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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
GAME WILL WRITE
FINIS UPON SEASON
The lam Inter-collegiate basketball
game to be played In Salem this season
will take place Wednesday evening at
8 p. m. In the armory, when the Wil
lamete Bearcats line up against Pacific
university. The only other game which
Coach Mathews men will play here Is
with Multnomah Athletic club next
Although not a conference game,
Wednesday's clash between the Bear
cats and 1. t". promises to be one 01
the fastest games of the season. P. IT.
has a fast team, having defeated all
her non-conference opponents and she
will make a desperate attempt to win
from Willamette. Pacific has always
considered the Methodist school her
deadlleHt rival and It would be a great
feather In her cap if she could win
now that Willamette is in the confer
ence. The Bearcats are continuing to im
prove their teamwork in practice, the
lineup remaining as it was at the be
ginning of the Idaho games. Jack
nn's sprained ankle is strengthening,
so that he will be able to speed up in
the game, although he Is favoring it In
practice. Otherwise the team is in
first class shape. The freshmun team
is lining up aguintit the varsity in prac
tice this week.
SPORTING GOODS CO.
ADOS CUP 10 LIST OF
The Oregon Fir, Inc., and the Ore
gon Pine, Inc., shipbuilding corpora
tions, both capitalized at $225,000 filed
articles of Incorporation with the cor
poration department here, today. The
incorporators are James B. Kerr, Rob
ert !:. Kuykenduli and C. C. Frlsbte.
Other corporations filing articles to
Klamath River Lumber company,
Klamath Kulls, $100,000; T. W. Gra
ham, W. J. Reilly and O. D. Burke.
Medford Camp, No. 90, Woodmen of
the World, Medford, $2500; Willamette
(larrett and others.
KOrest drove Clay Products com
pany, Forest drove, $25,000; J. B. Fln
iilicun, A. T. Lewis and Jeswe Wlthy
combe. Fraternal hospital, Astoria, $125, "
A. A. Anderson, Max Pohl and E, B.
SKN. It AMUIFAD lAS.SFS,
Washington, Mar, 2. Sena
tor John H. Bunkhead, of Ala
bama, died here Monday after
an Illness of several weeks
When the eight high schools of tna
various sections of the state meet here
this week to contest in the" Willamette
university state championship tourna
ment they will be playing for the pos-
; session of two title cups, instead of one
as was first announced. Coach
Mathews, who is In charge of the
tournament, has received word from
the Thomas E. Wilson company, Chi
cago sporting goods house, that they
will give a cup to the team winning
the championship. The other cup to
be competed for is the Willamette uni
versity trophy. .
Practically all arrangements have
been completed for Ihe tournament
and the eight teams that ha've been se
lected to vie for the Oregon high
school basketball honors are those of
Ashland, The Dalles, Lincoln (Port
land), Astoria, Forest Grove, Salem,
Albany and Marshfleld.
While three teams in the Portland
inlet-scholastic league are still tied for
first place and the championship ;ri
not be decided Lincoln high was chos
en because of the fact that all indica
tions point to them as the probable
winners and because. they carried off:
the pennant last year. Eastern Ore
gon, the far eastern part, is not to be
represented at the tournment because
of the great expense of bringing a
team from that section here,' and be
cause the championship of the state
la still in doubt.
The drawings for the tournament
will be held at a banquet of the coach
es at the Marlon hotel, Thursday noon,
and the first games of the series will
be played that afternoon, beginning at
2 o'clock. The teams eliminated in the
games of Thursday will play In a con
solation round Friday morning. The
semi-finals of the tournament will be
plaved Friday afternoon and the finals
Friday evening. All of the games will
be played on the armory floor.
Either George Dewey, Thomas Onw-
ley or Leon Faber will be the official
referee of the tournament, with Coach
Mathews as a relief.
Proxy votes can not be considered
in determining the presence of a quo
rum necessary to transact business
at meetings of state commissions, ac
cording to an opinion just prepared
by Attorney General Brown in reply
to a query from Mrs. Harriet H. Hel
ler secretary of the Oregon child wel
fare commission. A majority has no
right to authorize a legal meeting
when it requires voting by proxy to
constitute a quorum, the opinion
reads, declaring that the quorum
must be present in person.
Ical registrars are entitled to the
25 cent registration fee for recording
births and deaths in- their respective
communities, according to Attorney
General Brown who has prepared an
opinion to that effect for the infor
mation of David N. Roberg, Estate
health officer. This, however; does
not apply to cities and towns of
more than 2000 population where
registration of vtal statistics is in the
hands .of a salaried official. -
S. Benson of Portland will accept
the governor's reappointment to a
eat on the state highway commission
when his present term expires March
31. Governor Olcott la in receipt of
a letter to that effect from Benson
in reply to the governor's announce
ment that he would reappoint him at
the expiration of his present term.
Goodin secretary of the state board
of control. Multnomah county is not
a person" within the meaning of the
law which provides that money pro
vided by "persons" for the care of
HDecific wards of a state Institution
! shall be deducted from money ap-
propriatei by the state for the insti
tution. T. A. Weinke of Condon has filed
his nominating petition with the sec
retary of state's office as a candidate
for the republican nomination for
district attorney of Gilliam county.
The Teal Irrigation district in Cma
tilla 'county has made application to
the state irrigation securities commis
sion for state gurantee on the interest
payments on bonds in the sum of $930.
000. William A. Marshall, chairman of
the state Industrial accident commis
sion, will leave Friday for Sacramento.
Cal.. where he will make a first hand
study of the work of the California
commission on safety standards with
a view to putting his information Into
use in connection with the new de
partment created in this state by the
last legislative session.
capabilities specially fit them. Sixteen
men have been called in for this first
series of conferences.
WOCLD EXTER RACE
Portland, Ore., Mar. . Dr.
W. D. Wood, of Hillsboro, has
announced his candidacy for
the office of secretary of state
on the republican ticket.
All mammals have hair, although In
whale this consists of only a few
bristles on the lips.
Mrs. A. P. Pike of Lakewood. Ohio.
Is the first woman named as a dele
gate to the national political conven
tion. She has been named ns one of
the delegates from Ohio to the demo
cratic national convention to be held
in San Francisco this year.
rmsoxr.it iixiyrF.i.Y prNisiiF.i
Astoria, Or., Mar. 2. When Pal
Wallace, serving a five day sentence
for drunkenness, refused to work, he
wu Hliackled and required to stand
on the stieot whore Other prisoners
were at work. A city ordinance re
Millies Hiirh action when prisoners re
tune to Win k.
The theory att eclipse vflis known
to the Chinese 12a years before the
TIIK QI'ICK WAY TO STOP
TIiIh liunio nmdii syrup lor
the) work In a hurry. Haslly
piciNirt l, and savin
about til . ,
How To Use
To Prevent Flu
Tu Germs are Breathed In. Inriain
cil Air Passages Make Ideal Breed
ing Grounds for These Germs
Keep Air Passages Open
Molt aMttlo Ykk's Yupoltuh In a
Spoon Night nnd Morning ami In
hale Vapor Alno Apply I'p the
NostrlW Several Times a Dny, Ks
peolnlly Just Before Being Excised
lou might bi surprised to know
unit the boat thing you. enn use for
u Severn cough, Is a remedy which is
easily prepared nt home In Just a few
moments. Ifa cheap, but for prompt
results It beats anything else you ever
tried. Usually stops the ordinary
cougn or cheat cold In 24 hours,
unties pleasant, too children like It
ana It I pure and good.
I'our 2Vi ounces of Plnex In a pint
bottle; then fill It up with pluln
inanuiatca sugar syrup. Or use elur-
meu motawies, noney, or corn syrup,
instead of sugar syrup, if desired.
Thus you make a full pint a family
supply hut costing no more than
small bottle of ready made cough-ays.
tip. ,." , .
And as a cough medicine, there Is
really nothing better to be had at any
price, it goes right to the spot and
gives quick, lasting rellof. It promptly
heals the Inflamed membranes that
line the throat and air passages, stops
tne annoying throat tickle, loosens the
iimegm, and soon your coUgh stops
entirely, splendid for bronchitis,
croup, noarseneea and bronchial asth
Plnex Is a highly concentrated com
pound of Norway pine extract, fu-.iv
oils for Us healing effect on the mem
fi lines. . : .
i Hvom disappointment auk your
nruggist fur "2 ounces of Pin.x'
vun uiroi'nons na non t accept any
thing else. Guaranteed to give abeo.
lute satisfaction or money refunded.
The Plnex Co., Ft, Wayne, linl. (Ad)
nit a re
; We handle only secondhand
, We have the- name of be-f
Ing the fairest priced house
In, town and are proud of It
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Lucas & Lucas
Phone 1177. Liberty and Ferry
Flu This Yenr is Milder
vv nue we Know very little more
about tho flu now than we did last
year the germ Itself has never been
positively luentmca still most au
thorities agree that the flu germs are
breathed In. If the system Is In good
shape and the membrane or lining
of the air passages Is in healthy con
dition these germs are thrown off.
A good plan Is to melt a little Vlcks
VapoRub in a spoon night and morn
ing, and Inhale the vapors, also ap
ply a little up the nostrils several
times a day, especially just before
being exposed to crowds.
- Trent All Colds Promptly
eic. so mat when the salve is ap
cows irrltnte the lining of the air
passages and make them real breed
mg grounns ior germs. Prompt use
of Vlck's VnpoRub aids In prevent
ing colds. For head colds, sore throat
or hoarseness, rub Vicks well over the
throat and chest and cover with
warm flannel cloth. For deep chest
colds, severe sore throat or bronchi
tla, hot wet towela should first be
applied to the throat, chest and back
between the shoulder blades to open
the pores. Then vlcks should be rub
bed In over the parts until the skin
red spread on thickly nnd covered
with two thicknesses of hot flannel
cloths. Leave the clothing loose
around the neck, so the vapors, re
leased by the body heat, may be
These vapors, Inhaled with each
breath, carry the medication directly
to the lungs and air passages. At the
same time Vlcks Is absorbed thru and
stimulates the skin, thus aiding; to re
lieve the congestion within.
Vse of External Treatment for Colds
ticks AnpoRub 1 the discovery of
worth Carolina druggist who found
how to combine In salve form, the
standard time tested, remedies. Cam
phor Menthol Eucalyptus Thyme
t-v. bu mat wnen ins saiva la an.
pueu me oouy heat, -these ingredi
ents are. liberated in the form of va
pors, . . ;.
vicks Is particularly recommend
ed for children's croup or colds, stnee
11 is externally applied and therefore
can be used freely and often without
the slightest harmful effects.
the beat evidence of the value of
lcks Is the steadily Increasing num-
oer of people who have been convert
ed fo the use of this "outside" treat
ment. . v
Beginning with the customers of a
small retail dm store, the use of
'lcks h.is grown year y year state
by state until now more than 17
million jars are used -annually. And
his in spite of the gact that Vlcks is
new form of treatment to many
folks In the north and west. Vicks
c.n be hsul at all drusists In three
aigra 30c, 60u and ll.SO. . (Adv)
The money appropriated by Mult
nomah county for the care of its
wards In the Baby home at Portland
,has no effect whatever- on the state
appropriation for that Institution, ac
cording to an opinion' prepared by
Attorney General Brown for R. B.
Workmen injured in Oregon indus
tries and who are eligible to receive
aid under the new law which provides
for the vocational training of these
men will meet with representatives or
the commission in Portland, Friday
and Saturday, for preliminary confer
ences at which definite action will be
determined upon. Under the tentative
plan of the commission such men as
will be benefitted by special Instruc
tion will be placed in some school In
the tsate while others will be nlaced
in lines of employment to which their
Aches, pains, nervousness, diffi
culty in urinating, often mean
serious disorders. The world's
standard remedy for kidney, liver,
bladder and uric acid troubles
bring quick rslisf and often wild oS
deadly diseases. Known aa the nstionsl
remedy of Holland for more than 200
years, All druggists, in three sista,
Uefc lot ske bum Cold Medal ea every fcox
sad accept ae Imifilas
Regular Habits Produce
a Beautfiul Complexia
Daily elimination rids the lyitem of "
Women should realize th&tj
MANY women complain
daily of their complexion,
of their headaches and gen
eral ill health, little realizing
that the trouble is constipation.
Women, too, are much more sub
ject to such congestion than men,
and much more careless of it.
The result is seen in lusterless,
, weary eyes, in sallow, pimply
complexion, in lassitude, bad
breath, and in that word so often
' At the first sign of these symp
toms the wise woman will take
' laxative, and wilt see that the
young girl and others in her care
aouxewise. ur. taiawen s syrup
- Pepsin is the favorite with thou
sands of women because it is mild
and gentle in its actioo and in the
. end trains the stomach and bowel
muscles to do their work naturally
without the aid of medicine.
This combination of simple lax
ative herbs with pepsin, which can
be bought at any drug store, is
also a very sterling first-aid in
colds, fevers and other sudden ills
that male it sdviseM. to tk.
have a bottle in th, Cu.
free from narcotics aa uf.
the tiniest baby, e
In spite of the fact that Dr. fi
tjM laxatH. in the
txmg Hr 6 milium dottle,
year, many who nted its bath, S
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL "WANT ADS Pi
A I Jtiited States Armv MAN
1 -$31 -
THERE is a Canal et Panama, linking two great
oceans and carrying the commerce of the world.
For a hundred years and more men dreamed of
that Canal. De Lesseps had the dream and failed,
and the bones of men and wreck of machines re
mained to mark his failure.
It seemed a task almost impossible; yet that
"ask was done.
It was done by
United States Army men.
In Cuba and Porto Rico yellow, fever once claimed
victims by thousands.
Yellow fever is no longer a menace in those islands.
A great physician and his aids helped the
people of those islands to conquer it forever.
Ue S Army serves
American troops are serving
in Panama, Hawaii, the Phi
lippines, Alaska, China, Ger
many, Siberia and here in the
U. S. A. The recruiting Ser
geant will gladly give you all
Like every one else in the
Army from General to Buck
Private, you're under orders
and if your outfit moves and
you're needed elsewhere, your
duty is to go.
And they, too, were
United States Army men
In the Philippines a new civilization is arising; and its
foundations are laid upon the courage and devotion
of United States Army men. ,
You think of the Army as an instrument of war;
and well you may; for the record of its men in France
and Flanders will live as long as history is written. ;
But the Army has tasks of peace no less heroic
tasks that mean a safer, and a better world.
It is for those tasks that the Army asks three years
of the lives of America's best young mea
To those men the Army promises sturdv health
an asset for their business success in all the years to
It offers them opportunity for training in a useful
trade. It gives them good food, good clothes and
good care. It trains them to responsibility,it de-.
velopes character and mind.
It promises them travel, and' the knowledge of
other lands, that will make them citizens of the world.
- The United States Army seeks no inferioi appli
cants. It wants men of whom it can be proud, dur
ing their enlistment, and in all the years to come.
Men who will look back twenty, thirty, forty years
from now and say:
"Thosa years were the most valuable of all my
years of training.
"They gave me health, and skill, and the capacity
for managing mea They gave me a chance to
share in giant tasks.
"I am proud of the record of those years, and of
what they have meant in my success.
."Proud that I, too, for a Ittrlo while, was a United
States Army maa"
W orcester Bldg.y 3rd ind Oak Sfs., Portland
462 State Street, Room 5y Salem.
A personal mtemew involves no obligation
UiN.iT ED STAT
THE 14 ARMS OF
The Recruiting Sergeant . can give
you the information 'that will help
you decide which branch fits you
best. In all of them you will get
the fine training as a soldier that
the United States offers all its men
in many branches you can get
highly specialized training.
, . INFANTRY The men who ha v mad the nsms
of "doughboy" feared and respected throughout
the world welcome you to the comradeship. Fins
fellows good fun and good training in any school
t the post you go to.
i ' r
s CAVALRV When the horses are champing at
' the bit and the "yellow legs" mount tip and the
troop rides forth, there is a thrill that no old cav
alryman can ever forget A horse of your own
a good outdoor life and training for future tuccera.
FIELD ARTILLERY "Action Front" comea
the command then watch the boys with tha rtd
bat cord snap into it A happy outfit with tha
dash of mounted service added to interesting work
that calls for head and hand. Motors If you wish.
CORPS OF ENGINEERS Army engineerings
known the world over for its excellence and an en
listment In the engineers csn be tha start of a
young man's training in the various branches of
.engineering and in the mechanical and building
COAST ARTILLERY Living on the sea coasts,
guarding big cities with big guns, getting time for
tudy and a wide and good technical training, tha
C. A. C. man is preparing for a useful life and good
. pay and is having a good time while he's learning.
The C A. C also mans the mobile big gun regi
mems throughout the country.
AIR SERVICEOncluding BALLOON CORPS)
The man who gets ths early edge in experience
with aeroplanes and balloons has a chance to cash
in big on his army training. For flying Is only In
its infancy and it's going to be a profitable business
(or men with the right experience.
- ORDNANCE DEPT.-TheordnancelssppeaUng
to ths studious young American. Towidaoppor.
tunlries for study, it adds a businest as well a
SIGNAL CORPS-Whether it's laying
from a real-cart at a gallop or installing a wireleas
station that will flash its message half around th
world, the Signal Corps is rhere, and a man who
learnt radio telegraph and telephone work in the
Signal Corps is always valuable.
MEDICAL DEPT.-Oood experience, good pay,
and training in an branches of hospital work. Km"
lent opportunity for future success. The Veter
inary Corps teaches the care of horses as wsU at
meat and milk inspection.
TANK CORPSTha man who knowt gas mown
and tractor or who wants to know them it
Tited to join the Tanks. Radio, mschins gun ano
Ordnance work are all part of the Tank corps
feeds and clothe the Army offers a
ing for future business. Interesting wort lot to.
man who like horast in the Remount Servtc.
Construction Division, Many opportunities
losrn the trade of highly paid specialist. -
with a tittle knowledge of chemistry
ambldon young man who would Bkt "J""",
knowledge, th.r. is lnt..uing work and r
advancement in the C. W. S.
MOTOR TRANSPORT COAC
practical training in motor and their
and in driving aaweU, is givenin the weO-tqF!0
schools of ths Motor Transport Corp.