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THE ' DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM, OREGON. TUESDAY, OCT. IS. 1915.
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SPORTING NEWS FROM I Portland, Or., Oct. lib-Negotiations
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II I H M III I 11 II I ni I I U
Line-Up For All-Star Came
0. A. C. to Play Michigan
Aggies Oilier Dope
Han Francisco, Oct. lit. A post-seas-on
series in Los AiiHclea ami han Fran
i isco between I be Seals and a team
picked from major It-nno stars who
lire now in the city or boom will lit', ap
pealed more certain than ever with the
arrival home of Manager Woherton
iiml his Heals toilay.
A tentative lineup of the, slurs looks
Kight field, Iloier, Boston Ameri
cans. Third bane, Vitt, Detroit Americans.
Outer field, Snodgrnss, Boston Na
tionals. Left field, Lewis, Ronton Americans.
First bane, New, Detroit recruit.
Second base, Kguii, Boston Natiomils.
Shortstop, Terry, White Sox recruit.
Catchers, Burns, I'iiillieit; Stallage,
Pitchers, Leonard, Boston Aineri
i :iiih; OemdiKer, Phillies.
COACH WEIu, IS HELPING.
Lou Angeles, ('ill., Oct. 111. Couch .1.
L. Weir, of the Hhcrman Indians, who
were defeated by California last week,
begun today helping l(nlih (ilnzu get
Hid University of Southern California
eleven into shape for I ho game with
the bears at Berkeley next .Saturday.
Weir Htndiecl California's tactics
closely duri.ig the affair with the In
dians, and it is believed his advice will
lie of material assistance to U. S. 0.
He is devoting most of his time to im
proving the line, which will have its
work cut out stopping the plunges of
the heavy Culiforniims.
MUST BE GOOD COACH.
Seattle, Wash., Oct. 19. "lie must
be a pretty good conch," was Oilmen
Dobie's comment on the remarkable
wiccess of William II. Diet., new coach
ut Washington State college, who while
at Carlisle was famous as l.onestar.
W. S. 0. beat Oregon 'M to , October H,
and defeated O. A. C. li to 0 last Bat
unlay. Dobie has enjoyed seven years
continuously without did'eat at U. of W.
PRAISE AZEVEDO S WORK.
Milwaukee, Wis., Oct. lib Favorable
liniment wits heaped upon Joe A.evcdii.
'nliforninn, for his showing against
Ifitihie Mitchell In which the Mil
waukee boy was given a newspaper do
lision by a shade. A.ovedo forceil the
milling, and reported to infighting
throughout the bout.
TO CHALLENGE CHAMPION
Cliicngo,' Oct. 1!. The first chal
lenger for the title of champion bib
linrdixt of the world, now held by Al
fred DcOro as the result of the retire
ment of Hill Jlney, will be August
Kieckhcfcr of Chicago, The match will
occur within a mouth,
BROOKLYN CLUB OWNER DEAD.
New York, Oct, IU. Haselmll funs
today mourned the death of Hubert lb
Ward, owner of tiie Hroohlyu club of
the federal league, ut Ida horn In New
lfochelle. Ward was (IS years old.
As we go lu wind ,iur v iitmis
ruliuge, our tutcs ad:in'e, we
bine more wants to fill.
The cave mini, and the Indian t
were content with primitive
uicnns of locomotion.
Modem innn asks for an nu- t
touiiibile. The luxuries of yes. J
(erduv are the nive-sit ies of f
Adw'i tiing hut followed do- I
giro and established market
where none existed. T
Advertising will be making
products known a jenr fioni
now that mo unknown loduv,
T Just look through the adver
tising column of (hi news-
t paper and see the names of
t j'roduot gold o day that were
uukuown ten yenrt ajj.
I II Mikn'ti-aMTuJi
? New Wants Mean j
t Progress jj
Portland, Or., Oct. 1!). Negotiations
are under wav today for a football
name between the Washington State
college and too Multnomah, club Here
I some time next month.
If the game is arranged, it will prob
ably be played before the Thanksgiving
'joust between Multnomah and the I'ni-
versify of Oregon.
I Top Pullman team, which hus defeat
led both the L'. of O. ami Oregon Aggies
iby wide margins, is considered one of
the most aggressive elevens ever turned
out m me nortnwesi.
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ALEXANDER WAS SORE
San Francisco, Oct. 19. A strained
side prevented (Srover Alexander from
pitching the fifth game of the world's
series, according to Catcher Hums and
Gabby Cravath of the Phillies, who
are. here today.
Alexander hurt his side several days
before tne start of the big serieB, und
he made it worse during the games he
pitched, according to the. two players.
liurns declared tho big heaver was
not "right" on the day of the fifth
game because of the pain he was suf
fering. WILL GO TO YANKEES.
New York, Oct. 19. Bill Picrey, star
heaver of tho Vernon ('oast league
club's stuff, will perforin in a Yankee
uniform when spring training opens
next year, according to announcement
mnde here today.
PREPABE TO MEET WTLLARD.
New York, Oct. 19, The first of
several elimination bouts fur a contend
er for .Jess Williard's title will oPur
here tonight when Frank Moran meets
Jim Cofl'eo in a ten round bout.
LANGFORD BEAT JOHNSON.
Denver, Colo., Oct. 19. Jim Johnson
of Tennessee lost a decision hero to
Sam Langford, in n ten round bout.
I nPFM wncT&ii ci run t
A COLO OR CATARRH
How To Get Belief When Head
and Nose are Stuffed Up.
Count fifty! Your cold in head or
catarrh disappears. Your clogged nos
trils will open, the air passages of your
head will clear mid you can breathe
freely. No more Biiufl'liug, hawking,
mucous discharge, dryness or headache;
no struggling for breath at night.
(let a small bottle of F.lv's Cream
Hiiliu from your druggist and apply a
little of this frugrant antiseptic cream
in your nostrils. It penetrates through
every air passage of the head, soothing
and healing the swollen or inflamed
mucous membrane, giving you instant
roller, iienil colds, and catarrh yield
like iniigic. Don't stay stuffed up und
miserable, lielief is sure.
THEY SOLD SPOILED SALMON
Scuttle, Wash., Oct. 19. A total of
.1110 in fines for violation of the pure
moo. law were nssessea today tiy Jus
tice Otis Drinker against Thomas' Boyd,
president of the Westluke Public. Mar
net; Charles Giiorin, cashier of the Ar
lington Dock company, and Jnnies liar
ris, n broker. Helling salmon unfit for
human consumption was the specific
charge against each.
SOFT, CURLY, WAVPY HAIR
NOW EASY TO HAVE
llcnntiful, llul'l'y, natural-looking
curls or waves, without the use of the
ruinous curling iron, ant now possibli
fur every woman. Yes. not onlv uos
sible, but verv eiisilv acouired over
., i i ... . i. . i i
hum nun m-m-iii lu I.IIO llio a III!
health of the hair. It is only neces
sary to apply a little liquid s'ilinerine
before retiring, using n clean tooth
brush for the purpose, drawing this
down the lull length of the tresses from
root to tip, lu the morning the hair
will have a most delightful cuiliness
mill lustre, without the least suggestion
of grease or stickiness and will be quite
controllable, no nuttier how the hair is
As liquid silineriue is procurable at
any drug store and ns a lew.ouiices of
it will hut for months, no noinaii need
put up with t tint lint, lank, dunk tip
peanince el' the hiitr wliica gives such
an unwholesome look of plainness to
A SLAP AT THE JITNEYS .
Oregon City, Ore., Oct. Ill - The pass
ni;c of nu ordinance compelling jitnejs
li si'i' ure ti I'miichine, put up a bond
of Viiim.i, and pay an nitnuul license
fee of tlVO, will result, it is believed,
tml'.iy, in putting out of business the
nu, operating between here and 1'un
bud, I'lic oidimiiicit became effective
JUST APPLY THIS PASTE
AND THE HAIRS VANISH
( Help to Henuty.)
A safe, reliable home treatment fur
the quick removal of superfluous hairs
from your face er neck is as follows:
Mix a stiff paste with some water and
powdered ililntone, apply to objection
able lmir and lifter 2-or ;t minute rub
off, wush the skin Hud the hair
gone. This simple treatment I unfail
ing and no pain or Inconvenience at
tends its use, but to avoid disappoint
ment be certain you get genuine dela
tolie. Apropoa of NothUig In Particular.
Perfumery that masquerade as neap
is generally iduuiiiiig U prove an alibi
Govenor Withycombe To Go
October 30 and To Re
main For a Week
Oregon Building, P. P. J. E., Oct. J 9.
Finally convinced that he really
ought to come to the Exposition, and,
even against his desires, permit him
self to become the center of special
occnftioiis arranged by the Kxposition
officials that Oregon might be honored
as other states have been, Governor
James Withycombe has signified that
he will be here October 30, and remain
a week. Home time ago the date
named was scheduled us "Oregon Par.
ticipatioii Day" an4 plans mude for
such activities as might bring Oregon
to the attention of Kxposition visitors,
,and the nation as well, in some memor
able way. It was assumed that Ore
gon's governor would fall in with the
plu us, but those who were doing the
planning forgot the Governor's prefer-,
ence for work and his dislike of the
spotlight and the kowtowing. When
Commissioner Clarke outlined tho situ
ation to him und pointed out that it
was his duty, if not his pleasure, to
cunio here and enable Oregon to make
a big noise, Governor Withycombe in
dicated that lie had duties to perform
at Salem, and begged to be excused.
Then Commissioner Jiooth and Manager
Hyland took up thfl matter, and
though letters , and telegrams flew
thick and fast, not until Thursday was
the Governor able to see his way clear
to make the sacrifice of time and per
sonal inclination the trip requires. As
it is, everybody connected with Ore
gon's affairs at the Kxposition is hap
py and specinl effort is to be made to
inuke Oregon's final great occasion the
greatest of the great. Besides the all
day affair on Saturday, October 110,
which will be in the hands of the Ex
position officials, Monday, November
1, is to be made a special occasion, and
throughout the week there will be a
gathering of the Oregon clans. The
thousands of former Oregoiiinns in
California will receive special invita
tion to meet the crowds of Oregonians
who will come from the north at this
time to be present nt Oregon's greatest
occasion, to uttend the Stock Show, and
to see the splendors of Sun Francisco
Day, certain to bring the largest of
Kxposition crowds. Oregon apples,
cider, loganberry juice, gold medal
prunes and Tillamook cheese will flow
ull week, and in a social way, the
Oregon building will be the scene of
tunny occasions. Aside from the pleas
ure of theso big affairs (which also
involve no end of labor )those occas
ions are absolutely essential as rallying
points liy whic,h special advertising
can be secured and specinl attention
directed to Oregon's participation at
the Kxposition. Kach state make
every effort possible to attract atten
tion,' and but for special occasions
niaiiv of these would drop from public
view. When other states innke biff
noises it is necessary for Oregon to da
her best and nothing will bo left tin-
ifono' during tho week beginning
IV tobcr .10th.
State Fair Exhibit Here,
0. K, Freytng, director of Agricul
tiirnl exhibits, has just finished plac
iug the exhibits vent down from the
State Fair just ended nt Salem. Some
of the grains, grasses and fruits that
won blue ribbons at home are now to
be found in the Agricultural l'alacc,
and the other material, while not blue
ribbon material is very creditable.
The ljind Products Show at Portland
got the bulk of the first clasB exhibits
at Salem, and that show is nowr being
advertised here .unite effectively.
Large banners on the big trees at both
entrances to the Oregon building, and
at the booths in the l'alaces, now in
vite the public to stop nt the big show
in Portland, (letting back to Frey
lag's new display there are to be
found twelve boxes of .Italian and
silver evaporated prunes, the best
boxes of which weigh twenty prune to
the pound. They are beauties, and
came from F. A. Kurt?., of Salem.
Stock beets are nil that one man wants
to lift, while squashes are too big for
any man to enrry. Fresh apples are
fair to look upon, and the new clover
nnd alfalfa adds color and freshness to
an exhibit thnt won the Grand Prize.
YOU CAN'T BRUSH OR
WASH OUT DANDRUFF
The only sure way to get rid of dand
ruff is to dissolve it, then you destroy
it entirely. To do this, get about four
ounces of erdinurv liquid at'vonj apply
it ut night when retiring; use enough to
moisten the sculp and rub it in gently
with the linger tips,
lo this tonight, and bv morning
most if not all, of tour dandruff will
j be gone, and three or four more npplica
lions will completely dissolve ami en
lirely destroy every single sign and
I truce of it, no matter how much duiul
ruff you may lutve.
You will find, too, that all itching
'and digging of the scalp will stop nt
j once, and your hair will be fluffy,
lustrous, glossy, silky and soft, ami
look and feel a hundred times better.
You en it get liquid arvon nt nuy drug
I store. It is inexpensive nnd never fails
1 to do the work.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Krn nk W, Kelly et in to A, r (ur
ther, lot o block 1, Ijueen Ann Add.
trw Orchard t o, to Kdith Roche
fort White, N iot , block 'J and
lot 7 Hock I', r'nrgn Orchard Ttact.
t C. Mulkev to W. K. Councilman,
part AIck XeaiClriiu. '.', (. 1 W.
K. S. Unburn et vir lo Ktnll Wldheni
et ii, pari 8. l Jones Claim, 31, .1, t
t'rod l.ncht et ii x to Vred Kuhlmeier
.,i i. s ! i. . y. is. it i w
Willamette I'niversity to KalU City
Salem Lumber Co. to correct fault iu
title ou laud oil Oak ud Hth nUooU,
HEBE'S NEW VIGOB FOB
Daniel J. Fry, the popular druggist,
bas been in the drug business long
enough to have his own opinion ot the
best way of gelling medicines. He says
the plan adopted by Mi-o-na, the great
dyspepsia remedy, is the fairest he has
ever heard of. He doesn't believe that
a medicine ought to be paid for unless
it does the user gome good. And Mi-o-na
is gold under a positive guarantee
to relieve dyspepsia or to refund the
money. You simply leave 50 cents on
deposit with Daniel" J. Fry and if, after
you have used the box of Mi-o-na you
decide that it has done you no good, all
you have to do is to tell him so and he
will return your money.
Hundreds of people have been relieved
of stomach cgouies by using this re
markable remedy. It is not simply a
food ditfester; it is a medicine that puts
all of the digestive organs into normal!
condition and gives ruddy, glowing, vig
orous health. A change for the better
will bo seen after the first few doseB
of Mi-o-na, and its continued use will
soon give the power to cat anything at
any time and not suffer distress after
ward. . Mi-o-na is gold under a positive guar
antee to refund the money if it does
not cure. This is the strongest proof
that can bo offered as to the merit of
Nothing losseng a man'g success in
hig work or a woman's fascinating per
sonality more than a weak stomach,
with its attending evils. Use Mi-o-na
and see how much more there is in life.
The Public Library
Gets Many New Patrons
During tho mouth of September, 101
new readers were added to the list of
those who appreciate the advantages
of the Salem public library. Of this
number SO were from the city, rending,
books for the adults, 18 were children
and one adult from the country. This
increase in membership is due to some
extent to the opening of the schools
aud the university.
Tho month of Septcmbor brought in
120 new books by purchase and gift,
bringing the total number of books
and pamphlets now in tho library up
to a total of 11,219. The circulation
for the month was 2,S"H, with an av
erage of 119 a dny. The largest day's
business was when 174 were registered
out, and the smallest day whon the call
was for but 83.
As in all libraries, the demand for
fiction is far in excess oP the call for
other lined and during September 70
per cent, of the adult readers preferred
light reading. Children who nuturally
take to story reeding, prefer book's
that arc instructive as their per cent
oi fiction is but 62.
Of the 2870 books registered out for
the month, 2110 were taken by adults
and 70(1 by the children. 1018 of tho
adult books were fiction. Kven with
this number, the records of tho library
show there has been a considernlifc
gain this year in class reading and a
falling off of fiction compared to Sep
tember of one year ago.
So many stomach sufferers have been
benefited by a simple prescription of
vegVtablo oils which cured a Chicago
druggist of chronic stomach, liver nnd
intestinal trouble of yeara' standing
that we want you gurely to try this
remedy. It is known aa Mayr'g Won
derful Remedy. One doso will convince
you. It usually gives complete and
permanent results even in the most
stubborn cases. One dose will convince
you. Mnyr 's Wonderful Remedy is sold
by leading druggists everywhere with
the positive understanding that your
money will be refunded without ques
tion or quibble if ONE bottlo fails to
give you absolute satisfaction.
Se-rvia feels quite at home; she's nt
I will sell nt Public Auction nt
tho old Doc Jeffries place two
and three-fourth miles west of
Kalem on Dallas road, on
I Friday, October 22, 1915
Itceilllliiiir ill mill .A M TI,o
following property, towlt:
8 high grndo Jersey cows, T
.....!.. . . . . ns .L I. . T
iiiucrcmo.sis tested; zi lav nogs,
l.ri to 400 pouuds; 1 reg. Poland
China boar; 1 2-year-old Jersey T
null; s yearling heifers; 1! Z year
old heiters, coming fresh; 1 gray
mare, 8 years-old, weight 11100;
.1 ma re ,1 -years-old. weight 1000:
.13 14 Ituin wagon, new box; 1 I
heavy blacksmith outfit: 1 light i
blacksmith forge; 20 slionts; 1 T
new hay tedder: 1 buck board) I
I llreen bone cutter; 1 buggy,
1 hog rack, 1 wood rack; I 3-sec
tion harrow; I spray pump; 1 I
tunguelcss cultivator; 1 broad- T
iti.si riiin iirui! 1 uew xvi'iiiiu-Kr
disc drill; j hi ting stove; 1
ltuhcoi'k 4 bottle milk and crenm
, tester; 1 John Deere disc plow;
I new potato digger; 1 Kcon.
cream separator: 1 dipping vat;
! So. 10 .1. I. C. plow; 1 No. 40
Oliver chill plow, 1 new grind '',
stone; 1 disc, harrow; 400 henv.r
oak fence posts; 200 grain sacks;
1 washing machine; and othet
articles too niimeroui to mention.
Terms of Sale All iumi of T
$10 and under are cash; over 10
siK months' credit will be given,
purchaser giving bankable not
v ith interest at 6 per cent.
Free lunch on ground.
Property must b fettled for I
1 ufioro removal.
Y. M. BCHl'LKTT,
CHAA W. YAN'NKE,
DALLAS LOCAL NEWS
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Dallas, Oct. 19. Mrs. John E. Sibley
returned Sunday evening from H three
months visit with relatives in Illinois.
Mr. Sibley met them in Eugene and ac
companied them home. i
Clark Van Orsilel, a student at the
Oregon agricultural college at Corvallis
was an ovor-Sunday visitor nt the
home of his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. O.
Van Orsdel on Jefferson street.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sliultz and Mr.
anil Mrs. C. W. Shultz were Sunday
visitors at tho home of Mr. aud Mrs.
Karl Shultz in McMlnnville.
Miss Susie Braun nnd Edward War
kentin were united in marriage at the
Salt Creek church Sunday. Both young
people are well known in this city and
will make their future home here.
O. O. Gardiner, of Bridgeport, was
in Dallas, Saturday attending a meet
ing of the I'olk county fair board.
Judge Morrow, of the circuit court
of Multnomah county, was a Dallas
visitor Saturday night and Sunday. He
was ucconipnnied by Mrs. Morrow.
Marie Griffin, a student at the Cap-
ital Business College at Salem visited
her parents in this city Saturday aud
Miss Edith Catherwood, of Corvallis,
spent Saturday anil Sunday with her
futhon Thomas Cat.ierwood of the Dal
las garage. MisB Catherwood is attend
ing the Oregon agricultural college.
H. J. Eliott, proprietor of the Perry
dale flouring mill was a Dallas busi
ness visitor the latter part of the week.
Mrs. Winnie Braden, secretary of
tho Polk county fair association leaves
this week for Portland whore she will
have chargo of the Polk county display
at the Land Products Show to be held
in that city this month.
Linn Elders, a former Dallas boy now
residing at Tacoma is in the city' visit
ing his many friends.
Mrs. F. 11. Morrison nnd dauuhtor.
Miss Edna Morrison and grnnddnughter j
Miss Helen Morrison, wero Saturday
and Sunday visitors ia Portland. I
Funeral services over the remains of!
the lnte Christian Kisser were held iu!
tho Evangelical church Saturday af-
ternoon nt two o'clock. Interment tooki
place in the Dallas I. O. O. F. cem
etery. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ayres and son, I
Hugh, left Saturday morning for Port-i
land where they will make their home. I
Did It Ever Happen
L ---.-Ji '.ffZJ
Well, that is, almost everybody.
Of course, we except the man who uses smoked
glasses' to take all the brightness out of life ,
And the old codger who believes that the theatres
are very, very wicked
And the gentleman who buttons his collar in the
back because he hates to look forward
And his neighbor who thinks railroad trains and
newspapers should slop on Sunday. "
These fellows hold up their .hands in holy horror at X
Other folks, who get some real joy out of life, buy it every
Tuesday morning at their nearest newsstand, and go about all
the rest of the week with their faces wreathed in smiles.
Try It This Week Just
Mr. Ayres just recently purchased a
moving picture theatre in Sunnyside.
L. S. Finseth of this city has been
appointed district deputy of the
Knights of Pythias lodges lor Polk aud
County Judge John B. Teal spe.it
Suuday with his family at Falls City.
HOW SHE ACQUIRED
A nicely dressed woman sat beside
me in the train. Everyone stared nt
her. It was not her beauty of feature
that held our eyes, nor her costume.
But there was something about her face
and expression I risked it and usked:
"Would you mind telling mc how you
keep your complexion so dazzlingly
puref Don't think me impertinent, but
you seem over 30, yet haven't a line in
your face, and your cheeks are quite
peach-like. How do you do it!"
Laughing, she said: "Thut's easy: 1
remove my skin. Sounds shocking,
doesn't itf But listen. Instead of cos
metics I use only pure mercolized wax,
procurable at any druggist's." I apply
tins nightly, like cold cream, washing it
off mornings. This gently absorbs the
soiled, weather-beaten film-skin, witn
out pain or discomfort, thus rovenling
the fresh, clear undt-i-sKin. Every wo
man has a beautiful complexion under
neath, you know. Then, to ward off
wrinkles I use a face bath made by
dissolving powdered saxolite (one
ounce) in one-half pint witch hazel a
harmless astringent which 'tones' the
skin wonderfully. Very simple, isn't
itt" I thought so. I'm now trying
her plau and like it immensely. Mil
licent Brown in The Story Teller.
Judge Dooling May
Try Big Oil Cases
Fresno Cal Oct. 19. Federal Judge
Maurice T. Dooling, of tho Northern
district, was expected by many today
to be called to preside over the session
of the United Stutes district court of
southern California during trial of cases
involving ownership of Midway oil
lands valued at millions. Judge Bled
soe is a stockholder in one of the in
volved companies and is expected to
The government seeks to disputed
several largo corporations and thou
sands of individuals who bought ind
improved the land.
"00-y! My Corrf
H-m, Use 'Gets-It
Then You'll Have No Coras to
Tour Corns will Come "dean
Did you ever see a corn peel off
after you've used "Gets-It" on itl
Well, it's a moving-picture for your
lifel -And you hardly do a thing to it
"Sore Corn Bumped
Put n HttlA "Ors-It" on. it driel it
once. There's nothing to stick. Put
. , t I!
shoes and stockings on ngni u"
No pain, no fuss. 4S hours-total
trnnn. "flots'.Tt" never hurts th Inn
lesh, never makes toes sore. If 7
have tried almost everything eis wr
corns, you will be much more
prisod to see how uickly and aJ
.. ., ..ll,,ono mill pnrnn riint
off with "Gets-lt." Quit limping vA
wrinkling up your face with con
wainkles. Try "Gets-It" tonight oi
that corn, callus, wart or bunion, l
you'll be glad you read this.
"Oets-lt" is sold Dy an uiuS.-,
25c a bottle, or sent direct by
Lawrence & Co., Chicago.
- By Mort Burger