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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 6, 1916.
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Rnono tidm of tidy rid tin
Your tupply of Princt Albert
awaiti your ehry nod at tho
noarwst iron that tellt to
bacco. Toppy rod bag; Set
tidy rod tin; 10c; pound and
half-pound tin humidor and
that f in cryttal-glatt pound
humidor with tpongo-moiit
nr top that hmopt tho to
bacco in tuch txcmlimnt condition.
You pay for
you buy P. A.
PRINCE ALBERT has
real value that pre
miums or coupons can't
produce quality! Pre
miums or coupons have
never been offered with
Prince Albert because we
know smokers prefer qual
ity! Neither national nor
state restrictions on the use
of premiums or coupons can in any way affect the sale of
Prince Albert! Men get what they pay for when they buy
the national joy smoke quality!
P. A. comes to you with a real reason for all the goodness
and satisfaction it offers! It is made by a patented process
that cuts out bite and parch! You smoke your fill with
out a comeback.
Flash-it-hot-off-the-reel, Prince Albert will let you cut
loose on that old jimmy pipe or a makin's cigarette like a
hungry fox after a chicken ! And you can beat it up and
down the path-of-smoke-pleasure so hard, so often with
so much enjoyment you'll feel sorry for pipesters and rollers
who haven't yet nailed a pew on the P. A. bandwagon!
Quick action introduction to Prince Albert isn't any harder
than just to walk into the nearest place that sells tobacco
and ask for a supply of P. A." You part company with
a little change, to be sure, but it's the cheerfullest
investment you ever made! For dividends -of-delight
Prince Albert backs clipping coupons square off the map!
Arrest of "Marquis" Gugli
elmi Expected to Produce
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R. J. Reynold Tobacco Co., Winston-Salem, N. C
Copyright 1916 by R. j. Reynold Tobacco Co.
IN PENNANT RACES
Boston Won 74, Lost 26, Per
centage .569; Detroit 75.57
I Percentage .568
By H. 0. Hamilton
(United Press staff correspondent)
New York, Sept. . Baseball funs
are beginning to wonder if two pIiiIm
which have played a very little part in
tho race of (he Americnn and National
lcugue this year are finnlly to step in
and be the real factors in determining
Uie outcome of tho flag hunt.
In Philudolpiiia Unlay - the Ronton
Hod Sox, champions a year ago in the
the American league, are due to clash
again with Connie Mack 'a depressed
Athletic. Yesterday the Mack men
took a fall out of the Red Sox and en-
.Ikied 1Wtt.lt fi. nronn
la New York the Giants and Dodgers
were to do battle in double bill. !
Kill Pnrrli.il.. ha. lnu. t .....
- -- . .... tvr nunjr un-i
than Wilbert Robinson, for in Detroit
hi two strongest contender, St. Louis
nd letroit, are to lock horn. In Chi
cago also the White Sox and Cleveland
Indian will no to the mat and one of
these clubs will stand the chance of
taking a death wallop,
i Boston and Philadelphia Natipnnl
are. having it out in Boston and to
day 's schedule calls for a double head
er, while Robbie 'h charges nnd the
(Hants arc doing the sumo stunt in
New York. One of these club is
bound to stick right on Robinson ' trail
and then Robinson must go to lloston
for the issue.
Should Detroit win from St. Louis
nnd Philadelphia take another victory
from Boston today, tiie standing would
lloston won 74: lost BO: percentage
Detroit won 73: lost 57; percentage
If the Braves succeed In downing
the Phillies in both games today while
tho (limits and Dodgers break even,
they will lend the National league race
by half a game.
t Watching the Scoreboard
STANDING or THE TEAMS
V. I.. Tct.
Vernon 89 04 .582
I.os Angeles 8:1 0.1 .Slit)
San Francisco 77 75 .507
Salt Lake 7.1 71 .507
Portland 05 7.1 .471
Oakland 57 98 .309
Testerday 'i Results.
At Ooklnnd, 5; Salt Lake, 13.
.No other game scheduled.
Sun Frnnciscn at Portland.
Suit Lake at Oakland.
Vernon I.os Angeles series starts tomorrow.
Dunlap Golf Balls Win Big
Using a Dutdop No. 29, James Barnes iron the North and South
Championship, the Nw York Newspaper Opeu Tournament, cam
second In Metropolitan Open Champlousliips and tMrd In American
National Open Championships.
Try No. 20 aud 31. For sal by golf professionals. Nine dollars
par doaen, eyeuty-flva cents each.
The Dunlap Rubber Co., Ltd.
BiruLughain, England ,
W. L. Pet.
Brooklyn 73 4!) .599
Philadelphia 7:1 4!) .r.i9
Boston 71 49 .5i2
New York 58 fil .488
Pittsburg 58 07 .404
Chicago 5!t 71 .454
St. Louis 50 73 .434
Cincinnati 51 80 389
W. L. Pet.
Boston 74 50 .574
Detroit s 74 57 .505
Chicago 72 58 .554
St. Louis (10 02 .520
New York 08 02 .523
Cleveland 0a 03 .510
Washington 05 03.. 508
Philadelphia 29 .09 .227
Oaks played suud lot ball and failed
to support Crandnll, Burns, Kinney,
Reppy and Boyd, all of whom were used
against the Bees.
Kvery man on the Salt Lake club got
a hit or two except the battery boys.
Ralph aud Brief made three runs' each.
Bud Rvnn crnt two double fln.1 n a!n.
gle out of five times at bat.
Yesterday's big league hero was WnV
ter .Tohasou. The speed king held the
Yanks to two hits and no runs and slnm
bed a tremendous hit to left field for a
homer, one of his team's two,. tallies.
There was one .bit of consolation for
Bill Donovan. Nick Cullop proved a
return to form hf pitching well enough
to win against any kind of burling ex
cept Johnston's Tuesday brand.
Elmer Knetzer, former Federal, al
lowed only four nicasley hits to the
Cuba nnd Plillliltk. lli.n.lriv nnntlt.li
mer Federal, fell In the dust.
The dashing Braves bit a snag when
they tackled Grovot Alexander and
dashed into third place from second.
Demaree's fine work in the second
game enabled the Phillies to go into a
tio for first place.
Jack Coombs rescued the Dodgers
when he hurled them to a victory over
The Red Sox got the jolt of their
champion lives wljen the Athletics romp
ed over them in tho first game of a
Aviator Fatally Hurt
by 300 Foot Fall
Buffalo, N. Y. Sept. 0. Major V. K.
Campbell, British arm instructor at the
Curtiss aviation school here, was fa
tally injured and Theodore De Kruijesg,
a Harvard university student of Free
port, N Y.. was hurt when their bi
jdane fell .100 feet today.
Campbell suffered a fractured skull,
a broken right leg and broken ankle.
De Kruijess' escape from serious in
jury is considered miraculous.
Killed Boxing Game
Colorado Springs, Colo., Sept. 6.
Gloom nnd pessimism have repluced the
air of enthusiasm over boxing that hns
prevailed for weeks in Colorado Spriags
and today the belief is general that
this city has seen the last boxing match
for some years. The collapse of a sec
tion of the arena nnd the injury of
scores of spectators, combined with the
demonstration of dissatisfied fight fans
has turned the residents against the
The total receipts to the club from
the Welsh-White bout were 430,71. Of
this sum Welsh received 1115,309. His
guarantee was 12,500 and 1000 ex
penses. The remainder he received was
his 50 per cent split In receipts over
$27,000. White received $4,000.
Church Has No Use for
Former Pastor Aked
Sun Frnuc.isco, Sept. (1. Dr. Chnrles
F. Aked is not wanted again as pastor
of the First Congregational church, even
at a reduced salary. This was a settled
fact today following a meeting of the
congregation, which ends a stormy ses
sion without choosing a pastor. Rev.
H. S. Bradley, of Worcester, Mass., de
clined the call extended him, owing to
the Aked trouble.
Those opposed to Dr. Aked declared
that he is no pastor, that he gave too
much attention to outside matters and
was not effective in work within his
congregation. They also alleged that the
day after he received Henry Ford's in
vitation to help get "the boys out of
the thenches before Christmas" he left
his pulpit, despite the objection of the
NO MORE OLD WALTZES
Now York, Sept. 0. The old fashion
ed waltz again t Pooh, pooh, it will
never again come into favor, this
dreamy old cadence of romantic feet,
say members of the American Society
of Professors of Dancing, in convention
Out of the bloody trenches of Eu
rope has come the military Influence.
Military steps and Hawaiian wiggles
will be predominating' influences In
this winter's dances, the conventioners
I S sts. eeh, far 0 otv
f lUeTT 1E-VJOOV frco INC. .
New York, Sept. C New York's
white slave investigation with its stor
ies of wrecks of young women held in
virtual bondage, was pointing nearer
today to probable entanglement of at
lenst one olice officer in alleged brib
ery and extortion through which the
system has been kept alive, according
to evidence in the hands of District
Spreading from the streets the white
slavo ring reached into the circles of
"climbers" of near society folk, the
latest revelations Indicate. There,
through blackmail, the plotters endeav
ored to collect tribute after women
furnished by the ring, participated in
orgies of the "new rich."
As District Attorney Swann press
ed his investigation of revelations
which arc declared to have followed
the arrest of Rodolfo Guglielmi, self
styled "marquis", new developments
that may lead to further arrests and
possible charges against police were
expected at the prosecutorJs office.
Guglielmi was' formerly the dancing
partner of .loan Sawyer, a Broadway
favorite. He was arrested in the apart
ment of Mrs. Georgia Tliym.
Much valuable information is ex
pected to come from the dancer nnd
San Francisco Man
Is Charged with Fraud
By Oregon Farmers
Operating on a big scale before he
was caught and securing deeds to a
number of vnlunble farms In the upper
Willamette valley by trading land in
Texas which it is alleged he did not
own, F. G. Mathison, of San Francisco,
is now under arrest at Oakland, Cal
and will be brought to Eugene for trial,
Ho was arrested Sunday.
A complaint against Mnthisoa was
sworn to by A. H. Bossen, who traded
a good ranch of 297 acres on Camp
creek in this county valued nt $10,000
for a tract of land in Texas which
Mnthison clnimed to own. Mnrvia
Martin, of Brownsville, Linn county,
is naother victim. He traded 300 acres
of land in Linn county,' also valued at
about 10.000. for n tract of the Texas
land. From Bossen, Mathison secured
$000 worth of personal property which
he sold at once and he litis already dis
posed of the Brownsville farm. Aside
from obtaining Martin's farm lie was
given a note for $2,800 by Martia. that
amount representing the alleged differ
ence in tho value of the two proper
ties in the deal.
Bank Gives Tip.
District Attorney J. M. Dover, who
has been working on the case for a
long time, said yesterday that Matlii
son was also about to close a deal with
S. S. Johns, a capitalist of Myrtle
Creek, Douglas county, for the transfer
of lnnd owned by Air. Johns and valued
at $14,000. Air. Johns wired to a bank
in Texas near where the land he was to
trade for is located, asking as to its
value, und the bnuk wired buck that
the laud is ail right but advised Air.
Johns to look out for the title. He
began to investigate and discovered
that he was about to be defrauded out
of his land.
District Attorney Devers says that
Mathison in each instance gave the
owner of the laad for which he traded
a fake abstract aud the nume of the
company on the papers was proved to a
uiyth. No such firm ever existed, he
says. Several men whose names ap
peared in. abstracts to these Texas
lands are said to have beeo arrested
by the federal authorities for land
frauds nnd one man whose name ap
pears was indicted nnd afterward died.
Land is Part of Grant.
The land in Texas, it is learned, is
owned by Mrs. AI. H. King, said to be
very wealthy. The land is a part of
an early grant, conveyed by tho state
of Texas to Mrs. King's husband, Cap
toiu Richard King, who is now dead.
The big ranch is conducted by Mrs.
King's son-in-law, Robert J. Kleberg.
Mr. Kleberg has written that he knows
nothing of Mathison. The ranch is in
Kleberg county near the town of Kings
D. A. Elkins, deputy sheriff, will go
to Oakland to bring Mathison here for
trial. He will leave as soon as the
requisition papers are received from
Governor Withycombe. Eugene Regis-
Senate Takes Up Owen
Corrupt Practices Act
Washington, Sept. 6. The senate to
day voted to take up the Owen Corrupt
Practices act. The vote was 32 to 14.
The debate on the bill began immedi
ately. Vnless a filibuster develops, the
measure, even in the opinion of those
who voted against taking it up, was
expected to pas within a few hours.
Nine republicans voted with 23 dem
ocrats to tuke up the bill. It is de
signed to prevent "the purchase of
elective offices of the government."
A DOWS FLAT INCIDENT
San Francisco, Sept. 6 An agreement
to dig a well until water is struck does
not make the owner of the property lia
ble if, instead of striking water, the
excavation encounters silver. This was
settled today by the dismissul of a suit
brought aguiust Lily Langtry, actress,
to collect money alleged due Nevada
men who dug a well on property be
longing to her. The discovery of the
silver caused miner to file claims on
all the land, and the actress said she
agreed to pay only if water was struck,
a for a time, she considered cultivat
ing the tract involved in the suit.
Wireless telephones are being used
successfully in an English coal mine.
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Minimum charge, 13c.
PHONE 937 For wood saw.
HAY BALING Done by Contract. Call
. 47F25. sept9
TRESPASS Notices for sale at Jour
nal office. ti
FOR SALE Cheap, one good canoe.
Phone 69F13. sept6
FOR RENT 40 acres well improved.
Phono 02F14. scpt7
FOR SALE CHEAP A ' large young
male calf. Phone 45F14. sept?
WANTED Family for prune picking
and dryer men. rhone 12F5. BcptS
RUBBER Stamps made 165 8. Coml
TRE8PASS NOTICES FOB SALE as
FOB RENT SIGNS For eale at Cap
ital Journal office. , tf
FURNITURE For sale, house for rent
call 536 N. Summer. ' sept7
FOB SALE Or trade for wood, gato
- line engine. Phone 451. tf
GIRLS WANTED Steady employment
apply Capital City Laundry. sept
WANTED Middle aged woman .'for
general house work, Phone 49F4. sS
FURNISHED Apartments, also barn
suitable for garage. 491 N. Cottage.
WANTED Lady solicitors to work is
Salem. Apply at 770 So. Commercial
FOE SALE A dandy bug body c for
xuru car ai xioi ss. uom. St. phone
. 2365. Vn7
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FOR RENT Furnished housekeeping
rooms. 094 JN. Com j. Phone 24.4W.
EXPHRIENCED DAIRYMAN Want
ed. Phone 752, or call 827 8. t'om'l
WANTED Cure of invalid by young
lady with experience. Phone 1041,
or call at Cottle Apts. scptO
FOR SALE Bay mare 0 years old,
fine driver, price $80.00. Phone be
tween 6 and 9 a. m. 20F22. sept!3
FOR SALE Good, fresh milk cow nnd
young stock, and beef stock; also
some work horses. Phone 84F2. sept8
25 HOP PICKERS Wanted for Hol
ninn & Williams big yard" at Eola,
fine hops, good picking. Phone 8F2.
LOST Oil tho Wheatland-Salem road,
a pack containing bedding and camp
ing outfit, reward for return to Jour
nal office. sept8
FOR RENT 7 room house, gas, elec
tric lights, some furniture, two
blocks from high scSooI. Call 745 N.
Church St. O. A. Wood. septS
BARTLET PEARS And Grnvenfttein
apples for sale 50 cents per bushel.
Bring boxes. First house north of
1) St. on Park St. P. E. Symes. septli
WANTED Position ns housekeeper
for widower or batchelor by young
widow 25, where she can take her 2
children boy 0, girl (1. Phono 1041,
or call Cottle Apts. sept7
FOR SALE Combination range, kitch
en cabinet, refrigerator. 3 tables. 3
lnuhoguny chairs, porch seat, rlothesJ
dryer, beds, kitchen uteasils, o3tl N.
Summer St. Phone 1399. septO
(Continned From Page One.)
council has no authority in the matter.
The oaly way in which the citv can
proceed against a property owner is to
declare the weeds a nuisance, nnd this
W a rather difficult operation." The
motion was carried.
Paving and Sidewalks
An ordinnnce permitting the Port-laud-
Eugene & Eastern railwny to put
in an industrial spur track on Front
street was gi,ven its first reading, fol
lowed by a motion that the matter be
referred to the street committee, which
The August pay roll for the street
department, amounting to $904.14, was
The street department was authoriz
ed to buy 15 tons of straw, and the
street committee was given authority
to sell a horse which iias become too
old for further use by the city.
Plans for a crossing at Mission
street, submitted by tho Sauthern Pa
cific company, were referred to the
street committee and the city engin
eer. Resolutions for paving 12th street
south of Ferry and en an alley in
blocks 35 and 3(1 University addition
were adopted. Also resolutions for a
sidewalk on Center street between Wi
nona addition and 24th' street were
A petition for a sidewalk on Myers
street from Commercial street west to
alley was referred to the citv attorney.
A communication relative to the
Bush pasture park was placed on file.
In this connection it is stated that at
the time of hi death the late E. P.
MeCornnek had been engaged in mak
ing plans for putting a street through
his property there, to provide an out
let from the boulevard south, ami it is
understood that these plans will be car
ried out. A second survey is now be
ing made. '
The refusal of W. W. Walker to
build a sidewalk in Walker's addition
was referred to the street committee
Alderman Jones, who stated that he
had not missed a meeting of the coun
cil since January, requested leave of
absence for three meetings, which was
OurWapt Ads arc
Results you want
Try Oi7Q loMorrow
FOR RENT Newly furnished room,
tmimuie ior teacner, 332 .North
BLACK BERRY PICKERS Wanted,
good picking, good place to camp.
Phone 53F15. septT
FUBNISHED Rooms and housekeep
ing apartments, rates reasonable,
close in,. 160 Court tf
FOB BENT -ADS
under this heading la a word.
Bead for profit; nse for results.
FOR RENT 6 room house, $0.00 per
month, 259 South 19th St. Call at
13th and Ferry. Airs. Sam Wright. s7
WANTED For an elderly ladv, (Dan
ish) able to do light house work, or
care for children. Phone 2131. sept7
FOB SALE Dressed beef by the side
or quarter, 7 and 8 cents. Will de
liver to hop yards. Phone 1150 W.
GRADE HOLSTEIN-Cows for sale;
milk records furnished; moderate
price. Write D. R. Murphy? Turner,
PEACHES Come to the orchard with
boxes or phone vour order tn Ritmi.
N. C. Pctteys, Vj miles north on
WANTED A maid for general house
work and caro of child, only com
petent need apply. Call forenoon 890
Oak St. Beut7
PEACHES Come to tho orchard with
boxes or phone your order to 5HF14
N. C. Petteys, miles north on
Wallace road. sept'J
FOB SALE 3 half truck Studabak
er wagon. Will trade for heavier
wagon, eordwood or atumpage. 278d
Lee. Phone 1322-J. tf
CHOICE iFresh dressed salmon de
livered to your home, all charges pre
paid, 8Mi cents per pound. Address
Harold Via, Woods, Ore. sept7
FOR SALE Or rent, modern five room
bungalow near Grant school, in good
repair. Will sell on terms or rent. R.
II. Mills, at Spauldlng Logging Co.
HOP PICKERS Wanted at Eafe
-Young's hop yard near McNary sta
tion, will haul pickers to and from
yard. D. H. Looney, Independence,
Ore. Rt. 1. Bept3
BOUGHT, SOLD AND TRADED
Second hand mens' clothing, jewelry,
musical instruments, tools, guns ote.
Capital Exchange, 337 Court St.
Pnone 493. aeptll
FOB RENT Furnished or unfurnished
sleeping rooms, office rooms and!
housekeeping rooms, reasonable rate
W. H. Norris, Bee. Hubbard bid.
Boom 304. gf
FOR SALE Canning peaches. Imlah
Fruit Farm, half mile north of west
end of steel bridge on Wallace road,
bring your boxes. Phone 52F11. Jaa.
A BEAUTIFUL Bungalow home for
rent, modern throughout, fire place,
built in furniture, fine lawn, situated
on Fairmount Hill, reasonable to the
right party. Call 1190 S. Liberty or
phone 2022. ,eptT
FOB RENT One of the best 250 acre
farms in the valley, over 200 acre
plow land, known as Isaac Durbin
farm on Howell Prairie. Louis Boch
tel, 347 Stote. , tf
FOR IAIMEDIATE RENT Nice 5 aero
home 2Vj miles out, near school, etc.
Will sell fruit, wood, garden, for the
winter reasonable. Inquire of A. I.
Bechtel, 237 State St. septT
$200.00 FOR 2 CTS Anyone who can
sell my 160 acre ranch can get S0O
dollars, cash;, send 2ct stamp for de
scription and terms with your nam
and address, plainly written. Luther
Myers, Salem, Ore. septs'
FOR SALE 18 acres of well improred
land, 5 miles east of Salem, one half
mile south of the Yeoman station,
all in cultivation, well fenced,, house
and barn, good well of water on back
porch. A snap if taken at once. Price
$2500, $1500 will handle it. Enquire
of A. L. Schulz, route 6, phone 66F1.1
100 HOP PICKERS Wanted on the
Horst ranch at Independence, the
largest hop ranch ui Oregon, to re
. .1 .... . : , i ., : i. v. .' .. : i n . 1
jiiM.v iriBiuicn (ii. acib nuu ijaiivru
to come account threatened railroad
. strike. We have 567 acres to pick
and will start on the "til and pick
about 20 days. Our crop is good and
clean, on high tieless and we furnish
baskets, wood, tent, apples, pure
water and clean sanitary camp
grounds with large - camp stove, all
. free. septlS