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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, MAY 23, 1916.
TVE GOT W EYE ON YOU
I KNOW JUST WHAT' YOU, ARE feOlNGTTO SAV;
YOU THINK I' WON.! THE GAME. DON'T YOU?
YOU'RE WRONG! V SniLlflG BECAUSE THISJS.A
Would Amend Liquor
Law So As To Permit
Manufacture of Beer
dustry committee,' 'and prop'. km to
An amendment to the prohibition , "abolish the present unjust di ic-uuiuu-amendment
to allow tlie manufacture of ' tion against home niniiut'ucti'rc of a
Motor oil made from asphalt-base
crude gives best
lubrication with least car
bon. Such is the testimony oi
motorists and experts alike. As
Lieut. Bryan, U.S.N.-, puts it: "Oils
made from the asphalt-base crudes
have shown themselves to be much
better adapted to motor cylinders,
as far as their carbon-forming pro
clivities are concerned, than are
paraffine-base Pennsylvania oils."
Zerolene is scientifically refined
from selected California crude
asphalt-base not only made from
the right crude but made right. Dealers
everywhere and at service stations and
agencies of the Standard Oil Company.
th Standard Oilforflotor Cars
em s ilandy Eepair bmde
The Capital Journal
'Cavi t!io pleres of your broken
castings or mncliiiiery part) and
we will lave you money.
And we'll nave you the time
you might wasto uniting for a
Oxy -acetylene welding make
tli 8 broken part good as new.
Estimates cheerfully furnished.
VICE BROTHERS GARAGE,
200 N. Illgli Sulero, Oregon
Springs Made and
Weldiiiff and brazing of all kind
all kinds of Auto Repairing
and painting all work guaran
teed. R. J. Ilerschbach
229 St.na St. Silwa, Ore.
u light beer in tii o state of Oregon is
proposed in mi initiative potitio i a copy
of which was filcil at tli e office f the
secretary of Htate this morning. The
committee behind the movement is rtill
I oil the " Equal Rights fur Home In-
in Time Sa'ves Nine"
Guarantees the Following Firms Reliability
Shos Repairing while
YE BOOT SHOP
325 STATE ST.
Capital Journal Advertising
will repair, buy or soli any.
thing. Recover the Kut or
restore fuuud article.
1 1 t;li t beer, etc."
The proposed amendment roa ! "To
amend section 30 of article 1 of the
Constitution of Oregon, so ns to permit
i the manufacture of a light beer in the
I state of Oregon for export, also 'for
jsale within the stale under suck restric
j turns and regulations ih may be provid
ed by law or in the same quantly ns
now allowed to beer uindo ouisiiio of
Tlie eoniinitleo is composed ".f the
I following: C. H. S. Wood, 0. T. linns,
A. 1.. Mills, Theo. H. Wilcox, William
t). Wheelwright, 10. T,. Corbet', .los.
Simon, William .Mellow, Josephine
llirsch, William Ilanle.v, Ben Soiling,
Charles V. Herg, A, F. Adann, Jonah
It. Wise, S. Hcnson, K. K. Convert, ,1,
H. Yem, d. C. Aiiisworth, W. S. ll'lten
and Eugene Smith.
Choice of Marion
'iaily every Democratic vote that
was inst iu Marion county nt the pri
mary election carried one mark for
Woodrow Wilson and n total of 1028
voles was received by the, president
for n second term. For vice president.
Ulnjor received and Miuhsull 823.
lieu W. Olcott received 21i votes for
secretary of state nnd (ioorgo C.
l'.lnkely, of The Dalles, received 200 ac
cording to the unofficial returns.
The legislative ticket ns ndopted at
the meeting of the Marion eounty demo
crnlc was noinlnateil nnd bears the
iinines, Mrs. 1 hit tie Cameron, Mrs. W.
A. Chaplin, Marion rainier, V. 11. Egan
and Frank Ward.
For district allorney Grant Corby
received 122 and Max Gclilhar was sec
ond with SS, For delegates to the na
tional convention, stale nt large, the
vote was as follows: Armitngo 70!,
Dennett 7H0, Crawford ti"it), llollister
.'IS, Morgan lit, Morrow 330, O'lieilly
21.", Toinlinson 230. .From First dift
trict Jackson S00, Pnddant .l.'il,
Get the, drift of the world's doing
by reading Tho Capital Journal.
Iver Johnson and Excelsior
nicyelesj Impairing; Accessories;
Tires; Oils; Motor Overhauling
Morse & Ramsdea
Phone 1C87 221 S. High St.
Modern Shoe Repair Co.
Under New Management
474 Court Street
Fine Shoe Repairing
J. W. KAY and J. M. EMERICK
Trying Out Paces for Friday
and Saturday-Notes About
Cambridge, Mass., May 23. Pacific
coast stars tried out their paces in
Harvard stadium today, getting ready
for track and field meet Friday and
Saturday of the Intercollegiate asso
ciation of Amateur Athletes of Amer
ica. Every big college in the east has
teams entered, and much interest is
centered in the men who have come
:'J)00 miles from the western edgo of
th continent to compete.
Wilson, Sehnell, Lynn .lad Aupperle
of Lelanil Stanford University wero on
tiie cinders in the morning, spieling
off distances up to 800 yards in crack
ing good time, according to rail bird
oliservers. Wilson Is regarded as a
likely possibility in the mile.
Eastern critics looked on with eon
siderable curiosity when Murray, Nor
ton and House worked out ia the hiir-
Jle events. Much has been heard here
of tlie-ie Stanford hurdle.1 and a good
le.il is expected of them in the big
meet, himpsim of Missouri may prob
ably finish abend of Murray in the
high sticks, but there is hardly any
body in the meet, dopesters think, who
can beat House in tho low barriers, if
he competes, lie is a freshman at
The University of California team
will also work out this afternoon.
Sisson, Another' Standfnrite, prae
tieed .jumping today. Captain Murray
of Stanford attracted the most com
ment however, his form and style in
the hurdles being the prettiest seen
at the stadium for many a day.
Big Bout In Portland
Portland, Or., May 211. Walter Mil
ler, middleweight wrestling champion
of the world, will meet Eddie O'Con-
nell, wrestling instructor of the Mult
nomah club, in J. finish bout hero to
Thev will weigh in' nt MS pounds.
Miller defeated O'Connell two months
ago at catch weights. Tho champion
then outweighed his opponent about
eight pounds, liuf more than one hour
was required for the first fall.
brants Pass Boy Wanted
Portland, Or., May 23. Kenneth
Williams, the Giants Pass phenom,
m.iy the outfield for the
Portland coast league club. A deal
was renorted today bv which
McCredie will trade Pitcher Oscar Hnr
slad to Spokane for Williams, who has
been hitting the ball hard in the north
McCredie, it was learned, h.s asked
Hill Kodgers. who was released ' to
I'ortland bv Cincinnati, about William"
ltodwrs and Williams were teammates
at Cincinnati. .
Another change in the Portland was
made eertiin by the 'Announcement
that the Cleveland Americans have re
leased Pitcher Hip ilageiinan to the
Walter Johnson's Value
Washington, May 23. Discussing ru
mors that the Cleveland American
league club wants to purchase Walter
.loiinsou, Clark Griffith, manager of
Washini'lon said todav that he would
be glad to sell the big pitcher for the
United States treasury, engiavin:
plant plant .
KevMinee, 111., May 23. Hilly Pipke
is out ai!.'in. flic one time middle
weight champion wi nt i'lto training
Billy Papke is mi! again. The one
time middleweight champion went into
1 ra in in u for .i ton" round boot with
John Howard which will take place
in New York June 1.
Western Golf Chamnionship
Del Monte, Cal., Map 23. The pro
L'rani for the Western Golf champion
ship tournament to be played here in
.1 ill v was made public here tod.iy.
On July 17, the opening dav of (lie
tournament the first IS hides of the
ciualil'viniT round will be nlaved. The
61 plavers returning Ihe lowest cards
will continue in the second half of the
onalifving round the next dav. nnd
lie 32 lowest laver will nunlify for
the clminpionsliip fli"ht. Duriii't the
remainder nf tlie week t'-e match rdnv
rounds will be pbn'ed, with the funis,
"ill holes, 'on .Inly 22.
Santel to Meet Freburg
Sun Fvnrcisco, May 23. Al Santel
will meet John I'leburg of the mat
here tonight in a best two out of
three falls match. Santel is expected
to have a rather easy time.
Seals Will ot Get Dalton
Snu Faancisco, Mav 23. Curses
you .lack- Palton!
This ia what Manager Wolverton of
the Seals said to himself today when
he read 'dispatches fioin Detroit suit
ing that '.lack Ibilwn, utility outfield
er of the Detroit Tiger hsd" refused to
be transferred to the Seals when Own
er Naviij ordered him to report to the
co ist league. Dalton is peeved, de
claring lie didn't get a fair trial with
the Tigers and demands his uncondi
While ;the nights have been ratheT
chillv, the government thermometer
does not. suggest anything about free
mi; wrath"--1, as the noblest for early
Monday morning was II degrees above,
and the coldest last iiilit. 41 above.
The river is the same n yesterday.
1.5 .iboye low water mark.' n.l the
rainfall for the 2t hours preceding S
o'clock this morning was .10 of an
Try Capital Journal Want Ada,
t Watching the Scoreboard
Pacific Coast League Standings.
W. L. Pet.
Vernon 27 17 .622
San Francisco 26 21 .553
Los Angeles 22 21 .512
Portland 16 19 .457
Salt Lake 18 22 .450
Oakland l; 29 .390
No games, traveling day.
Portlnnd vs. Vernon, at I.os Angeles.
Snu Francisco vs. Salt Lake, at Salt
Los Angeles vbs. Oakland, at Oak
land. STANDINGS OF THE TEAMS
New York 13
St. Louis I t
New York It
St. Louis 12
Hendrix had to do too much work on
bases for the Cubs. He wearied nnd
aided by Cub boots, Philadelphia won,
5 to 3.
Collins contributed a home run to the
Braves' triumph over St. Louis, 8 to 0.
Although the Highlanders whaled oh
Eddio Plank out of the box, St. Louis
had too big a lead to overcome in nine
frames and New York lost, 9 to 5.
Harper, of Washington, boosted his
club into first place by permitting only
four hits and fanning seven. Only 29
White Sox faced him.
Walker and Janvrin came through
with timely hits in the ninth and the
Red Sox beat Detroit, 2 to 1.
The Athletics had a good start and
even better finish, hitting the horsehido
freely in the 'first and eighth frames
to the discomfiture of Cleveland. Tune,
10 to 8.
Graney and Roth of the losers, got
homers and Walsh of the Athletics, was
also on the job witlnu four sucker.
Prof. J. O. Hall, of the sociology de
partment, is much in demand ns a lec
turer: his date-book shows that he will
not be able to begin his "acntion until
tome time in July for un lo then he has
dctes to appear as chautauqua speaker
and to deliver a number of baccala
Last Wednesday Prof. Hull lectured
for almost two hours to a large crowd
at tho Masonic Templo in Portland.
The occasion was the national inde
pendence, day of Norway. Senator Al
bert Cummins was to have spoken but
his voice failed him nnd Dr. Hall w;.s
secured to address the meeting.
- On May 2S he will deliver the bncea
leercate sermon nt Chemawa graduat
ing exercises. .Tune 4 is the date et
for the farewell Y. M.-Y. W. C..A.
meeting and Dr. Hall will deliver an
address to the two combined associa
tions. June 11, his sirvices will be
employed to give the buccnlaurente ser
mon to the Astoria graduating class.
The Epworth League Institute which
will bo in session in Salem early in
July will have Dr. Hall as on? of theit
prominent speakers. Ho will appear for
an address each evci.ing during the ces
sion. Tn the latter part, of June ?V. Hall
'i!l spend two w eks holding "peei.!
services for four churches in Port'.ind.
The chautauqua at Ashland eili be
privileged to hear Dr. Pall every day.
He will be in Ashland at this tic to
enjoy the mineral springs hii'-'ving
they will help his rheumatism which
occasionally bothers him
'i he lecture course, which V will
di over in connection with churches and
societies during the suiiinie:1 will take
him to Taconut. Seattle, Spokane and
other cities in the Inland Enpire.
Willamette is very foitur.'ite in linv
ing such a talented nnd brond minded
public man on her faculty; His interests
in educntion nre those that embrace the
ones held by the ideal educator, name
ly, a many-sided interest.
A number of the students graduating
from Willnnmtte are plnniwig tv do
graduate work in Professor Hall's de
partment. Mr. Taul Irvine, who has been teach
ing nt Joseph, Oregon, for tli" past
year, is in Salem nt present. Mr Irvine!
graduated from Willamette ht June
pud since then has mnde fair iii ccess as
n teacher. He ha been elec'od (-. Inci
pal of the Joseph li'mh school for next
vear. He will spend a few veeks in
Salem before leaving for Ti.lamook.
where he will spend the sumuj- vaca
tion. Interest in track settles nbnii the
coining meet, which will be neld on
SwA'tlnnd field next Saturday, in which
the non conference colleges ot Oregon
I. nst year Manager Gary and Conch
Thompson instituted the idea of l olding
n non-conference meet in Salem yearly.
A silver loving cup wns offered "to tlie
college winning the meet, it was pro
vided however Hint the cup should be
won two yenrs in succession before per
manent possession was granted. Ta-
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TEAM WANTED Phone 152.
GIRL WANTED For housework, 1963
in. 4tn. may.o
WANTED Middle aged woman for
house work. Phone 6F3. may27
SNAP 12 acres close in for $100 per
acre, bee L. Iiechtel & Co. miy23
HOME COMFORT RANGE For sale
eheaji, in excellent condition, 2S7 S.
Winter street. may29
WANTED Place to tran gophers and
moles for 10c each ind board. Claude
Harris, 314 N. IS. iuay25
WANTED Girl for general house
work, must furnish references. Ad
dress S care Journal. mav24
WANTED Representative for house
hold specialties. Apply Wed. nfter
noon 157 S. Winter or phone 938-R.
MY HOME For rent or will lease
partly furnished if desired. Inquire
of .Mrs. llallie Hinges, 295 N. Sum
mcr, cor. Chemeket.i. tf
WANTED From private party, $1000
tnv.r years nt ( per cent, rn new,
modern Salem residence, value $4
100. Address W. s5. co. Journal. m25
cific university was tho wuiner last
vcar, and they arc planning t: win it
again this vear according to reports;
last Saturday's defeat, however, show
ed that they have small chanco to win
it from the strong team which Willam
ette has this year.
It is hoped the idea will result in the
purpose which it was intended 'o', nnd
a track meet in which the seven col
leges of non-conference rank will par
The Willamette baseball nine will
play their last game of the season nt
MoMinnville college Saturday, May
27. The McMinnvine team Is a good
one, not having lost a game thus far
this season, nnd they may trim tho
The nine have not had ns good suc
cess this year as had been expected
but this has been due to the feet that
the line-up has been changed so often
becauso of injuries nod some af the
men leaving school. On the vvholo. how
ever they have plavcd fuirlv ccns,tcnt
"Well I Should Say
'Gets-It' DOES Work"
"Look a'There, If You Don't Think
It's Juat Wonderful for Corns!"
"Bless my stars, look at it! Land of
the livin'l Why, just look at itl That
corn canio right, oft', just like peel
ing u.inanas. Jjra your linger on my
'Did Ton I'.vcr See tbe Like? No
Wondrr 'lirln-lt' la (he lllisuext
Selling Cora Cure iu tbe World!"
toe, right there, don't bo afraid,
that's it, feel how smooth tho skin isf
Well, that's where tho corn was. Well,
that bents all!" That's the way
"Ciets-H" works on all corns, every
corn, every time. . It 's the new, simple
way of curing corns. You'll snv cood-
jbye to all foolish contraptions like
bundling 'bandages, sticky tape, plas
ters, toe-eating salves, and grave-diggers
such as knives, razors and scis
sors. "Gets-It" stops pain. Applied
in 2 seconds. Never fails. Nothing to
stick to, hurt oi press on the corn.
'Uetslt'' is sold everywhere, 2."e c
bottle, or sent direct bv E. Lawrence
& Co., C'aieagi, 111.
216 N. Commercial 8t.
With a 4.50 Gasoline
LA1IP3, LANTERNS, MANTLES
Call and See Them
216 N. Com'l St N Salem, Ore.
HAEET Window cleaner, Pnone 708.
PHONE 937 For wood saw.
WHITE FIB WOOD choppers wanted.
Phone 80F1I. tf
FRONT APARTMENTS Ground floor
491 N. Cottage. tf
FOB BENT SIGNS For sale at Cap
ital Journal office. tf
GOOD Furnished house to rent. elos
in. Phone Main 4 or 47. tf
WANTED A house maid, for state
school for the deaf. Phone 640. m2A
WANTED A competent woman for
house work in couutry. Phone 21 F2.
WANTED Second hand 2500 gallon,
galvanized iron tank. D Cunning
FOB SALE CHEAP 7 II. P. gasoline-
cngino, with feed griudcr. Phone
FIRE Place your next insurance pol
icy with Ij. iSechtel & Co. if you want
KALE PLANTS For sale, loo pr
100. Milton Brown, Salem, Route
3, box 148. may24,
SUMMER RATE Fine room, good
meals, $4.50 per week. Phone 1156.t
1510 State St. may24
FURNISHED rooms and housekeeping
appartments, rates reasonable, close
in, 160 Court. tf
SEEIJ POTATOES Choice Bnrbank
and Gold Coin seed for sale. Mangis
Bros., 540 State St, may26
FOB RENT Furnished and unfurnish
ed rooms in Hubbard building. W.
H. Noma. Boom 304. tf
FOB RENT Flat closo in, furnished
or unfurnished. Phone 823-J, or call
at 252 North Cottage St. tf
WANTED 30 loganberry piekers te
sign up. Inquire Smith & McLean,
326 N. Com '1 St. Phone 443. tf
NINE ROOM DWELLING For rent,
desirable residence district, $20 per
month. Phone Carey F. Martin. m23
FOB RENT Small four room dwell
ing (not modern) in business dis
trict. Phone Carey F. Martin. may23
DON'T OVERLOOK That bargain in
that threshing nnd baling outfit.
John H. Scott, over the Chicago m23
FOB SALE 200 acres nt Lyle, Wash.,
will consider some trade on clear
property. August Ranch, Salem, Or.
FOB RENT Nice furnished room ia
lew house in private family, 3 bloek
from P. O. Inquire G-10 care Journ
FOB SALE 18 acres, good terms, 18
in crops ana fruit, fair buildings,
best soil. W. W. Lander, Salem R.
FOR SALE Good Jersey milk cow
giving 3 1-2 gallons of milk, a bar
gain. Phone 98F2. Walter Pcarmine,
H. 8. tf
BRICK MAKING MACHINE and
about fifty thnusind brick for sale
nt a bargain. United States National
EXPERIENCED WOMAN Will do
washing, ironing, housekeeping, cook
inff or serving bv dav or hour. Phone
FOR RENT Modern 5 room buncnlow
furnace and fire place. Inquire after
5 p. m. 1230 Center street or tele
phono 240. may24
rOR SALE 3 half truck Studeba&er
wagon. Will trade tor heavier wagon.
or Biumpage. zau ie.
FOR SALE CHEAP Grocery confec
tionary ana ciry goods store, good
location on 25th St. Phone 934-R. H.
C. O'Neil. may24
FOR SALE Oak rocker, oak foot
stool, oak library table, maple dress
er, at bireain prices. !Uiti Center or
phone 1013. may23
EXCHANGE Well improved 5 acre
iraci ior eastern land, CO acres on
Howell Prairie for eilv property, h.
Bechtcl & Co. ' may3
FOR RENT Business block room, size
xesxou ieei. 9Di Mate street. In
quire at 463 State. Thone, 1009.
Maurice Klinger. tf
TWO Good houses to trade for a farm
one modern, the other one has a good
bnrn on the lot. O. C Bolter, 2016
Trade St. Phone 220tj-W. may27
IOR SALE White Leghorn baby
chicks, about 30 eln.lts left it 8
cents. Will hatch more to order for
7.50 a 100. Call W. I!. Faker. Thone
STRAY Yearling- heifer came to my
place on Riverside Drive, owner can
have same by paying for damages
and advertising. D. L. Cummins. R. 3,
o 2'- .TonoPft
1 AM Taking orders for summer and
fall delivery of wood. I will give
lower price now than I will late in
the season. John II. Scott, phone 1553
After office hours. t22. june20
GARDEN LOND FOR RENT Twelr
acres eirden land on Minto'. Island
suitable for potatoes. Will rent to re
sponsible party. Must be worked
witain thirty days. Phone Ca-.v V
LE At bMsrain Prices, ona
Troy laundry mangle 90 inches, stom
helving, two teams and Shetland
pony, 2 double buggies, one single
buggy, n. Stcinboek, 302 N. Coml
Phou SOS. tf