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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, NOV. 14, 1916.
YALE CONFIDENT OF
the- Motor Cool
'.jrolene is made from Asphalt
i.rud:. By itj pert'eit lubii
cation, Zerolene keeps the motor
cool and enables ic to work at
Team Beaten by Brown Not
Up To Full Strength
They Claim -
I! W) A L A VI
Irm a (rfTrMTp1!!
h e six iLS V tUjELrUt J dJi Si
D " ' . -u" 11 g
By H. C. Hamilton,
(United Press Staff Correspondent.)
New York, Nov. 14. Surprising as it
may seem, football conches at Yalo are
doing little worrying over the fact that
Hrown traveled rough shod over the
Eli squad. On the contrary, work to
day at the New Haven university is be
ing cheerfully taken up with a view of
wholly defeating Princeton and Har
vard. The Yale Coaches explain it by de
ll jclaring that it was impossible to send
Ha full strength eleven against Brown.
. . I XT - .1 i:..:j . .1: .
iifuec, mcy arc bhusui-u iu uiscuver
that a substitute eleven could stave off
defeat by the powerful Brown as long
as it did.
Regulars are in good condition now
ill m a iv ami nils wv ii mil ue uuYuii:u
I to finishing the practice which it
ihe Standard Oil ior Motor Cars
Sold by dealers everywhere nd
at all Service Stations ol the
Standard Oil Company
Canned bean 'interests have also bepn
disappointed, and up to this time have
done little buying. Some time or other
they will be compelled to go into the
open market for supplies, and unless the
views of holding growers change future
prices are likely to be somewhat firm
er than denlers at present Anticipate-.
Hogs Are Higher.
Buy your shoes in our bargain
basement at prices much lower
than any other store in town.
Odd lot of Men's and Wo
men's Rubbers at ,
Men's $5.00 Heavy Work
Shoes now go at
Jefferson Way Notes
(Capital Journal Speeial Service)
Monday, Nov. 1.1 Bob Cruui made
a trip to town Saturday.
Miss Pearl Wiltsey visited with Miss
Sadie Smith Sunday.
Mr. Kdw'nrds is buitdinir a new house
Ion his place.
WUlo ihnro woo a mora litiarnl rim nf I Relatives Of AlrS. Vt llllOning VISlICO
is hogs in the North Portland yards over at the Wilkening home Inst weeh.r
i i ..:n 1 i u i: . j..:..i .1 I-... i. Mr. IVnrHOllH hnve eono TO Indiana
m UU1'U Will KUllIIll 111C KUUU Ul I 11IICCLUU OUIIUiljr IUIII1 lllOb f C 1. XVII H1C Blllll.ill ; o
H and Harvard. period, receipts continue far below jon a visit.
II Dawn at Princeton Eddie Hart has those of a year ago for this same day. Mf- motored out . to his farm
a , r, ...L .....i .l. ...... I tu. i:i.i ...u ,i. . south, of town Sunday.
Ml" Helping rspiTii.v nusii mill me n.w u . .,. ...cm...- ..,. i,,.,,.,.t , . )nwn Katlir-
nf tii.-in urn f noimi srmin nen mtn the net c urincr tno eariv Bare or rue aav
badly mauled Tigers. Princeton and values advanced 15 cents generally, .v-
conches are not satisfied with the work: with initial vsales ot tops arouna $.iO,
Thev declnre that.! General hog market:
.. . .. , , .1 .1 t I rtU link tvoIrrLt. 0 7K I
playing llie game mey u u, nicy snoum ."6"' 'h .n-X eathered
have scored. I)nve Tihuott, who was " i hb i.uis i ?, nJ enioved themselves nlav
prevented by injuries from taking part Medium weights li.o( H..ia . ;
in the Harvard fracas, is buck and is;Kugh valley 8.00feS.5U wkM ,, ,011) will) went
expected to be improved enough to value Are iirm. to town Sntur.lnv.
start against Yale. . Somewhat more liberal run of cattle , ,-,; is 01l ll)e sU.U ,igt
Harvard has the call of the entire! was .8hon in the yards at the week's;,, w(,(l(
Viunch and is sittincr back watchine the, "Pf '"(! . ...... .1 m
scramble, confident that the crimson!, wncral tron.1 ot the trntle was sloa.lv
will giveA good account of itself. The ; J? f'. h"le ang. nuhcated ,n
fact that Brown,, the team which vAan- Ilr" I)rlfcs-
, , , , " u u. ... r.n,i,,i,i.,Al General cuttle market range;
quished ale, will be at Cambrulge, tec ....... r$7.00(S 7.25
Saturday for euterta.nmen and blood, 8.760 7.15
has little eftret on Percy 1. Ilanghton. Oo0(1 8J0fif.S0
In fact, the head Harvard coach de- Me(Uum g,ecrH 0.00(5 6.25
dares lie proimnr, in -n ' -""' Ordinary steers
uf.-;..rr ..lvtn iitniiiist the Providence i .
r...... - ---- , ) i omnion steers
II. A. Smith nuule a trip to town to-
There was a party of young people
at the Hilt'iker home last Kri-
Odd lot of Children's Rubbers
4 to 7V2, at
Men's $4.00 Heavy Work
Shoes now go at ... .
Big line of Ladies' Patent
Leather Shoes, $4 grades . .
Ladies' Kid $4.00 Shoes, pat
ent tip, now go at
Big line Boys' Button and
Lace Gun Metal Shoes go at
Ladies' $5.00 Tan Shoes, but
ton, best grade, go at
Big line Ladies' House Slip
pers, all colors, go at .....
Ladies' 12-inch Boots, tan,
patent and gun metal; regu
lar $6.00, go at
Men's $8.00 Logging Shoes,
while they last
5.95 Cut Rates on Repair Work
Next to Ladd
& Bush Bank
Ponce de Leon Failed;
His Prize Is Found
equad, so sure is
he that Harvard
methods will down the Brown team.
Potato Damage Now -Feared
of folder Weather
Portland. Ore., Nov. 14. Much fear
is expressed by the local trade regard
ing potatoes during tho cold weather.
Much jftock has been stored in places
where it would not take extreme cold to
"nip" the potatoes and thereby render
them unfit for outside shipment
The lw.nl docks are said to be loaded
with potatoes and these are usually con
sidered tho most dangerous.
Market for potatoes is stagnant so
far as buying at country points is con
cerned. Practically every outside buyer
quit operating in the country last week.
Some of the previous buyers are more
than willing to let go of their supplies
at sums slightly less than they paid the
farmer. This condition isdue to the
fact that no ears are obtainable, and
the limits of credit have been- over
reached. ' ' '
Locally there is little doing in the po
tato trnde. Most, of the retailers pur
chased rather liberally nt-high prices
in the country during recent weeks, and
thev have all stocks needed for im
Cereals Are Booming.
(front strength is shown in the market
for havlind in fact all cereals in the lo
cal market for the day. Offerings of
hay continue very scant with an ag
gravated car shortage. The trade hero is
frm-ly offering higher prices all around
for supplies. For Willamette valley
timothy bids are as high aa $17 a ton.
eastern Oregon-Idaho, $lfl, with grain
havs at $1. and clover to the unheard
of quotation of Hfil5 a ton.
Much strength was shown for wheat
in Chicngo at tho opening, with higher
prices early. Both Liverpool and Lon
don reported values unchanged.
Northwest bids for wheat are being
elevated again in the interior. This is
causing additional strength in the flour
market and a further price rise for the
immiditite future would not be surpns
- Ponce dc Leon, the daring explorer,
searched among the swamps of Florida
. .1 . Tl ... . -J V XI. .1..
550Ci5"5' luuiu, wiih'ii mo
4 00rn VooiInl'a"a 8ai1 would restore power and
Prime heifers 5.50(5 00
Good cows 5.00(55.25
Ordinary cows 4.50(54. 76
Prime heavy bulls
make people young. Ho did not find it.
Thousands of chronic intestinal, bow
el and stomach sufferers have written
to Geo. H. Mayr, 154 -Whiting St., Chi-
3 00(5 4 25 caBi 'l1108' of health. They have
i'eiiffl ik found it. His remedy, composed of
Prime heavy bulls 4.50(54.75 neaung vegmai le oira irom xrancr
Good bulls .. 4.00(a4.25 1 lime lven wcm uavK Iue m""n
Ordinary bulls 3.00(5.1.50 y0"?1- , . 4.
Best tight calves 7.00(57.501 w suffer from ind.gest.on gases
Ordinarv calves 6.00(5 0.50 ' 9. the omach, fainting spells, torp'd
Poor calves 5.00(55.75 'ver, constipation and all tho ev.ls of a
... . -r . ' Hisnrderp.l stnmnc.li When there l ner-
juution ana jinus oieaay.
Situation in the mutton and lamb
trade at North Portland is Bteady.
Sales of lambs were shown around $8.50
for the best stock available, but quality
in general was not first class. Former
top prices are therefore nominally con
tinued. General mutton and lamb market:
Select spring lnmbs $ 8.75
Ordinary lambs 7.50(5 7.75
Good to common wethers . . 5.75(5 6.00
Best ewes 5.50(36.00
Heavy to common ewes .... 4.00(5 4.50
8 ew:..s..Fk(i tnoinetaoiunn
Shipments of apples continue fairly
liberal at Pacific northwest points, with
a total of 137 cars on Saturday. Total
shipments to date this season are 8,549
cars, compared with 1,640 cars for the
same period a year ago. r
Market for apples continues uteady to
firm and rather active in spots in the
oast, central west and in the far south
with prices well maintained around re
Locally the situation is quiet with a
general absence of real No. I quality
instead of the decline previously
Washington Will t
Only 26 Leagues in
Itcrkeler, Cul., Nov. 11. The "big
guuie1' of the year in northern Citli
' lornlii, so far as American footlmll is
concerned, will bo played here Satur
day when the l;niveiMity of Washing
ton meets (.'iilifoiula.
j.ect 30,000 to be on liiiud when the; New Orleans, U., Nov. 14. The an
whistle stnrts the game. Athleta-ninn- lula r,,)0rt of John Fnl.r(11 Sll.r(.
imer.lnhn Stroud announced todav tlint t ljliy f ho Xn,ioI,al Association of
l2,tH)0 worth of tickets had lvendy I i...,,,:,,,...) i,,luivi i .,. ,vi,i,.s
: was to be preseuted todav at tho
be permitted to use California field1 Mr. anil Mrs. L. J. White motored to
most of that day to put the finishing ' S:ilom Saturday. They were accompanied
touches on their condition. It is de- j by Swnin'L. Frazier and daughter, Win
clured tho Uobicitos are iu better con- i nil'red. Thev returned last evening.
ditiun than at anv time duriug the! Tho Parent-Teachers' meeting held at
been sold and that orders for seats
were coming in ni me rnic oi eern. m.,lill(f of tuB uumll lull,titlK sUow,
twenty-six tongues are
thousand a day.
t ouch dill Uuliie nnd 20 Washington
jilnyers will reach here Friday tiij, will
f.II EXFERT Oil COLDS
Comparatively few people realize that
cold is a signal of physical weakness.
To treat a cold with "weakening
physics, alcoholic syrups or drugged
pills, may smother Ihe cold but they also
reduce the body powers stkl futthcraud
invite more serious sickness. '
Scott's Emulsion has atwaysbeen an
expert on colds, because it peculiarly
enriches ihe blood, quickly tones upthe
f'irrni and strengthens lioth throtit ad
chet. Try Kvott'S. Kedise Substitutes.
6wlHkl)ontt. Bljatn0cl4, M.J. Ivil
verv interesting. w or tne niciiioris
had been put on the program to discuss
tho merits or demerits of the various
anieuilinents to be voted on and we
think there was more intelligent voting
done election day on account of this dis
I Ksther Cooper, a pupil of the Scotts
i Mills school, had her shoulder broken
iby one of the larger 'girls falling on
' her itt uue of their games at school.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Grnys' little son has
been seriously ill but is better tit the
pNwat. .'charge bv Mrs.
The teachers of our school here and j tl) ,1( S)),iPri
Mrs. Nellies, president 01 uic lareni-
Teachers' nieeting, wore in Salem Sat-
uiitay attemling tue i-aivni icuciu-rs
county convention. They report an en
tertaining and instructive tune.
i believed likelv
Broomhall reported shipments from
North America the pust week at: Wheat
li.675,000 bushels, corn !61,000 bushels,
oats 1.244,000 bushels.
1'llitcil KinRdom World's shipments
larger than expected, but the amount ;
to the United Kingdom is much under
requirements w ith cojitinunl ubsorption ;
lm-irer. stock Heht decreased 104,000!
a beautiful silver service set. Mr. and;inM1i,,.s for the week. Native offers
Mrs. Tait nere completely surprised, are moderate. , i
They hud been invited to the hall "to Kussia Weather and crop advices
take part in a democratic parade." Aft- continue, unfavorable. Shipments via
ni.riu (M.ris iu r.u...c. " . n"'v. i
Lyons' News Items
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Lyons, Nov. 13. Mrs. W. K. Surry
who has been ill is slowly improving.
Mrs. Hobson ot Fox Valley was a
visitor at the home of F. A. Mar'els
Mrs. Nellie Fox of Lyons took the
election returns to Albany Wednesday.
The league party was well attended
Friday evening at Mrs. Daisy John
A few of the young people about here
showed their honor to Miss s Agnes
Brown by giving a surprise party on
her eighteenth birthday.
Tuesday was a very busy day at Ly
ons, it being election day.
W. R. Stout of Albnay'wns a caller
at Lvons Monday.
disordered stomach when there is per
manent relief heret Mavr's Wonder
ful Remedy is soll by leading druggists
everywhere with the positive under
standing that your money will- be re
turned without question or quibblo if
ONE bottle fails to give you absolute
For Sale by J. C. KERRY, Druggist
(Capitol Journal Special Service)
Mehama, Nov. 13. Miss F.lsie Sur
ry, who has been visiting relatives of
Mehama, will return to her homo at
Mrs. R. Z. Browne of Mehama was a
Sunday visitor at the home of Mrs.
Columbus Multtey of Mehama mado
a trip to Portland Wednesday.
Frank McDonnl of Mehama is re
ceiving potatoes and storing them in
the old store building at Lyons, former
ly whero Mr. and Mrs. Peter Nealon
Mr. Kubiu of Mclianm did some,
W. M. Mulkey is spending a few
days in Portland on business.
There la more Catarrh In this section v
' the country an nil other diseases put
together, and until the last lew years
was supposed to be Incurable. oP'or a
?;reat many years dootors pronounced It
ocal disease and prescribed local reme- -dies,
ami by constantly fulling to cure
with lo.al treatment, pronounced it Incur
able. Science lias proven Catarrh to be a
constitutional disease, and therefore re
quires constitutional treatment. Hall'f
Catarrh Cure, manufactured bv F. J.
.fhffljfcy '& Co., Toledo. Ohio, is the only
CopStJtutional cure on the market. It Is
tnlien Internally. It acts directly on th
blood and mucous surfaces ot the system.
They offer one hundred dollars for nnj
case It falls to cure. Send for circularf
Addrew: JF. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, O
8o)d by Druggists, tftc.
Take Hall Family Pills for constipation
behalf of their friends in Scotts Mills,
tho school house Friday eveiiin asvr ,, 1)r,,s,,nttion speech was made and
mm only twenty-six lengues are now
iu existeuce under the protection of the
Of the twenty-six leagues, twenty
five, started the Reason nnd twenty
three finished. One of them was dis
qualified, one, a olnss 1) organization
disbanded and the third, the Canadian I jjr. B11j ji,.8. i. (f. Commons motored
league, am not operate oecnuse or warjl0 siilem yesterday
rouiiuions. iuc niienimuce, us n,
whole, exceeded the mark reached in
1913, said the report. I
responded to bv Mr. Tait a social time
was enjoyed by all. At the close refresh
ments were served, consisting of enke,
pie, pickles, salmi, sandwiches and cof
fee. Mr. nnd Mrs. Tait leave us .lu a
few davs for Corvallis.
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Rumsay are the
hniiov dii rents fit a little son, born to
them the 4th of November. They have
named him "Otiylord Alvin" Mrs.
Ramsay was formerly Myra Mrougher.
A farewell reception was given Mr.
and Mrs. Tait Friday uight at the Odd
Fellows' hall, over 200 invitations were
sent out. There were about 150 present
An Itimmmntu liroo-rain was rendered
ing house had been closed for over a consist ing mostly of vocal and instru
Scotts Mills Items
(Capital Journal Special Service )
Scotts Mills. Ore., Nov. 14. The
Prune Growers' association have com
menced piicking prunes again. The pack
week on nceouut
in nhic.h to ship,
nf senreltr nf cnr mentnl music. After which Mr. ond
The warehouse being 'Mr. TaH were called to the platform
. 4 ) and wcro presented by Charles Scott, ou
d to 4SO.00O bushels wheat
France Weather continues unfavor-
France and Italy continue to absorb:
sufficient supplies and American clear-
nnies show an increase. Argentine is
ADAIR'S HORSE IS HOME shipping lightly.
Portland, Ore., Nov. It. May Lee, latest Argentine advices are to the
the horse riddeo bv Lieutenant Adair effect that dryness continues with frost
in tho Curri.nl battle, is in Portland to-jin parts. In the north, weather is un-1
dnv. She was captured bv Mexicans aft- settled. i
er' v.luir fell. The I,,, r..'., wns tuken in Beans Axe Stronger.
Marv R. Adair, mother I The bean market is showing consider-j
'rblo strength throughout the United :
. I States. In the east the markets nave .
1 Ibeen very firm since the season started, i
A ' jUrowers there have been demanding full j
I prices, and while.buyers have not stock- j
rA un heavTlv in a speculative way, the !
r CrjC r A D I Fjfact remains that the movement of
J L L I 1 LrD L L Iwana ill the east is rather good despite
In California bean prices are being
he'd firm. Growers there are showing
no disposition to let go except at full
opening prices. Leading buyers have
been holding off in anticipation of a
break in the ideas of growers, but this
has not proven the ease. The fact of
the matter is that in both the east and
west bean prices have been held high
because growers control the situation at
this time. Stocks of beans in the bands
1 1 STOMACH BITTERS
For Poor Appetite, Nausea, Indigestion,
Dyspepsia, Malaria, fever and Agua'nf jobbers were never so small as at
Across the Sierras
To The East
Four Through Daily Trains to Chicago.
SAN FRANCISCO LIMITED
Automatic Block Signals protect. Liberal stopovers.
Ask local agent for information
John M. Scott, Gen. Passenger Agt., Portland, Or.
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