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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOTTRNAL. SALEM. ORFflON. TUESDAY. FEB. 1. 1916.
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tie to "Tux," because that's the, ;the "' ycrSiM "
rigni tuuauju, au y A PlpetUl 1 01 1 UX 1
gives ' you
Get a tin right away. Then 'that money-in-the-bank feeling,
it'll be smoke-up and cheer-up like finding a ten-dollar bill in the
without a let-up seven days Jn Wst pocketjofjast season's suit.
27e Perfect Tobacco for Pipe and Cigarette
The original "Tuxedo Process" brings out the unsurpassed
mildness, delicate fragrance and mellow flavor of the leaf in a
way that has never been successfully imitated. At the same time
it refines the tobacco until every trace of harshness and "bite"
You will find in Tuxedo a smoke that is wholesome and in
everyway beneficial to both mind and body. Tuxedo is a mild,
temperate tobacco that soothes and comforts with every whiff.
. Smoke all you like of Tuxedo!
YOU CAN BUY TUXEDO EVERYWHERE
Convenient, glassine wrap- j Famous green tin, with gold f ( )
ped, moisture-proof pouch DC lettering, curved to fit pocket 1 UC
In Tin Humidors, 40c and 80c In Glass Humidors, 50c and 90c j
THE AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPANY
,'Famous Cartoonist Creator "Foolish
Questions" Tin the uuy, etc.
" finit in Tm-eJo a eooJ tohacco. lit
fragrance end flavor are fine. I use it
reeularlu and endorse it highly to all m-j
hIiiuvii lint tin' Kli);litist iml ii-iit ion of
lining liny nTdliny (,r rot inr t i tijf. Ju
furl, .Inline McCiTilic, owner uf tlio
l'ortliuiil cliili, wiri'il Horrv ilcnyiii);
that his iirpluMv lind nmili' any h'n rj;t
of crniiliiMlnt'.ss hihI Imckint; up wliat
Walti'r diil say.
Neither of tlit li'Crodics will be on
hand in person to hear Merry's remarks
liefure the nssemliled iniiKiintes. I'resi
dents Murphy, of Salt l.ake: Powers,
of I. os Angeles: I.envitt, of Oakland,
ntiil Kerry ,of San Fi ainiseo. me all
get back in the good unices of the fans
before he goes to California in search
of fistic honors. la n written statement
published today Farmer apologizes for
having framed the match, nnd wants to
meet Karl Miebus, a local heavyweight.
Fanner stipulates that if he loses, all
his winnings, including training ex
penses, shall be turned over to a charit
BERRY CRATES MUST BE
MARKED, SAYS THE LAW
TILE TRAP TOR RABBIT3
Advocates for $5,000 Cannot
Get Majority U. of C.
Football Given Impetus
Hot Air Scrap,
l'ortland, Die., Feb. 1. Waller Me
t'redie didn't charge Tienry Ilerry with
crookedness, Judge V. W. McCredie de-
I elareil in ft telegram to Ilerry last night.
J Judge Mcl'rodio didn't retract nor
i apologize on behalf of Walter, nor
would ho reveal the contents of the tele
1 gram which Berry sent him, in which
the Seal owner is said to have de
I manded a retraction.
I The charge of "interlocking director
ates" does not constitute crookedness,
nor does it injure baseball, said the
Sua Francisco, Feb. 1. After the
magnates of the Pacific Const league
have held n formal session this nl'ter-
nooii iiuil have blown off the
cri'ateil bv the controversy
lli inv Berry of San Francisco and Wal
ter MeCtvdie of I'oritnnd. the league's
salary limit of f 1,300, which was the
To Begin Prncticinsr.
Berkeley. Oil V,.b 1 V,,H,.,lt ,,1,,
mug at the I'niveisity of Californini Changs 'lu Hockey Team
received a new impetus today when it j Seattle, Wash., Feb. I. Before do
was announced that the si,nnd Unit will parting for Portland this morning,
represent the Blue nnd Cold on the grid- Manager MuMdou of the Seattle hock
iron next fall will begin practice nextey sextet announced n change in iiis
month. With the nuaouncemeiit of the i lineup.
selection of Andy Smith, the Pennsyl- "Cully" Wilson will be switched
vauia slar, as couch, nrrnngenients for hack to n wing position and Hemic
1.11 .I..,.,!,.. I 1 l..-:.. ...Ml ! -.,
w.le cnuse of the soeei.,1 meeiimr willi " ,,u,' com-1 win i.oi.i lona nt center. It is
remain at 1 1)00 n inonlh ; pietcn. prohalile that Hobby Rowe, the injured
" ' " month. Smith will receive t.!i00n season for !l'ver, will not get into tonight's me-
A final count of noses today shortly his work, it wns learned today, and his!'''' in the liose Citv. Hoy Kickev prob
beloro the magnates went into session , contract covers one year. If lie delivers ! hlv will start in his place,
how cd that the aihocates of n f."i.000 I ns his ndinirers are confident he will I 'rll Victoria team arrives here to
Halnry limit cannot muster a majority, the contrnet will be extended. i ""rrow night and wilt make Its head-
I he best they can possibly do is get I quartern here in the future. The Vir
ilize ballots-half of the magnates Closs Gam Exoected I ,oria ri,,k hns '"',', ' "vcr bv the
and possibly only two. . ... . , , . var department for training quarters
With this momentous question virtu-' ' 'Vlto. ( ul.. 1-pb. 1. Tt s a lo.-s , flir soKiiers.
ally settled in advance, the principal j J";1 ? ) ashington and Stan- Most of the games scheduled for Vic
biisinens of the session, it is predicted,!!, . '""etbnll fives for their game notorial will be plaved in Sevttle
will be discussion of the new famous. ,"" B.vm,,l,"l tonight. This! ,'
Berry-McCredie controversy. Berry has! " "r t.""11 01 1110 StUS""
gone flatly oa record an declaring that I
unless Walter McCredio retracts his Confesses to Frame Up.
utatements that Herry owns stock in' Portlniid. Ore.. Feb. 1 Frank t'nrm.
A recent service nnd regulatory nn
: nouacement of the bureau of chemistry
I contains the following, which should be
; ot interest to shippers j f berries,
; peaches nnd tomatoes when ordering
: their crates for next season's ship
j The department is of the opinion that
j berries, peaches, or tomatoes in small
i open containers which are packed in
crates and arranged within the crates
I i" layers or tiers, constitute fooil in
package form within the meaning of
, the net-weight amendment, and thnt
consequently the law requires that the
' crates shall be marked with a state-
ment of the quantity of the contents.
' Kach such statement should include the
J number of small containers and the
quantity of the contents of each.
I Pending a determination of the ques
. tion whether the net-weight amend-
meat npplies to berries ill small open
I containers (such as those which usually
hold one quart or one pint each, nail
i which are commonly placed, without
, covers, in crates, each crate holdimr n
number of smali ciuitninersl, nail unless
pnbli.- notice of not less than two
mouths be given, the department will
not recommend any proceedings under
the federal food ami drugs net solely
upon the ground that berries in such
small containers, shipped in interstate
commerce or otherwise brought within
the jurisdiction of the food nnd drugs
act. bear no statement of the quantity
of the contents upon each such eoii-
DOPE TAKES A JUMP
lioth the I .on Angeles and San Francisco er. the Taeomit light heavyweight who
clubs, ho will drive the peppery Walter ' admitted he recently framed" a bout
from baseball. So far McCredio has with Al Sominers iii Portlnud, wants to
SALEM'S BEST MARKET PLACE
Now at 426 State Street
Philadelphia, Feb. 1. Featherweight
Champion Johnny Kilbnne got nn easy
decision over Pnckcy llommcy in a six
Milwaukee, Feb. 1. Art Miigirl, of
Oklahoma City, wns no match for Billy
Kramer, tho Milwaukee welterweight,
in a six round bout here nnd the news
papers unanimously gave Kramer the
San Francisco, Feb. 1. The "hop
heals" of San Francisco are in de
spair. "Dope" has taken another
jump in price, I.ouis Zeh, secretary of
the state board of pharmacy, reported
Opium has gone up from iMO to $100
a tin or from ."o cents to l a pipe ful.
Cocaine and morphine have risen
from 2.1 cents to fid cents "shot" or
10 to $1.1 n bottle.
Zeh savs the Tia Junnn flood de
stroyed thousands of dollars worth of
the drugs destined to be smuggled in
An inexpensive and permanent sewer
tile trap for cottontail rabbits, which
lias proved very effective in Kansas, is
described in Farmers' ulletin 702, "Cot
tontail Rabbits in Relation to Trees and
Farm Crops." Details of this trap were
supplied by Mr. J. M. Wnlmsloy, who
has used it successfully on his anil othei
farms in that -flute, to make the trap,
proceed as follows:
Set a 12 by ti inch'"tee" sewer tile
with the long end downward, and bury
it. so that the (i-inch opening at the
side is below the 'surface of the ground.
Connect two lengths of C inch sewer
pipe horizontally with the side-opening.
Mecond grade or even broken tile will
do. Cover the joints with soil so as
to exclude light. Provide a tight re
movable cover, such as nn old harrow
disk, for the top of the large tile. The
projecting end of the small tile is then
surrounded with rocks, brush, or woodo.
so as to make the hole look inviting to
rabbits and encourage them to frequent
the den. Rabbits, of course, nre free
to go in or out. of these dens, which
should be constructed in promising spots
on the farm nnd in the orchard. A.
trained dog will locate inhabited dens.
The outlet is closed with a disk of wood
on a stake, or the dog guards the open
ing. The cover is lifted and the rab
bits captured by hand.
These traps are especially suitable for
open lands nnd prairies, where rabbits
can not find natural hiding places. They
are permanent and cost nothing for re
pairs from year to year. If it is desired
to poison rabbits, the baits may be
placed inside these traps, out of the
way of domesti,- animals or birds. This
trap also furnishes nn excellent means
of obtaining rabbits for the table, or
even for market.
Try Capital Journal Want Ads.
New York. Feb, 1. Joe Uiver, the
Mexican lichtweieht. will meet Billy
I j Leonard hero Friday night in a 10-
I uuilll L,,U 1 117,
NO FALSE- PRIDE
Willis. Bumn i. a t.-,1 im, I bI...
, lutolv no false pride about him.
I Oillis. That's right. On a windy
j day he always chases his hat before
chasing his toupee. Judge,
The Oregon Wholesale and
Retail Hide and Junk Co.
Phone, 3!f; Res. rhone, 1737-W.
llns moved from their former location,
4.10 Court street, to 197 South Com
mercial. (The old stand of the Lawr
ence Grocery, corner Ferry and Com
mercial streets and are open for busi-
jness at that place. Highest prices pjiid
for hides, wool, copper, brass, iron, etc.
Before selling elsewhere, consult Us for
j prices. D. Samuel, proprietor.
Team Owners Smile This Year
While Players Take Soup
Instead of Steak
New York, Feb. 1. While the Giants
and other institutions of great wealth
nre paying Christinas Tree prices for
stars of the Into lameuted Federal
League, there is weeping and wailing
anil gnashing of teeth among the great
majority of ball players at tho prospect
of having to stand for n few conces
ions to His Majesty the Clubowner in
Especially in tho training season may
the average ball player be hit where he
feels it most in the latitude of the hip
where he keeps his greenware. A few
lucky stars hold to rosy prospects for
another year or two by reason of long
term contracts made when the Feds'
seemed determined to spend all the
money in the world.
It's hard to figure how they can be
hit by tho changed conditions unless
the clubowners choose to fly in the
face of the Supremo Court tho law and
tho silk-hatted fraternity appertaining
to the same. But of the unlucky nth
letes who found themselves caught
without the protection of binding
whereas they're telling another story as
the tune to go South draws near.
The lads whose chief concern
spring is the pretty tintinabulation of
the dinner bell may fight shy of the
dining room on the conditioning-tour
this year. At the rate of 25 cents for
soup and 1.2.1 i'or steak they may ot
be as hungry in the spring of 191G as in
the dsivs of the baseball war.
Then the magnates wero smiling
through their tears nnd staading for
nearly anything to keep tho Blaves in
line. Xow with the magnates on terms
of extreme friendliness there's string
ency or the oui purse srrings wnicn iooks
portent ious tor the spring-tune gam
Owners Have Innings.
It was a matter of jest in last year's
training tours that the players were
rubbing it in on their obedient owners.
Expenses meant little to them; the
clubowners had n lut of 'em and the
more they paid the more they seemed
Training bills ran into thousands nnd
the spring games brought only a few
p.iltry sheckles, scarcely enough to buy
liniment for winter-softened hurlings
w ings. And the start of the league sea
son found the clubowners niaccd for a
right respectable roll.
No one has announced it yet; maybe
no one will, but persons in the know of
baseball don't believe for a minute the
inngnutes will be tossing away railroad
fare, hotel expenses ami other coin this
year just to hear it jingle along the
Maybe a w hole crowd of athletes will
have, to pay the conductor for tho ride
from their respective homes to their
equally respective rendezvous. Maybe
they will have to go through certain
financial formalities with the hotel man
this year which were attended to in
l!l." by the club tseusurers and maybe,
while the game of supposin' is strong,
maybe some of the players will find the
price, of their own uniforms deducted
from the first semi-monthly pay-check.
Hall players winked at their financial
mill gastronomic strategy oa the road in
other years. They dropped off at way
stations and stayed the pangs of hunger
with lunch counter sandwiches, though
they were allowed liberally for dining
car meals nt dining car prices. It was
a form of graft and with some athletes
amounted to quite a sum in the course
of the season.
PHONE 937 For wood saw.
ONE MULE FOR SALE T. Lovre, K.
R. No. 7. Feb7
WANTED Beef citlle and veaL
Phone 1425-M. Feb 2fl(
LOST Ludies gold watch. Phone
New York boxing enthusiasts worked
themselves into a heated state of mind
during the recent agitation to allow
decisions in ten round bouts. Tho op
ponents of the plan advanced several
objections, chief among them being the
game was doing pretty well, thank you,
under existing conditions. The logic of
the situation however, was expressed
by one authority who cited the case of
the fighter and the boxer appearing in
a short bout.
"Suppose a rough, tough, durable
fighting person were champion," said
this fight expert. "That typo of man
has to go ten rounds nnd havo his map
altered quite a bit to get this fighting
instinct aroused. Ho is beaten badly as
a rule for tho first ten rounds of his
fight with a clever boxer but on the
other hand, the boxer frequently weak
ens under his own exertion nnd suc
cumbs to a knockout in a finish fight.
Would you havo a fighter lose his cham
pionship on his showing in ten rounds
under those conditions!
"It's all wrong, Fred Wenck; entire
Entangled In the Law
W. E. Brown, who sjpnt several
months in Salem last summer- claiming
to be a private detective, hns been ar
rested in Auburn, Cal., according to a
clipping from a Sacramento paper re
ceived in this city today. Brown is
charged with non-support of his wife
nnd family at Los Angeles and says in
his defense that another wife and fam
ily at Colfax, Cal., were sick and took
nil of his money and tfmt two families
are too many for ono man to support.
Brown's father-in-law, is a Salem resi
dent ami says thnt he did not know
until he received the pipping that
Brow n hnd another wife.
Brown wns entangled with the fed
eral authorities at Roseburg a short
time ngo on a charge of impersonating
a federal officer but escaped prosecu
tion. Try Capital Journal Want Ads.
WANTED TOMORROW Two large
teams to haul wood. $4.00 for 8 hours.
Must be nt Me Nary station at 8 a. m.
Phone Cii Fcbl
A PEDKiREEO Airedale terrier for
sale, cheap. Phone 701. FcbJ
SECOND GROWTH Flfi WOOD
$3.50 per cord. Phone 224'J. U
OAK, ash, old fir, second growth, cord
wood. Phone 1322J. Feb7
WOMAN v"",L DO SEWINO For l
a day. fyone 003. kh'i
MIDDLE AGED LADY Wishes house
keeping, llione b!2M. k'eb'3
WANTED Furnisii'd hou.le, address
W. M. M.j care of Journal. Feb!
SMALL PIUS FOR SALE
53F22. J. M. Coburn.
(JOOI) CiliADED FRESH COW For
sale. OHkeuy Farm, Rickrcall. F'ebS
FOR RENT Furnished rooms. In
quire 210 S. 11th. Phono 20D2.K.
FURNISHED APARTMENTS $5.00
to $15.00. 491 North Cottage. tf
FOR RENT Rooms, furnished or un
furnished, close in. Phone 20U3M. tf
FOR RENT Furnished apartments.
Inquire 210 S. 14th. Phono 2092R.
RATLIFF HOUSE Fresh rooms,
home cooking. (ioO N. Winter, lfiono
FOli KENT A modern sleeping room,
with outside entrance. 2."0 South Cot
WANTED Good work horse, not ex
ceed 12 years, must be cheap, ("are
Journal, R. Febl
MAN WANTED To occupy furnish
ed room, with i;se of kitchen. 2.r.0 S.
FOR SALE Cheap, two typewriters,
Underwood and Remington. 123i)
Center street. Febl
I WISH TO LOAN .flUnoOii Port
land property, A-1 security. Address
"Con" care Journal. Febl
ABSOLUTELY PURE MAPLE
SYRUP From New York, $1.G0
per gallon it Damon's. Feb 22
TICKET SELLERS WANTED At
commercial club Wednesday, 9. a. m.
TO TRADE Buggy horse, to trade for
cow, or chickens, or will sell cneap.
Phone 77F13. Feb3
FOR SALE 15 acres bottom Und,
south of Marion. Mrs. E. Tnomas,
Marion, Oregon. April L
FOR SALE Extra fine Jersey cow,
, just fresh, with heifer calf, also
choice oat straw. Phone 7F23. Fcb,'5
FOR SALE Two pure blood Rhudiv Is
land White cockrels. Inquire (.'. B.
Stone, It. F. D. No. 0, Salem. Febl
WANTED Experienced lady agents
to take orders lor specialty for wom
en. Inquire Room 3US Hubbard Bldg.
MARRIED MAN WANTS POSITION
on farm, cm furnish reference. A.
C. Simonds, R, R. No. 2, Salem, Ore.
CLEAN Airy, furnished front room in.
modern bungalow, private home,
price reasonable, breakfast if desired.
Phone 109. Febl
FOB KENT Housekeeping rooms in
large suites from $H to $8 per month.
Why pay morel CiU at 313 1-2 North
FOR SALE About 35 head of pure
bred Wuite Leghorn pullets. Price
75 cents each. B. K. Cook. R. V. l.
No. 4, Salem. Febl
NOTICE J. C. O'Keiley and W. L.
Baker, of the Modem Shoe Repair
company hive dissolved partnership.
Signed. W. L. Baker.
FOR RENT Store, 21x165 feet, elec
tric lights and steam heat. See Watt
Shipp Co., 219 North Commercial
street. Phone 363. tf
WANTED By an invalid, a woman
who wants a quiet home, light woric
and will take smull wages. 290 S.
21st, corner Trade. Febl
FOR RENT Seven room house, close
in; gas, bath, hot ami cold water. 340)
Union street, between Commercial &
Liberty street. Phone 580M. Febl
WILL ACCEPT good second hand auto
as first payment on a nice none at
Quinaby. Ford preferred. J. C. Mc
Farlane, Salem, Route No. 8. Febl
WANTED Plain sewing, children's
clothes a specialty, ilso making over
clothing, prices reasonable. 1298 S.
13th street. Mrs. J. F. Harris. FebS
THE COTTAGT Furnished house
keeping rooms. Front rooms. Fur
nished to suit taste. Reasonable
prices. Foot of Court street. Febl
WANTED Information of Iv Louir
Thomas Gorden, last heard from
Salem, Oregon, general delivery. No
tify J. W. Thomas, Sclma, Calif,
Box 393. Fb
FOR RENT Housekeeping rooms, one
two room suite, one three room suite,
very reasonable, close in, three
blocks from city hall. 446 Union St.
Phone 580M. Febl
FOR SALE A few Rhodo Island
White Cockrels. Kggs $1.50 nnd $2.0fl
for 15. Booking orders to snip later.
State when. .las. Oliusteid, McMinn
ville, Oregon. Marl
EXCHANGE Several used men's
snits, 36 to 40; phonograph, Oxyton
or, violin, automobile accessories, for
chickens. Gobi watch, for dental
work. Address T, 14S Union street.