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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON, THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1917.
HOW TFAIIS SIZE UP lEASTEPJJ OREGON
Boston and Chicago AbontOn
- Even . Terms -Minor
Leagne Closes Parks
July 5, 6, 7
July 7 to 14
Crops In Many Places Are
Beginning to Safer From
'; 1 n
" For', is
' ft I
ower Tire Cost
an E-ver iNUW
the oM days, tirae not only cost motoriats mora- par
tire, but wer alto to (mr - ia&mimr- to tha presont product, that
' til final cost th cost par mile waa from 50 to 100 or mora
per cant, higher than you pay now.
Unite J State Tiro the 'Royal Can', too 'Nobby", the
Chain', the 'Ueo' and the 'Plain',
a for oyery naad af -price and ne,
. , produced by the largest rubber manufacturer in the world,
produced by tha aBest.asparienced tire' manufacturer in tha
' produced by k time-triad,"excJusiTa, patented, wlcaniiing
produced of only the moat carefully (elected materials,
haye o far eclipsed every other make of tire that
Unit J State Tire arm femovtt tor their mileage-giving
mnalitiee their low cost per mile. -
The proof ? the consistent and persistent tremen
dous sales increases of United State Tires.
Unitd States Tires
Are Good Tires
A Tire for Every Need of Price and Uee
Royal Cord' 'Nobby' 'Chain' 'Uco' 'Plain'
Vnlted State TUBES and TIRE ACCK.SSO
Klh fi llnce All the Sterling Worth and Wear
that Make United btatem Tlree aupreme
111 k. XimWi
m life.--ssa u
(Continued from Page One.)
which adjourned Saturday, urged that
'gatherings of idle men be discour
aged" and that "no temnorizine meth
ods be used in handling those who will
attempt to hinder the harvest."
"I have already issued an order for
bidding street speakers to discuss war
subjects," said the mayor today, "and
since the war the police have had or
ders to watch all street, meetings and to
nid in every way possible th work of
the federal authorities."
Ask Government Aid.
Wasnington, July a. Arizona copper
companies today appealed for govern
ment aid in ridding mine districts in
tha southwest o "labor agitators and
other enemies conniving at this coun-
I HEAVEN WL HELL? !
In a telegram to Senator Ashurst, the
Arizona Shannon and Fhclps Dodge
Morenci branch copper companies ask
. that the government investigate the sit
j uation and terminate the strike.
"A small company of federal troops
would create the feeling of protection
ihat would result in the speedy return
i of the men to work, " the telegram from
1 11 1 V Wlllj.Clllll l II (. 1. . ,
"We are positive a large .majority of
our men were satisfied with conditions
and want to work, but are intimidated
by a few leaders."
Five thousand miners quit work Sun
WHERE ABE THE DEAD?
ft Hear Mr. Hay ward tonight in &
ft the tent in Marion Park.
1,000 Strikers Mobilise.
Globe, Ariz., July 5. Following mo
bilization here today of 1,000 strikers
who are massed at the Old Dominion
mine picket line, Sheriff Armer's posse
of 200 citizens has again resumed vigil
ance. They have established headquar
ters at the armory and are being drill
ed in squads in the business of loading
rifles and tho manual of arms.
Armed . guards were again stationed
on tne uia onunion property. is re
ported their personal arms have been
augmented by machine guns..
Situation is Tense.
61ober Ariz., July 5. The question of
whether federal sunnort and aid is
KAAamrtf liara tft ftonA with the 1. W
W. strike situation has been put up to
Governor Tom vampDeu Dy tne govern
ment. Thus far the governor is disposed
n nffpmnt mAdiAtion himself. . Mean-
mhiltt tha aitlintinn aftrlv todflV is SD
parently urtchanged after armed clashes
between miners and eitizens posses were
tarrowiy averrea yesieraay.
7(K) Pieces of Property In
volved and Approximately
V :J THEATRE
y bohiet heettky: keep
ktellHf ttm meu.
"Neere mm Melken' Milk-
PUH, UNIWEIT1NID. VlTsIO
A Perfect feed ebefer eeeeluu.
AT LEADING DRUGOfSTa
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
Wfii th--ni.3. -err';.: A.
3-BIg Aets-3 Sunday
, r . - mbs.V aaw -VW w. '' '.All
lacoma, wasn., July 6. Tne com
plaint in the suit to condemn 35,000
acres of the 70,000 acre cantonment site
at American Lake, filed by J. T. 8.
Lyla, special counsel for Pierce coun
ty, today, is two inches in thickness
end has kept 41 employes busy for
weeks in its preparation.
There are 700 ' Separate pieces of
property in the first 83,000 acres, and
approximately 1,600 defendants.
It is probable the biggest condem
nation suit in extent of land covered,
ever brought in the United States, and
the biggest but one in point of money
value, the Croton dam suit in New
York, merely running into money.
It will take a map 12 by 18 feet
big enough to carpet a good-sized liv
ing room to show it to the court.
Sixteen stenographers have been
kept busy in the preparation of the
first half of the suit. Two crews of
appraisers, one for property and one
for improvements, have been in the
field for six weeks and are not nearly
through yet, four draughtsmen have
been working Bteadily at maps, and nine
rooms in the Tacoma building are
crowded with typewriters, draughting
tables and filing cases.
Every house.-every barn; every chick
en coop big enough to be called a
structure, on the 35,000 acres, has been
measured, and many of them have been
photographed. The nature of the soil
on every tract has been studied.
I.yle hopes to get into court on the
first suit some time in August.
The land is to be used by the war de
partment as a permanent training camp,
the largest in Ameriea.
No Flossy Uniforms
for Reserve Officers
San Francisco, July 5. Those boys
at the Presidio reserve officers' train
ing camp who erstwhile strutted about
in leather puttees and floBsy uniforms
got a jolt today. Colonel Fred Sladen,
commandant, issued an order positively
forbidding any student to wear at any
time any detail of uniform except that
of a private.
Leather puttees are barred, while
shirts and collars are barred, tailored
uniforms are barred. Nothing but the
common' or garden uniform of a private
will be permitted, canvass leggings
Furthermore, some of the company
commanders have issued orders forbid
ding the men to smoke from the first
formation in the morning until noon.
bhcrman was right, say the students.
By H. C. Hamilton
, (United Press staff correspondent)
New York, July 5. Just as the aver
ages are daily. proving, figures of the
half season mark toilny show that -in
the American leagne Boston and Chi
cago are working toward tho same end
with such concentration that there is
little difference in. their accomplish
ments. However, by using the same process
of figuring, with the Phillies and Gi
ants tho subjects, the Phillies should be
leading the National league.
including all games the champion
Bed Sox have scored 245 runs, have hit
safely 513 times, have accepted 2, 044
chances in the field and have perpe
trated 86 errors. As a scoring machine
and as a hitting force the White Sox
show slightly more punch at this stage
of the drive, but otherwise there is
little to choose between the teams.
The Giants have scored -24 runs;
have accumulated 516 hits, have accept
ed 2.427 fielding chances and have 90
errors charged against them.
The Phillies hare scored 263 rims,
have hit safelv 530 times, have accept
ed 2.435 fielding chances but havo com
mitted a total of 90 errors.
Leonard to Meet Kilbane
New York, July 5. Benny Leonard,
liirlitwatahi-. plinmmon. and Johnnv Kil
bane of Cleveland, will meet in a six
round bout in Philadelphia July 23.
Tl.a lirt,.t nriintinllv nlfimied for Julv
23, was changed following a conference
of the fighters' manager, ino purse
Kome. July 5. Kcports from
Vienna received here today -stated
that an official manifesto
has been i?nel in that city in
an effort to allay the alarm of
Austrian caused by the Kus
The Turee I League Quits
n,;.. .Tnlv S The Three 1 leaene,
one of the oldest in the country will
close its parks Sunday. A general lack
i :n.nt nwiilff n thn WflT' llll Cttllh-
111 nuclei, -
ed a loss of $25,000 to the organization,
President A. K. Mearney sum iuu.
Tinntnn HnrBor. Mich. tans were
practically agreed today jfeat Georgo
(Knockout) urown -won u mimic, m ..."
ton round bout with Phil Harrison here
yesterday afternoon. ,
t:.. w;. PiI.Iia ATnhn. is recoV-
erimr today from tho Fourth of July
celebration he otrerea iiryan uuwucj,
of Columbus, Ohio, here yesterday af
Th Milwaukee wcltcrweiuht
took a licking in each of the ten rounds
rnr. Hl.-8i.ike Kcllof Chicago
Tommv Khcehan of Chicago
un;i,f. lifrhtwi'itrhts. drew in" their
ten round bout here yeatfday --after-
noon. .. :,-.r'':; .
Dubuque, la. Tommy Kreig of Mans
field, Wis., ana aiior joe -mj
... wi..nia in a draw here. 00
i i'...i... if Philnriftlnhia. was' stop-
ped in the ninth round when he sus-
tainea a uruncu -
Jack Rose of JqiiwauKce.
TTt. Tnlr Will .A nf OhlOfl
no, broke his right hand in the second
round of his scheduled fifteen round
n with Al Youne of UKianoma, nero
yesterday afternoon, but refused to
Un 'hid nn Htt tntised the aponee
qui, wuuu v..-
in the ring. The referee stoppod the
bout in the eighth.
T T Unn Neil. . St. Paul
I Till, JO. " 1 J ' ,
lightweight, hit Harry Cook, local negro
lightweight, so hard in the sixth round
that the black was out for twenty min
n -nrah Horn Andorson. Se-
attlo lightweight, held Eddie Campi,
Pacific coasi ibiiim-s. ,
t a. draw in their four round bout here
Omaha, Neb. Marin Plestina, Oma
ha, last night won from Henry Orde-
mann, jviinncapuu, "
Time twenty three and fourteen min
Oakland, Cal. Charlie Moy earned
the decision over Jimmy Dundee in a
Crops are beginning to burn in (he
district surrounding lone, eastern Ore
gon, according to the railroad crop re
port for tho week ending June 30,
which has been received at the Oregon
Public service commission.
The statement from Tone is to the
effect that there has been no rain there
for some time and that, as a result, th?
country lacks moisture. The extent of
tho grain burning is estimated at about
two per cent and it is expected that
considerable damage will result unless
tho crops have moisture to mature and
fill out. -I
From Condon, the report is not much
I better. It states there is no moisture
i there and that the weather has been
i hard on wheat and barley. This con-
dition is estimated to affect the yields
J from ten to twenty percent.
I Shaniko has had no rain and much
iis needed. Hcppner has had no pre
cipitation and" the soil is dry although
the condition of the crops is reported
At The Dalles, the winter wheat
acreage is below normal while tho
acreage of spring wheat is above
normal no account of prevailing east
winds for practically two weeks. Tho
weather is good but rain is badly
In the vicinity of Wasco the ground
is getting quite dry and the wheat is
commencing to dry in the shallow
ground- If rain comes this week it is
believed no special damage will result.
The report from Moio (dates the Boil
is getting very dry and that tho wheat
needs rain badly. On .thin land and
poor summer fallow the wheat is bad-
will -speak tonight in the tent
in Marion Park on "The Resur
rection." You will want to hear
Dedicating Portland's Grand
SPECIAL FARES TO, PORTLAND
For these events from Oregon Electric Ry. points.
Ticket Sale daily July 6 to 13
Hear the Festival Chorus of 250 Voices and tho
Portland Symphony Orchestra of 60 pieces .
Prominent Educators in attendance at the Educa
tion Association Convention. Hear the Symposiums 1
on Civil and Military Service and Preparedness.
Tickets sold by conductors on trains
from non-agency points.
J. W. RITCHIE, Agent
Vacation Fares to Claisop Beach
MANY IN SALEM ' r "T
TRY SIMPLE FIXTURE
Many Bnlem poople are surprised
Some Good Races
On Yesterday's Program
ly damaged as the weather has been
dry and hot tho past week.
Bond states the soil there is Very dry
and tho crops need moisture. It is ex
pected that the fruit will do well; hay
U tidSiiir cut.
.. -ft ... . . . - ml lw. it.it- i , i-
At. i ji. iit-nnrin there nas neen no ruin uivi-, ut.n ul buiiimu oacib-
iiii.rn t.ai-H, glycerine, etc.; as mixod in
Adlcr-i-ka. Thia.simplo remedy acts on
140TH upper and lower bowel, remov
ing such surprising foul matter that
ON K SPOON'FWv relievos almost ANY
In Baker there has been no rain and iiAfeh constipation, sour stomach or
it is predicted a continued luck will j gns. A few doses often relieve or pre
have a bad effect on the dry farmer. vent appendicitis. A short treatment
Other plsces arc having a dry spell but i holps chronic stomach trouble. The
mniAirar, easy action or AUlor-l-jia
is -astonishing. J. C. Perry, druggist. :
r'mcoijioi nt ion
iThtv place of
and the soil is dry in places and in
others too wet for working. Tho fall
grain is growing nicely and the spring
grain showing up "better than the prev
are not suffering.
State House News
The races nt the Fourth of July cole
bration held at the fair grounds yestcr
day showed some fast trotters and i
pacers. In the first Taco, a- free-for-all
trot, the time was 2:15 3-4 for the first
heat, and 2:15 1-2 for the second heat.
AH the races were won in two straight
heats, although they were the best two
in three. i
B and M (Mnuzey) ............ 1
Hallio B (Swisher) 2
Complete (A. G. Smith) 3
Lottio Ansel (Woodcock) 5
Mark H (Cook) 5
Time, 2:15 3-4, 2:15 1-2.
Captain Mac (Woodcock) ...... 1
Lena Patch (Brown) 2
Helen Mistletoe (Parker) 3
Ruth Hal (Brain) 4
Kinney Wave (Cook) 5
Time, 2:13 1-2, 2:13.
Hazel Patchen (Miller) ., , 1
Cavaliet Gale (Swisher) 2
Jet Lock (Gill) 3
Salem Boy (Mauzey) 5
Sontr Sparrow (Martin) ........ 4
Catherine (Both) 6
Time, 2:18, 2:19.
King Zolock (Brain) 1
Jennie May (Lindsey) 2
Helen Hal (Smith) 3
Captain Mae dr.
Time, 2:17 14, 2:15.
Secretary of State Olrott Ins receiv
ed a bulletin issued by the postmaster
general regarding tho licpior laws that
Went into effect Julv 1 concerning the
aendins' of advertisine matter into
states whore advertisiu'r of liquor and
soliciting of orders is prohibited. The
bulletin states that congress has pass
ed a law that forbids depositing or car-
ringo in tho mails of matter containing
either advertisement of or solicitation
of orders for intoxicating liquor when
addressed to any place or point in any
state or territory in which it is romm-
don either to advertise or solicit orders
The post office asks information con
cerninir tho liouor laws of tho stnte of
' I Oregon so that man matter auiiressvu
here can bo regulated.
Articles of Incorporation were filed
with the corporation commissioner this
morning as follows:
The National Home Building com-
1 pany of Vancouver, Clarke county,
2 i Washington, which engages in a gen
4'eral contracting businoss, filed a doc
s' laration of intention to do business in
5 1 the state of Oregon. Tho placo of busl
6'ness is Portland and the capital $20,-
The Congregational Church Building
1 society of New York, also filed a decla
3 1 ration of intention to do business iu
2 Oregon, particularly to build meeting
houses, parsonages and to proinole
evangelical knowledge. The placo of
business is the, .Lenox hotel, Portland, i
For the purpose of preserving and
protecting the motion picture industry
fast four round bout at Emeryville.
Vmnlr Ttfirrien ii. Canadian middleweight
battered Battling Ortega all over the i in Oregon, the Motion Picture Kxhibit-
ring in four rounds. ors League of Oregon filed articles ot
with a capital of .-HSU.
business is Portland and
iiicoi poiotois are W, A. (! mopo.,
W, A. Kyres and John Adams.
The II. and 11. t-liingle company filed
to deal in lumber uiid shingles In (Jluu
sidii 'witli a "capital of 'ifc'iOOtiy The incor
porators are ( liurU-s K,. Harwood, De
lona C. llurwood and C. J, Howard. .
For tho purpose of advancing tha
scicnccol' oHteoUhy, tho, Oregon Osteo
patliits association filed articles with a
capital of $10H.!t5. The incorporators
are Dr. C. A. Pengra, Portland, presi
dent; Dr. Mary Uowells, Albany, vice
president; Mary Giles secretary, and
Dr. K. M. iiobeits, Nalem, treasurer.
Resolutions increasing tho capital
slock of tlio Pacific, Waste company
from 2.".nn(l to f0.0'0 were filed.
LITTLE SUPPORT TOR MONARCHY
Washington,' July 5. That tho at
tempt to establish a monarchy in Cliiuu
may fail was indicated in state depart
ment messages today saying tho ninth
was not extending as great support tu
the emperor as anticipated.. Borne of
tho leaders, tha messago said, who hud
been listed as monarchists had not full-
en into lino.
stimulates tho digestive organs to ac
tion no that the food that enters the
stomach is digested and assimilatud.
Hold only by us, Otic and $1.00. Capital
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not only unpleasant but even dangerous.
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