto and
RE-CREATION by Edison's
Those present at the Grand Opera
House last night saw Ida Gardner walk
onto the stage. They saw her take her
position next to a beautiful cabinet.
They saw her lips give voice to the
opening lines of Sweet Genevieve. Then
suddenly her lips were still but the
song kept flowing on.
How came this? They were hear
ing Miss Gardner's voice, yet Miss
Gardner was not singing. The entire
audience gasped as it slowly realized
that it had been unable to distinguish
between Miss Gardner's voice and the
RE-CREATION of that voice by the
This was the. daring test undertak
en last night at Grand Opera House by
Thomas A. Edison. He sought to prove
that no difference exists between the
voice of the living artist and its RE
CREATION by the New Edison. The
musically cultured of Salem were invit
ed to pass judgment. No test could have
been more exacting.
Miss Gardner made comparison af
ter comparison. The mystified audience
tried vainly to catch a difference be
tween the original rendition and its RE
CREATION Jby the New Edison. No
one could tell one from the other.
It was a triumph whole and com
plete for the New Edison.
The NEW EDISON
The Phonograph With A Soul"
The instrument used in last night's
Tone-Test is the regular model which
sells for $285. It is an exact duplicate of
the Laboratory Model which Mr. Edi
son perfected after spending three mil
lion dollars in experiments.
The Edison alone of all phono
graphs is capable of sustaining this test.
Until Mr. Edison knew it would do so,
he regarded his work as unfinished.
Ask some one who was present last
night. Learn the amazing truth. Then
come in and let us prove it personally to
GEO. C, WILL
Salem's EDISON Dealer