Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1919-1980, April 23, 1920, Page PAGE EIGHT, Image 8

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'KIDAY, APRIL 2.1 , .
MUTT AND JEFF Oh look whose hat is. in the ring noivlBy Bud Fisher.
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Bishop's Men to
Meet Idaho April
25 at Local Park
"Sun's a shinin' ", says Rlddie Blsh
up, who has bwn waiting anxiously
for MI Hoi's verdict on the tiitlem
Jtupert game, Sunday,
The Ituperl club la rated an one of
the best Inter-moiintuln aggregations.
In 11 they secured the southern
Idaho, Utah pennant and are report
ed to have an even better team thin
The lineup for Sunday's game Ik
given. Hupert:' Shiingllng, catcher;
Hluhcnhardt, 1st base; Franklin,
short atop; Nelson 2d base; 11 town
3d base; Klystinger, left field; Har
ris, center, Hteushoff, right; Slohler,
Ktause, Oravelle, pitchera.
Balem; llaya or Krueke, ratehe'r;
lllxhop, 1at bane; Cohen, 2d bun;
Proctor, lid baae; Miller, abort stop;
O'Malley, left field; IlohneH, center;
Hall or Knickerbocker, riant field;
twirling timber, Cole, CrnlR, flrown.
'ThliiKa look good for tt real rltih
anil a real park," aaya IIIhIiop, "and
1 am sure that the funs will stay with
Nick William left Halem Thursday
for Hpokane, where they will play a
two gmno nerlea. The llooxejaw tnun-
umer had 21 men while In thlN city
and beeaUHe of the bad Weather wan
tumble to work out bis latent remillH.
At Hpokane, the Canadian expecta to
Bee nil of hln men In action and to use
the meat ax la Older to trim the
crew down to 15 ImiuU for the de
parture for MooBeJaw.
.Several of the Mooxejnw boy have
Npuken to Kiddle llltiliop for a berth
Iteie, but Ihe hiiHtliiiK manaKer aaya
In will nut uxa any of 'Yyillhim'a dlx
I'mi'iIh, bi'Hide he believes that'll Ut
ile practice will prove that the pres
ent formation t almoMtely or aood
timber, tlalie Ail. hub, who played In
Null-in liiNt year will anon be with the
local boya.
Hinliu repotiH that several Kood
Kamea are In prospect, Woodbuin,
. Alieritcen, WiihIi,, Kmkciip and Cor
vullia havo written for dates.
All Saturday sanies have been post
pimed until better weather prevails.
Din lug the season, lllxliop Is nri aiiK
lnK a three Kama weekly' scliedu'e,
Nalurdiiy aftei miiiiiib and Hunday dou
ble header. These double Barnes will
be for oao admission,
Milling Comvanv
Asks Additional
Rights To WaterInrease In Booze
ese and all-Russian forces as a result
of a battle fought at VVerkneinskojs on
April 12. according to a report Issued
irom the war office here today.
Waconda Colts And
Hoivell Prairieites
To Play, April 25
. i. misseii, milliliter oi Ills Hll
cmula Colls, renorts that he bus been
following the baseball news In the
c apital journal for some time and
prophesies ft very good buseball sea
son In Marlon county, during the sum
mer of 1920.
VVacoiida opens the season at that
place In a game with the Howell
Prairie 'fivers, Sunday April SG, and
the VS'aeomla manager says that his
club will stir up something during
every minute of play.
The appropriation of 90 second feet
of water from the Wallowa river In
addition to the amount granted under
a recent adjudication of h
right on this stream, Is sought by the
"HIM prise mercantile & Milling com
pany of Enterprise. In an rniliatin
filed with State Engineer Cupper here
Thursday. The appropriation Is de
sired for the development of 163 addi
tional horsepower, the project involv
ing an outluy of approximately $4500.
me water commission of Bt. Helens
has also filed an application with th
state engineer's office for the right to
uppropriuie water from Milton creek
ror muulclpnl purposes. This applica
tion, it Is understood, Is In addition to
water rights heretofore - acquired by
the city of St. Helens for municipal
purposes and Involves new develop
ment to cost approximately 112,000,
Including tho construction of a pipe
line 154 miles long on Milton creek
above the present Intake.
Other -applications filed with the
stale etiKlneer's-oftlce Thursday were:
My H. C. Muller, Orants Pass, cov
ering the appropriation of water from
Koguo rive,, for the irrigation of SO
acres In Josephine county.
Hy Minnie Brown, -Ontario, covering
the appropriation of water from Snake
river for (he irrigation of 87 acres near
My W. J. Hlsswn of Fields, covering
the appropriation of wnter from Horse
creek for tho Irrigation of 125 acres In
Harney county.
I'.y W. (I. Himulnnd of Reedsport
covering tho iipiioprlatli)n of water
from an nniiaineil stream tributary o
the t'iiiniia river for a domestio water
Toklo, April 2.1 llolshevik attempt!)
t" " atcn China by advancing from
the Iiiguda valley, northwest of Chlln.
have been entirely friistrned by Japan-
. Exports Amounts
10 Million, Report
Washington. America's last year of
export trade In alcoholic beverages,
before the advent of prohibition to
suited in an Increase of nearlv $10
000 000 in the value of spirits,' wines
and liquors shipped out of the coun
try in 19l compared with! 918 ac
cording to foreign trade reports Issued
by the department of commerce
During 1919 .. ,,, , . '
. - vi- -io.iuo.ODI
gallons of soirlts. nlnna n.,1 tl
valued at $19,449,484 were exportea
against 21,242.220 gallons at $9.9eo,
600 In 1918. Whiskey was the heav
iest item of alcoholic exports for the
year, 842,936 gallons of bourbon val
ued at $1,560,664 and 247,553 gallons
of rye at $179,769 bcyig exported.
Elko, New Sheep shearing in east
ern Nevada Is underway and growers
declare shearers are making big earn
ings this year. Seventeen cents a head
Is the price paid and some expert
shearers can clip one hundred animals
a day .thus earning $17 in addition to
board and lodging which is Included
with the job.
Jackson county will be largely rep
resented In the newly organized State
Automobile Dealers' association.
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I Now Is Your Chance to Buy a First
I Class Used Car
I We are compelled to sell the used cars we have on the
I floor. These cars have been overhauled, and are guaran-
t teed to run
P 1918 Velie Six, looks like new , '. ,'.$1450
1918 Maxwell first class condition : $5.50
; 1916 Maxwell new top, new paint, new upholstering,
I good tires for quick sale, only $475
1918 Maxwell truck, fine condition A $650
1918 Overland, fine shape ."..... $000
Will give liberal terms on all used cars '
I 162 North Commercial
"Nothing wrong with our balance"
' Chesterfield
THE right balance of costly Turkish
and Domestic tobaccos, propor
tioned by experts that's why ' . -
Chesterfields "satisfy." 4
Every puff brings you the full, rich
flavor of genuine Turkish tobacco :'
and the lively relish of choice Domes
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f And the blend the manufacturer's
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Every package enclosed
in glassine, moisture
proof paper that seals in
the flavor.
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Huenoa Aires, April 2J. Argentina's
corn crop for the present year will bo
6.671.000 Spanish tons, equivalent of
t68.ll9l.000 American bushels accord
ing to official figures made public to
day. Reports to the government show
8. 184, 000 acres planted to corn this
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