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County Court Need Not
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i he Most Wondertul indorsement, ever
Given Any Product
John Philip Sousa and his famous Band have circled the globe on numerous tours and inspired
millions of people in many lands with their soul-stirring, inimitable music. - m$l
Mr. Sousa has been a smoker of Tuxedo Tobacco for years. Recently, at the Panama-Pacific
Exposition, a newspaper representative made the discovery that every member of Sousa's Band is also
a Tuxedo smoker!
Whereupon, the following endorsement of Tuxedo was gladly given and signed by Mr. Sousa and
the sixty-six members of his Band; Read it as sure-fire and convincing as a Sousa March:
JOHN PHILIP SOUSA.
Tht March King
"AH the vim, energy and enthusiasm we put into the playing of the jT njo '
'Stars and Stripes Forever, we find in the steady use of TUXEDO." V"
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Tlio supronio court this niorninR
handed down ail opinion which ield
that the coiinly rourt was not compell
ed to nivo nn itemized statement ot
expenditures for the rond fund or
county ortieerg to be puuiisnea in tno
county tax budget. The opinion was
handed down in tlio case of the stnto in
relation to S. V. Anderson ngainat A.
M. Hare, county .indue, and Frank L.
Owens nnd CJeortje MeKiincns,' county
commissioners of Tillamook county. As
a taxpayer Anderson secured a writ or
mandamus to compel the county court
to comply with tho law which states
that tho tax budget shall be published
so as to allow full discussion of tho
terns of tho tax budget.
Tho county court of Tillamook coun
ty set forth the item, "Road and
bridge fund, $173,389.95" and Ander
son contends that the budget should
iteniizo tho estimates for maintainence,
improvement, each, road, each bridge,
each street, numbers of supervisors,
salary of each, and amount for ma
chinery and supplies. Justice Boan
ruled that it was not necessary for tho
county courts to do this as an estimate
was all that was necessary since the
supervisors, for example, were paid by
the day and it was not known how
many days they would work during tho
coming year, also it was uncertain how
much repairs or supplies would be
needed. Henco the court mled that an
estimate of tho amount needed and the
lump sums for tho various departments
were only required. .
Tho other opinion handed down by
the supreme court this morning was
written by Justice Burnett, in the case
of Lillio T. Webb, respondent against
William Isensee, appellant, an action to
recover money on a lease. Tne opinion
bv Justice Burnett reversed mo do
cision of Judge Henr" E. McGinn, of
Multnomah county. Only two opin-
ons were handed down by the supreme
court tins morning. I'etitions tor re
hearing were denied in the cases of
Bimio vs. L Grande and Sheridan vs.
Eugeno was dismissed on a written
stipulation without cost.
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No other product has ever received such a re
markable endorsement as this,
The incomparable mildness of Tuxedo appeals to
men with nerves the fact that Tuxedo does not
affect their throats or nerves. And the reason is the
"Tuxedo Process", that makes Tuxedo different
from all other tobaccos positively non-biting,
delightfully soothing, restful and refreshing.
Tuxedo will appeal to you for the same reasons.
March at a Sousa quick-step to the nearest tobacco
dealer and get a tin of Tuxedo today. Smoke pipeful
after pipeful all day long, every day, for a week.
Then you'll know you've found the one cheer-up-and
speed-up-without-a-let-up smoke for happy, hustling
You can buy Tuxedo everywhere. Convenient,
glassine wrapped, moisture-proof pouch, 5c. Famous
Green Tin with gold lettering, curved to fit pocket,
10c. In Tin Humidors 40c and 80c. In Glass Humi
dors 50c and 90c.
THE AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPANY
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Clierrians Held High Carni
val at Annual Banquet
(Corttnucd from Tugt One.)
coiling when ho addressed the nssembly
nnd wns just in the height of nn orator
ical Huso when Hon I.eo appeared on
tho scene with n clothes basket e laun
(I i v and demanded payment.
And while tho feast of oratory nnd
gi'Od things to eat wns Btill on, the
younger member of the singing varie
ty, sang, "It's a Long Way to Califor
nia," nnd a coon ami two dogs were
brought in to show the boys n first cluds
Hcrnp, only Manager Church was very
oNitivo that the tinnemput was better
uduptcd for a e oon fight.
Rodgcra Great Spieler.
Albert Egnn, the sweet singer of Hup-ni'-ro
brought down the house with his
Impromptu duet with one of the cabaret
girls nnd l.nrry Hofer and Carl Gabriel
sou were most envied of nil when they
dnnced tho, ono Btep with tho cabaret
Uut the cleverest stunt of nil was the
stereoptienn views In which members
of tho ChciTians saw themselves as oth
ers see them Composed and written
by Fred 8. Bynon nnd W. H. I.erchcn,
with drawings by Henry I.ee, with ex
planations and historical facts by
George 1 Eodgers, .tho slides were un
doubtedly tho big success of the even
ing. Beginning with a slide, showing
tho Chorrinus at Pendleton, the views
changed to local hits, in which Dr. H.
C. Kpley wns shown as the greatest and
onlv drum mnior on earth, and Torn
Ktiv looking for a scrap with another
state ofl'ii'iul. The announcement stat
ed thnt the "bull" wns by George P.
llodirers and as n moving thentre spell
er, he surely is a success. Explaining the
views as they wore thrown on the
screen. Mr. Kodirers told nil about Then,
Koth stnndinir in front of his Y. W. C,
A. nnd Kill D. Taton ns a modern Pern
Some Street Oood Things:
But the saddest slide wns the sul
murine about to torpedo the penny ante
club of tho Commercial club and the
pntronesscd wnlting for tho return of
the faithful members. Another slide
nsked the difference between George
Dr. W. A. COX
303 State Street
Reductions on all Dental
Work during January 1916
Plates as low as $7.30
Gold Crowns $3.50
Painless Extraction $..50
Guaranteed Work. Lady Attendant
Modern and Sanitary Office.
Dr. W. A. Cox
303 STATE ST.
Craves and a grasshopper which was
satisfactorily answered by Mr. Hodgcrs,
ns well as tho Inquiry to nr. unnger
from Painless Parker s to whether it
would be unethical lor tho painless to
take nn examination.
With tho s -dard, "Good bye, I'm
going to bo an ai I," the !!:! candi
dates woro individually initiated into
tho mystories of tho electrical carpet,
the magical stairway and the Pendleton
bucking machine. After being duly
robed und initiated, tho candidates
were instructed ns to their duties on
Tho menu and program of tho third,
annual banquet wus as follows:
Assortment of Grub.
Tomnto Cocktuil with a Dash of Oyster
Hand Turned Olives
Turkey Hips Turkey Meivka
Squashed Murphys Hand Pniuled Pens
(Yon will liko this) .
Villinnous Ice Cream
Strong Chcoso Badly Bent Crackers
(Thnt means small cup of block coffee)
The Dead Iino There is nothing to cat
below this line.
List of Events.
In tho order in which Ihey were put
'Noise." Tho Hungry Five
Opening Hymn .... Cherrlnn Quartette
No. h;I, In the tlieeu Book
"A I.ittlo Bplce." '.
.... Miss Aunltn Osgood nnd Brood
"8wnn Song." King Kny lit
(Introducing tho latest dniice steps
from Salt Ulver)
Slaughter. .. Lord Aberdeen MacOregor
Screeching.. .Metropolitan Opera Stars
"Iever Talk Behind Man llnik;
That's the Plnco to Kirk Him."
Musical Mirth, .... Mysterious Missel
" I Didn't liaiso My Boy for the Midget
Nonsense. .. Judge C"nnrle I.. MeNsry
"Opinions I Hnvo ltcversed."
Harry Louder Mncdregor
An Mfort August Hiickestein
"Tho Coiling Bemain Long After the
Talk Is Porootten."
Current Event King George I
"ino Tinker's vvacidiiir, ohi " ....
,. Jack Macltregor
"Wo I.ovo You Since Oregon llns (lone
Dry But We'll Not Bo With You
Billy Sullivan's Job.
Detroit, Mich., Jan. 4. Billy Sulli
van, former cntcher and one time
manager of tho Chicago White Sox,
will net as scoot and conch of tho Dc
troit American, replacing Jijm MJc
tluiie, veteran catcher, it was an
Fifty-One Applicants For Job
Yale's New Trainer and
Other Sporting News
. Berkeley, f'al., Jan. 4. An eastern
man will conch tho California football
squad the coining season, it was defi
nitely established today when Grad
uate Manager John Stroud announced
that a coach will be selected within
the next two weeks.
Fifty-one applications hnvo been
made for the position, nnd they will be
sorted down to four or fivo a week
from today, when tho executivo com
mittee will meet.
It is practically certain thnt two
coaches will be selected,, ono for the
football team nnd one for tho base
ball squad, The baseball couch in all
probability will be a Cnllfornian.
Flynn to Meet Fulton
New Chileans, LuTj. Jan. 4 Dun
Flynn of Boston and Fred Fulton of
Minnesota will meet here January 28
in a -O round bout.
May Coach Yale.
Minneapolis, Minn., Jan. 4. Dr. H.
Williams, football coach of tho Univcr
sity of Minnesota for many years, may
lieconio Sule coacii according to , rum
ors current hero today. Dr. Williams
admits ho has conferred with' the Ynlo
athletic committee, but refuses to dis-
uss tho mntter further.
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sponsible for more than ono insertion
for orrors in I'lnssified Advertise
ments. Bead your advertisement tho
first day it appears and notify us im
mediately if it contains an error.
Minimum chargo, 10c.
WOOD FOll BALK Phono
Pit EH 1 1 COW For
SKCOND GROWTH Flit WOOD
3.50 per cord. Phono 2240. tf
WOOD SAWKD AND DELIVERED
$4.00 cord. Phono 437.
GOOD TOP BUGGY For sale or trade
for cattle. Call 254 S. Liberty. Jana
WANTED Position bb housekeeper by
middleagcd lady. Phono 612M. JanG
WANTED Second girl at Willamette
Sanatorium. Apply 754 Ferry. JanS
FOK BENT Nicely furnished house
keeping rooms. 855 N. Comercial. tf
FOR SALE Buff Orpington chickens
and eggs for hatching purposes.
Phone evenings, C9F2. Jan.9
MODERN FURNISHED HOUSE For
rent. Call morning 1250 Chemeketa
Two lots on car line,
D. C. Corey, 1363 N.
LOST Automobile crank. Please re
turn to J. E. Scott, 121 South Lio
FOB RENT Furni""-1 houso-hcepinff
rooms, C94 N. Commercial. Phone
FOB SAI," '"hit" Kock roosters, full
blood. Jos. Barber. 1995 S. Liberty,
Phone 1722. JanG
FOR SALE 6 fresh brown Jerseys
and Holstein cows, good milkers; 715
8. 12th, ovor garnge. Jan4
FOR SALE 6 fresh Durham-Jerseys
and Holstein cows, good milkers, 7t
S. 12tii, over garage. Janl
FOR RENT Modern
Inquire Mrs. H. D.
Court. Phono 1005.
Says German Soldiers Fight
Behind Breastworks of
HKIFER CALF, Jersey nnd Guernsey,
five months old, for $10.00. Ward
K. Riciiardson, 2395 Front street.
WILL TRADE Income property, close
in, for six or seven room modern
house. Address 15, caro Journal.
Berkeley, Cal., Jan. 4. Great Btacks
of dead men, Columns of onrushing
men. Shots screaming out from a bul
wui'k of corpses behind which tho liv
ing sheltered themselves.
This was part of tho gruesome pic
ture Albert E. Blum, aged 20 yours, ad
venturous local lad, wroto homo to his
mother, beemnir that she send hiB
American credentials to London so that
he might bo freed from tho horror of
Tho Bhockcd mother forwarded tho
desired papers today so that tho lad,
now sufl ring the tortures ot a millet
wound in tho kneo may come homo from
"l'vo had enough of it," ho wrote
plaintively. "I wanted to sco tho war
but its too ghastly."
Then ho told of how tho Germans
peering out from behind tho mnss of
dead mndo inroads on tno Jr,ngusn, ioi-
lowing tho latter 's victorious advance
"It's bad enough to shoot at live
men," ho said, ''but when you havo
to go up against the" living and the
dead It is awful."
Tho mud ho reported awful nnd he
wns longing for a sight of tno gnuy
And thon. too, ho wanted a letter
FOR RKNT Desirablo office rooms in
closo proximity to Salem Commercial
club. See Mr. Luck, Salem Commer
cial club. JanS
HAVE- YOUR BOOKS AUDITED
Start tho year right. Systems in
stalled. Books opened. Phone
Cooper, 175. Jan8
Boot Meets Bonds.
Portlnnd, Or. Jan. 4. Boxing fans
expect a real test for Jack Root, the
Portland heavyweight tonight when ho
meets Joe Bonds, who claims Tncomn
ns his port of call. Bonds und Boot
will fuss with ono another for six
rounds. Bonds wns somewhat reticent
about his recent experience in a Aus
tralia when ho arrived hero yesterday.
' lct ' talk of something idonsnut,"
Is Negro Champion.
New Orleans, La., Jau. 4. Harry
ills of this city today is negro
heavyweight champion of tlio world,
according to announcement of the pro'
motors of the bout here last night In
which he whipped Sam Langford of
Boston. Wills fot the decision at the
eud of 20 ro-.mds of hard milling.
Opening of the Beichstng
. Frank der Kaiser
Seme More Cnbaret., .Same Cnbnreteers
"Since Von Leaned On Me, I'm
Wants Hal Chase.
Chicago, Jan. 4. If Manager Row-
lnnd of tho Chicago White Sox wants
Hal Chase, former White Sox first
baseman who jumped to tho Federals he
will find no opposition from President
Oomiskey, tho latter Said today. Row
land has not indicated whether he
Buck Tackles Chavez.
Kansas City. Jan. 4. Tommy Buck
of Philadelphia lost to Benny Chnvcr.
on n decision in their ten round bout
hero last night. .
GENERAL HUERTA DYING
El Taso, Texas, Jan. 4.
General Huertn, once Mexico's
"iron mfcii," is gradually sink
ing, and his denth is momentar
A priest and his family prayed
beside his lied this afternoon
lifter a third operation had been
performed on him, and a quan
tity of pus had been removed
from his body through an in
cision in his right side.
Physicians aro in constant attendance.
id A Journal New Today will
convert waste Into wealth.
Capital Journal Only
Complete Paper Sold
The Capital Journal Is the
only evening daily publisher
in Salem that is a complote
newspaper. The Portland papers
peddled hore are printed in the
forenoon about 11 o'clock, are
simply the regular edition of
the day before with some
changos on the first page. They
are only extras mado up for
street sulcs and out of town
circulation, making no protonse
to being real newspapers. The
Capital Journal on the other
hand, contains the complote
loaaed wire service up to 3:30
p. m., which is 6:30 p. m. in
New York and past midnight
In Europe, the seat of the great
war. It also contains all the
local news of Salem and sur
rounding territory that Is worth
whilo. It is a complete after
noon newspaper and the, only
one circulated in Salem. Whoa
yon pay your money for a Port
land evening paper here you are
mcroly being "faked" into buv
ing a cheap extra with big
headlines on the first page and
yestordny's news everywhere
The Capital Journal sells on
the street for 2 cents. Pay no
8 room house.
St. Helen, 23(i
BOY 19 years, wishes work, prefers
place with chance of advancement.
Will work for board. Address W. D.,
care of Journal. Jani
REAL BARGAIN Will sacrifice
my 1915 2-specd Dayton motorcyela
for cast; ridden only 1500 miles. See
Morso & Ramsden. Jai4
CALENDARS FOR 1910 Urge fig
ures for practical use. Call or phone
Homer H. Smith, the Insurance Man,
McCornack Bldg. Phono 00. Jan20
FOR TRADE 7 room house will take
team as part payment or will take
5 acres of lnnd and difforence. T.
N. Allenby, Routo 1, Turner, Oregon.
SPLIT BODY OAK Grub oak, ash,
second growth fir, old fir. j. II.
Eaton. Phono 1954 or call 901 morn
ings, noons or evenings.
FOR EXCHANGE By owner, goo.l 7
room house and two lots in Los An
geles, California, for farm in Oregon.
Photos and description at 1704 South,
13th. Address Routo 5, Box 1.1, Sa
lorn, Oregon. Jan
S. P. BENNETT will be at Skipton'e
Stables, 448 Ferry street, January 5,
to buy horses suitnblo for cavalry
and light artillery, any color but
light grays. Horses must stand 13
hands high, four to nino years old
weighing from 1000 pounds up. Jan4
from the folks nt homo.
'I havent had a word for a couple
of weeks," ho wrote, "but I hoar the
boys shouting . that a bin mail has)
enmo in. Perhaps there is one for me.
There ought to be if you think of me
ns much as I do of you."
The lad tried tho sea for a time, and
thon roturntng to Canada joined the
army on a dare.
But tho heaps of dead took that
spirit out of him.
Work On Valley Siletz
Road Is To Be Resumed
Independence, Or,, Jnn. 4. A large
number of men have been ordered t
report for work on the Valley A Si
lots railroad, at Hosklus this week. The
men are to completo nn unfinished park
of the work on the south end, then he
transferred to tho north end to con
struct the railroad Into this city.
ITRST LEAP TEAR BAIL.
Rilverlon, Or., Jan. 4. The Moose
lodge of this city, with a membership
of 200, provided tho young women of
Silverton with tho first leap year priv
ileges in the way of a leap year ball on
Now Years night. Tho ladies weri
charged the usual admission fee, while)
tho men acted as wall flowers. .