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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, SEPT. 7, 1916.
"Mv dealer was
The Cheaterfield Blend
contalna the Riait famc.ua TurkieBi
tobaccoa-SAMSOUN for richneaa:
CAVALL for aromei SMYHNA
tor eweetnatai XANTH1 for fr.
viranc. combined with ta Wt
20 for 10c
.wain-vr a-wtifyw '
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Writes Home of Visit
The following letter was written by
Midshipman Haight to his mot nor lioro,
mill tolls of his visit to Commodore
Huser on the big Herman ship Vnter
IhiiiI interned Hi Now Vork harbor.
On l.envo, Sept. I.
" Hoar mother
' Wo.lnestlay, a. m. I loft for Now
Yoik in quest of a job as quartermas
ter while on leave. I luiil my oommis
hioii an a miilsliiiiiinii along ns refer
ence. I had a cadet officer berth of
fered to nie on the Finland which nail
nil today for England. I would have
bad a quartermaster berth on the Now
York sailing tomorrow and the name
on the Carpathin. The only hitnli came
when I tried to make nut a passport so
Remington CAi C ,
Ma who art after raiulta, are
itffp You will jet
Gil r W7f4lcvM with the modtm irmi. the mod
end Ammunition, famous for auperb ahootin qualitiee,
RtmmffoH UMC iltUif Slot Gun Tin ahota, limply preae the trigger
for each ehot, eolid breech, hatnmerleae, aafe.
KiiawiHa UMC Pvmfr Gun (Slide Action) -Six ahote without reloading.
bottom ejection, hammerleaa, aafe.
JLmmgtoH UMC Stnl ti'nej Skat ,SAffl,.,,Arrow'' and "Nilro Club" in
anurtemen'e vernacular, the "Speed Sheila" everywhere.
Cet the dctaila-fo to the dealer who dinplaya the RtJ Aitf Marl f
Rtmingtom UMC, the Sign of SportamenV Headquarter in every town.
Sold by your home
lending nwrchnnte in Oregon
, 1 The RMalaftea Aran Ueien
' rMrt .Mjiu.rehii-ri 9f
There's more to a cigarette than merely
"pleasing your taste." Other cigarettes, b
sides Chesterfields, can do that.
But Chesterfields do more they begin
where the others stop!
Became Chesterfields satisfy! they give,
you the true meaning of smoking!
Yet they're MID
This new combination ("satisfy? yet mild)
can be had only in Chesterfields because no
cigarette maker can copy the Chesterfield
Try Chesterfields today!
that I could gef ashore ill England.
It takes :i dnys to negotiate a pass
port and whats more u birth certificate
is required, liming no It days to spare
nor certificate with me, I gave up all
seeing Kiiglaud this leave.
A middy, 1'at Morau, went down
with nie an a witness. After I gave
up the passport idea, I took Put Moran
over the Hudson river to the Vaterland
(Hamburg-American largest snip which
is interned in llolioken). The commo
dore Huser was not aboard at first but
Mrs. Huser asked me up and after
running by hoards of sentries I final
ly arrived. I talked a little about
Auntie Huser anil then Mrs. Huser had
the colored steward show us tliruugli
All her chairs and rugs were out of
place, all pot flowers, etc., were re
moved, but tne ship" interior was too
beautiful ami wonderful for me to do-
i miuJ of the shooting' publio today is centering' upon
chanrfint' over to Remlnetoa UMC Guna
denier nnd 679 other
IK.Vf OF I, timimttm
MetaStt Certrieie Cteaeanr
Fr'tve've eae? A aeMi'liM
Yi 11 ft i3 U II U
and yet they're MILD
scribe even nfter half its beauty had
been removed. There are II decks a
bove the water and the commodore
lives on toe bridge deck which makes
the 11th deck. Alter our .tour of the
ship which took some 1'j hours the
commodore came aboard greeting us
as if he knew us all his life. 1 hap
pened to have p-our picture in my
pocket which I showed him. lie re
membered you, and of course knew who
Mr. Haight was. We talked in his
cabin for or more hours and what
lie didn't show ns about Ills' bridge was
.just the plain wooden deck.'
Wonderful is not great' enough to
qualify the navigation instruments
they curried, lie brought out some
cigars, and guve us a tine send off. I
don't wonder he is such a popular man,
for he is just as trunk and independ
ent in a nice way as any man alive.
W'e certainly did teel honored going
aboard the Vaterland especially as she
1 am disgusted with Now York in
general and hope it will never be my
misfortune to have to return lor any
length of time, in the future, even
though 1 am a New Yorker. Tho noise
and dirt alone queered me, for the city
along with other disadvantages.
I guess the quiet life aboard ship
and the naval academy has made an
impression on me."
Certificates of (he socialist partj,-
nomination and acceptances have been;
tiled at the office of Secretary of
Slnte OlcX)tt by T. J. MeClary, Oatea.l
l'.i..i. l.o-w ...Imn.iii .ml Loon V'..
and Leon K.,
Io,mii,MI All v for representative 1st
district, embracing Linn county and
for the prohibition party nomination;
ior representatives in mi- mi iubiiii-iiWIh which niiiuuiii o m ..."...
embracing Marion county by Oliver' intend to battle in the six cent loaf.
lory, Salem, Levi D. Uatill'f, Salem,
Luther 1). Cook, Salem and r.uos I'res
F. I. Weber, Garden Home, Washing
ton county filed a socialist party nomi
nation and acceptance for representa
tive 1.1th district embracing Washing
Acceptance of the progressive nomi
nation for representative 8th district
embracing .Taekson county was filed by
Bonj. C. Sheldon of Med ford.
Acceptances of the republican, the
democintie and progressive party nom
inations for district attorney for lann
countv were filed by tlale S. Hill of
BASEBALL RACE IS
Top Notchers Have But Nar
row Margin and It's Any
body's Pennant Yet
By H. C. Hamilton
(United Press staff correspondent)
New York, Sept. 7. "Crucial aer
ies" is with us again today in both
major leagues. Pat Voran's Phillies
who vaulted into the uppermost niche
in the Toner eireuit, were to stage a
doublcheader with the Braves, their
hated rivals. In the American league,
the Tigers and Browns continue their
feud while the batterd Red Pox take
another joust with Connie Mack 'a col
legians. Tiio Phillies and Braves accomplish
ed the difficult feat of moving while
standing still yesterday, for rain kept
them from each others throats while
the Giants were dividing a double bill
with Brooklyn. The Phillies are lead
ing by two points over the Dodgers
who nre in second place, and the Braves
are just a game in the rear.
he bitter struggle in the American
league with Detroit the villian resem
bles a fish light more each day. The
Ty Cobbs succeeded ia putting n crimp
in fielder Jones' highest ambitions for
the season when they banked yester
day's conflict but they must go at it
The lied Sox minus the able services
of Bill Carrigan have only the Athlet
ics with whom to argue. Bill was invit
ed to take a three day layoff for his
run in with Umpire Loughlin.
The White Sox, too, must hold up un
der the strain for they have Cleveland
to dispute in their day's work. De
troit now languishes a game and a
half behind the world's champions and
the White Sox are pounding along,
the same distance back of Detroit.
Woman Brings Suit
Against Coast League
San (Francisco, Sept. 7. That the
Pacific Coast league is n monopoly ex
isting in violation of the Shermnn anti
trust act is the allegation made by
Mrs. Esther Jacobs in a suit to re
riovc $31, otIO on file In the federal
district court today. The suit is the
aftermath of the failure of the Sacra
mento club in 1014. In addition to
the league mid its officers, all of the
clubs except Salt Luke are named as
Mrs. Jacobs alleges that the Coast
league is conspiring to monopolize base
bail in the state by making it possible
for idnvers to piny only 'n its circuit.
Particular stress is laid upon tho form
of contract signed by the players, sud
ieotinir them to blacklist if they play
outside the .league, a form that is in
general use, and which, If declared un
lawful here, will have n serious effect
upon organized baseball.
Mrs. Jacobs asks tho recovery of
three times the amount she ndvtinoed
to iier son Lloyd Jacotis who, with
Harry Wolverton, owned t"e Sacramen
to club. The financial matters could
have been settled without trouble, it
is alleged, had the Coast league di
rectors not intervened, collected the
gate receipts, kept money from sales
of plovers for indebtedness to the lea-
gue, anil now tne iiuui-iusi- iu
Welsh Offers to Meet
White for Any Distance
Denver, Colo., Sept. 7. That Fred
die Welsh doesn't fear to meet Char
lev White over liny distance is evi
,t.'.n...l bv the latest offer of Harry
p,.llU ii'iiinnuer of Welsh, to match
the champion against White for a fin
ish fight of "forty five rounds or
more if necessary.''
Pollok declared the only stipulation
tlw.i- wnnl.l make would bo'that Welsh
must cot the same amount of money
for the fight that Willie Ritchie got
...l,.... 1... t,,( tli title to Welsh 211,-
000. Welsh's manager expressed his
willingness to go to oulii America for
. . ..... : .... n llnron'
Lonir of Los Angeles to stage
null eh at J ijnana.
Nate Lewis, White's manager, said
to.lav that Stakeholder Ed Smith still
hnd'L0O0 of White's forfeit money
I in his hands and deelnreil ne was r. u...
to let it go as a guarantee or nis wiu-oesi io up uu iron umn uu iumium hl
ingnoss to make the match, but insist- complished it. He barely missed getting
i i,t il,. referee be chosen from aitwo wins on the same afternoon.
i:. . ..f .....I,., nnnioa to be Sllbmiltod
WmnPIl Get BuSV and
. - . n
, n . a-nt 7.Hiisewive
L. p.tlnmi are innkiua such determined
preparations to fight
l,rt.nd " that local 1
,,roparatioii to fight the "high cost of
i .1... I.w..l linkers are scared.
tl.,., ;n ,.... tmiii.ht at the chamber
nf commerce to plan a campaign
niia;nst n0inc made bread the weapon
h-i.a linkers counter
lake the form of educational adver
the niiblic why they
think the manufactured product is bet
tor than tlic kind mother usen
i..,J.i.,.l intern linve nrnotionllv do
cided not to aotunllv boost Ihe cost I length of time. They failed also to at
of each loaf, it was ieaned today. In , tract important selling, while on the
......i tl. r..,,lnr five and 10 cent other hand the ninny advances record-
loaves will gradually shrink in sire. It
was annonncea innr --every rnn
- . . w;u
be made to cheapen the production with
out impairing the quality."
Uruguayan banks have gold reserves
WILLAMETTE 10 OPEN
First Call to Be Sent Out Soon,
College Expects to Have
The first call for football will be
sent out at Willamette within a few
days. Coach Mat hew.', who has been
spending the summer at Everett, Wash
ington, will be here soon, and it will
not be long following his arrival be
fore the tryingout process will begin.
Those who nre in touch with the situ
ation express the opinion that Willam
ette will have a strong team this year.
But one man from last year's team
was lost tty graduation. There are
others who will not be back. But it is
understood that a number of the Sa
lem high school stum will enter the
varsity this fall, and It is, known that
several other athletes from different!
sections of the nortnwost will do like
wise. At this time it looks ns if Coach
Mathews will experience no difficulty
in securing a promising squad.
Eugene papers announce the return
of Hugo Bezdek, eoach of tho Oregon
football team, from Chicago, where he
has spent the summer attending the
University of Chicago medical school.
When asked as to prospects, Bezdek
said: " Prospectsf 1 never have aay
prospects until I see my men all on
the field in uniform at the first prac
tice." Practice for the Oregon squad
will begin September 12, one day af
ter the opening of college, in accord
ance with a recent ruling that governs
all of the schools in the northwest and
const conferences, and that eliminates
the trniniii'' camp.
sfe s(c se sc sfc sfc e
Watching the Scoreboard
Pacific Coast League Standings.
W. L. Pet
Los Angeles N'l
Salt Luke ; 74
San Francisco 77
At Vaughn street, Portland, 1; San
At Oakland, 0; Salt Lake, 5.
At Los Angeles, Los Angcles-Ver-nun
series starts today.
Seals went to smnsh on Allan Sothor
on reef and sank to the second division.
Sothoron held San Francisco to five
binglcs. Portland scored its one run
in the fifth when Nixon doubled and
Both factions plnvod flawless ball and
rang down the finnl curtain in one hour
and 20 minutes. A renl game.
Rath batted .1000 for Salt Lake
against Oakland. Out of five times up
ho got four singles and a double.
The Saints won, 5 to 0, thus climbing
into the first division. I'tschig and
Bergcr of Oakland, helped bent their
team with boots.
Gislason, Orr, Brief, Quinlnn and
Rath of the winners, figured in a whole
flock of classy double play combina
lions, sweeping the board clean repeat
Yesterday's big league hero was Ty
Cobb. The Detroit wonder, after
scratch hit, scored the winning run for
the Tigers over St. Louis by stealing
second and third and making the plate
through an infield hit.
The Red Sox failed to gain by their
victory over the Athletics for the Tigers
kept right tit their heels.
It was the hundredth defeat of the
season for Connie Mack's Collegians.
The Giants and Brooklyn had a gernt
dav. The Brooklyn club took a trim-
ming in the first game of a double
header and then came back and scored
a pair of runs for Rube Mnrqunrd.
enough for victory.
Rube Benton of the Giants, did his
i T ii- , .1 i.
. i n iiHiiiiira niiiii-ii uiiu iiiiuie inn
runs but the effort fell just two short
o fbeing enough to win from the White
but Market Was Dull
Now lork, Sept. i. The New York
: Evening Sun financial review today
Realizing sales and efforts by pro
fessional traders who hail denned up
some fancy profits on the long side ot
speculation to drive market values to
levels were effecttive iu bringing about
irergular price tendencies in today's
session without establishing quotations
to in the general list materially under
Wednesday ' closing. Declining move-
- ments ns a rule failed to hold for any
ed brought in new buying, especially in
United States Steel and Reading which
were leading features of the trading.
Reading's big advance naturally en
couraged more interest in the railroad
group without adding much to the vol
lume of business while the character sf
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING BATES
Bate per word New Today:
Each insertion, per word... .. lc
One week (6 insertions), per word..5c
One month (28 insertions) per word 17c
Minimum charge, 13c.
PHONE 937 For wood saw.
HAT BALING Done by Contract. Call
TEESPA8S Notices for sale at Jour
nal office. ' tf
FOR BENT 40 acres well improved.
Phone 02F14. sept7
FOR SALE 5
soon, 771 ir.
cows, 3 fresh
FOR RENT One room house for light
housekeeping. Thonc 1532W, sept8
CANNING PEACHES Delivered or in
.. the orchard. Phone 83F5. G. O. Boyee
FOR RENT Furnished housekeeping
rooms. 694 N. Com i. Phone 2454W.
EXPHRIEXTED .DAIRYMAN Want
ed. Phone 752, or call 827 S. Com'l
ROOM For elderly or'
Address F. M. care
FOR SALE Baled wheat and oat
straw. Fred Hartman, Turner. Phone
WANTED 50 horse power return tu
bular boiler, must be in good condi
tion. Phone 71. sept9
FOR SALE 10 registered Berkshire
hogs and 22 fine pigs. Will sell all
reasonable. Phone 11F6. septl3
PEACHES Too ripe to ship, 50e a
bushel if you pick them yourself, M.
C. Petteys, Wallace road. sept 13
FOR SALE Bay marc 6 years old,
fine driver, price $S0.00. Phono be
tween 6 and a. m. 20F22. septl3
FOR SALE Good, fresh milk cow and
young stock, and beef stock; also
some work horses. Phone 84F2. soptS
25 HOP PICKERS Wanted for Hol-
mnn & Williams big yard at Eola,
fine hops, good picking. Phone 8F2.
WANTED Plow team and harness
two weeks for feed and reasonable
hire. P. A. lieinhart, lit. 9, phoue
57F12. sept 12
LOST Between the Liberty store and
i'aiiuer ranch, black purse containing
some gold and silver, reward if re
turned to J. P. Murphy, care Geo.
Pnliner, R. F. D. 4. septS
FOB SALE Or trade, a Tillamook
dairy farm, stocked, 2 barns and
hay, 2 miming streams, small cheese
factory, only Vi: miles to school;
would exchange for small farm in
valley, Address K. care Capital Jour
nal. ' septS
100 ACRE Improved farm all in cul
tivation, mile to school, all fenc
ed woven wire, some machinery,
stock and household goods, $12,500.
Will take house and lot or small im
proved place close in. W. II. Williams
Turner, Oregon. sept9
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the matter of the estate of T. M.
Notice is hereby given to all persons
concerned that the (undersigned has
been duly appointed administratrix of
the estate of T. M. Hamilton, deceas
ed, by the county court of the state of
Oregon for Marion county. All per
sons having claims against said estate
of said T. M. Hamilton, deceased, are
hereby required to present same, with
the proper vouchors, duly veritied ns
bv law required, within six months
from the date nereor, to tne undersign
ed nt the Capitol National Bank, Sa
Dated this Sept. 7, 1916.
, Olive McKellips,
Administratrix of the estate of T
M. Hamilton, deceased. Oct. 5.
TO THE POLICYHOLDERS OT
INSURANCE COMPANY OT
Notice is hereby given that a meet
ing of the policyholders of The Pru
dential Insurance Company of America
wilt be held at the Home Office of said
Company in the City of Newark. New-
Jersey, on Monday, the fourth day of
December, 19UI, at twelve o'clock noon,
for the purpose of selecting fifteen per
sons to be voted for by the policyhold
ers' Trustee as members of the Board
of Directors at the annual . election of
Directors of the Company to be held on
the eighth dav of January, 1017.
At such meeting every polarybolder
of ths cinporetion who ii of the age of
twenty-one years or upwards and
whose' policy has been in force for at
least one year last past shall be en
titled to cast one vote in person or by
r v K K r.s r f. DKYur.ft,
the buying in steel common induced
greater activity in other steel shares,
notably Crucible Steel, which was con
sistently strong in the greater part of
the session. The copper shares were
in moderate demand and in well in
formed quarters statements were made
that accumulation of the various mem
bers of the group was still under way,
particularly Inspiration and Anaconda,
which for weeks had been tipped for a
big move in the autumn. The position
of the copper metal market is as extra
ordinary as that for steel. The large
sellers of the metal are now negotiating
contracts for next year delivery and
are quoting deliveries so far ahead as
August at 27 cents a pound.
Copper stocks were strong features in
the last hour, with Inspiration moving
to a new high record,
TRESPASS NOTICES FOB SALE at
FOR BENT SIGNS For sale at Cap
ital Journal office. tf
FURNITURE For Bale, house for rent
call 536 N. Summer. sept7
FOR SALE Or trade for wood, gaso
line engine. Phone 451. tf
CHEAP A large
WANTED Family for prune picking
and dryer men. Phone 12F5. septs
FURNISHED Apartments, also barn,
suitable for garage. 491 N. Cottage.
WANTED Lady solicitors to work is
Salem. Apply at 770 So. Commercial
FOR SALE A dandy bug body for
Ford car at 1157 N. Com. St. phone
FOR RENT1 Ncwty furnished room,
suitable for teacher, 332 North
BLACK BERRY PICKERS Wanted,
good picking, good place to camp.
Phone 53F15. ' sept7
FURNISHED Rooms and housekeep
ing apartments, rates reasonable, .
elose in, 160 Court. tf
ADS under this heading le a word.
Bead for profit; use for results.
FOR RENT 6 room house, $6.00 per
month, 259 South 19th St. Call at
13th and Ferry. Mrs. Sam Wright. a7
WANTED For an elderly lady, (Dan
ish) ablo to do light house work, or
care for children. Phone 2131. sopt7
PEACHES Come to the orchard with
boxes or phone your order to 56F14.
N. C. Petteys, V,U miles north on
WANTED A maid for general house
work and care of child, only com
petent need apply. Call forenoon 890
Oak St. Seut7
LOST On the Wheatland-Salem road,
a pack containing bedding and camp
ing outfit, reward for return to Jour
nal office. sentfl
PEACHES Come to the orchard with
boxes or phone your order to 5(iFH
N. C. Petteys, lj miles north on
Wallace road. scpt9
FOR SALE 3 half truck Studabafc-
or wagon. Will trade for heavier
wagon, cordwood or Btumpage. 2788
Lee. Phone 1.322-J. tf
FOR RENT 7 room houe, gas, elee-
inc ngnts, some furniture, two
blocks from high gcnool. Call 745 N.
Church St. O. A. Wood. septS
.CHOICE Fresh dressed Balmon de
livered to your home, 'all charges pre
paid, S'.j cents per pound. Address
Harold Via, Woods, Ore. septT
FOR SALE Or rent, modern five room
bungalow near Grant school, in good
repair. Will sell on terms or rent. R.
H. Mills, at Spauldlng Logging Co.
BOUGHT, SOLD AND TRADED
Second hand mens' clothing, jewelry,
musical instruments, tools, guns etc.
Capital Exchange, 337 Court St.
Phone 493. septll
FOR RENT Furnished or unfurnished
sleeping rooms, office rooms and
housekeeping rooms, reasonable rates
W. H. Norria, Rec. Hubbard bide.
Boom 304. tt
FOR SALE Canning peaches. Imlah
Fruit Farm, half mile north of west
end of steel bridge on Wallace road,
bring your boxes. Phone 52F11. Jan.
WANTED Position as housekeeper
for widower or bntehelor by young
widow 2."), where she can take "her 2
children boy 10, girl 0. Phoue 1041,
or call Cottle Apts. septT
A BEAUTIFUL Bungalow home for
rent, modern throughout, fire place,
built in furniture, fine lawn, situated
on Fairmount Hill, reasonable to tho
right party. Call 1190 S. Liberty or
phone 2022. . Bept7
FOR RENT One of the best 250 acre
. farms in the valley, over 200 acres
plow land, known as Isaac Durbin
farm on Howell Prairie. Louis Bech
tel, 347 State. . it
TOR IMMEDIATE RENT Nice 5 acre
home 2'-jNmiles out, near school', etc
Will sell fruit,, wood, garden, for the
winter reasonable. Inquire of A. D.
Bechtel, 237 State St. sept7
$200.00 FOR 2 CTS Anyone who can
. sell my 1G0 acre ranch can get 200
dollars, cash; send 2c t stamp for de
scription and terms with your nama
and address, plainly written. Luther
Myers, Salem, Ore. ept7
FOR SALE 18 acres of well improved
land, a miles east of Salem, one half
mile south of the Yeomun station,
all in cultivation, well fenced, house
and barn, good ivell of water on baek
porch. A snap if taken at once. Prica
2500, $1500 will hamHe it. Enquire
of A. L. Schulz, route 6, phone G0F13
100 HOP "PICKERS Wanted on tha
llorst ranch at Independence, the
largest hop ranch in Oregon, to re
place registered pickers who failed
to come account threatened railroad
strike. We have 567 acres to pick
and will start on the 7th and pick.,
. about 20 days. Our crop is good and
clean, on high trellis and we furnish,
baskets, wood, tent, apples, pura
water and clean sanitary camp
grounds with large camp tove, all
free. - septia
RUBBER Stamps mnde 165 S.