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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
An item in an evening paper
Salem Ball Park and Stands Ready for Opening Game with Moosejaw Tossers :
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Her h la. Although th stands ana
bleachers have beea completed for sev
eral week, many Salem and Marion
county residents do not realise that
one of the beat arranged ground in
the date is located at l!th and Olfurd
Although the ether will not per
mit the playing of the big game. San
day. the Penatora will stage an eihil.i
tton fumt- that afterfviMiH, the weather
fHTmillftig. The game will be with
ihe mysterious Yanfiigana and no ad
mission will he charged. Manager
Kiehop wants all Kalem ltawiall fan
to conte out and gie their team the
oni-e over. "A good chance fttr Kalem
Ixwiatera lu come out and get an Idea of
the team that will hold up thia rlt)'a
end of the g.inie thia aumnier."
Murray Wade, the artiat. had inatruc
tioiui from the Ri-nator'a manager to
l"uve that vacancy In the right hand
portion of the bleacher Jimt aa an ob
ject leiwon. "I't it be only In the plc
tulV" aavji Mtnager Itlnhop. "ttilem
liberality h.ia helped u In creatltui llila
park, now we count on the putronage
of the thouaamtR of futta In thia coun
ty." In aihlition to the ewitlnst rapar
H y of the atanda, protected parking
will alau he provltltd, lo that the auto
owner may remain" In charge of hla car
and uln view the game In aafety. Thin
In Itaelf la an it novation in the l;y of
auto and robe thli vea.
The Moime-Juw game fur BumLiy is
railed off. All week the Kenatora hAve
b.-en going Ihrnirgh intenwive training
In anticipation of the game with II
liam a Cana lian. All week the cluh
h.m uaed every available moment In
patting the grounds ' lutn At ah
Placard announcing h, gm
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'isoline war on in the
Xewberg. and that as a :
result mere are iuiios smiiuius
one roSy fiU hut tank with the sacred
fluid at a price as low as !l cents. ,
Let us hope that the battle will
spread to Salem. Gas at ! cents! Can i '
you believe it? t
ZfCte State a
Beautiful New Wall Tints and cut out
borders Just received.- j
MAX O. BCREN i
17 N. Commercial St
Ddn Kelley, Once 1
Dies In Canada
Baker. Or, Apr. 19. Dinirt J. Kel-,
ley. aged 33. once a famous amateur i
athlet". died yesterday at Mernle. B.
C, of pneumonia, according to word
As a member of the I'niversity of
Oregon track team of 1903 and 1S0.
Kelley, whose home was here for a
number of year. toke not fewer than
five world record, including a J-ai
aeconda recard for the 100 yard dash
at the P. S. A. meet at Spokane In
Kelley set a record for the 20-yard
dah at 31 1 i seconds, and set a coast
record In the broad Jump In 190S at
24 feet S'i Inches. He took secoiia
place In the broad Jump In the Olym
pic game at London In 190$.
COAST LEAGLEL ICBS
Salt Lake Cily
ter passing all measurement tests, is
I taken to the "silent room." There it is
run with a master gear under a I'. -ton
stress. If it runs s.lently and smoothly
it is exact, and is sent out for installa
tion on a pot-war Maxwell.
h put nut and In h'inor of the open
" r. tlMt Jiw iua.1 the" (licy-Pall have
1-ai'ngeii Htrrnetive. w lnduna.
,. Jtiptlef Piiniu did 1t. Anyway, ho
matrer how hsdly ha wants In rtrtithlt
tht IfViIoia in contest wlfll una of Hi.
tt-NCKt S'tl! P-' I
j ff.au uKe my. April i. Loci
j baseball fans are all primed and
ready for the opening game of the
n-tf racitic Loast league season here
j Tuesday, when the Salt Lake Bees are
scheduled to take on the Portlan 1
Beavers. No special "stunts" are to
be held In connection with the open-
nd the fans will be treated to
only the customary band concet.
Many new players have been addl
to the Bee roster and fns are opti
mistic over the team's chances of
ending the season high in the win
The Bee pitching staff has be.'n
considerably strengthened through
the signing by Manager Ernie John
son, team shortstop, of left handers
Jack Bromley. San Francisco 1919;
Nick Cullop, 'ho played Independent
last year and right hander El-
atteson, with Dallas in the Tex-
Hugene. Or., Apr. 10 The vanguard , as league in 1919. Two promising; re
of the Moose Jaw Western Canada :Cruit hurlers. Thurston and James,
league bascfe.tll team, headed by Man-jboth from California." have also been
aner Nick William, arrived fcere Kri- jacquired.
day for ten days training. The re-j Catchers Joe Jenkins. Chicago
mainder of the team is expected to White Sox 1919 and Mcllenry. a semi
reach Eugene tomorrow. During their pro have been added to the club and
tarining here the Moose Jaw team will, they with Butch Byler. last year Bee
cross bats with the I'niversity of Ore-lveteran. will cover the home sack.
gon team dally. Jenkins Is reputed to be a heayv hit
ter and In practice has shown plenty
Puke Reilley. rightfielder. acquir
ed from Indianapolis and Worth, a
St. Louis semi-pro. utility outfielder.
f r r nave oeen signea. Kettiey in practK-e
i 0 DO "enanCe at Boyes Springs. Cal.. the Bee train
ing camp, nas shown he is a hea ;y
hitter and a fast man on bases.
Ed "Tubby" Spencer, last year
has left the team to
Arrive In Eugene
Caught And Made
The culprit who changed the'Bla.'k
MeB" I k l.grwnd of the Junior nu-
,i,A M'ill .malt. .mnrfytnnH t.l
li. .,Nia. 'MAI! I i aH.. eii.-t' , ... .1.,.kjj ,1... I8" catcher,
. " 1 " . - ItlMV i t K H A ii I V, .... ir I- ,1,. I I , V.
a,,lao l.'riJv morning suffered the con-.. . '
, i i . .u . league and Emmett Mu vey. 1919 left
aH,.hv apnettring before the stu- ,n, ,. .... .
and auya "Hit rain betM fan.wr
fiat jffpwer. anyway. " ;
w -gfi eg with two dav of guild weitth-
H, -it would place u all at a dtaailvan
tag to get out on the newly prepared
ground at Oxford park," say Middle.
"We want to have the diamond in tip
top shape when we meet the Canadians
and so have decided to take a chanco
on the weather the following week.
Nick William and Manager Bishop,
after a pence conference, Thursday, de
cided that the astrologers, the weather
prophets and the "wee-Jees" are In
henlflc aspect for Saturday, April IT.
Next Saturday, the opener will he
. played and Bishop announces that ev
ery effort will be made to stage the
best "first o' the season" game ever
staged an) where. Following the first
game, the Moose Jaw club will play a
Sunday special and over Into the en
milug week for a five-day twilight ser
ies with the local club.
Thl will mark the closing of the Ca
tailian's spring training About April
14 .they will be on their way to open
the Western Canadian league, playing
the Calgary cluh at that place. May U.
Manager Williams stated Thursday
that hi boys are In good shape ant)
that they will do their utmost to give
Salem fans their money' worth In the
d"iit in. ohs pel a. id being required ti
do penance. , J
Vein Ferguson and Leon Jennlson, j
both members of the versatile fresn
man clans, were the offenders. They
were marched In In chains, with two
grim axemen, and Ferguson officiated
at the piano wjille "Jenny" was re
quired to sing the Junlin- song, which
he did In more or less correct Imitation
of the Junior's rendition. The spirit of
Willamette, In the person of Ed Socar
lofsky, stated the nature and gravity of
the offense, which was, he said, a dis
grace to the traditions of the school,
that no upper-class numeral should be
The culprits wers required to do
penance while the quartet sang "Old
Historic Temple," after which the axe
men were ordered to break the shark
els which held the prisoners.
The affair Is no over yet. however,
for It Is whispered that two more men
had a part In the affair, and the sopho
more are also looking for the men who
daubed their numeral. It la said that
'ergtuon and Jenuiaon confessed to
their part In the affair.
Sale. Of Miller
. 50 Percent In 1919
The passing of the year 1919 marked
the conclusion of the biggest year In'
the history of The Miller Rubber com
pany, from the standpoint of produc
tion and sales, according to F. C. Mill
hoff, who Is general manager of that
big Akron plant. r
The annual report not having been
officially completed Mr. Millhoff was
not in position to announce the exact
figures of sales increase. He did say,
however, that the sire sales growth
during 1919 would amount to nearly
50 per cent Increase over the i-evious
year and that it would exceed even the
most optimistic expectations of Miller
official as announced in January 1919.
But in spite of the healthy 1919
showing, Miller appears to have by no
means finished its growing stage. The
company, it is pointed out, has already
added much new factory space and eq
uipment which will make possible still
greater growth in 1 020 than that of
Miller, it would seem from reports,
is out to smash all of its previous rec
ords this coming year. This statement
applies to Tires and Drug sundries. Al
so, it Is emphasized that Miller will no:
depart in the slightest way from its
"long time policy of expansion."
"The growth we anticipate and are
planning for." said Mr. Millhoff. "will
be strlotly due to increased demand for
our products. For example the demand
for our tires In 1919 went away ahead
of our production facilities. Hawever,
we have been constantly building to
answer that demand and now we are
not with Salt Lake this year. Marty I starting the New Year with production
Krugg. last season's second basemai. ; facilities not only great enough to ans
ls a hold out for more money. wer the Increased demand of last year.
but sufficient to care for a logical
j growth during the next twelve
I When the general sales manager was
j asked what he considered the biggest
j r tactors in me sales growth of Miller
i ft LAJWering rriCe .. he answered: "The quality of the
The low priced automobile has been'l."'' l"" " Wldr "nd "10re comPre-
made possible by preJnt-day-tooU of 1" I',?1 POliC" h'gh'y e"'Cient
such hr,i.. .'i... .. ', .... ? f! distribution arrangements and a defi-
. , v.. us, DtrCl Illil-y IMS I. U I
easily to the reauired
Nowaday It is pomlble to make
Tools Used Making
Autos Big Factor
DOKT IWIITS F.AMl.Y KOIWD.
Owner-drivers like to do a little t part of the rear axle.
tinkering with their cars, but they do This drive gear is first handled as a
yy I w f !""' ,llua w"r" rul,- Also.) """ a inserted. In a Oleason gear
LiOaSt LeaPUe OC0reSithry ar 1,01 kM,n on hvln search Pner, the most accurate machine of
- i tor
At Halt Ijike , n. It E
nitg course of fair treatment in all cas-
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automobile part within a thousandths' ,h,t 7 , L po,m , ,?
of an Inch fine by following sim. "e ' !fb" T "U"h Pmlnenc for Miller
though painstaking procedure. ,tlr"D Pu. vears-unlform mile-
The page upon whh this is printed 'TJ?'
is about six thousand, of an Inch th icku 7, w"'" """V a m0
and , can be Imagined w ha, Zol l lanS ' k'0" f &
bile factcrie, mean when they talk . ' 6 "
about a gear being within a thouand' "Ever' da' more motorists learn
ths exact. j ,h!,t "'e tires that uniformly wear tne
The Maxwell plants In Detroit have ' Ion8e8t re lne lowwrt in c08t Per mile,
kept In the front of the procession ! j That ta wl,ere the uniform mileage fea
the installation ot machinery and devl-l ,ure pla- a lrominent Part. Millers do
ce mat bring exactitude, as evidenced! . """"""'
oy tne methods used in turning out the
Maxwell drive gear, the most import-
I'ortland 4 11 t
fait Luk IT
Jone. Juney and Koehler; Bromley,
Keigee and Jriikint,
At Lo Angele- R. J. xj.
lAm Angele n g
Kremer, tlen-in and Mltxe. Spell
man; Pert lea and Bassler, llartho
At Ran Fmnclsoo R. h. E.
Vernon t t 1
San FraneUte.o 111
Mitchell. Bell and Deyormer: Cola,
parts hidden In a mase of machln- tVTte. Here it is piaiied to within ten
r. Well knowing this condition de-1 thousandths of an inch of the
signer of the Don car have featured j fineness. The process is then repeated
acctrslblllty. Doit parts are as easily
fouiic1 a a sore thumb, and this alone
avs the owner from professional er
vic and the attendant expense.
Lewtg, McQuald. Couch M Anflnaon. all conveniencle.
The popularity of the motor bus Is
reflected in the
naymona K. Derby of Monmouth. So
great has been the demand for seals
that hs has been obliged to procure
equipment with greater seating capa
city and so ha Invested In a new 3-4-1
ton CMC. which he ha equipped with
I The Oared-to-the-read tread also
stands out pust as distinctly as a Miller,
characteristic. It Is also well known,
that explanation of its construction is!
"The fact that the Miller tire is the
only tire In the world combining these I
two features gives the public someth- j
ing really tangible on which to create!
a preference for Millers," i
onother machine, until the margin is
reduced by one-half.
The gear 1. then ,.!"" W VSttKR IXFLATIOX.!
part so that onlv th. '."I . " 'rany ioiiows mat if tire is
will b7 hdened In th " heading tT) V PrP"
process. The portion. J.-Z ,aok of in" Prere. or ex
?:v?.J,"'inim -... toughne Isiitt ?n ,he'
ier me copper plating the gear ,,.M.,k T7 "
ground down to the required one th ! ! th ot ,he tlre '
ssndth. of an Inch 7. condition. Thoughtless motorist.
special tool. ,hj 71,", tTTSJ? Zl 'nJ,,riM from!
land. itxer- these causes result from defective fab-!
However. Instrument, are not entire- ln" f abovg faul,- j
oepenaed upbn. The drive aear af.
. Krar. ai- JQI RVll. Tv-vp in rM n...
Is If nf C,A?
Or IS IT A SATANIC DEL USION?
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