THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, OCT. 28, 1916. rciGHT 3VA 'z: Horf power New Series 635 RoadsUr $62) . $.9 to. Te14 , ihoiisarids Behind Three to fifty per hour on high that's the speed report we get from owner's all over the country. . And 20 to 25 miles per gallon of gas is the economy report. A corking good car A price that makes it the greatest value on the face of the earth That combination has kept the factory thousands of cars behind sales for weeks and weeks. But we're getting them in right along. ! Better see us about yours today. D. MISNER, Agent, 245 South Commercial Street, Phone 97 The Willys-Overland Company, Toledo, Ohio "M.J. In U.S. A." SALEM T0DEV0TE (Continued from page one.) will want to bo thorp to get acquaint ed with your neighbor.. If yon nre nn older resident you will want to moot the newcomers. Music and refreshments will be furnished. The Hotel Marion management on always found nt Kaleni theaters. A Friday ni(lit will be host to the city, speaker will also nv a few words ns to This is the formal opening of the grent tbe significance of " ISnlem Week." er Marion hotel. Meet Manager, Miller The Htyle Week displays in the win- nnd Mrs. Miller and inspect the hotel, dows of -the. big downtown stores will Salem has one of the finest hotels in open in a blaze of light Wednesday j the state nnd yon ought to know some nijiht, lie downtown with your machine thing about it. if vou have one to see the gorgeous I Kenieniber, nil this will not cost you a penny, liv getting into ino spirit oi display and help swell the volume of mm ml. Whistles will ..blow and bells ring and everyone is expected to odd to the din. Take a look in the store windows at the big prize cup awarded to the winner of the window display by lliirlniniin llrotliers. ; Nave Thursday night. On thut' even ing you are expected to be at the Com mercial club with your family to meet Iho (dher folks. This is Newcomers' night nnd if you nre a uewcomer you thn week vou will learn a greut deal about your ei'.y and why you should 11 'livilv interest in its affairs. If 'it results in-having you line up with the other public spirited men and wo Jmeu who aro giving much of their time to promoting tne general woimro me first anuiml "Salem Week", will have accomplished its purpose. Cm the Journal Want 4 W. yet wo had not altered our policy or our point of view. The great European war has served at least to show us this one thing, thnt tne worm itseii nna changed: that it had become at once too big a world and too little a world to submit its destinies to tne nostue rivalries and ambitions now of this nnd again of that member of the great fain ly or men; too compact, too miiiinbic hi its" contacts, too universal in its way of intercourse, to make it any longer possible to limit the effects of any na tion's action to a single, sepnrate sphere where the rest would be untouched. An inevitable partnership of interests has been thrust upon tue ntaions. iney are MAXWELL 1917 Model $685 SALEM X Absolutely complete, with Electric Starter and t Electric Lights. An improved car at a lower price. I THE NEW PRICE The most amazing fact about the 1917 Maxwell is its new price, $685, which is $60 less than the price of the 1916 Maxwell car, and this price includes t everything: electric starter, electric lights, every modern feature, every refinement. The Maxwell has lowered all economy records for: t First Miles per set of tires. SecondMiles per gallon of gasoline. X Third Miles per quart of lubricating oil. X Fourth Lowest year-in-and-year-out repair bills. t Halvorsen & Burns X High and Ferry Streets Telephone 959 1 CROWDSGATHER (Continued from page one.) immediate and systematic development of out oarrying trade on the seas. They have at -last supplied the means by which the nation may be bound togeth er, materially and spiritually, by a net- work of gooa roads upon which both commodities and sympathies may move freely from comunity to eounity. They have' put the farer upon a footing of pertect equality with business men nnd men of nil other callings in respect of bis access to commercial credit; have placed a, great bureau of the govern ment at his service in seeking and find ing his' best markets; have protected hiin by the establishment oi definite standards in the sale of his products, and have put the 'scientific knowledge of the wor d at his disposal by practical demonstration at the expense of the gov ernment upon the farms themselves.' They have emancipated the lnborersof the country from the unjustified re- Turn Over Motor by v Hand at Times to Test the Machine . Motorists who would be sure that their car is as is as it should be should occasionally turn over the motor of the ear by hand, instead of using the elec tric starter. This will disclose many ills, according to A. . "Dad" Foss of the Oilson' Garage in Portland, who has played with automobiles since the day when Haynea and the boys were making them with one and two cylinders.-' This authority on electrical equipment says that the starter has added still ano ther point to the category of ills that the - average, driver will - overlook just tecaose- the-car -will run and -does get him. around. - . . " . "v.- ? ' ' Nothing will -tett -a- driver more a boot "the condition of his motor than occasionally . getting around in front, inserting the erank handle and lifting it he motor rorer one cylinder at a time' declared. "Dad. '" '' i '-.L-t.m -.- Lesson 1 ObTtnus, . wj-. "If he has not done that for six or eight months and has run his car con siderably, be will find that the first or second cylinder can hardly be moved against the compression. He braces himself to lift the next and finds that it slips away from him, so little is the compression.. ' : "A fourth or fifth cylinder may not work quite so easily but still is much easier handled than it. should be. ' "The lesson, of course, is obvious those cylinders which do not work hard, inwhich there isno compression, need immediate attention. Kither, the rings do not lay properly or the valves need grinding. '' "To let them go on in that manner is the quick way to heavy expense bills, the leaking piston rings mean that when starting, condensed gasoline vapor, leaks past the rings and mixes with the oil, rapidly breaking down its lubricating qualities. Lubrication, therefore, is impaired and the results are a guess. Another Trouble Seen. "Still another trouble, resulting from the lack of compression, is the explo sions of greatly varying intensity. In other: words, the power in the different cylinders is so uneven that the-rnotor! hobbles, which is excessive strain on'the'i bearings and every part of the ear. " . "It is queer hovr discoveries change the viewpoint. Four years ago when almost every car was hand-started, that was nothing agninHt the Tiuto. ' It was the accepted thing and starters" were still , an experiment. Today .drivers bring their car. iu to have the starter or the battery repaired, but Tather lose the use of it for days, whore much work is to be done,-than have the trouble of starting it by hand, whiclf little exer cise might be a very good thing for tnem. -"-Portland Journal. A GOOD " "... Used Automobile . ' Is better than a cheap new car. Complete Stock Guaranteed, Modern USED CARS, : y: with Electric Starters and Lights Studebakers, Overlands, Maxwells, Cadallac, . Paige, Hupmobile, . ' - " WINTER PRICES $350 to $700 ' ;: Liberal terms if desired. Come and look oyer these ; Bargains. Refund of railroad fare from'.any point in Oregon or, Wash ington to Portland made to all purchasers of our used cars. I. r - - ureffo n Motor Car Co. STUDEBAKER DISTRIBUTORS, PARK and DAVIS STS., PORTLAND, OREGON Efficiency and Courteous Treatment to Ona and AH . perience in Municipal Work. -Six Years' Ex- H. W. Elgin CANDIDATE FOB THE OFFICE OF City Recorder SALEM, OREGON (Paid Adv.) tv , City Primary' Election Nov; 6, 1910 ' : General Election Dec 4, 1916" ... . it.: lliw neiirnoors aim must, accominounie mnr . . . . ,-.,, . i, j interests to one another, or else disturb! b mia,aken applications of law i.a lii-.s ami tttttlinroHu Hm rnrttinps or .... men everywhere. No wonder that in such an age men in America should be cried awnke and feel once more, as thcy felt them in the days when their great republic was set up, the compulsions of humanity and of justice! These are the freshening winds tlow ing out of the lire or mniiKiim every where, that have brought on a new day in American politics. We have looked once more very critically nt our own laws and our own practices nnd have set about to square them with the actual conditions of our lite and tne lire or ine world. "Four years ago thero wor two par ties in the field whoso program was conceived muter tho influence of these great forces of progress and adjustment, the democratic party nnd the progres sive party. This year there is but one, the democratic party. In the presiden tial election of four yeurs ago some fifteen million votes were cast. Of these, near ten and a half millions were cast for the candidate of the two progres sive Darties. only three and a half mil' lions for the candidate of the republic un j lif BU(l party, tho party which lingered in the4'cJ 'natim oiu ways aim icit none oi me ne indue lif a new day- More than two thirds of the voters of the favored then, and favor now whose object is to serve needs of lntmnnitv und progress. . Tho democratic pnrty was entrusted with the tusk. These powerful forces of the ntw Hgo were put under its direc tion. And under that direction what have they accomplished t They have put both the' bin-incss' nnd the life of the country upon u new footing. They have lelensed the financial credit, upon wuicn to new ciroumstances and conditions- They have released the children of the country in large part from hurtful lab or; have sought to safeguard the lives and the health of our laborers in danger ous occupations: nod have put ageuciea of the government itself at the service of those who seek employment. And most of these things have been done within the brief limits of a single ad ministration. And still the great work is not finish ed. It can never be rounded off and concluded so long as circumstances change and the fortunes and relations of men shift and alter. Tlie question you hnve to decide one week from next Tues day is whether it shall be prematurely interrupted, perhaps for a generation to come, and all the generous forcej of the age and of the world thrown back upon themselves in discouragement ana con fusion. Tho program remaining is ns great as the program accomplished. The - pro cedure of our courts is antiquated and a hindrance, not an. aid, in the just ad ministration of the law. We must simp- reform it as other enlighten- ons have done, and make courts I of justice out of our courts of law. We . n...u. u.l i;l Ia mMni nf lirinir. t'nited States .., j ,,,.. tn i,,nr unlier. $ $ $ ir $ $ $ $ $ Court House News One of the largest tax turnovers of the year was made this morning when Sheriff; Esch turned over to. Treasurer Drager the sum of $106,478.62, Of this sum the city of Salem receives $16, 048.92 and school district No. 24, $8,. 202.42. The feature that brought up the figures was . the Southern Pacific tax of over $35,000. There will be at least one other turn over during the re mainder of the year and it will probab ly be a large one also on account of the taxes of the various utility corporations which are yet to come in. the grand to tal of taxes already turned over is $239, 54.1.78. urcr, an action to recover $814-alleged to be due and owing as part of a be quest, the money of which was turned over to the county treasurer because Pugh was not to be found at the time of the bequest, the defendants this morning filed a demurrer to the com plaint of Pugh, on the ground that the complaint does not state facts, r.uf- - ficieut to constitute a cause oi action. A marriage license was issued this morning to Delbcrt Engene Bliirston, of Salem, and Ethel Marjory Mantel, of Jefferson.-: - There were few real' es'tate transfers in the county recorder's office-- this week. The filing of mortgages was heavy, at' least three-fourths of the business. However, this is not a bad sign as the general fall business has been good. . .... . In the matter of the estate of Joseph Pculi, who died in Marion county March 2, 1915, a hearing was held yesterday by County Judge Bti-schey aud as a result he has decreed that the estate shall be divided according to the will of the deceased- The papers filed in the cos show that Mary Puuli, executrix, has paid all debts and thut there is money on hand to pay the bequests. Mury Puuli is to receive $3,500 at once on account of her being over 21 j-enrsjof age, and .die has ordered to pay to the other children the Bums of $2,000 each upon theiik arrival of age. of California, has been taking no. chances and for a week has been put4, ting the 'squad through a stiff drill ing. ... Today's game is looked upon by stu dents as a test. . They believe that un less the squad shows speed and class to day it might as well abandon nopo of making any showing against Washing ton on November 18. In the ease of Hoy Pugh ugainst Mu rion county and T. B. Kay, state treas- look forward, to which it la our purpose I to move forward with enthusiasm and ; irresistible ardor. AVe will not pause in ltI'eC"ng!,',umli,,8 ot' ,h,''ir Cv0m,".in i.,,tterc8,"'iwe stand at one of the most critical nlL. k V'lich a P other than the intcrests innctur in tho hi9torv of tno worU, o ttne nation vseit as a when 11 hopeg hang in the balance. Ve We must release our great undeveloped ; wU, guff(lr no m(nl nQ bo(, Q.f natural resources upon some sensible , th ,jlnidity or foar or jealousv, to plan of use nnd conservation. W e must ; ael or hillder or eiparrilsl( us. R(1. recruit tho votes ot lorwaru-iooaing iaction . have no ,a(,e of tolerance .Monday County School Superinten dent Smith expects to begin checking the books received from the J. K. Gill company for distribution to the various school districts of the county. It will probably require a week for the check ing over before they will be sent out. : George P- Griffith, according to complaint filed this morning, only lived with Agnes Griffith two days atter they were married iu Portland, August 4, 1913. He alleges she deserted him on August ft, utterly disregarding her mar riage vows. The only reason he can assign for her defection is a want of affection for him and a desire for travel and the company of strangers. He says she threatened to ruin hiiu and has em ered his place of business and caused unpleasant scenes. He asks a decreo of divorce and the custody ofthe child, William A. Griffith. ' Sheriff Esch is getting the election boxes and supplies ready for shipment to the various precincts next week. The office force of the county clerk and the sheriff are. busy getting everything ready for The big battle of the ballots ou November 7. Little Football and a Couple of Scraps " In California, Berkelor, Cal., Oct. 28. Determined to give California a hard fight, but da daring there is hardly a chance ot vie Meehan Had Best of It. Seattle, Wash., Oct. 28. Willie Mee- han, San Francisco heavyweight, out classed Frank Farmer, of Tacoma, last night and was given the decision after four rounds of fierce fighting.- On the same bill "Muff Bronson, the Portland school boy, annexed the north west featherweight title when be stop-, ped Joe Harrnhan in the second round Bronsou outclassed the- Seattle young-" ster and had him nearly out when BetV eree I.onnie Austin called a halt. ' . , Willie Hoppe, San Francisco light weight, is matched with George Ingle, of Seattle, for a boat next Friday night. Negro Outclassed Him. -Tortland, Ore., Oct. 28. Joe Gorman, the Oakland boxer, was credited with a draw today in his fight with Leo John son, negro featherweight champion . of ' the Pacific coast, but many believed the negro beat him. Johnson appeared to know more about the game. Frankie Sullivan, of I.os Angeles, got the verdict over Delaney, negro light weight, when the latter quit in tho fourth round. This country farm laborers. men by tho votes of women so thnt we amonst ug when au the world wait8 tory, the Occidental college football Call for Cherry City Flouring Mill Products Cherry City Patent Flour Economy Flour Oregon Graham Oregon Wheatola Tip Top Pan Cake Flour AT ALL GROCERS - may have a fresh insight in all matters jhose who ,au .ust!ce gnd ot social retorm and move more certain- j 8llmmon you not only to 1.. a., ..... -r,,,.tlv in the Hnllitinil ot . ... ..V. ' . , .r . . .lik. .lom.n.1 1 1 . - .""s... ..u I . ' !,w,'u " ll0SIa V .,.,,. ...... ..... - me nuinv new prooiems oi sucicij- " f., ,. . n..rii, he Unlit 4,.viva r , must unite ine .-mericns, iunn iumi centers. They have released the com-, S)Utu in liew m iupnthv and co-opera-merce nnd industry of the country f rom , fi()a Wc mU!i( w(lc jUBtit-e and the right llie UOIUIUIITIUII ur iuuie nu rri' mum ing up their power by seltisli and un-,w must , America in all eleven prepared today for this after noon's game with Laliiornia at valiior nin field. . Despite this lack of confidence on Oc cidental's part Head Coach Andy Smith the dnwn of a new age begins to bright- 1I1: and I summon you with confidence, ti'itl, n,luin av ,,.iiiti t .... nt iho .. turougu eveiy rniinneiyuni ... ; n America and her great people nre to I -A nmut A tnwrllMl 1 II Hll lift I IITCC. ' . i , . t , fuir methods of competition. They hnve, i( aU is wea,mi ai,Ke of phvsK-al pow- , '. ,, supplied those who wished to conduct ' w lul Hpir-ltuai ntliusinsm, at the serv-, -- . - ; their busines sin conformity with the, .(f of tho othr nlMions of the world Enthusiasm "Fremied" spir.t of the laws with friendly g.ud- jwhp e foinca on tho 0,her HilU. of s.,rillKncMi ,., 0, t. 28,-Ten thons- nee and delivered ttafui aervr. u tn, SIWS to mnU penef wnBIlrllt , , ; , jamm(1(, h(j tear of the courts, lhey have re leased bj. eHtll)ia,lill(t it on the everlasting int0 ,'lu, 8tatc , t0llav t0 our foreigii trade trom the shackles of foundations of right, co operation, equal-1 hvar William Jennings Brvan deliver numtf contrived in the interest of spe- if am, jstice. These things we mustth( lo(.trine of .!,.,,. ra ,. x" to central cuii groups. i iiiiiuiirrro, ,, Bn,i a vim tliHt may serve man-1 Illinois. , vf erenie.i . nn,i commission "';' : kind. . Hrvan's speech, which was the cul eu to suosuture puouc mr private in- ...i,l our mnttn must be " foopera-' ,!.;.,.. f ik. wil,. n.iv l....rv...... fluences, facts for theories nnd preten- tin. ,he uUui, not the hostile rivalry, in s,,iiiigf iol.l, amused tlie assembled sions, 111 all future legislation with riof th( f,. r Kt,ti,.y within the nn- tl,u!mnl8 to frenzied enthusiasm. Ignrd to duties nnd restrictions on mi- titm all(l ,vi,hin the fiunilv of nations.) the midst of those spasms of deiu- por.s. mei .iirniii.iriiiiii.iin.ri..i':The interests of mankind can never ( wr,t i,. enthusiasm, a yellow cur near 'i i .'sniii be served by aggression; the l-tln plutform, aroused by the cheermg. I terests of no nation pr group ot nntions , again stnrted the diminishing cheering (can ever again be served by aggression. 'und it was five uiiniitos before Jlryan i The contests of jealousy are as bitter Iranld resume. nnd ns dangerous as the contests of The meeting was attended by several arms. The world must heiiceforth seek j thousand women, who, upon the slight the menus of accommodation, not the . est provocation, rose in their seats and means or arresting qtmrerls merely, ine nation wo love and serve must be among the first and foremost of those that rise to the new ideals with spirit and well directed force. Our own reforms, our own actions in the interest of justice sit waved flags. Bryan's interpretation of the presi dent's refusal to intervene in Mexico brought forth the greatest 'outburst of cheering of the meeting. Bryan receiv ed a remarkable ovation from the and humanity must be the earnest of our I thousands who lined the s'reets between spirit nnd purpose iu the affairs of the the depot and the state arsemil. world outside our own borders. I luunediiitelv after the arsenal speech Such is the prospect, such is the pro- he continue.! his Illinois speech making I gram, my fellow-citizens, to w hich we tour. 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