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f AGE SIX.
THE CAPITAL JOLNAL
MM CLUB OF
W. CL LEAGUE TO BE
HERE APRIL 10-24
The famous Moosejow club o( the
EXTRA TIME CAKE
The Willamette basketball team lost
Western Canadian league will beeenjio M. A. A. C. in Portland Saturday
in action in Salem during the week be-j night by a score of .30 to tJ. Each
ginning Sunday. April 16. Tills Is the team had 28 points at the end of the
result of a conference in Portiunu,
Sunday between. Biddle ISishop, man
ager of the Salem Senators and Nick
Williams of the northern club.
Williams will bring his 25 man ag
gregation here and will train on the
grounds of the new Salem club, plan
ning a ten-day fctop in this city b. fore
department for the 'north Arrange
ments have been made for the playing
of a five-game series between the
Senators and the visitors during week end of the first half. .."Squint" Dimick
days, these game will be culled at a s was high-point man for the -collegians,
o'clock In the afternoon, so that bust-j while "Russ" Rarey played a great
nss men and baseball funs, locally ' game on defense. In the Inst few mo
em ployed, may have an opportunity to j n.ents of play Jackson, the Bearcat
buck the Senators In their efforts to , center, sprained his ankle. He may be
worst the crack Canadian outfit. jable to play in the games with Stan-
The Moosejaw club, well known ford and Idaho this week,
throughout the country is re-entering! Morton and Clerln played the best
tlie game after the war period. Nick basketball for Multnomah.
Wlll.ams has been recruiting from Willamette. Multnomah.
some of the best eastern offerings and. Wapato (6) F (10) Clerln
huH made arrangements with liishop j Oimiek (8) ;..F (19) "Morton
for the mutual exchanges dished by i Jackson (6) ;...C (2) Mix
OF WESTERNERS NOT
YET DEAD, REPORT
Certification of a $29,700 bond is
sue is asked of the state irrigation
securities commission by the Rainier
drainage district in an application
i filed with Jhe commission Saturday.
! The issue is to be used in the com-
With Billy Speas of the Regina ! Despite opposition from some of the
club, Nick Williams of the Moosejaw : leaders in congress to the proposed
regular playing time, and Multnomih
managed to score a field' goal Id the
five minutes overtime, while Willam
ette connected with only one point.
The Bearcats put hp one of the best
f.;htg they have shown- this season.
Hvery man was going good, ond there
was, as the score shows, pract cally
I othing to choose between the two
teams. Willamette led, 18 to 14. at the
league and Billy Stcpp of the Portland
Elks' team, angling for openin games,
Biddie Bishop is working overtime in
an effort to get the field at Twelfth
and Oxford streets in shape for arly
Salem baseball fans, upon learning
that there is a good chance to bring j ington, D. C.
of the Canadian clubs here lor a -ufjcr,
$250,000,008 bond issue for reclama
tion and irrigation projects in the west
there is a chance for the westerners
to succeed with their project, declares
to succed with their project, declares
School district No. 43 in Grant
county has failed to satisfy the re
quirements of the state law In voting
its $1000 bond issue for. a new school
house in that there are no minutes of
a board meeting previous to the dec
tion at which action was taken favor
able to such an election. The state
(law, according to an opinion prepar
led by Attorney General Brown for
information received today from Wash ,he Kujiance of State Treasurer O.
Talks At Liberty
"u s izard OU
by State Engineer Percy
P. Koff requires that the school board
shall select the form of indebtedness
one of the Canadian clubs here for a
scries of games and perhaps for com- I t probable that the measure win 1 10 be entered into before any election
pletion of spring training have submit, j nave 10 e widened so as to inciuae t0 authorize the contraction of such
ted proof of their desire to put the8wamP anl cm-over lands but the fact a ,iebt can be had.
Senators up against these tean.s ojjthat the west is now in the saddle sn
subscribing liberally to the fund neces-1 congress and in addition occupies a Although there is nothing in the
sary for park construction. strategic political positio makes the (aw providing for and regulating
While these voluntary subscriptions ! chance for success goods, Cupper s port districts which would make it
give definite promise of about 11000 i Informant declares. I illegal for a member of the port
the delegation from the west has
succeded in overturning a long es
tablished precedence in resuming
hearing directly from the steering
F.ishop expects to encounter little dif
ficulty in raising the necessary amount
which contractors estimate will be
about three thousand dollars.
In order to accommodate the vt.
tors, Bishop is Jumping intj the work
of securing funds necessary for the
completion of the Tweltth-Oxford
street grounds. All fans who are in
terested in the promotion of a good
111 park here are urged to get Into
touch with bishop. A phone call win
bring the hustling bnseball man with
Ills receipt book for any donation,
large or small. Bishop's place of busi
ness is the Willamette Valley Transfer
The Moosejaw club and other visli
oih brought here will spend their train
ing money liberally, suya Bishop, be
sides these games "ill put Salem on
the Pacific coast Demi-professional
roster, a good form of -civic advertis
ing In Itself.
The Sulem city council, lOlks club,
Commercial club and other organiza
tions have endorsed the organization
of the Senators and Bishop argues that
now Is the time to Insure the establish
ment of a well equlppi'd i-eiul-pro club
McKittrlek (7) O :'... Twining
Karey (2) 0...i. (2) Toomey
S (2) Duniway
S (4) Clerln
With the promise of permanent committee. Already the sieering corn
grounds for the Senators, Salem fol- niittee has given decided encourage
li wers of our of door sports have "lent to the proposed legislation and,
evinced a determination to establish wnat more, a vacancy on the ste?r
a well equipped field. The six-acre lnS committee probably will be filled
tiact at Twelfth and Oxford streets, is by tne appointment of Representative j of its own members, laying the corn
considered ideal in location. Bishop s Nolan of California. This wiil give the mission open to public criticism and
plans to thoroughly fence the park west control of that committee an hs I would not be good policy in the opin
and to get it in such condition that it a" powerful influence for the bond is-'ion of the attorney general. The opln-
can be also utilized for football, field 8JC ls regarded by many as certain. lion was piepared in reply to a query
commission to receive compensation
for work performed for the district,
according to Attorney General Brown
yet the attorney general advises
against such employment of port
members when other assistance equal
ly as good can be had. Such action
would place the commission in the po
sltion of employing and paying one
Second In Cross
Albert Spoarson, Chemawa five-'
rniler, has again made a good showing
for the Indian school, taking second
place In the Portland Telegram's an-1
tiunl cross city event. Saturday.
The five mfle sprint across the city
was contested by over fifty entrants
and was won by M. Payne of the Mult
nomah Athletic club, i Payne's tim.v
wus 28.02 minutes.
While Payne led him by about a
hundred yards, Hpearson's run u
made in good form, Speaisnn has se
cured Illinois for his school In other
I meets and other out of door exhlbi- William Spry, former governor ol
Among the innivatlons planned for Utah, and one of the western delega
the park are: protected parkings, and tion Pointed out to the ways and means
a triangular, all-view grandstand committee that the reclamation fund
faced by a batting cage. A small club bond 'ssua is a different proposition
house, equipped with lockers, dressing from appropriations for rivers and har
rooms and showers is also included In bors- That money, as he stated, ts not
the project. returned, while the bond money will
The Senators have been avat..-:: be repaid with interest."
themselves of Ihp irnri u-entHn.. hv I
getting together f rr a bit of practice
after working horns, as all of tho boys
; Varsity "Frosh"
'I lie WI'laim-Me freshman bus leut ball
team ilefHtml the ISVwh.-rg IiIkIi
i i Imnl team Saturday night at N.'W
lierm.by n SIMM of 20 to IS. The fresh-
i i shower great improvement In
teamwork over th ir former game,
(ian.uns and fiuciilu;'nky played Hie,
best game fur lliti lonks, while tin1
.liuies kii-ni Ium-.s KUinetl fu
iaitzans ( 1) V
Thomas ).;.. F.:.
Hi one (2) C
JIlliH (41 (!
Pocolnfsky (2) (1. ...'.....'.
Wins Fast Game
are employed locally.
The lineup as chucked at the pres
ent time is: Hays and Kracke, catch
ers; Cox, Sshroeder, Cole, Craig, pitch
ers; Bishop, first sack;' Holmes sen
ond base; Alike Miller, short; Proctor,
3rd bag; Knickerbocker, Huniplireyn,
O'Mulley, Hall and Adams, outfield.
Bishop announces that he intend t )
put more time into fund sulicithirr, '.his
week and will make a daily canvas and
publication of support received.
from H. T. Stewart, secretary of the
Port of Port Orford.
NIGHT FfltE DRIVES GUESTS
FROM BIG NEW YORK HOTltfi
The nppropriation of 200 second
feet of water from Wallowa river
In a very f ist and evenly mtitchd j for 41 supplemental supply for the lr-
Siinic, the Dallas Athletic c ub defeat-i acres in viauowa
ed Ihe Lincoln Junior 'high. IvMtetha'l
quintet nt the V. M...C..A. gym S it
tirday nlulu by tile score of S to 0.
The Dallas team was coinpnsed ol
heavier and older men, but Ihe lor-.
bllVS belli the RenrA ilnurn t,i A.R until
Newborg. i i,),, , .,,,). I . ve ..minutes of'r i
rsewbeig. I , ,ay Wlla required before the v'fillor
' " 1 - -oiil a host the cheek-up, two points.
M iri'is' T ii i,r..i!.lii...i.i. ';..im t. t.i i.
,V.. K. church team .defeated the .
M. C! A. with The score of 8 to 3.
(S) W. JoncR
KANSAS DEMOCRATS GATHER
1UXGIW KIXG T) VISIT
RIO .lAVEIRO THIS SPIIIXG
Topi-ku, -Kan,, l'Vli. 23, I U'lnncrat
1c leaders from virtually all parts of
it he slnte lire here today for the nii
inml (leiiiocrallc "love feast." Infor
mal discussion of national and stale
isMit'H anil raiulltbitox is the order of
ihe ria'. - .
Rio Janeiro, SuiuVcy. .;Vh. 22. An
nouncement Is made tftut Albert, king
.of the Belgians, w 1 1 f visit tills city in
June. Tpartiueuts In inip of the most
beautiful palaces In the city are be
ing renovated .t receive the royal
guests. ... ,
county Is sought by J. Louis of Lo
stine, In an application filed with
state engineer .Percy A. Cupper Sat
urday. Other applications for water rights
were filed Saturday as follows:
By C. K. Weston of Grants Pass
covering the appropriation of water
from Rogue river for the irrigation
of a small tract In Josephine county.
By W. A, Mack of Kerby covering
the appropriation of water from Alt
house creek, the East Fork of Illi
nois river and Sucker creek for the
Irrigation of small tracts nc-if Klr-
By N. S. rhelps of Myrtle ..Point
covering the appropriation of water
from a small 'unnamed stream for
By Anlone Spinas of Selma cover
ing the nppropriation of water from
Draper creek for the irrigation of
20 acres in Josephine county.
Although the big program sched
uled by the Salem Elks lodge has
been postponed because of the prev
alence of sickness, the special com
mittee In charge of the event is tak
ing advantage of the delay by perfect
ing arrangements for special program
features not originally included in
the scout work exhibition.
The affair was to have taken place
at the Salem armory, February 2 7,
the public being Invited to enjoy the
presentation of combined scout and
Elk exercises and drills. The special
committee in charge: F. A. Erlxon,
August Huekestetn, M. L. Meyers,
Charles Knowlund and S. M. Eruli
cott have made new arrangements
with Scout Executive Harold Cook
for the later announcement of the
AV.I SHV itXV.VV IVKHaOP
A Yd SUV iXVAV MVXJLIOP
iVd SOY J.XVAI 1YHi10f
New York, Feb. 23. Four hund
red guests at the Marie Antoinette
hotel, Broadway and 67th street were
driven from their rooms early today
by a fire which started In the apart
ment of AVilliam H. (Big Bill) Ed
.wards, collector of internal revenue
and former Princeton football cap
tain The hotel was damaged by wa
ter to tho extent of $25,000.
Mr. Edwards' football trophies,
which he considered priceless, were
destroyed. The origin of the fire is
GUNS TRAINEE ON GREAT CROWDS IN BERLIN
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iiicii's intiiH'!iatltm tucasmva were under consideration. 8 !ilier used barbed wire lu th? strccta to resulate Hie flow
of ri!".i!sr!iMl jimn'lc and picketed r!ic lV!.-ht',j; Luildltij; vvith iiiacldue guns and crows ready for any emergency,
For a ttW Inu'is rivolti(lon was Imminent
Smoke Too Much?Let
Nicotol Help you quit
Do Jou smoke too much? Thou
sands of nun d limi know it. Thev
want to smoke less or quit altogether
but will not punish themselves to en
dure the craving that fallows leaving
off. Such men need Nicotol which
kills the craving and makes cutting
down the use of tobacco or tiuittlnsc
altogether easy and pleasant. Nirotol
cures the craving fur tobacco, tones
up the nerves and keeps you feeling
fine and ft. Go to any druggist for
a package of Xicotol tablets sold un
der a steel bound guarantee -off sat
isfaction or money refunded.
Note: Ask your drustsist what oth
ers say alout the wonderful pcw.r
uf Nicotol to break the tobacco h'i li
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WALKS MIXERS STRIKE
forth. Wale. Feb. 23. Thirty
thousand miners went on strike to
day in the collieries of the Rhondda
valley. The shutdown was almost com
Friday evening, Prof. L. C. Douglas,
of University of Oregon extension di
vision lectured on the subject, "Amer
icanism" before an interested crowd.
He said that Americanism was hard
to define since every party and peo
ple were only too glad to claim it as
their main principle.'
In the last analysis. Mr. Douglas.
stated demorcacy as developed in the
new world and Americanism were one
and the same thing and most to be
A short program preceded the speaker
and consisted of the following num
bers: Bass solo "A Sailor's Dream"
Reading "An Alligator"
Miss Grace Hastings.
Following business meeting refresh
ments of sandwiches, cake and coffee
SALT RIYKR FLOODS WANES
Phoenix, Ariz., Feb. 23. The peak
of the flood of Salt river which was
expected to reach Phoenix early this
morning, failed to arrive and the r.ver
is gradually receding. The property
damage from the swollen streams ..as
been slight and there! is no further
alarm over the situation.
the nose and throat Jl mic 5nr
day with onehnatC
two parts water, u,inT 09 M
" you haven't an TilT
he throat and , V t
the nose. This treatmen, mi5tar
antiseotic wi . . ent ttn,'
colds ana . ..
to grip. Stop them
ard Oil before thev ?,W.
a dangerous influena tlap
Get it from drui.',. .
not satisfied. ..:" ,w Mc.
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ache? Just trv u-i Z. 1 7V? ka
t little pink run. IH
Guaranteed. M 4"-
get your money back.
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The Indian elephant rarely breeua ,n
Tf Tot head or throai
Catarrh try the
. iyapor treatment-
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Welcome Relief from
Tortures of Rheumatism
Russian peasants kiss each other on
belong to the :esa
Can Come Only From the Proper
Many forms of rheumatism rt
caused by millions of tiny germt
that infest the blood, and until the
blood is absolutely freed of these
germs, there is no real relief in
And because so many people treat
the pain, and not the disease itself,
is one reason why rheumatism in
many cases ls a permanent disease,
increasing in severity year by year.
The most satisfactory remedy for
one of thj most thorough blood purl,
fters known to medical science. Thu
fine old remedy cleanses . the blood
of impurities. Being purely vegeiabk
without a particle of mineral ot
chemical in Its composition, it worn
by eliminating impurities, acting u
a tonic to the entire" system at tta
S. S. S. is sold by druggists every
where, and any of them will tell j
that it is a thoroughly honest and
reliable old remedy.
Write our medical department fer
valuable literature and free advici
Address Chief Medical Adviser. 31!
rheumatism is S. S. S because It Is Swift Laboratory, Atlanta, Ga. '(Ad)
'111 Wtw are " ' . " If
flavors like the pyramids of Egypt?
Because they are long-lasting.
find weiSLEYB is a beneficial
as well as a Ions-lasting treat.
It helps appetite and digestion. '
keeps teeth clean and breath
sweet, allays thirst.
CHEW IT AFTER EUERV WEfiLI