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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1919.
PLANT TO CEASE
ROAD WORK SOON
With the coming of unfavorable
weather for road work and paving, the
. Marion county paving plant is about, to
be stored for tho season. For the pusv
few wraka the plant has been working
on Hip 8alemlTurner-Btaytoii road and
lias completed tho paving eg far as tho
Bell place; about, three miles from the
penitentiary. - '
' After paving all the road bed pro
pared on. thla road, other work to be
. done this fair will be in the way of
' patching on the Kilverton road and also
ou the road letldiug to tho poor farm.
There is a stretch of road near tho Bell
place towards Turner where the base
has boon laid und within the next week
or as soon as tho weather permits, this
will be surfaced.
During the past summer about six
miles of road has been paved by thv
.county plant. About 2Vi miles of this
was on the road between Salem and
Liberty and about 8 Mi miles on the Su-lem-Tnrner
road. As yet the figures
liavo not been carried out to give a cor
rect estimnto of what those roads have
cost the county per mile. During the,
working season from 30 to 33 men have
bc a employed. )
In addition to the six miles of paving
laid, the county has been at great ox-:
peine in preparing the three miles of cut
olf road, surveyed by the stte engineer
to avoid the Jackson Hill on the Jef
tvrmn Wav.. This road leaves the main
mint at the 'Suuriyside school house and
rims through r. heavv timbered country
mid hills that required deep excavating.
This cut off has now about ull been
completed, ready for paving and surfac
ing next spring and will be one of tho
scenic drives of this part of the Pacific
; highway. The old stage route over tho
jHckson Hill,- famous ns tho highest
point between ' tho mountains to tho
smith ami Portland will soon bo onty a
memory and those living in that section
will probably build cross roads to con
nect w'ilh tho highway. ,
With tho coming of the spring of 1920
tho county eourt will have throo paving
plants working on market roads. Tho
good roads program culls for 125 mtlos
of paved roads within tho coming five
years and .1. miles of traded roads. As
yet no plans have been made as to
where the early paving will begin next
spriug. . f ..
Chicago Gondii singled. Risberg flew
to Dolisch. Schalk up. Hehalk forced
Oaiidil, Groh to Rath. Wilkinson forced
Kclmlk, Rath Unassisted. No runs, one
hit, no errors.
Cincinnati Rousch up. Rousch. flew
to Felsch. Buucun up. Duncan singled
to center." Kopf up. Dinican out steal
ing, Schalk to Risberg. Kopf out, Ris
berg to Gondii. No' runs, one hit, no
:. . Sixth Inning.
Chicago J. Collins up. Collins flew
to Rousch. E. Collins up. E. Collins
safe at first when Reuther knocked
down his drive but unable to field the
bull ia time. Weaver up. Weaver sin
gled to right, sending E. Collins to sec
ond. Jackson up! Jackson out, Dau
bert unassisted. E. Collins went to third
and Weaver to second. Felsch up. Felsch
flew to Neale. No runs, two hits, no
Cincinnati Neale up. Neale Bingled
to center. Wingo up. Wlngo fanned.
Ho looked over the last one. Reuther
up. Reuther singled to right, Neale go-
ingto second. Rath up. Rath lined to
Risberg and Neale was doubled at sec
ond, Risberg to E. Collins, the first
double play ofth e series. No runs, two
Us. no errors.
Chicago Gondii up. Gandil flew to
Neale. Risberg up. Risberg out, Hath
to' Dnubcrt. Schalk up. Hchalk out,
Groh to Daubert on a roller.- No runs,
no hits, nocrrors.
Cincinnati Daubert up,-. Daubert hit
a triple into the crowd in right "field.
Groh upi Groh singled to center scor
ing Daubert. Rousch up. Rousch safe
at first on Gandil 's. error on Weaver's
throw. Groh went to third on the play.
Duncan hit to Risberg who threw to E.
Collins forcing Rousch. Groh scored
during the P'ay. Kopf forced Duncf.ii
at second, Risberg to E. Collins. Kopf
out at first, E. Collins to Gandil. Two
runs, two hits, one error.
Chicago Wilkinson up. MeMullen
butting for Wilkinson. McMullin sing
led. J. Collins up. J. ."Collins flew to
Duncan. K. Collins up. K. Collins flew
to Rousch. Weaver up. Weaver flew
to Rousch. -No runs, one hit, no errors.
Cincinnati Lowdormlk Vow pitching
for Chicago. 'Neale up. Neale singled
to right. Wingo up. Wingo' sacrificed,
rjowderniilk to Gandil, Reuther up.
Reuther kit a triple to left center;
scoring Neale. Rath up. Ruth out, Ris
berg to GandU. Daubert was hit in the
head by a pitched ball. Groh up. Groh
walked, filling the bases. Lowdcrmilk
had little control. Rousch up. Rousch
forced Groh, E. Collins to Risberg. One
run, two hits, no errors.
Chicago Jackson up. Jackson flew
to Neale. (Felsch up. JAilseh flew to
Kousch.' Oandil up. Uandil out itatli
to Daubert. -No runs, no hits, no errors.
The lineup: .
' Chicago J. (Colling jfy E. Collins
Gandil lb, Risberg ss. Schalk c, Ci
Cincinnati Radi 2b, Daubert lb.
Cfroh 3b,' Ronschct. Duncan If, Kopf
ss, Neale rf,' Wingo c, Reuther p.
Finals: :.-, ', R. Jl. E.
Ghiciago . 1 6 1
Cincinnati X...... : 9 14 1
to 170 ,
aEver Occur to You?5'
says, the Good Judg
Alois Hansiiska Dies At
Hospital This Morning
Alois Ha iSiiskn, a farmer living near
W (i.kI burn died his morning at one of
the city hospitals, ' at the age of B.I
years, after an illness of two years.
He is survived by a wife. The body
was shipped this afternoon by Webb
& Cloiigh to Woodburii for burial.
REDS SEnSToCOTTE TO
BENCH AND WIN, 9 TO 1
('oitiiiiio(i"1'rom page one)
throw to first In nil attempted double
play, Neuip up. Neiiglo singled ovor
ecoml, Kopf going to second. Wingo
p. Wingo singled to right, scoring
Kopf oud sending Nenle to third. Wlngo
took second on the throw in,. Reuther
up. Reuther tripled to left scoring
Nettle and Wingo. Rath up. Rath dou
gled along the left field foul line scor
ing lieuther. Daubert up. Daubert
Bingled to rbht scoring Until. Dnubcrt
went to second on the throw In, Wil
kinson now pitching for the Sox. Groh
flew to Felsch. Five runs, six hits, no
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RIGHT OF WAY FOR
HT. HOOD LOOP IS
CONVEYED TO STATE
The right of way to the Mt. Hood
and- Barlirw road, a part of the propos
ed Mt. Hood loop road, is conveyed to
the state of Oregon in a deed presented
to the state highway commission today
by Geo. W. Joseph of the firm of Jos
eph, Haaer & Littleficld of Portland.
The right of way was conveyed to
(Joseph in the liquidation of the road
I and Joseph in turn donates the right of
i way to the state for highway purposes.
The road covered in the conveyance ex
I tends from Sandy in Clackamas conn
tv, easterly to Government Camp
thence to the town of Wapinita in
I Wasco county.
The deed gives the right of way to
J the highway commission "to .have and
ito hold unto Iho state of Oregon with
I nil its mountains and lulls, its forests
and vinos its flowers and shrubs, its
I valleys and dells, its crags and rocks,
its. gorges and canyons, its - glaciers
and snow lields, its rivers and streams,
its lakes' and springs, its animals and
birds, its tempests and storms, its
lights and shadows, its trails and
paths, and the beauties and grandeur
of Mount Hood, for the ne, .benefit
'and pleasure of all forever."
j The deed was rccordeiria Ol&ekamas
i county before being presented to the
I .tnl. litirliwni,- fnmmissinn which llQS
ins yet taken no action toward the ac
ceptance of the right ot way eonveyea
j in tne nocument.
i The newly organized Stewart Tiro .
'company will establish a factory en
iMain street in Oregon City that will
employ kbout 100 workers. . - ,
'.Aberdeen shipyards have raised tie
s.'file of wages to the level dcniMidcd by
the iinions, and ft is not likely the strike :
v ill spread to that city. ", -
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They show how this System has raised dentistry itself to the
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fewer visits. The specialist idea
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Residents of this city and vis
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