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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1919.
103 SlifflS WiLL '
Ml TO POHTUD
1 About 100 students of Willamette
university will accompany the Bear
cats to Portland Saturday for the gamej
with Reed college. A special car for
the rooters will be provided for, and
trill leave Salem over the Oregon Elec
liio Saturday morning at 9:45.
. Willamette's team will be greatly
'weakened by the absence of Basler,
j)ay and Rarey, who were Injured in
last Saturday's game with Multno
mah. Vinson, the Bearcat left end,
was injured in practice Monday night,
and will not be able to play. Thomas,
Eamsay and Toble are also nursing
Injuries, but will be in . the lineup
Saturday.- '"" .
Brown, right tackle, is another man
who may not be able to play.
In SDite -of these handicaps the
"Bearcats will send a strong team on
the field, and are expecting to swamp
Heed in the coming conflict. Wapato
baa been shifted from end to full
back, while Jackson and' Barnes will
probably play the end -positions.
Basler, who had a vertebra mis
placed in the Multnomah game, is
back in school after being confined, to
bed for three days. MUes, who was
Injured early in the season, came back
to school today. The other cripples
are improving nicely.
WATER PERMITS I
The development of 700 horsepowe
for mining purposes Is contemplated
by J. K. Romig and J. K. Romig, Jr.,
of Baker who filed an application with
the state engineer's office here Wed
nesday for the appropriation of. 2 5
second feet of water from Eagle creek,
Baker county. The development con
templates the construction of a pipe
line about 2 ft miles long and other
improvements at an estimated cost of
Vincents Mendiola of Riverview, Or.
has filed an application for the,appro
priation of water from the Owyee river
for the irrigation of 150 acres of land
in Malheur county.
CHOICE OF BEST TEAM
TO DEFEND HONORS OF
COAST REAL PUZZLER
I Washington, Nov. 20. The life of
the war-time prohibition law was at
Stake today before the supreme coiirt.
.' "Three cases involving the validity of
the law were up for argument.
Upon these decisions, expected to be
'landed down several weeks before
constitutional prohibition becomes ef
fective, depends the questions of
whether war-time prohibition can be
enforced. i '
The score of wets and drya In the
lower courts is virtually a tie, the pro
hibition lats having won in New York
end Chicago, while the liquor interests
have been victorious In Louisville and
Providence, R, I. , The ablest attorneys
that both sides can muster meet today.
SUihu Root, former secretary of state,
probably will lead . the fight for the
liquor interests, assisted by Levi Mayer
and William Marshall Bullitt, noted
Chicago lawyers, '
The prohibitionists have the govern
ment back of them since the attorney
general must defend all laws of con-.
: creas. Attorney General Palmer m
i lake part in the arguments but the
main burden will .full upon Sollcltoi
j General King.
Government briefs In the cases filed
today show that department of Justioe
' attorney will stand on declarations of
Attorney General Palmer that a state
of war still exists and until peaoe is
proclaimed the ban cannot be lifted.
The liquor interests, however, will
: point out that the president, in vetoing
the Volstead bill, declared the causes
of war-time prohibition had ceased to
MERCHANTS Of CITY
URGE EARLY SHOPPING
As in past years, the merchants of
Salem are urging their customers to
do their Christmas shopping early, and
as before, they have in mind better
service to their trade, better satisfied
customers and the consideration of
their employes, but this year, there is
a more vital note of Interest to the
publlo than ever before.
A canvas of the situation with the
merchants has brought out the fact
that on an average, not more than 60
per cent of the goods ordered for the
holiday business will be shipped. This
condition applies to practically every
line of goods.
Discussion with the iiocal merchants
tend to show that universally, they are
experiencing the same difficulties and
that while they have -ordered liberally,
merchandise for the season's demands
and l ad in many cases spoken lor the
goods many months age the factories
liae been unable to suppV them.
in view of these conditions, Ihe earlj
Ht- ppers thin season' win he the wije
ones and those who wait until the ibsi.
minute to make their purchases will
likely be. disappointed. ,
Choice of a western team to con
test with the best that the east has to
offer in, the way of a football eleven
for the annual inter-coast chamlpon-
ship contest at Pasadena on New
Years Day is still up in the air and
promises to be until after the last
game in the Pacific coast intercol
legiate ' conference is played on
Thanksgiving. In short, the Pacific
Coast is, so far, without a champion.
In the east the race for the west
ern trip has narrowed down to about
three teams and Harvard looks destin
ed to defend the honors of the section
wherein football teams are rated to
be "supreme." But out here it's differ
ent. ' , .
All Teams Defeated. V
Never before has a football season
on the coast been so devoid of super
ior aggregations and not in years has
this section'.been minus at least one
team which rated a "no defeat" re
cord. This year there is not a confer
ence eleven that has not been beat
en at least once.
Following Its win over the Univer
sity of Oregon squad, the Washing
ton State College eleven, with victor
ies over California and Idaho to its
credit, looked like a sure pennant
winner. But the University of Wash
ington gang, trimmed by Oregon two
weeks previous, last Saturday took
the measure of the Pullmanites and
jumbled the" dope into a tangled mess.
That one game put three teams on a
par Washington, Oregon and Wash
ington State. Oregon has a little the
better of the argument, for Coach
Shy" Huntington's warriors have, in
addition to their victory over Idaho,
won from Washington and O .A. C.
while Pullman has an almost equal
rating by reason of its Oregon and
California victories. Washington has
had only one game that gives any in-
Detroit, Mich., Nov. 20. Patsy Cline
of New York held Richie, Mitchell of
Milwaukee to a draw in their ten
round bout here last night .
MANY FARMERS WILL
Oakland, Cal., Nov. 20. Gunboat
Smith won eaBily from Bill Larue last
night in the main event at the audi
torium here. "Qurtner" floored La
rue twice In the last round, once for
the count of six and again for the
count of eight, the gong saving Larue
from a knockout. !
The assessment (roll , of Harney
county shows valuations of property
totalling $12,44 0 54.
Cause of Stomach Sickness.
How to Believe Stomach Distress In a.
few Minutes Money Back If
Treatment Dees Not Overcome
Any Form of Indigestion
! Oregon Agricultural College, Corval
lla, Nov. 20. The heaviest attendance
la Uu history of Farmers' week at the
college is predicted for December 28-
Jauuary a. Interest in agriculture in
Oregon la said to be greater than ever.
War conditoins brought about many
changes of farming methods. ' Hund
reds of persons from all sections of
the atate are expected to spend a week
la Corvallis for the purpose of getting
valuable suggestions to take home with
them. A 'practical program one that
will interest various types of farmers
'la being arranged.
Courses will be offered dealing with
farm crops, "dun-"' husbandry, animal
husbandry, poultry husbandry, soils,
horticulture, plant pathology, entomo
.logy, bacteriology, veterinary medicine,
.Industrial clubs, home economics, farm
nechanioa. rural marketing, bee-keep-lnjc
and other subjects.
If you feel as though there was a
lump of lead at the : pit of tho stom
ach, take a couple of Mi-io-na stomach
tablets aud in five' minutes you should
see that all stomach distress has van
If you bolchj gas, have heartburn or
sour stomaeh, you need Mi-o-na. If
your stomach feels upset the morning
after the nigh bof ore, take two Mi-o-na
talblets and see how quickly you got
If vou have shortness of Ivreath, pain
in the stomach, waterbrsh or foul
breath, vinu need Mi-o-na and the soon
er you got it, the sooner your stoufach
should .perform ats .duties propony.
If you use a box of Mi-o-na tablets
and feel that It has not overcome your
indigestion or stomach trouble, take
(he empty box .to yonr dealer and he
will refund your monoy. For gale by
D. J. Fry and all leading druggists.
from the one which it lost to Oregon,
and that was the victory struggle
with.W. S. C.
'Stanford Counted Out.
Stanford is not counted in the strug
gle, for It has won but a single game
of conference ball, and that with the
Oregon Aggies, out of whom both
Oregon and California have taken
falls But California can .yet figure
in the final selection for the Pasadena
game. By winning their contest next
Saturday with Stanford, which they
may do, and by taking the Thanksgiv
ing clay classic with Washington,
which they are not likely to do, they
would be at par with any coast aggre
gation, despite, the fact that the Ber-
kleyites were trounced by W. S. C.
Saturday's game in Portland be
tween Pullman and the Aggies is not
apt to have any direct bearing on the
final choice of the best western team,
unless O. A .C. should again upset the
dope and carry home the pork, an un
likely outcome. A victory over the Ag
gies would not boost Coach Welch's
championship stock to any noticeable
California Has Chance.
In any event, Oregon and.W. S. C.
are the sure contenders for the priv
ilege of going to Pasadena and there
will be a third one, either California
or Washington. In case California is
the lucky third, it is quite probable
that they will entertain the Pasadena
fans. Aside from the fact that Oregon
and Pullman teams have each appear
ed once in the Los Arjgeles suburb,
Oregon defeating Pennsylvania there
in 1916 and Pullman trimming Brown
the year before, the expense of trans
porting the Berkeley squad south
would be less than in the case of
either of the northern teams,, and the
Pasadena officials may favor new
faces If their football strength is equal
game Saturday showed that he had
lived up to his reputation as a trainer.
During the entire grueling no time was
taken out for Oregon Aggies. The hard
battle made no impression scarcely on
the nun and they are "raring" to go
after Pullman Saturday.
The game Saturday will give the
Portland people a, look at the Beavers
for the first time. So far this year all
the games have been played either
here or at some other eollege. The
Portland fans have been clamorlns- fnr
a look at the team, and when the two
state colleges meet, the fur is sure to
Syracuse, N. Y., Nov. 20. The Syra
cuse football eleven will leave for tha
west tonight, confident of victory in
the battles with the Indiana University
team at Bloomlngton, Ind., Saturday
and the University of Nebraska eleven
at Lincoln, Neb., Thanksgiving day.
Cambridge, Mass., Nov. 20. (United
Press.) The personnel of the Harvard
team which will face Yale Saturday Ohio.
was made known today.
The choice of Coach. Fisher places
A. Hornwecn at fullback, Havemeyer,
center; Sedgewick and Kane tackles.
Steele and Phlnney, ends; Woods and,
Clark. Euards:' Murray, quarterback.
'anrt r,;4Kv ami Wnmnhi-ev. halfbacks.'
SUGAR PROFITEERS WARNED
Washington, Nov. 19. "twill arrest
and prosecute any one as a profiteer
who sells beet sugar at 25 cents a
pound." Attorney General tPalmer eaid
today when told that Governor Cox of
Ohio telegraphed him protesting that
sugar is being sold at that price iu
tlmatlon of its real strength, aside to that of the Northwest outfits.
GSfessa Clay Succeed Hugo
' Bezdek At "Pirate" Helm
New York. Nov. 20. George Gib
son, former major league catcher and
manager last season of the Toronto
Internationals, will be tendered a con
tract to manage the Jtttsburgh Pirates look and feel a. hundred times better.
WASHING WON'T RID '
HEAD OF DANDRUFF
The only sure' way to get rid of
dandruff Is to dissolve it, then you de
stroy It entirely. To do ' this, get
about four ounces of ordinary liquid
arvon; apply it At night when retiring
use enough to moisten the scalp and
rub it in gently with the finger tips.
Do this tonight, and by morning,
most if not all, of your dandruff will
be gone, and three or four more ap
plications will completely dissolve and
entirely destroy every single sign and
trace of It, no matter how much dan
druff you may have.
You will find, too, that all itching
and digging of the scalp will stop at
once, and your hair will be fluffy,
lustrous, glossy, silky and soft, and
AGGIES HAVE HOPES OF
Oregon Agricultural College, Nov."
20. Beaten but not out of the running
is the status of the O. A. C. football
team. The Aggie players will make a
determined stand next Saturday on
Multnomah field against W. S. C. They
are going to fight harder than ever
before for victory now that the Oregon
game has been placed on the defeat
side ot the sheet. They are not to let
up on their work during the week and
it is to be assured that the spirit of
the student body will not lessen ei
Tho Pullman-Aggie game will no
doubt be one of the attractions of tho
season. The seat sale has already been
very active though the contest is sev
eral days off. The local aggregation
has In the past had considerable suc
cess over the cougars. They have won
seveh and loBt three In a total of ten
games played. The beavers have scor
ed 8S points against 61 for W. S. C.
in past seasons. Practically one-htuf
of the northerners points came in one
game, that of '15 when they won 29-0.
Pullman Is considered strong this
year and will present their best lineup
next Saturday. Captain Hanley will be
back nt quarter after an extended va
cation due to injuries. He Is the back
bone- of their play. They will put out
the best they have In view of the fact
that a defeat will eliminate them from
the race for the coast championship.
Tho orange and black fighters will
enter the game determined to win their
lust conference game this year. They
will npt take last Saturday's defeat as
a handicap, In fact, It will make them
work more determinedly than ever to
break the string of defeats of the year.
They will be quartered in the Sigma
Alpha Epsilom house this week. The
squad hus been cut down and individ
ual work will be emphasized ull week
rather than hard work on the field.
Every man came out of the Orego.i
game in practically the same condition
he entered it. Time was not taken out
for injured men and all are in good
fighting trim to wind up the season.
It is certain the team has played bet
ter ball as a result of the spirit shown
by the student body than it could have
without it. If the same spirit will con
tinue to prevail though the team has
but one more game in which to play a
part this year, it is' bound to start O.
A. C. football teams to winning. It is
having the desired effect on the pres
ent frosh team and making them firm
ly resolve to win when given the
chance. ;- ; " '
Much credit for the present good
condition of the men must be given to
Mike" Butler," the new trainer. The
An Influx of More
for the Holiday S
ey owner Barney Dreyfus. at the Na- You can get liquid arvon at' any
Uaoal league meeting here early In D-, drug store. It is Inexpensive and nev
eamber, according to reports today. er falls to do the work. (Adv)'
BEFORE "SAND-MAN" COMES
Prepare for a Clear, Bright Day Tomorrow by
Taking "Cascarets" for Liver and Bowels
"Caaoareta" tonight sure! Your
ntttoan is filled with liver and bowel
paiaaa which keeps your akin sallow,
yew ataraaob upset, your head dull
an aching and your system full ot
eeld. Your meals are turning into
te jitiil. aaea and aolda You can not
leal right. Oon't stay bilious or con-
Stops Medicine Health
Recovered by Internal Baths
Mr. A. Czarnecki, ! 65 7 Montgomery
St., San Francisco, Cal, writes Tyr
rell's Hygehio Institute of New York
as follows: ' '
"I must admit that the use of the
'J. B. 1. Cascade' has cured chronic
constipation from which I suffered.
Since May 12, 1913, I have never ev
en tasted any kind of patent medicine
or purgative. My health Is ..excellent
in every 'respect."
Over half a million bright, keen, in
telligent Americans have found that
Internal bathing is more essential to
their health than external, baths ,
Have found that used occasionally
at night they fell like different peo
ple the next morning.' No more of that
bilious, tired, nervous feeling, but hav
ing by nature's own cleanser anti
septic warm water removed all the
poisonous waste from the lower in
testine, they awaken thoroughly re
freshed by normal sleep, with all their
functions acting properly, clear head
ed, happy and confident .eager and
capable for the duties of the day.
Why not learn more about this rap
idly growing and natural practice.
The ''J. B. L. Cascade" is the inven
tion of Chas. A. Tyrrell, M. P., of New
York, a specialist on internal baths
for 20 years, and is now being shown
and explained by Daniel J. Fry who
will give you free on request an
interesting booklet on the subject
called "Why Man of Today Is Only 60
Per cent Efficient." (Adv)
The coat you have deferred buying awaits your happy selection for the
festivities of Thanksgiving Day. Here you will find the coat that will give
you satisfaction far greater in proportion than its cost. The satisfaction and
gratification of being able to afford a particularly good coat, the knowledge
that it is of a quality that will wear excellently and the pride afforded by
good workmanship and clever designing.
In this' new group are many models that will serve the all-round purpose
of dress wear and general service.
Special Prices Prevail On Suits and Dresses
E GL i?tph?j Gin;
OUTFITTERS TO WOMEN MISSES AND CHILDREN
Every Salem Druggist
Is Grossly Underpaid
How Much He Gives In Service Compared To What He
, - ! i Receives In Return.
atipated. Feel splendid tomorrow by
taking Cascarets before you go to
bed. They act without griping or in
convenience. They never sicken you
like calomel, salts, oil or nasty, harsh
pilla They cost so tittle too-Cascarets
work while you sleep. (Adv)
No professional man In Salem
serves the community better or more
conscientiously ; than the druggist
He accothmodnjtes you with postage
stamps at cost,1 maintains a general
Information bureau and. free waiting
room, his store is a first aid hospital
conducted without reward, he gets up
In the middle bf the night to answer
your emergency calls; ,
Night and day he is consulted oft
ener than any other, ,and he gives his
professional services without fee. His
only reward, and it is a small one at
that, comes when you make a pur
chase from his stock of merchandise.
You accept his recommendation
Just as you accept that of your law
yer, your doctor or your banker, be
cause you know that his word is good
and that he knows best. He can't af
ford to make mistakes and he does
n't He knows that his whole success
in his chosen profession depends on
accuracy on skill on keeping faith
with his customers.
He stakes his reputation a hundred
times a day with a hundred different,
customers but his Judgment ia found
ed on knowledge and experience the
knowledge and experience of the men
of his profession handed down thru
'the agea through schools, colleges-and
text books and the knowledge and
experience which come in the day's
work and in association with others
In his profession.
The druggist of today doesn't guess
he knowa And one ot the reasons
he knows ia because be Insists that
the preparations he sells, shall meas
ure up to the highest standards.
To recommend an article, the drug
gist must of course, know what it
contains and how It is made, and this
was one reason for the formation of
a cooperative national association of
druggists and physicians who prepare
a complete line of household remedies
and toilet goods. This association !s
the American Druggists Syndicate.
This is the largest enterprise of its
kind in the world. More than 28,000
druggists and physicians own and op
erate it and guarantee its products.
They know that A. D. a Milk of Mag
nesia Is the best In the world, they
guarantee that A. D. B. Aspirin meets
the highest standards of quality, they
stand back of A. D. S. Peredtxo Tooth
Paste the tooth paste which whitens
like peroxide because it is incom
parably the best And the same drug
gists in the same way are squarely
behind the entire family of A. p. S.
It means everything to you to have
such a guarantee behind the reme
dies you buy a guarantee baaed on
the scientific knowledge and experi
ence of thousands of experts. When
you buy an A. D. S. product from an
A. D. S. druggist, you may do so in
the confident belief that you have
secured the finest possible product at
the lowest possible price.
Ask any A. I). S. druggia for A. D.
S. product the next time you need
any household remedy or toilet arti
cle sold in a drug store. (Adv),
Saturday, Nov. 22nd
THIS WILL BE THE GREATEST SALE ,. AND DEMONSTRATION WE
HAVE EVER HELD-LASTING ALL DAY LONG
AT BOTH OUR STORES
456 State Street North Commercial Street
Formerly Busick's Grocery Formerly Stockton's
BIG REDUCTIONS-ALL DOWN THE LINE. A WONDERFUL OPPOR
TUNITY TO SAVE MONEY ON ALL YOUR THANKSGIVING SUPPLIES
HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS WORTH OF SAMPLES WILL BE GIVEN
AWAY DURING THIS DEMONSTRATION, THE BIGGEST DEMONSTRA
TION OF SMOKED MEATS, LARD, CANNED MEATS AND CANNED
GOODS WE HAVE EVER HELD
'CASH lilp STORE
I Dry Goods
M ' KcnsEbisIuDfi
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