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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. THURSDAY, AUGUST 14. 1919.
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TtWJif.WJ- 'Nubt' 'Chain
For Our Roads
We need a tire that's sure one that
holds the car on the road with a firm, per
That's the Nobby
Notice how those big, husky nobs zig
zag so as to hold firmly against skid or
They do it too !
And beneath them is a casing that is
literally packed with the endurance and
strength that mean long wear.
You'll find the 'Nobby' not only in a
class apart ns an anti-skid,
but also in low mileage cost.
Yuu needn't hesitate about buying any
of the five different United States Tires.
They're all good.
We have exactly the ones you need for
United States Tires
Cjooq 1 ires
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I K XT'
Radical Change In Policy
Toward Mexican Outrages
Made By State Department
We know United States Tires Are GOOD Tires-THAT S
WHY WE SELL THEM,
G. G. Quaekenbush
Salem Vulcanizing Works, (W. M. Hughes)
Lilly Hardware Company, Stayton.
; A. k Bones, Turner, Oregon.
C. G. Miller, Jefferson, Oregon.
W. J. Pierson & Son, Marion, Oregon.
Rickreall Trading Co., A. R. Cadle, Rickreall, Ore.
rone cms hue:
Ifl ARMY FOOD PRICE
Reductions Forced By Dealers
Who Attempt To Meet
Wii.hingti.il, Ai'i. I3 '.Ndtired pric
es iim thiiH'i'H vf the fond ( nidurtu on
hU li)- the in 111 v mniui,npol today
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T,imatoi' iiiniilicr ;"'.(, n.tu, from 11
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to It ci-nla.
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''Ptilt to 3:1 fCItt.
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gnr iMir.-d hami from HI v,.nt to
.lU'liIi- han- Iiimi nddi d t l!n rom
iiiiid.tin limn) t 25 m'hh a (.aHon or
t ken of IB jiill.ii,
.iiri'iary linker," it ,m otntnl to
diir, thoriiiiKiily i;in.v(d tlip io!iv
of reviving war di'inrciu'ut quotatinm
from time to time to keep th priee
brnm t(lljse rhar:,'it bv re taileri.
Su f'li'-i will not b.v hv tending in
OfdiT. prior to relu-tnii, the direet
or of Mlei aniioime ,1 H,n( ,rire eKnrg
ril ihiinici)ilitie n pt,: ins stern will
be those ruling t the tims of fhipinrNt.
ni!, from 37
1 1 1 1 R riomiil.
Wasliiuton, Aui It. TUri-at of a
"radieal chauge in puller w ith r. 2ard
j to M vito" via made iu rixntationa
I tu the t'arraims gmernmeLt fo!iuinu
I the tuunter v( IVt-r t'atruiu, aiiineii
J fail, on Jul v 7, the state department air
I unuuet d tiJr.v.
The note to the (arrauza Kovernmeut
as aeut by (ieoiije T. huiuiia'rlein.
ehaige d 'affairs of the .iueriiau eni
lnv.y at Aleiieu City.
It ar:'d of the thaui;t' in the poiiey
should the "Uvea of Aiuoriean ritizeus
i-ontiaueto remain uasife and these uiur-l
deis eontiuue by reasuu of the uuniil '
iiigiiesii or inability of the Meiieuu gov-l
ertiinent to afford adequate iirotee
The uote read:
"With refeieme to the emba&ay'a
note duted July l(i, relative 10 the mur
dei of IVter 'niriiu near alles, Han
louis l'otoiii, 011 or about July i last, 1
have the honor tu iuform you that I am
now under telegraph iiistruetiima from
iy govei niiieiit to ure upon the Mi-xi
ean ove:"uueut the lujituied and Jiuu
ishmi'lit of those resonsible for this
tutirder and the adoption ot adequate'
iiieasuns to revet a reeurreuee of the
mincer of Aineriiiiii ritir.eus.
"I run iilto iimtiui'ted to atate that
)iuu'J thu Uvea of Amerirau eiti.i'in
eontiuue tu rriuaiu u nan fa no ;!iee
murders eo. tiuue by reason of the un-
williiigueiui ur inability of the Mexiean
ijoMTiiiiieiitto ul'fiii'd adenuate protee-
tiuii, my govei niueut may be 1 01 heed to
ndo;it a radieal ehaumi iu its poliiy.
with ret;ardtu Meiico." I
The uote wan, sent July 2i. I
The idute depart ineiit ,iu publishiu
the note with a reply from the Mexlesn
LEWIS TO GIVE WHOLE
TIME TONEW DUTIES
Secretary Of Growers Asso
ciation Resigns From Col
('. I. Lewis, who ha for the paat It
years been associated with the Oregon
Agricultural college as eliief of division
of liortleulture, has resigned hi position
with the rullego and is devoting all bin
time to the field-work of the Oregon
tirowers Co-operative association.
In severing Ilia connection with the
eollege, Mr, l.enis took into consider;; -tion
lh fact that he could do greater
work for the fruit growers of Oregon
and especially tlio Willamette valley,
by lulling over the field work 0f the us
sueiution, than by continuing with the
Ou ncpouut of the active farm work
now going on, Mr, Lewis snys Unit dur
iug the pnsl two weeks not ninny meet
inga have been hiild to interest fruit
growers iu the Kssoiiatiun. However,
ut at meeting held Jaat eveuiug lnl
Ins, every apple grower present aigned
with the asawiatiou nnd it is estimated
thnt tbia season from IU to li carloads
of apples from the, vicinity of Dtillni
will bit liaiMlled by the Maocintion.
(ironera of apples at Me.Minuville,
Hheridan and Corviillis have aigned up
with the nssociutiou tmd it is now esti
mated, Mr. Lewis auid, that from -Ul to
.'Hill carloads of apples will be bundled
this fall by the assoeintion in conjunc
tion with the Willamette Valley Fruit
It is also estimated by Mr. Lewis that
in a nut her year from til) to 70 per cent
of the apples grown between Portland
ami lioseliurg will be bundled through
the association, with headiiuartera at
Sr.leui. It is also estimated Unit with
in two years fully 1IW0 ears of apples
nil! be handled through the community
housen of the association.
A fruit growers service lias been eip
tnlilished, one of the first iu this part
of the northwest. Mr. .Kish, who will
have his main office in Salem, will de
vote all hia time to traveling among the
growers and giving general advice, be
sides assisting iu material ways. He
.will, have charge of geneinl inspection
KtnndardiKutioii is one of the main
points in fiuit growing that will be con
sidered by the association, It is well
known, Mr, Lewis stiys, that ataiulaid
i.r.tioii brings right prices, and the sys
tem that lias beea so successful 1 Yak
ima and Wenatehee, will be established
Iu this district.
government, explained its action was
taken "in view of tho loitjf series ai
murders anj outrages of American eltt
zens iu Mexico, culminating in the mur
der of I'eter Catron in fati Luis l otosi
last month and the perpetration of oth
er nets in disregard of Americaa lives
and projH'rty. "
The Mexican reply dned July 28, was
signed by Salvador Diego Kernandei.
This uote said that the Mexican govern
ment is doing its best to protect Amer
icans and other foreigners.
Many foreigners, it was said
"through ignorance, the lack of pru-
deuce, or rash eagerness for profit ven
tured to remain or to travel in danger
ous region, thereby incurring the risk
of becoming the victims of of lenses and
even trusting to escape offenses be
cause of their being foreigners."
The note charged that pev masters of
petroleum companies iu the Tampieo re
gion have refused offers of escort on
the ground that the.eacorts attract reb
els, or trie escorts members do uot be
"These are unfounded assertions,"
the not charged. "Moreover, the rela
tion which has existed between those
same petroleum companies and the reb
els is notorious ,it being ilso susiectod
thnt there huve been cases in which the
paymasters were in accord with the
In conclusion the note states .that
the Mexican government desires to give
every sort of guarantee of safety.
"In view of these facts," it was
said, "the menace embraced in your
note has surprised the Mexican govern
ment, all the more so since it seems
strange That it should be exacted that
even in depopulated regions human life
should be protected in a more perfect
manner than iu the most populous cities
of tho most cultured countries where
bloody crimes often occur without the
respective governments thereby becom
ing the object of severe observations."
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fji'w York, Aug. 14. Following 11 col
lision with the Norwegian steamer John
Winner early today, the 1'niled Slates
shipping board steamer l'oint Judith
was proceeding 0". her way uninjured,
according to wireless messages to the
naval communication department here.
The Winner proceeded to this port.
WILL COMMAND OREGON
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Los Angeles, Cal Aug. I I. Announ
cement litis been made here that Captain
Ivan C. Wettinglll, commander of the
cruiser Montana, will assume comnir.nd
of the battleship Oregon when resi
dent Wilson reviews the fleet at Rnn
Francisco". Wettingill is now taking the
Montana to Bremerton navy yard,
where he will transfer to the Oregon.
DEATH or DAVID M. CBAHAM JR.
The David M. fi:'ih ims hnd the mis
fortune to lose their infant son, David
M. Crnhnin Jr., who was hern prema
turely on August 6. The child died on
.Sunday night, Ai'iiut '('. Interment
will be made at ' Niil":n t.ii'ny in the
(Irnhnni family plot in I. U O. F. cem
nleiv Mr. Ciuliiim will ronvev the
iliody to the capital uty this morning,
going vin the Oregoi huetrie. Mrs. t.
A, Hiirden will accompany Mr. (Irahani
on his and errand. Kugciie liegister.
S.ji Frnneisco-Vrinee Leopold, aris
tocratic cat, died from an uuexiu'cted
cold linth administered by an hale
neighbor. Leopold's owners have filed
suit for U" against the neighbor.
New York It took Hoy V. Conger
nearly three hours n reach his office
from his home in 'Vest Hampton by
train. He now commutes by sirplnne in
half an hour.
BOUND COAST LEAGUE
(B V lilted Press)
forced Young, Rath to Kopf. Friseh
flew to Koush. No runs, one hit, no
Cincinniiti Daubert flew to Kauff.
(Iroh poped to Friseh. Roush flew to
Kauff. No runs, no hits, no errors.
New York Chase singled. Kauff;
forced Chase, Wingo to Kopf. Zimmer-j
niaa fouled to Daubert. McCtirly singled!
Hath threy out Toney. No runs, two
hits, no errors.
Cincinnati Neale flew to Knuff.
Kopf safe on Chase's error and took
second ou a wildMhrow by Chase. Chase
got- two errors. Magec flew to Young.
Wijyro was purposely passed. Ring flew
to Kauff. No runs, no hits, two errors.
New York Burn und Young singled.
Fletcher flew to Roush. Doyle batted
for Friseh and was purposely walked.
Baud ran for Doyle. Chase singled,
scoring Burns. One run, three hits, no
ROLL OF HONOR
The following casualties r.ro reported
by the commanding general of the
American Expeditionary Forces:
Killed in Aetioii 4
Died from Wounds It!
Died of Accident and Other Causes 21
Died of Disease 6
Wounded Severely , .13
Wounded (degree undetermined).... "0
Wotnsded Slightly 38 1
Total 138 !
Klaus Uroothuis, Grand Rapids Mich.
Charles B Hnys, Bnrdstowns Ky.
Joseph 1'eireault (Quebec Camilla,
Jim Boy Lee, Wiunsboro Tex.
George H Martin Chicago. Ill,
The following casualties are reported
by tho commanding geuerul of tho Auier
icnii Expeditionary Forces:
Killed in Action 2
Died from Wounds 4
Died of Accident and Other Causes 14
Died of Disease 7
Wounded Severely 1(4
Wounded (degree undetermined).... 18
Wounded Slightly 37
Massing in Action 1
Total number of casualties to date, in
cluding those reported above:
Killed in Action (including 382
at sea) K4,4no
Died from Wounds 13,90S
Died of Disease 23,327
Died of Accident and Other
Cuuses '. 5,171
Wounded in Action (over 85 per
cunt returned to duty) 21.1,822
Missing in Action (not including
prisoners release and return
Total to date
Killed l:i Action.
Nathan R Moore, Cusey Ark.
Stephen Kberle, Portland, Or.
Died of Wounds.
Horace W Barnes, Fort Wnyne lad.
Randall I, York, (Siddings Tex.
Victor I.iebensperger, Kmiuis Fa.
Frank K Morton, Alma City Mina.
Died from Accident and Other Causes.
Orville O Burkitt, Hartford Mieh.
Frank Chavis, Del Norte Colo.
tieorge tl Kemmerley, Lanesster Fa.
Harry W l.ongdoti, Perry Iowa.
Joseph l Menten, Flint hill Mo.
James I) Norris, Helton Mo.
Anti Snastamoinen, West Park Ohio.
Antoui Saltan, Philadelphia Pa.
Walter W Schobel, Columbus Tex.
Daniel F Madden, Sanalito (.'!.
Oliver G Otto, Pleasnntville Pa.
Joseph K Smith, Wnlkerville Mont.
Died of Disease.
Walter C Manley, Diekso i Tenn.
Died from Accident and Other Causes.
Edwin Jones, Moscow Ta.
John V O'Rourke, Kansas City Mo.
Died of Disease.
Albert M StiiiigerAkrou Ohio.
Lon.e Williams, Cullodon G.
Jr.sper Paul Bittle, Chesteif ield 8 C.
I'eter W Jones, Pa'estinc Ark.
Frank McVeigh, (Irnnd Rapids Mtnav
Michael Moore, Astoria N Y.
European Workers Declare
U.S. Labor Too Conservative
San Francisco, When a man loses all
his clothes iu a pker game he has keen
crim! ta hit nife, Juje Naurs so de
cided in gmiitine divorce t Mr.
Jepli S, list. h.
Paris, Aug. 14. American labor is too
conservative, in the view of Kurnpcan
Speaking of Samuel (lumpers, presi
dent of the American Federation of La
bor, Jesn Lutigiiet, French deputy and
Pan Luiopena labor leader, said today:
"Uonipers is too roiiser stive. We
are uuable to reach comniou giound for
action, I find him entirely out of sym
pathy with our cause."
The wide gulf separating the ideas,
aims, plans and methods of American
and riuroiean liibor, so clearly cmpha
sired at the recent international con
ference ia Amsterdam has been even
more eleaily demonstrated since tioni
ier come to Pnrm. He and the French
'l;.borite cannot attain a euuimoii view-
' UoiBper was here conferring ith
(members of the American pence com
'niisniim as well tHe French lahcritc.
Yesterday's winners: Vernon,
land San Francisco, Uis Angeles.
Home Runs: Mussel, Vernon; Killi
fer Les Angeles.
Wheezer T)''U allowed the Hiwashes
only (wo hits t d the Tigers hit hard
anil often, taking the game, 7 to A.
Isiuie Guisto was the only bright
spot ill the Oaks f'uf one win over the
Beavers. His single started the Oak
land virtorv anil his two sensational
'catches kept the Portlanders beaten.
Bill Rodgers blnnics the Seals' de
feat of the Yipperi to the fset that he
was out of the game three innings, try-
jing to collect $1,500 from the Siwashcs
for the '"boot" in the game.
' -NEW YORKERS CAPTURE
(Continued from page one)
Daubert fouled to MeCnrty, Oroh fan-
ned. No runs, no hits, bo error.
New York Friseh grounded to Dau
I tu.rt 1Ci,i,f threw out Chrue. Kinu
threw out Kauff. No runs, no hits, no I
Eleventh Inning. !
Cincinnati Friseh thrw out Rmih,j
INesle singled. Kopf flied to Young.:
I Friseh threw out Mr. gee. No runs, one
' hit, tio errors.
New York Ring threw out Zimntrr
linsn. McCarty flew to Neale. Ring
threw out Toney. No runs, no hits, BO
j Twslitu Inning.
j Cincinnati Wingo flew to . Kauff.
Zimmerman threw out Ring. Rath flew
jout to Yoking, No runs, no hits, no er
Near York Bums singled. Young
forced Burns, Ring t Kpf, Fletcher
Killed in Action. j
Sidney R James, Gloucestershire Eng. j
Jesse L Collins, TunneKoii W Va. j
Leo Knlaezynski, 'Milwaukee Wis.
Nikita Troychuk, New Y'ork N Y.
Died of Wounds.
Joseph M Maness, Hedulia Mo.
Carl C Euderlin, Pittsburgh Pa.
Howard M Folcnult, Baraga Mich.
Bennir R Jones, Connersville Iud.
William D F Stewart, Newport R I.
Alva Allen, Blimmfield lud.
Charles E Avery, Benton III.
Clifford P Blanehat, Eminiehiw Wash
Fred Casehecr, Jnnesville Minn.
John S Delaney, New York N V. t
Ramon R Gretsinger, EHsworlli t'W
tion Ohio. -
Edward 4 Hunt, Johnsonvillc N Y.
William F Seyforth, Florence Station
III. . - " ' ; '
Jessie Silcox, Debusk Va.
Thomas Wojewoda, Chicago 111.
Died from Accident and Other Causes.
Charles Blair Mnthews, Bridgeport
George L Brown, Clarksville Ark.
I-awrcnee Raymond FitH, Stanley
Irwin B Gililtle, Palmyra fa.
Ctesar Norman, Meriwether 8 C.
Jos.'ph P Connor, Bridgewater Mass.
Frnncisea J Cordovat Chainlet N M.
Jay E. Kverett, Forest Grove Mont
Hurry C Frederick, Berwiusdnie Pa.
Walter A Havron, Panama ill.
William M Simons, Tengue Tex.
Otis A Wet., Shelbyville.
Died from Accident and Other Cause.
Jesse tanfield. North Augusta 8 C.
Peter JJohnson, Boston Mass.
Bernaid J Mullen. Milton Wis.
Albert Maurone, Philadelphia Ta.
Andy II Bergerson, Sundvor Norway.
George R Birkrtt, Washington 111.
Frank Vecerka, Oxford Iowa.
Walter E Wagers. Warren Ohio.
Joha Lovelv, Syracuse N Y.
Died of Disease.
John Brows, Casey 111.
Imagine a Rheumatic Riding
Even the thought of horseback riding Is agonizing to
the rheumatic. He feeln as tho be NEVER, NEVER
could do it again. BUT!
I'.HEl'MACHOI. has so thorolr restored so msnv. many
supposedly hopeless cases to a condition where all sort
of sthlotlc activities were really a pleasure again. Hun-'
dri'ds of testimonials tell us that.
'I feel glad t have Imprevett as mm-h as t have. I spsak
in the hisriMt terms of the medicine.'' writes Mrs. Emma
leentan of Urand Junction, Colorado.
rou. too. nisy find relief in PHEt'MACHOU that marvel
ous blend of nature s sifts and setntlftc accomplishment,
mad In Idaho Springs. Colorado, wh.r rheumatics
throng to dip and sip the tterWicent hot and cold mineral
waters that bubble up from lh heart of Ihs Hockics.
HHECMACHOL contains the curative prnpsrtles of these
watets plus sclenttfti ally added chemicals. It Is not a
cure-all. but I!HEL"M.VCHOL Is positively naranteed for
alt sorts of rheumatism. Get a 1:4 k-tlt from your
druaaist today. , , .
On Sale.ia iNilem at J, C. Perry Pharwafy.The Red Cross
Pharmacy. Crown Druir Co.. c'entral PWmirr. William