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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2'X 1919,
The Braves of
HOI EASY TASK
. By Henry L. Farrell
' , (Uiuted J'ress staff corrpoiicleat)
'New York, Sept.' gS.HFteurra never
lie, a sage ouce Intimated. Jiut hs did
n 't have baseball in mind when he
waned wise. - ..
Ioping.. world's . terie champion,
with a pencil is' perilous pastime for
an aspirant to the
'thnse who know.'
l'at Morn 11 and Kid Gleason have'
teams filled with the winning spirit, j
Hut it U of vastly different brands.
The Kcds are keyed up through the !
championship drive with a frenzied do-!
siro to run up the first flag that has Press) A mat of 2000 gathered from
graced a Cincinnati pole in fifty three or four counties early today was
years. They were after the honor. in control of IMimright, a few miles
lue- White Sox on the other hand 'east or hero,
Mob Run Mayor, Police
Chief And Officer Out
Of Town For Strike Act
Custuiig, Okla., Sept. 23. (United
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THE BIG 4
Keep the vital organs healthy by
regularly taking the world's stand
ard remedy for , kidney, - liver,
bladder and uric acid troubles
were spurred on bv the dollar sian.
They admit that they arc money play
ers. The glory of a championship is
not new to them.
On the attack the Sox outweigh the
Beds by a comfortable margin. Headed
by Jackson, Collins, (iandil and Weav
er, has a wrecking crew that has been
hitting for .283. The Beds have only
two real hitters, Kouseh and Groh,
while the team averages around .263.
The White Sox have six above the .290
mark. -. : . .
. Jn fielding, the Beds have a slight
edge on the '.Chicago team.
On the buses the Reds have the ad
vantage. They get more out of their
hits and have fewer men stranded.
Jn pitching -the Beds have quantity
and quality. The White Sox have to be
content with, quality. Moron's hurlers,
have contributed. 72 victories to the
Red cause, while the noted trio, bear
ing the brunt of the burden for Glea
son, have turned iu 63 winning games.
Both teams have the leading south
paws in. their respective leagues in Bai
lee and Williams. Both teams have the
king right bunders in Luke and Cicotte
Rioting Joat liiirht srew out of citv
officials' alleged interference with a
telephone onexators' stride resulted in
the mayor, the chief of .police and one
policeman being forced out of town
after many shots were fired. One wo
liiau wa reported wounded during the
HIRING OF BOOZE
SLEUTHS IS HOT
PROVIDED BY LA
The Oregon statute does not authorize
district attorneys as the agent of the
county to enter into specific contracts
with "detectives" for the nurnnsA nf
Mayor -Nieodemti., Polije Chief Arj gathering evidence against violators of
d Policeman Corah, a former Texas ,. . ., ,.
Kauger, came to Oushiug last night af
ter feeing ejected from their office and
purchased additional stores of ammuni
tion. '.No reports have been received
at 8:30 thi. morning of further disturbances.
The Capital Journal
Daily Market Report
Wheat, soft whito No. 1 2
Foed oats 80c
Willin-r oats ..86c
Hav. cheat, new" 17
Five of the Red pitchers, bailee, Luquc, Hay, oats, new . $1820
tteutJier, issuer and -tiller occupy -the Mill rua ...'.- .....$43(44
mm si a rung vi xne nuuonui jeague. ) JSUtterx&t.
ladder. Cieotte and Williams are sec- Buttorfat 67c
on "".i!"1'! in lh? American league," Creamery butTeZZZZZZT;68c
while J-nck Jverr, the next ibest, bet, I
i in twelfth hole.
rb National Remedy of Holland for
eanturUaand sndorsed by Quaon WllhsU
mina. At all 'druggists, thraa si 20s.
Look lop tha lam Cold Modal w avcrv aa
aaa accept ao imllatlos
I Pork on foot 10e
Veal, fancy 2V4c
Steers .... . .. J,. '7QSi
M. 7. Athey, publisher of the Harney
coimtv News nt Burns, was calling on
stnte officials Monduy. ;
Mr. and Mrs. Joe 1'earey of Port
land' nre in the city this week, guests
at the home of their son Karl Pearcy,
3(10 Leslie ctreet.
i. K, Winchester and wife and Misn
tiCoiio Strait of Xowberg, arc visiting
at the home of Miss Evn iPerree.
Mis Helen Mcluturff of Coltaac
Orove has entered the freshman class
of. Willamette university.
Dr. and Mrs, Henry Waldo Coo- of
ortlaud were Salem visitors Monday.
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When acid-distressed, relieve the
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pleasant to take as candy. Keep
your stomach sweet, try Kl-rnoids
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iue proniomon taw, according, to an
opinion written by Justice Johns and
hunded down by the supreme eourt this
morning. The opinion is based on the
case of John Irwin vs. Klamath county.
Irwin, as district attorney, had entered
into specific contracts with "detec
tives" aggregating aproximatelv 900.
The county refused to allow the claims
when presented for payment and the
circuit court of Klamath county upheld
me county in this action. Justice John's
ojinion, whioh is concurred in by Chlcr
Justice McBride and Justice Bennett
upholds the action of the lower court.
"If the county, is liable for the air
leged services it is liable only for the
reasonable value thereof, The plaintiff
seeks to reeovor upon a specific con
tract and does not allege or prove the
reasonable value thereof,' 'the opinion
Other opinions wcre hunded down as
follows: ' . ,
W. M. Killiugsworth et id, appellants,
vs. City of Portland, ct al, appeal from
Multnomah county. Proceeding to set
nsido by writ of review certain proceed
ings uy tne- city of Portland whereby
Wo city authorized and entered upon
me improvement of Union avenue and
assessed tho cost to property in the vi
cinity. . Opinion by Justice Bennett.
Judge J. C. Kavnnaugh affirmed.
Peter Anderson vs. olumbia Contract
company, appellant, appeal from Mult
nomah county. A ppeal from Judgment
for $1050 Which Anderson obtained
against tho contract company for dam
ages done to his fisn trap by tho com
pany two boat mid btrges. Opinion by
Justice Harris. Judge " V. Gantonbein
reversed and case remanded.
Cows ...... 57
Spring lambs 10e
Kwes .-. .. . 45c
Sheep, yearlings ; .... 7
' Bggs and Poultry -
Eggs cash , 37c
Hens, live 2224
Old roosters ., Io(til0
Springs '. , 22k
Onions, ucr sack $3.00
Celery doz .. .......sl.OO
. '.... ...Jrnn
Potutoes ...i 3c
Sweet Potatoes ,(,.:.. , 8c
Oranges . $5.75T.50
Lemons, ' boi $7.508.50
Hsney, extracted 80s
Cantaloupes .,.. $1.50
Bunch beets .. 45c
Cabbage .. 3 3-4
Head lettuce .. i. 80c
Carrots . . 45c
Grapes, Malagas 10c
Grapes, Tokays ,. 20c
, Retail Fricea.
Eggs doaMh 6o(g.70c
Creumery butter , 75c
Country butter ; 67c
Flour, hard wheat $3.103.24
Portland, Or., (Sept. 2;).Butter, city
Kggs selected local ex 62(ct6e
Geeso 15c .
DAILY LIVE STOO KMABKET
Tone of market steady
Itlood to choice steers $9.5010
. Fair to medium steers $7.5O8.30
Common to fair steers $67
Choice to good cows sad heifers
Medium to good cows and heifsrs
banners $3(u4.50 .
Bulls $37 .
Calves, )S14. - - . .
Receif ts 460 -
Tone of market steady . ..
'Prime mixed 17.;"0(i 18.58
Medium mixed $17tf 17.50 .
Rough heavies $o."0(2 17. . .
Bulk 15.75(u 17 -
Tone ut murkcl stena
Prime lamb 11.50(crl2
Fair to medium lambs $U12
Wetheis $7SS . -Yenrlings
FAIL TO SEE THZ
FARM TRACTOR -;
"SHOETERIA" ' :
What is a "SHOETERIA" any way? Our "SHOETERIA" is our Economy De
partment of self service. You select your own shoes from the shelves or racks
where they are displayed uncovered, marked plainly the size and price. You save
the value of clerk's time and all shoes are priced from that standpoint and1 just
Here's Just a Few of the Prices
' LADIES ffldCS -.
Kid, lace or button :........ ........:
Kid, lace or button '.
Dark gray kid, cloth tops..
Light gray kid, cloth tops
Black kid, grey cloth tops '..
Black Patent, grey cloth top .
Black kid, black cloth tops..
AND MANY MORE
MISSES AND CHILDREN'S
Kid or Calf, butcn,5 to 8 $2.15
Kid or Calf, lace, 8 to 11 :...$2.95
Calf, lace, 8 to 11 :. $2.65
Calf, lace, 11 to 2 $3.15
Kid lace, 11 to 2 ..$3.45
Skuffers, 5 to 8 $2.45
8 1-2 to 11 .......$2.75
11 to 2 $3.85
MEN'S v." '
Black English toe welt ............. .....$4 95
Black English toe Neolin ...,..,.....:...$4.75
Brown English toe welt sole............$6.45
Tan army Goodyear welt .....'....":.....$5.95
Tan army Neolin $4.95
Gun metal, button, ? to 5
Brown with Elk tops, 11 to 2..... $4.25
Elk with Elk soles .......,...$2.95
Gun metal English, 11 to 2 $3.35
Yes, there are so many we can' only barely touch a VERY FEW of the prices.
Come, see. Look for yourself. Nobody to bother you.
. Just Help Yourself
Lots of fine new styles in Main Store Quality Guaranteed.
.. NO PROFITEER PRICES , '
: ' , ONLY AT "' ,; :
At the Electric
Littler & Upmeyer
Shoes of Satisfactory Service Sold Solely
Flaky, appetizing biscuits deep, crusty loaves of
fine grained nutritious bread delicious cakes
and pastries (MMESg Flour makes them' better.
The final test of all, the test by taste, gives
choice to (EETSOSOS Flour. Make this test yourself.' Visit the
Booths 38 and 39 in the New Pavilion
OREGON STATE FAIR
Salem, Every Day TillSept.27
v- f::A - '.
Be sure to say 'Olympic'
order flour - "r,'fct
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