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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. OREGON; WEDNESDAY, OCT. 20. 1915.
j Loganberry Juicers Win
Two Games From uregons
In City Bowling League
The T.ojus puintcd tlio Orison's a
I j vcmiillion hue last nitflit ut the
Cluli alloys when they nosed out nhoud
in the city bowling dengue opening
game by taking two out of three. Hut
1 five points separated the tennis on the
total score, however, and tlie Oregon
U. OF 0. GETTING READY
TO PLAY ILL1 WALLA
Coach Bezdek Has the Team
Practicing by Moon and
GOTHIC THE NEW
2 for 25C COLLAR
IT FITS THE CRAVAT
TO REINSTATE BALL PLAYXE8.
! able to distribute their points in the
. i plaeefl necessary to will.
j The high game was rolled by Free
ftugene, Or., Oct. "0. The work of lainl, of the I.ojtis, who registered 2111
"Uiiditionin ; the liiiveisily of Oregon, mid Ntutesman, of the (fame team.
t"am for Saturday's game with Whit-; chalked up the high average of 1 SS.
Cambridge, Mass., Oct. SO. A plea
for the reinstatement of the five Yale
had the long end though they aero on-j ba.-eball players who were suspended
lor piaying summer ohkcduii wus es
pected to be forwarded to the Yale ath
letic authorities by Harvard students
man at Walla Walla Saturday
merrily on today.
Coach Ite.dcli was placing
stress on tackling, starting and
.Several players h."vu been threaten
ed with the bench if they don't aiow
more ( lass.
1 1 oil', in h is filling in at guard in place ; if, ; t cMrn n ri 132
Bert Whorlev won the shirt which was
offered by the Hammond Bishop com
pany for the high score of the alleys.
After the lengue game, W'horley rolled
the high score of 244.
The scores follow:
of lie. licit, w ho has a soro back. It
is probable Jloskins will play the po
I,nst evening's workout was partic
ularly strenuous, being continued long
past dusk, by moon anil arc light.
DUFFY LEWIS IS HOME,
(Jee, its good; Mori Icy Mi
were his first! I.nflcr 1H1
SO0 814 2510
Hoys Springs, Cal Oct. 20. Duffy
Lewis, hero of the world's series and
Pride of the Huston funs, is liack
his home town today. '
to be back home ugc.iii, "
words, and baseball talk was his last.1
lie rested today following u reception. Totals fc'3 870 817 2515
given him lust' night. Tonight the Hligh team plays the W.
Duffy modestly rucliiims that his O. V. team,
wonderful showing was due lo the r
"main and simple reason" that luck CUPID STRIKE'S THEM OUT.
and the breaks were with him and the
I'eil Kox. Sun Francisco, Oct. 20. California's
Discussin r drover Cleveland AIcjcun- October climate or its beautiful girls is
dor, Duffy suid: j playing havoc, in the ranks of the big
"Ho much publicity about bow he league ball plnvers. Cunid is scoriim
was to neat iiokiuii single nauuuo proii
nbly hurt his prospects."
SATURDAY TO BE "SEAL DAY.
Han Francisco, Oct. 20.-Saturday
will be "Seal Day" ill Hun Francisco,
providing the Heals do not slip up and
lose the pennant. It is planned to havo
fandom of Sun Francisco give a big
demonstration for the club.
heavilv. Oscar Vitt. Detroit third sack
or tonight will sign for life for Miss
I Irene Freuiid, of Fruitvale.
The news leaked out today that .Toe
Oeschger, the St. Mary's pitcher, who
j played with Providence uuil later with
(the Phillies last season, has married
jMiHs Ivy .r. Teal, of Areata.
Hddie Hums of the Phillies, njid Miss
Viola liiporte, of Monterey, are also
soon to wed.
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TOUR IViAY BE OFF.
Chicago, Oct. 20. Jt was intimated
today that the I a rn Htorm i ntf tour of
the. all star team headed by Frank
Bancroft, secretary of the Cincinnati
club may lie culled' off by the National
commission, which has never given its
WHITE BEAT HARVEY.
Boston, Oct. "(I. Piling up the de
ciding point in the lust three rounds of
their twelve round bout, Charlie White,
of Chicago, won a decision over Johnny
Harvey, of' New York, Inst night.
DANGERS OF A COLD
Will Do Well to
Many bad cases of kidney trouble re
sult from a cold or chill. Congested
kidneys fall behind in filtering the poi
son laden blood and backache, headache,
dizziness and disordered kidney action
follow. Don't neglect a cold. Use
Donn's Kidney Pills at the first sign
of kidney trouble Follow this Salem,
J. H. ronton, MM Lee St., Salem,
says: "A cold settled on my kidneys,
causing pnin through my back. I knew!
that my kidneys were' to blame, and,
hearing several local citizens endorso
Dunn's Kidneys Pills highly, I began
using them. They were just whut I
needed to relievo the pains and other
kidney troubles. Whenever I have
taken Dunn 'a Kidney Pills since, n few
doses have brought me relief.'
Price 50c, . at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidnov remedy get
Dunn 's idn.iy pills- the . samo that
Mr. Penton had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Drops., Buffalo, N. Y.
The Turner High
The initiation of the freshmen into
the Tinner high school, was the topic
of discussion lust Friday evening, Oc
tober 15, when the organized senior
class undertook to introduce the fresh
ies into high school.
The school room was decorated in
green with white flowers. 1,'uder the
arch of the big doors were seated the
freshmen, while thctr motto, "flreeu
Hut ((rowing," hung over their heads.
Dpou the board the pyramid of success
was placed, commencing at', "self con
trol," and climbing to duty.
After a short business meeting of the
Renior class, Conducted by the presi
dent, Richard Gray, nut .Secretary Km
ma llohl, in which some committees
wore appointed, mid Mr. T. K. Wilson
gave a talk on "The Benefit of a
Literary Society," they proceeded
with their program. Knelt one of the
class gave n short verse on the pyramid
The initiation committee was called
and the room was dismissed to wnteh
the initiation proceedings and to en
Light refreshments were served after
which nil departed for home.
Among the guests of high school wore
Miss Mickey, Miss Salisbury, Miss
Uruy, Miss Clara and Iiosa A herns,
Miss Smnll, Miss Hakcr, Miss Camozell,
Mrs. Watson, Mr, Kunsoni, Mr. Moore,
Mr. Ahrens and Mr. .leans.
1 understand that some of the rules
ot mis cinss compel the freshmen to
wear green cups, this has never been
introduced into Turner high before. If
they don't wear them, they are to be
fined the price of the cap or dipped in
the creek whichever they choose.
They expect to form' a literary so
ciety in the school soon, which will I...
a benefit to the town as noil as the
He Was Some Cat As
n. nmi., v'et. .11.- i m some
wild cat, some cat, I am," said 11.
Nicholson today at the police station.
"1 may bo no bear, but, believe me,
I'm some cut."
Nicholson told of n fight flit a burg
lar who hud entered Nicholson's room
through a window. Nicholson fought
off the intruder after a desperate en
counter with fists, teeth and feet, bit
tug the burglar's lip off.
Search by the police failed to lo
onto the intruder. An hour later Al
emit li, aged years, appeared at the
city hospital for treatment of wounds
about the face. Nimilaritv of doscrip
tious caused the police to hold hnii ami
he was later identified by NichoUou.
High School Swamps
the Mute Score 28 to 0
lhe Salem high school football team
swamped the mute school yesterday aft
erneon by a score of SS to'tl. The muuc
was devoid of spoctniuilar feature as
the high school team made yardage
at will and tried out numerous forward
pass formation, lhe line lips:
High nhool-S:rff, c; White, g.;
Clark, f.', Htidcliffe, t.; K.vd, t.; I'roe
tor, Kngedora. h.j O. Hiiileliff. h.j
Deaf school Albert Harrii. r.:
Marcus Urcwer, .; Milton Uerry, 9.;
i mie amer, .j Merle Petera, t
Dean TuMiug. q.j Frank Thayer, h
Will Toll, h.j Chariot Shauuoa, f,
Take a Glass of Salts If Your
, Back Hurts or Bladder
Bothers You Drink
If you must have your meat every
day, eat it, but flush your kidneys with
salts occasionally, says a noted author
ity who tells us that meat forms uric
acid which almost paralyzes the kid
neys in their efforts to cxi?l it from
the blood. They become sluggish and
weaken, then you. suffer with a dull
misery in the kidney region, sharp
pains in the back or sick headaches, diz
ziness, your stomacn sours, tongue is
coated and when the weather is bad
you have rhumatic twinges. The urine
gets cloudy, full of sediment, the chan
nels often get sore and irritated, oblig
ing you to seek relief two or three times
during the night.
To neutralize these irritating acids,
to clennse the kidneys and flush out
tho body's urinous waste get four
ounces of Jad Salts from any pharmacy
here; take a tablespoonfiil in a glass of
water before breakfast for a few days
and your kidneys will "then uct fine.
This famous salts is made from the ncid
of grapes and lemon juice, combined
with lithia, and has been used for gen
erations to flush and stimulate sluggish
kidneys, also to neutralize the acids in
urine, so it uo longer irritates, thus end
ing bladder weakness.
Jad Salts is inexpensive; cannot in
jure, and makes a delightful efferves
cent lithia-water drink.
IS BEST EGG LAYER
Birds Hustle to Keep In
Bird Hustle to Keep In
Sight of Her
Sun Francisco, Oct. 20. Oregon hens
lead the world in egg laying, accord
ing to statistics being furnished at the
Panama-Pacific exposition. A Bnrred
Plymouth Rock pullet, owned by F. H.
Shermnn, of Lebanon, Ore, has laid 105
eggs during- the 312 days in interna
tional egg laying contest, now in pro
gress at the exposition has been on.
Two White Leghorns owned by the Ore
gon Agricultural college arc second and
third, one with lsy and the other with
l!t:i. The Oregoninn chickens are also
there with the team work, leading all
competitors. The Oregrfn Agricultural
college pen of White Leghorns had luii'
1,554 eggs in 1112 days.
The 10 highest hens in the contest
are all from Oregon and Washington
excepting one White Leghorn from
Suffrage Beaten In New
Jersey By 55,000 Majority
(Continued from, page one.")
Jersey result was the best thing that
rould have happened for the antis'
Atone," commented Mrs. John Herron,
itional vice-president of the ai '
suffragists organization about yester
day's New Jersey suffrage election de
feat. "The fact' that President Wilson
did not even carry his own state is
mighty significant." It will have sweep-
T will sell at Public Auction at
the old Doe Jeffries place two
and three-fourth miles west of
Salem on Dallas road, on
Friday, October 22, 1915::
Beginning t 10:30 A. M. The "
following property, towlt:
8 high-grade Jersey cown,
tuberculosis tested: 21 fat hoes,
123 to 4(10 pounds; 1 reg. Poland "
China boar; 1 2 year-old Jersey
bull; 2 yearling heifers; 2 2-year-
old heifers, coming fresh; 1 gray
mure, o years-Old, wolgnt iswj
1 mare H years-old, weight 1000;
1 3 1-4 Ituiii wagon, new box; 1
heavy blacksmith outfit: 1 light
blacksmith forgo; 20 shonta; 1
now hay tedder; 1 buck board)
1 Green bone cutter; 1 buggy;
1 hog rack, 1 wood rack; 1 3-sc'c-tiou
harrow; I spray pump; 1
tonguclcas cultivator; 1 broad
cast grain drill; 1 new Kentucky
diae drill; 1 heating atove; 1
Babcock 4 bottle milk and crenm
tester; 1 John Deere dlae plow;
1 new potato digger; 1 Koon.
cream separator; 1 dipping vat!
I No. 10 J. I. C. plow; 1 No. 40
Oliver chill plow; 1 new grind
atone; 1 disc harrow; 400 heavy
oak fence posts; 200 grain sacks;
1 washing machine; and other
articles too numorou to mention.
Terma of Sale All eum of
$10 aud uuder are cash; over 10
six months' credit will be given,
purchaser giving bankable note
with Interest at 8 per cent.
Free lunch on grounds.
Property mint be fettled for
W. M WTUUCTT,
OH A3. W. TANXKE,
Is tills a clue to Point 7 ?
owdum benefits tke ieetK
DENTAL research has
found that only 1.2
of the Maoris of New Zealand
have any decay of teeth.
Next come the Esquimaux,
only lAjb of those exam
ined having teeth unsound.
Third rank certain tribes, of
Some years ago the British
Dental Association examined
the teeth of 10,500 English
school children. 86fo had
6ome decay of the teeth!
Why? From leading dental
authorities we get this answer:
Races having the best teeth
chew foods which excite the
salivary glands. The Maori
flavors food with the juice of
the tutu-berry a keen exciter
of the salivary flow. The
Canadian Indian chews wood
of the sugar pine.
The human saliva is endorsed
by these same authorities as Ao
ture's own mouth wash the best
conserver of the teetli best since
In encouraging a normal flow
of saliva, the clean, pure Sterling
Gum brines distinct aid to the
health of the teeth.
It acts against what dentists
call "oral (mouth) stagnation."
The importance of this fact
may lead you to suppose it the
7th Sterling point but no; that
7th point is still as much a mys
tery as ever.
THE STERLING GUM CO., INC
Long blud Cllj. Greater New York
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OUCH! LAI BACK,
Rub Pain Right Out With
Small Trial Bottle of Old,
Kidneys cause Backache! No! They
have no nerves, therefore can not cause
pain. Listen! Your backache is caused
by lumbago, sciatica or a strain, and
the quickest relief is soothing, penetrat
ing "Ht. Jacobs Oil." Rut it right on
your painful back, and instantly the
soreness, stiffness and lameness disap
pears. Don't stnv crippled! Oct a small
trial bottle of "St. Jacobs Oil" from
your druggist and limber up. A mo
ment after it is applied you II wonder
what became of the backache or lum
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were valuable. These she tore up, and
refused to say what was in them.
Police are not entirely satisfied with
the girl's story. They want to know
what a small trunk, which arrived at
her home yesterday morning was doing
there. Then, too, they were puzzled
to know why the hatchet, usually in th
basement came to be in the woman'i
"What I did, I did in self defense,"
Mrs. Pamies said. "I don't know wh
1 1 hacked the body. I waa afraid. It
wns tear. I pues. Jt whs his life or
mine. And that's about all I guess."
ing effects. It means the defeat of
suffrage in Pennsylvania."
Miss Helen Allen, leader of the suf
fragists on the other hund, predicted
they will win In Pennsylvania Novem
i'The men of Pennsylvania are no
sheep,' she said. "They will stand on
their individual opinions and vote for
the governor and most of the state
officials are advocating suffrage.
. watcn new Yont Now.
New York, Oct. 20. Suffragists eyes
turned today toward New York, que
tioningly, as a result of the vote for
women election in New Jersey yes
The query on everyone a lips as to i
the Kmpire state's course was answer-i
ed by Mrs. James Lnidlaw.
"New Jersey is not New York, vou
know," she said. "Of course 'we
would have been glad if New Jersey I
had won. but you know thev did noV
prepare as we have prepared. Their
defeat has only made us the more determined."
Woman Butchers Love-Mad
Cripple Who Pursued Her
(Continued From Page One.)
The usa of .Suge.nnd Sulphur for re
storing faded, gray huir to its natural
color dates back to grandmother's time.
She used it to keep her hair beautiful
ly dark, glossy and abundunt. When
ever her hair fell out or took on that
dull, fuded or streaked appearance, this
simple mixture was applied, with won
But brewing at home is mussy and
out-of-date. Nowadays, by asking at
any drug store for a 50 cent bottle of
"Wyeth's Sage and Hulphur Corn
pound," you will gei this famous old
recipo which can be depended upon to
restore natural color and benotv to tha
hair and is splendid for dandruff, dry,
Lcveuaii, iiciiy scuip aim inning nnir.
A well-known downtown ' druggist
says it darkens the hair so naturally
and evenly that nobody can tell it has
been applied. You simply dampen a
sponge or soft brush with it and draw
this through your hair, taking one
strand at a time. By morning the gray
hair disappears, and after anothor ap
plication or two, it becomes beautifully
dark, glossy, soft and abundant.
corned the cripple, she said, but she
confessed she had gone to the mnn'g ho
tel to get some papers which he said
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Willamette Valley Company. First
mortgage, five per cent sinking fund
gold bonds, dated Docmber 1, 1905.
Notice is hereby given, pursuant to
the provisions of the mortgage to Oer
mantown Trust Company, dated Decern-'
ber 1, 1905, that the undersigned com
pany as trustees will reeoive waled
proposals up to twelve o 'clock noon on
Wednesday, October 27, 191"), for tha
sale to it of bonds, as described above,
at a price not exceeding one hundred
and five per cent (105 per cent) and
accrued interest, sufficient to exhaust
as nearly as possible the sum of s)4,3-t8
14 now in the Sinking Fund. Preference
to be given by the trustee to bonds of
fered at the lowest price.
GERMANTOWN TRl'ST CO.,
Clarence C. Brinton, treasurer, German
town, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
remarkable composure, though at times
she sobbed and trembled.
Cross questioned she clnbornted nn
the story of the fight, saving the crip
ple bad attacked her with his crutch.
Weinstein was a fruit denier in Atlan
tic City, aged about 23 years, she
She confessed he wanted some papers
from her, but she refused to tell the
nature of them.
Before her hasty flight out into the
night fog, .Mrs. ramies placed papers
on the floor to sop up the blood. Next
she hastily placed her blood marked
dresa in a tub and tore up letters which
had passed between her and Weinstein.
These Tetters, she said, were just
friendlv notes Weinstein has written her
from Atlantic City. 8he had lived at
his home with Weinstein and his wife.
The maimed man had been friendlv but
never intimate, though every time he
wanted to leave, Mra. Weinstein pro
"Mary don't leave me becauao when
von are away Mike is a fiend and hard
ly givea me enough to eat." the girl
wife quoted Mr- Weinstein as saving
In iebruary, the girl married Pi'mies
here. A few days ago the had mes
sage from Weinstein saving he was
coming here. She nd hef husband wel-
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THIS SEASON'S GOODS.
PRICES $5.00, $6.50, $7.50 and $10.00.
EVERY ONE A BARGAIN
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This department is as popular as ever. We defy
all competition. See us for the latest styles in Trim
med Hats, Shapes, Flowers and Feathers.
Nice White Union Suits, winter weight, for girls or
ladies, only 50c
Boys' Union Suits, winter' weights nnlv 50c
Cotton Blankets, 74c a pair
Big assortment. Extra good values.
Cotton Blankets, 64x80, our $1.25; now $1-
Cotton Blankets, 72x80, our $1.50; now $l-3a
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