Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, January 05, 1917, Page SIX, Image 6

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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, JANUARY 5, 1917.
New -V sPrtNews
- I UnlmlUnn IlLI UJLU the -cming season. Mil.
Spring
Shoes
We will receive express shipments of the newest
novelties all through the month. Do not buv spring
Shoes until we show the newest things. Our show
ings will be at least six months ahead of anything
in the city.
Fashion predicts another big white season
even larger than last season.
Patent Pumps for ladies, very plain, will be
extremely popular for the coming spring.
Black Kid Boots in both button and lace are
still in favor.
Two-tones in all glazed kid are a thing of the
past; the only shoe of two colors will be shoes with
black vamp and buckskin tops.
Watch for announcement of the first arrivals,
which will be soon.
HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL
HIGH CLASS LINES
M PRICE
SHOE
CO.
Hanan Shoes
Witch Elk Boots
Ground Clipper
Shoes
Fox Pumps
Ball Band
Rubber
Dux Bax Oil
10 MANAGE RED SOX
Promises Through to Help
Start 'Em Off-Jack Berry
May Get the Job
By H. C. Hamilton.
(United Press staff correspondent)
Now York, Jan. 5. Baseball folk
turiit'-l today from wondering what t It.
I national commission is going to do
about it, to speculation on the probable
successor of Hill Carrigan, former man
agor of the Boston Med Hox. Hill turn
ed in his third nail last "no" ycster
day. thereby satisfying at least himself
that he isn't to manage the Bert Sox
in the 1917 season.
Hill's announced intention of sitting
in his easy ehair alongside the old iron
sate the rest of his life didn't stir up
much dust. His back step into an asser
tion that he stood ready to help the. Bos
ton team over Ihe rocky roads of early
spring looks a great deal as if Bill
might vet have considerable hand in the
Ked Sox play.
Jack Harry is expected to be pro
claimed leader of the world's chum
pions. But there are also murmurs con
cerning Larry Gardner and other mem
bers of the Ked Sox. Barry already has
given his word that lie does not want
to manage anything, but he might be in
duced to change his mind. Most anyone
would do under the agreement made by
Carrigan. So long as Bill is handy to
dnsh iu from the bank and put in a few
jerks on a flag chase any other manager
would be likely to turn in a good sea
son. Mitchell to Pilot Cubs.
Chicago, Jan. 5. Fred Mitchell, new
pilot of the Cubs, is an advocate of the
TODAY
The
Big Show
HELEN HOLMES
IN
The
"THE DIAMOND
RUNNERS"
Panama Models
10 GIRLS 10
EACH ONE A MODEL
EATON BOYS
Clever Singing, Talking
Dancing
and
BLIOH
THEATRE
FOR
RHEUMATISM
and NEURALGIA
Dsnnls Eucalyptus Ointment
AT ALU ORUQ TOKCS
Tubes 25c Jaxe BOC
Wants Government
to Control Wireless
navy do
push the
measure now in congress providing
jrovernmciit eontrol of wireless to the
Washington, Jan. 4, The
pa i meat is determined to
3 Arrow
COLLARS
arc niMC cut to fit the smmmB
ptrftctlv. ahtsctich.bforyy
CLUE I ft VMM ftC:iNC:UilU-.
limit. Tho department, according to a
statement made through the United I
prPM by Secretary Ihmiels ftulay. is
especially anxious that the government I
purchase all stations used for commer
cial purposes.
''I uiu firmly convinced that the
government control of wireless i.- abso
lutely necessary to the best interests
of the nation,'' Daniels said. ''1 deem
the matter most urgent. Polav oulv
will increase the difficulties under i
which we are working; delay also will i
I mean an increased outlay to the gov1 1
i eminent when the step finally is tie
cided upon."
The navy secretary and others
pointed out today what iibsolute con
trol of wireless lias meant to Germany
and tho coutral powers, "which other
wise would be completely and totally
cut off from the rest of the world, cs
cepl for their submarines.''
TO COMMAND ASIATIC FLEET
Washington, Jan. 4. Road Admiral
Austin M. Knight, president of the
naval waiycollogo, has been appointed
commander in chief of tho Asiatic
fleet with the rank of admiral, the
navy department announced this sf
ternoon.
Admiral Winlerhalter. present com
mander of the Asiatic licet has been
assigned to dutv with the general bosrd
Cantata S. worn w ill relieve Admiral
Kuiuht as president of the war col
lego, I
SUNDAY
Drama of Patritlsm
Glorified
THE
BUGLER
OF ALGIERS
A Wondorful Bluebird
Feature
HIPPODROME
VAUDEVILLE
3
big -r
TIME .
acts
2 DAYS
-TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
IS ANY WIFE SAFE
Beatriz Michelena
IN
'THE
UNWRITTEN
LAW"
BLIGH THEATRE
horor system, and the Cubs will have no
set of training rules to conform with
the oming season, Mitchell announced
todav.
Mitchell is dead against boose, cigar
ettes rnd gambling above a 10 cent
ante, tut he will leave it up to hs men.
When any of the 3 players he intends
o keep on the roster begins to slip it 's
the discard for him. Al Demaree, Philly
pitcher, conferred with Mitchell last
night and may become a Cub by the
trade route.
Mr.rrs Fi.ckng Team.
New York, Jan. 5. Declaring that
minor league and major league ball
players arc backing him to a man in his
demands on the National association,
David L. Fultz, president of the Base
ball Flayers' Fraternity, lias announced
no p'ayers have yet been given permis
sion to sign WIT contracts. That pcr
n.'ssion will not be"given, he said, until
all filiations are settled.
TODAY
TOMORROW
TheOregonTHE BICj
uniw
Your Money's WorthAlways
VAUDEVILLE
H. B. WARNER IN THE VAGABOND PRINCE
GRACE SISTERS REFINED SINGING AND DANCING
A GOOD 2-REEL KEYSTONE
MISS VERA KITCHENER ON THE PIPE ORGAN
S
Boost for League.
Chicago, Jan. 5. President Weegh
man of the Cubs, and Owner Dunn oi
the Cleveland Indians, have become
boosters for the professional football
league, President Ban Johnson of the
American league, is Investigating the
feasibility of such an organisation.
'
J State House News
estimates
BOO,
will amount to about
Russell Knocked Out.
New Orleans, l.a-, Jan. 5. Jimmy
Hnn'on knocked out Frankie Russell in
the sixteenth round here last night.
Laflar Had High Game
and Pierce High Three
The City
show that in
week Lallar took high game with 233
points and Pierce took the highest in
three games with 671 points. High
team game was the W. 0. W., which
averaged 1021; this team also took the
highest iu three games with 2859 points
The following are the city league
averages:
(lame
Harrington 21
Doolittlo 30
Pierce 36
Laflar ii 33
B. Noud :.: 33
Kay 21
Wilson 9
Kreelaud 36
Hussy 36
Craven
Vail
II. Donaldson
Ranch
S. Idoyd
L Price
K. Price
Because the Willamette Valley Lum
bermen's association believes there
should be special demurrage rules made
regarding the transportation of logs on
the railroads, it filed a petition with
the public service commission today
asking that the rules heretofore made
by the commission be amended. The
petition states that the transportation
of logs is different from other shipping
interests and therefore rules should be
made that particularly apply. Special
rules have been made to regulate de
murrage and reciprocal demurrage in
the loading of live stock, coal, and coke
and the lumbermen wish to have rules
made for the logging work.
Bowling league records i
the games plavod last L. , ',,- ,-,, o ,, r-
' - ITO'les nt l n ci u-tint-fi t Kin with tin, mhui.
liiuuii commissioner louuy ior mo pur
pose of Jeasing, bonding and selling all
kinds of property. The home office is
Portland and the capital is $1,000. The
incorporators are John V. Hyde, W.
W. Woody and O. G. Wooten.
Spaeth und (ioss, with a capital of
$5000, filed for the purpose of conduct
ing a wholesale and retail plumbing
company. The office is at La Grande
and the incorporators are Fred Spaeth,
Henry Goss, Mary Spaeth and Elsie B.
(.loss.
Supplementary articles of incorpora
tion were filed by the Portland Automo
bile club changing the name to Oregon
State Motor""association and increased
the number of directors from nine to I
fifteen.
36
36
30
30
21
30
Whorley 27
Stiitesmnu 1")
Hill . 36
Sundin : 36
Hinges 3
T. Noud 15
Ralph 36
K. Donaldson 6
Jackson 6
rilkinton 33
Hurley 9
Pratt.... 18
Campbell 30
21
!
Lewi
Calvin ...
Sweinink
League Standing
W 1,
Printers 27 9
W. O. W 25 11
Watt Shipp 23 13
B. P. O. K 1 22
0rgon Theatre 13 23
Salem Alley 5 31
League Record
High game, Laflar, 253
High three games, Pierce, 071
High team game, W. O. W., 1021
High team thre
2S59.
The lust three u
Ave.
190
1H7
187
180
185
184
184
181
180
177
170
17.".
172
171
170
J 70
107
.107
10.1
101
159
1 57
156
154
ir,."
182
151
148
148
lit
144
185
Pet
750
694
039
389
861
139
nines, W. O. W,
- Illis week.
Eieht Persons Killed
in Oklahoma Cyclone faV tl
The total expense of the state indus
trial accident commission since it Was
organized in 1913 to December ."), 1916,
was $1 !5,045.O.'i while the total amount
received in that time was $1,789,587.83.
The administrative expense for De
cember was $1,257). 14 and the receipts
184185.4, according to tho monthly
report of the commission.
l'l to the close of business December
31, 1910. the number of non fatal ni
aidants reported was 17,459, and
total of
Cattle Situation Is
Becoming More Acute
Portland, Or., Jan. 5-The tattle
situation is becoming more acute each
day. While receipts have been quite
liberal after the exceptionally light of
fering at the week's opening, they did
no near touch the heavy demand from
all coast packers and butchers. There
has been quite a spread of common to
the 'fair grades cf beef stuff here each
17 May witti a sprinkling ot prime oeeves.
t.il'i nw. i, ..nl 1 Ml, nr n
OAK ;,,,. ik. ,u.Ukii haaM oner,.-, f. vor.vt lung is selling as soon as un-
tions. Of these eases, 11,109 were dis- i loaded and sellers are having it their
posed ot by final settlements; in 820 W W, Several buyers being after
no claim was made for compensation eu,h Pen- The common grades ot cat
in 3603 no time was lost but first aid!'le. are ls stiffening in value, there
expenses paid) 931 claims in process of I being an advance ot a good MC on all
ad jiistment, 605 rejected for cause; 214 I common to fair cattle the last few
in which monthly payments arc made 'da.- l rl,ces on all grades are expect
on account of disability still existing. r'1 ,0 mako further gains next week.
m i ue iiemaun ior iccucrs conTtniics
good, although available supplies oro
BILLIK HAS FACED
(Continued from page one.)
up a
very small, Having to be bought
tew head at a time.
The bulk of the steers sold yesterday
gallows five times. Billik's wish to ,S,(" " at 77-,i0.
take Vrzal into his family followed m.0,1,'l' .a '-, .
irw. u , .., $6. 40(. 1.25, two years ago at t7.408,
board Of m.rdons'lnst ,v,l- when he re-i tBrM -VCa" a W58, 'Ur yeatS
pudiatcd his testimony which convicted
Bitlik of the murder of Martin Vry.nl, j
"Jerrv's'' father aud four dnnirhters.
Young Vria said he was forced by the
go at $7.107.65.
St:ite Treasurer T. B.
land today on business.
Kav is in Port-
Tulsa. Okla., Jan. 5 A country
school house seven miles from Blocker,
Pittsburgh county. Oklahoma, and
about 25 miles from McAlester, county
seat, was completely wrecked and
eight persons killed by n cyclone to
day, according to reports by tele-
I .,l.,.,n '... -VI. . M.wtnr
Telephone wires from McAlester to
Miocker ore down and communication
with parties sent from McAlester to
aiva aid is impossible, All of those.
reported killed are children, five girls
and three boys.
Wrecks Many Houses.
Featherstone, Okla.. Jan. 4 A cy
clone passed between I'catherstoue and
Quinton at 11:35 a. in., today, blowing
down several houses ami crippling tele-j
graph communication. Several persons
were injured..
He Wanted to Hold
Job As President
Portland. Or., Jan. 5. E. L. MeCluro
is in iail today following his weilding
of a large knife at the public libra
ry when members of tho "over forty
five club" which was organizing at
tempted to displace him as chairman
and president.
When the lub which is for the PUr-
pose of fighting the national and local.
service age laws, met last nignr. an
attempt was made by the 200 members
present to place Fred .1. Spoeri, mana
ger of tho Pacific Telephone and Tele
'jraph company in the chair, MeCluro
took the floflt and addressed the meet
ing with a knife iu one hand and a
prered speech in the other. Ho was
disarmed and arrested.
M .1-1 . ......... .. Itll.l 'r.-tn M. .!
.UCVUIIV rtlllV n" VM iil ......
toru. vr., w iiere ne was m u v
scheme called scientific money, which
he claimed would revolutionise the cur
rency system. In early days he was a
Welti Fargo agent in a small California
city.
Percy Cupper, assistant state engin
eer, Khea Liiper, engineer for the wat
er board; James T. ChiniiQck, superin
tendent Ot wnter division jiumber two,
and Joseph MicAllister, secretary of
the desert land board, are attending
the Oregon Irrigation congress in Port
land. The sessions close Saturday.
Forty-seven fires in 25 towns in the
state was the total for December, 1916,
according to the monthly report of In
surance Commissioner Wells. The fi
nancial loss resulting from these fires
was $848,900. The month of December
was somewhat above the average for
lire loss. The largest month was Jan
uary, 1910, when the losses amounted
to about $400,000. The "47 fires are
Beggregated into city dwellings 2:'.,
(arm dwellings farm barns 3, and
the 'remainder in stores and other build
ings. All but one of the insurance com
panies have renewed their annual li
cense to transact the business of in
surance in this state for 1917 and up to
he present time over 3000 new agents'
licenses have been issued by the in
surance depnitmnt.
Within the last thirty days the in
surance department has collected in
license fees approximately $40,000.
Commissioner Wells slated he antici
pated that after the aiuual reports
ire tiled several new companies will
naineaa in this state. Dtir-
th of March insurance
companies nave to pay a tax upon tnoir
net premiums, which the commissioner
Hogs Hold Steady
Trading in the hog alleys Tuesday
..c;,i am nc ,.nL
police to testify he nan seen Billik po-jiry vn.,ev hogs which brought $10 and
$10.0.). Several bunches ot stock nogs
... r, cnl'l !'- i. ...nl'it. .v.. 47 ",11 W'.ll,
1901 when the crime was alleged to;about 000 hpad Qf k(,rs 0 ft mar.
have been committed. It was through kct yeaUrday, the demand was very
his recent statements that Billik's PO good Mid all supplies were moved rcad
dou wa3 obtained. B Thp bulk or the snU,9 at $,0,5
and $10.2o were 5-10 cents higher than
at the week 's opening.
There was another active day's trade
in the hog alleys this morning. Prices
were well in line with yesterday. Prime
liohts sold for the hulk nt l0.2fi. wihilft
on the coffee that was held to have kill
ed the Vrtals. Jerry was fifteen in I
Germany Requests
Minister's Removal
Germany has good light butchers brought around
Washington, Jan.
requested the United States govern- $10.1 5. Pigs were in good demand, the
mom to remove Minister Vopicka from best bringing $9.2; with bulk going
Bucharest. The request will probably at $H.f)0,
be granted. X The bulk of hogs sold yesterday at
The department refused to snv upon ' $10f 10.2"i; a week ago at $9.75(9.85,
w-hat Germany based her requests, month ago at $9.009.85, a year ago
though press "messages indicated tier- at $0.45r 0.55, two years ago at $7.2rfo)
mnnv was displeased at Vopicka 's i 7-3". three years ago at $7.7)08, four
work in behalf of allied interests be- ! .Veil is ago at $8. 1 0S)8.23.
fore
npicka, a wealthy (. lucagoan, was
il. m.UWa U....l.n.n4-
V'V ,"1""'"' ""'""""Ulerbid American companies by a wide
inmr'riri 'm tho liiniint'fi ntn M n t' mhm
accredited to Bumania, Serbia and fpierciflg u; and 14 inch shells for Uio
Bulgaria. American navy.
The department has not decided Tj,e lowest bidder to the navy this
whether to send him after removing afternoon is Hadfields, Limited, which
him from Bucharest. agreed to furnish 3,000 sixteen inch
' projectiles in 10 months at $513 and
HONOR MAN MISSING ..".imi fourteen inch projectiles in elev-
I en months for $350 each.
Lansing, Kan., Jan. 4. Tex Schap- ,
per, honor man. editor of the prison i TO HAVE ANOTHER SHOW
newspaper and chief exponent of the i
honor system here, had not "come
home" yet, today.
Schapper, with sixteen other honor
men, was given a holiday parole which
was up at midnight January 2. Six
teen returned a few hours ahead of
time. Schapper whose home is in Gal
veston, Texas, is still missing, and pris
on officials were considering today ad
vertising for him as an "escaped convict."
OUTBID AMERICANS
Washington, Jan. 4. Tn spite of in
creasing demand upon British muni
tions plants, a British company has mi-
Denver, Colo., Jan. 4. Colonel Wil
liam F. Cody (Buffalo Bill) much im
proved in health is in Glenwood Spring!
today, while he will rest up for a fow
days before tackling the biggest show
deal he has yet attempted,
The colonel declared last night that
I arrangements have been practically
j completed for the Jaunching of anoth
lei "wild west show," the largest of
its kind in the country, early in tho
spring. '
Since, as Lord Bacon asserts, "read
ing maketh a full man," tho city li
brary should have a vast access of pop
'ularity in these coming bone dry da vs.
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