Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, November 25, 1914, Page SIX, Image 6

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    THE WEEKLY JOURNAL. EALEM. OREOOW. WETNT8TT NOT-Tit- P", II1.).
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AS STEAMFITTERS THE LITTLE DEARIES ARE PAST MASTERS.'-
By LawSeir
IF YOU'RE CHILLY
5AOIE, WHY DON'T
YOU KNOCK On
THE RADIATOR
run SOME,
HfcATT '
1
I THINK THE
JANITOR, IS .
TAKING HIS K
AFTERNOON L
NAP ! REALLY. I
HATE TO PISrUftBI
HIM!
V 7
JUST LEAVE IT TO
ME". "YOU'LL HAVE)
nui iri ihai
RADIATOR, IN
A. JiFFYj
flsN'T STEAM L.
I HEAT A GREAT )
THINS, LORETTA ?l
I MEAN .
(WHEN VOU GET J
VlT , y
SEE, DEARIE!
I'LL JUST POUR
THIS BOILING
WATER, IN
THE HEATER
SKI. LOR ETTA.
YOU SHOULD
HAVE BEEN AN
INVENTOR. IN- I
STEAD OF A
SCHOOL TEACHER)
.
THE LANDLOARD'S
NOW, I'LL LIGHT
THIS CANDLE '.
THAT WILL KEEP
THE WATER,
NICE AND HOT,
PETTY
DON'T SHOW
THE" LANDLOARO
THAT TRICK. ;
DO YOU HEAR.
u-y
U OH. I CAN HEAR THE 1
5TEAM-COMING UP!
k THAT HOT WATER.
I CERTAINLY MADE TWS
I PLACE AS WARM AS
- f TOAST!
f
( SURE"
(IT DID! J
WHAT KIND OF
ADVERTISING IS THE
BEST?
o
The kind that will sell
YOUR goods and add to
your reputation.
The kind that makes
sales and makes charac
ter. The kind that individu
alizes your . "product" and
"your business" that
brings its personality be
fore the public.
The kind that is "truth
ful." "square" and "inter
esting." I
What is the best medi
um? The daily newspaper,
because it holds its fran
chise from the people, is
read by the people, and
has the confidence of its
readers.
Tut your Advertisement
in The Journal and get results.
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I SPORT NEWS !
t 1
WINNER MUST BEAT LANGFORO TO MEET
82 MILES PER HOUR WILLS TOMORROW
Expected 100,000 Will See Experts Say the Tar Baby Is
the Great 300 Mile Auto
Race at Corona
Nov. 2.-1. With th.'
ct ('(lllllitioil flit' S'0l'll,
WHILE THEY LAST
APPLES
NORTHERN' BPS'
JONATHANS
BALDWINS
75c per Box
Haul sorted, wrapped and packed
free from worms.
Try t box (or Thanksgiving.
falem Fruit Union
Comer Trade aud Ulgli
Puone 380
Up Against a Man Who
May Defeat Him
( 'oi-olitl, I ill.,
ourse ill porfo
racing drivers mid nutoinoliilo experts
gathered lii'rii fur timorrow 's minimi
motor nice goncitilly predicted today
that I In1 winner must exceed t In "' -ord
of S2 mill's an hour (average)
iniiiln on tin' Indianapolis speedway.
Twi'lity ours will respond to Starter
Winner's Minimi gun.
Aiming tin1 drivers will I some ol
tlm best known pilots in tin1 motor
racing world. Ilnruev Oldfiold was mi
iivoi-uiglit entry, lip will drive n Max
well ear. (Itlier men of niilionnl repu-
tut ion who will compete, ure llel'nlina
lluriiiiin, Cooper, Uriint Mini I'lillen.
The length of till' rueo is iippruxi
iimlely lliill inili'8, The drivers will
ninho 100 circuits of u three-mile course
that circles the town of Corona.
Stands hnvo lieen erected to nccotn
initiate :i(l,(00 spectators. It in osli
iiinleil t lint T.,IMII perstttis will see the
races, Last your' crowd was within
n few thousand of thin niiinhei in
deed, miiiiy estimated it nt iib niu.-W ns
1(1(1,11111.
Kliiiiornte hospital mid police nr
i-uugouiouls lime been iiiude. Also,
hospitals will he established along the
liniilcviii'ds loading I rom I. on Angeles
to Corona, for toe nceiiinmodiilusi olisnlos of sonts liuve lieen heavy. Sov
my who iniiv lie Injured en route to i ral giud preliminaries have been ar
the course. Ten thousand automobiles ranged.
ire expected to travel these roadways, l.augford and Wills nre expected to
'letwooii Los Angeles und the speedway, j answer the first gong at about II
The racers will be sent uwuv at III i o 'clock, tloorgo llluke will referee.
expected to
I. os Angeles, Cul,, Nov. 2o.--Wheu
Hturv Wills and .Sam Landlord touch
gloves at Vernon tomorrow ut'ieruoon,
l.uiiKl'oril, nccui'iliii to popular belie!
here, will be oppmcd for the first time
in niiny years of Ins bone crushing
career by a mini who has a chance to
defeat him. Though l.iuil'onl reinain
ed a favorite today anions those in-cliii-'d
In back their judgment with coin
Wills had considerable support, and
inniiy of the Mi-callcd experts picked
him to nivc l.iliinfuril the beating he
has escaped fur years.
Wills appears, to be in perfect pliyj.
sical condition. He bus worked hard
tor the mutch tomorrow, and should
lie able to travel the entire 'M rounds,
if necessary, at hiuh speed. Lnugfui'il
has given his training much more at
trillion than is his wont, and no is
surely in better shape than when he
look up the urind. True, he is a trifle
flabby about the waist line, but his
inn linger, Joe Wunlmaii, chums ho has
nothing to fear from the standpoint of
condition,
Cilice t omoi row's buttle probably
will be the Inst meeting of "class"
tnnt I'Os Angeles tuns will be per
mitted to witness lor homo years, a
capacity house is expected. Advance
CHRISTMAS SHIP ARRIVES
Davonport, Kiitf., Nov. 23.
The American Christmas ship
Jason, carrying presents for the
children of war-stricken Europe,
arrived here today.
Tho Karl of licuiicliauip and
Francis Dyke Aclund were at
the wharf to officially welcome
the Christmas ship but n heavy
fog prevented the dasou from
docking and delayed the cere
monies. Representatives of the
war office also were present to
arrange for the unloading of the
cargo.
UNEMPLOYMENT; SIMPLER
GOVERNMENT OF STATE;
WATER POWER DISTRICTS
Reports Upon These Three Oregon Prob
lems Are to Be Followed by Recom
mendations to January Legislature.
-m:im ii ifii ri i ii i n I m'l niliiii mm mtiimk "i Im n ' i ' Su' 1
-BJTIMAl
Di$ht$vefy
THE TURKISH BLEND
CIGARETTES
lb blend tobac
cos to a quality
so distinctive is
an art!
To discuss three definito legislative
problems, a special session of the Btnte
Commonwealth Conference will be held
in Villard hall, at the. University ofj
Oregon, Eugene, on Thursday, Friday I
and Saturday, December 10, 11 and 12.
wovernor-eieet jameg w ltnycumoe. i 10
open the conference.
The three main topics will be:
1. Unemployment.
2. Greater economy and efficiency
in Rtnte. administration.
S. Hydro electric districts, made up
of a city, as a nucleus, and its tribu
tary watershed area,
The three days of consideration are
to culminate in appointment of commit
tees, each of which is to draft the rec
ommendations of the conference upon
its special problem, and to submit these
recommendations to the proper com
mittee 'in the Oregon legislature. The
nrof.umiition is that the recommenda-
j tions in each case will reach the legis
lature or next .lanunry in tne iorm oi
A bill.
The three days, of consideration are
to culminate in appointment of commit
tees, each of which is to draft the rec
ommendations of the conference upon
its special problem, and to submit these
recommendations to the proper com
mittee In the Oregon legislature. The
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o 'cluck. The winner
finish hi'Tirc 2 o'clock
tions in each case1 will reach the legisla
state. A concerted line of action in' turn of next January in tne iorm or a
mutters of fish and game legislation ' bill.
will be determined upon. This eon- The persons whose participation Is
ventiou coming us it does hist prior expected In this conference represent
BASEBALL MAGNATES
STARTING TR0UBIF!to ,h0 s,'B,,iu" uf lht' " legisl'Uuro aliout all the elements directly inter
CHINKS MUST QUIT
0RBE DEPORTED
Portland, Or., Nov, 25. Following
the signing of a peace pact, it was be
lieved hero today that all danger of
further outbreaks between the Hop
presumption, is that the recommenda-1 Sing and Suey Sing tongs was over.
fl.t.iu In nn,.W I'aua1 will ronch thA leuislH-' -TKa leanlv 'vm Bitrnail Into VAHtftr-
day after 8horiff Word and deputies
had rounded up 120 tong men and com
pelled them to thoroughly discuss their
Sacrifice Sale of
Real Estate
Must lie sold this week. Four room
bouse, 8 largo lots, east front, fruit
trens, l'rlce .Wl); tonus.
Look This Up.
(lood fl room house, partly plastered,
two lots, lit a good locution close to
nclinol, Trice VmO, UH easy terms.
Well worth 12(10. Ac! quick If you
want a real bargain.
7 'a Acres Improved.
Hero is ono of the best buys In the
valley, Come in n ml let us take you
out In one of Mir nutos to see the
best 7Vj nenw of land, well Improved,
wllh n good 0 room hnue, Imm, well,
and young bearing orchard, berries,
l'rlce (AI'mOi terms. Owner going east,
thcieforo will sell nt sacrifice.
Houses for Bent.
Money to Lo.ui
It Your Auto lu'ttrcd?
Your Building or Furniture?
If Not, Insre With
I BECHTEL & BYNON
017 BTATB ST.
At the B.imt Old riM.
That is just what a Jour
nal Want Ad is a farm goi
ter. It will not only get you
i farm, but will got yv one
in tho best of locations and
at a price and on terms that
you can meet with ease.
(By Hal Shorldnn.)
New York, Nov. 2,". "The mug
nut e.i of orgnul.ed baseball," i moment'
ed n Hun Francisco sport writer re
cently, "see fit to cut down their ex
penses all along the line, but they
have nut said anything yet about lei
ting the funs in any cheaper. Now,
let us wait and see how the finis lire
itoliig lo tn lie to tne brush stuff at big
lenguc prices."
The above re mm lis were made in
,'oiiii"ctiiiu with the recent action ol
I'acil'ic Const league directors In rulhiu
that each club must slice $IIHIH a mouth
from Us payroll, This, of course,
menus that the six clubs milking up
the ('oust league will have to reduce
salaries or cut down the number ol
their players.
It's pretty much of n certainty Unit
the players really win t i while will not
stand for a cut In salary, They ciin
loiiiuiaiid gonl wages by jumping lo
toe I'Vdenil league, and when the sign
lug up season conies they lire pretty
tine to have something lo say iiboul
the slicing order.
I'milic (oust leugne pillions pay
iiboul the sumo prices us the big league
Inns but they don t get near as much
net tun for their money. The league Is
lillel with players who have served
their time in the big circuits and the
promising youngsters me sent up ns
s.tui as they have had sufficient exper
ieue, to warrant a trial in fust com
puny.
is of great importance to ull the sports
men or me state,
All clubs, whether already members
ested in each of the three items, and
nro roughly these:
1. l.iieinplovment: rne stare icgis-
of the League or not, nre urged to sendjlntive committee on unemployment;
delegutes. The meeting will conclude representatives of labor; socinl service
with n duck dinner given ut tho Com- workers; ity otficuiis. especially me.n
niercial Club. New motion pietuns bers of the Oregon Ueuguo of Miuioi-
taken by State tlamo
will bo shown.
Warden FinUy
nalities: state officials; members of
the incoming Oregon legislature; mem
Kxciirsion rates will be grnuted to'bors of slate commission! or other
nil delegates
slate.
by the ruilruiiils of the
CLUB TEAM BEATEN
IN CORVALLIS GAME
OREGON SPORTSMEN
MEET DECEMBER 6'
The ( lull team of this city went
down to defeat In three straight games
before the Corvullis Julians at Cor
vullis last night in the Willamette Val
ley league. The strange alleys were
too much lor the visitors, especially
when these - alleys had some poculiur
Hies all their own. (lilroy, of the
Club team, who Is high man In the
City lengue, piled up a total of II
splits during the cutitest,
Stokes of the Curvullls team rolled
liie high game, lU'J, and Pierce of the
Club ten m was but one point behind
for high gntne, Stokes iilso had the
high merage of IHI. The club bowlers
were coming stronger as the game pro
grossed but they lost out In (he eiitly
part of the contest. Ciwvallis made a
total of 2127 plus and the Club 2 1 fill.
The scores:
Juliitns,
1 2 :i Tot. Av.
l!H HI2 111 -till lo-'
ir,) loll 171 4SH Kill
I, VI lfiS loll 4(11 I.VI
i;:i lid u: 4d2 m
l2 IH2 KIT Ml IH4
Doolltlle
Hiirghol.
I'olk
Kberting
bodies having to do with labor In any
form; representatives of employment
agencies; the state labor commissioner.
Meeting with them will probably bo
Frances A, iellor, managing director of
the North American Civic League tor
tho Protection' of Immigrants, !'5 Madi
son avenue, New York.
State administration fr greater
grievance.
When the meeting adjourned the
leaders of the tongs were given an hour
in which to reach an agreement. Short
ly afterward peaco was formally de
clared. District Attorney Evans declared he
would stop tong trouble In I'otland
even though It were necessary to ship
every Chinese back to his native land.
"OLD LIBRARY" IS 79.
New York, Nov. 2o, "Old age and
myself have not yet become acquaint-"
ed, " Bnid Andrew Carnegie, who was
711 today.
OAKLAND SALOONS IN
HANDS OF SHERIFF
Rosolmrg, Or., Nov. 2.1. Oakland, in
this county, is dry as a result of tho
insolvency of its saloons. The saloons
allowed their wholesale bills to run as
long as they could, awaiting tho re
sult of the state election. Then they
let their creditors get judgment, close
their snloons and take the fixtures.
This Sheriff Quiue has done. Tho
Crouch saloon, it is claimed, neglected
part of its preparations until it wns
too late, ns the Sheriff seized $200 in
coin, which was found in - tho safe.
Osklnnd went dry at the recent election
under tho locnl option law, effective
January 1, 11115, and the saloons could
have kept open until that
they so wished. .
POLK DAIRYING GROWING.
The butter production of the Mon
mouth creamery increased materially
this lull, according to figures given
by a correspondent nt that place. The
dairy industry Is growing faater in
I'olk county than any other industry.
The creameries of the county, located
at Monmouth and Independence, have
an .uinuiil crnibined output vnlucd at
about $4,000,00(1. The creameries have
recently made numerous improvements
in order to handle t.io winter's incom
ing cream, and the dairymen also have
provided more room for the horde and
improved the stock,
Even the pessimists must admit
date had some cheer in tho news that this Is
going to be a fine season for chestnuts.
everybody needs to know.
The niiinml Hireling of the Oregon
Sportsmen's League will be held In
I'ortlniid, December 0 and 7,
On the former dale, December (I, the
Toi-thiiid (hm Club mid the Multnomah
Angler's Club have joined In nrniug
lug a stale shoot and state fly and
bait casting contests. Suitable 'prises
have been offered for the various
events.
Monday, December 7, the delegates
wilt gather in the Convention llsll of
Hie roriluud Commercial Club to con-
sider the needs and desires of the
Total
. s:n si"
Club.
1 2
r 2127 Itl2
,..lo7
.144
... ttfl
...m
Oilruy 142
I'lerce .
Vail ....
Craven
Hurt
loll
1.12
L.S
1 7.1
r.'ii
,1
Ittl
14
I no
i;it
12H
Tot.
mil
424
am
410
3P7
sportsuin of tho various sections of tho wasted,
Total 7tl 724 702 2IBU 114
Wiien the war Is over many will lay
the foundations of fortunes by assaying
tho dirt of battlefields fur the tuelal
The Journal Want Ads
economy and efficiency: State officials; Lj.g j.ga beCaUSe they are
member of the Incoming legislature;
pr7!Xtric districts: The ..me full of bargain news that
hvdro electric commission; all city offi
cials who can come; persons Interested
in power development; legislators; the
slide engineer,
GRIPSASK LOADED !
TO ITS CAPACITY;
A Maxwell man walked Into the Mar I
ion hotel yesterday with n long, black,!
mysterious lon'ting handbag, which he
handled very carefully, and as though j
It were ver'v heavy. When the boy,
afttf.' a struggle, lifted It, he remark-1
ed: "llovs, that suiih am heavy. Whnt 1
vou got" His eyes ami ems opened
ami he dropped tlie bug when he was
told "That bag contains five of the
Maxwell motor cur plants, three of
the highest California mountains, the
Indianapolis speedway, nnd part (ft! ,
lltant park In t.hiengo."
The boy funic back with: ,
"1 siin'li iias got some load in henh,
ain't It And you talks like you had
some load yourself."
As matter of fact, the bug con
tained over a mile of motion picture'
film, devoted tn the above and ninny I
oth-r subjects, nuM the Maxwell man
had Just arrived to exhibit the film be
fore the public in this town free of
clinrjo. The pictures nre most Inter
esting and Instructive. They portray
the automobile industry from start to
finish, nnd are made keenly alive hvj
the thread of human Interest which
runs through them. I
Special 50e
Thanksgiving Dinner
, RELISHES
SOUPS
FISH
Your choice of Turkey,
Goose, Duck or Chicken
with your choice of
Pastry and Plum Pud
ding. The
White House
Restaurant
"Quality and Service"
362 State Street
Low Round Trip Fares
for
Thanksgiving
For Thanksgiving Day, November 2(1, low round
trip rates will be sold between nil points in Oregon
en the Southern Pacific, Muin Line and Branches,
Nov. 25 and 2(1. Final return limit Nov, 30.
Round Trip Fares
Retween Salem and Portland $2.00
Between Salem and Junction City jij.,10
Between Salem nnd Kugene iji2.fW
Corresponding low fares between all other points.
-
Stipe rio r Train Se rvice
Full piirticulors as to train service, specific fares,
etc., from nearest ngent of the
SOUTHERN PACIFIC
John M. Scott, General Passenger Agent, Portland, Oregon