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THE DAILY CAPITAY JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1919.
INTO CONDITION TO
In College Life
knots compared with a radius of 10,000 P JAA If II T A CHI A I
r 11 uaou of wu.k tlie s3 isiD4UU-rilLt AtKIAL
Both boats can carry 12 torpedoes.'
The U-lll mounts two i-iuck guns, and I
the 8-3 carries one, in accordance with
the unvjr department 'a practice. -The
U-lll is congested and compli-
catcd. The S-3 is comparatively roomy
and much simpler in design.
Mineola, L.. I., for San Francisco.
Lnder new orders the race will be
completed only when the respective
I planes return to their starting point aft
ei twice having crossed the continent.
.What the fight and "guts" of llie
Willumette eleven will lie this season
vii. shown in the scrimmage Monday
afternoon by Tackle Ross Miles. Although-Miles
'right knee was so severe
ly wrenched that lie could not uso his
- limb, ho hobbled back into position and
He stuck to his
Cambridge, Eng., Oct. Frinces Albert
and Heury, second and third sons of
King Oeorge, temporarily laid aside uni
forms today, and went into residence
here, donning cap and gown as ordinary
"freshmen" at Trinity college.
Their fellow undergraduates stuitous
ly avoided taking miy special notice, al-
i though several week end parties were
position until ordered to thu gym byi . , .. . . . , . i .
J-i . Oxford, in order to indulge in a 'gloat'
Oxford had the smile over Cambridge
a few years ago, when the Prince of
Wales was in residence there but Cam-
r,...u vr.. ti... .....
, . . , . . of pride at the possession of two royal
The coach has mndo no comment as to . ,, r '
. . .'freshers.' . ,
what will hnppen in the alumni game!
this coining Katurday. But men who'
know the science of his facial expros-.
is betting' on the boys "bustln' up' ,dK? ''"8 0 ' f;
the grads In the Saturday encounter. "! "" ?eo, MI
ti. ,t'i,, .... aii ...-I -ldl11 not T t0 Cltll 'vnrsity but the late
.,. . ui ' i King Edward and his fatthor, the
Prince Consort, as well ns the latoDuke
has settled enough to bring now war
riors into view. Hansom, of Sr.lem high,
is nmoug the recent additions to the
sifiiad who looks good. He is delivering
at guard and tackle with lots of smash.
Ho comes to Willamette with one year's
experience on the Balem high machine.
Thomas, recently from a technical In
stitute in Massachusetts, Is another man
who is showing up well. . Ho has had
considerable experience in the "Joisey"
state region and is driving through on
high at the guiird position.
Schmnllc, from Western Union col
lege, Iowa, is the most recent addition
to the squad. He is stopping out at the
end berth with speed, Mondny nftor
noon was his first time out this .season.
Zeller is another man who U coming
to the front fast, bidding for fullback.
He is r. consistent plunger and a hard
Hoolcy also is among those wlio, has
lieen saying "Ijnok at me" by his show
inn on the gridiron the past few days.
Reolev comes to the local school with
experience nt finlom high, also naval
football fxnerlonce. Until quite recent
Iv lie had a naval station nt Frisco and
put in one season on a navy team In the
southern state. . '
of Clarence, wore all Trinity students.
The two princes will follow the cus
tomary university course, but Prince Al-: q,.,.
u., oij"iui ..-, '"""'"h; win away8 be. nseparably bound up
RACERS TO HOP OFF-
EARLY WEDNESDAY! CALITORNIA AGAINST
ONE BIG UNION IDEA
New York, Oct. 7. (United Press.)
Across the continent and then back
again is the 5400-mile racing route set
for the flyers who will leave simultan
eously from Jfineola. L. 1,
Bakesficld, Cal., Oct. 7. (United
and San 1 Press.-) "Tho 'one big union' idea may
Francisco at 9 o'clock tomorrow morn-- intrude itself, but it hasn't a chance of
By J. F. Langner
(In the Oregon Journal.)
A few months ago tho,Phez company
nig. Announcement that the transcun
tineutnl race would be a round trip con
test wus made here today following re
ceipt of a telegram from Major General
The actual flying time for the round
trip is set at ubout 54 hours, but wth
compulsory thirty minute stops qt twenty-one
control stations and no night
flying, it is believed the trip "will oceu-
adoption," Daniel C. Murphy, president
of the California State Federation of
Labor, told the United Press today as
the federation began the second day of
VThe labor unions of California are
strictly in accord with the A. F. of L.,"
Murphy said. "They arc not so radical
as the unions of Washington state,
where the 'one big union' plnj ha
gained a strong foothold.
"We were organized strongly before
the wttr, whereas Washington unions
of Salem, 'manufacturers of loganberry py 12 days, including two days rest
juice, pubiished in the Oregon Country i Eighty entries have been officially
T . . . . . . , , (listed for the race, it was announced
Life an advertisement headed, "The . ,, ., .' . , , , .
' I today. Lleven entries were added to
Vision Which Is Making tho Willamette oriiinal number r,f 72. y il.rM
Valley Famous. ' It referred to the were withdrawn owing to the death of Rre ,arKely of recent birth, and are im
growtl. of the Phez company's business 'two pilots, Colonel T. F. Dodd and Me.jor f" with th0 radical European ideas
, ... ..... . .. ,,,,, nf Patrick Frisscll, who were killed in ac- hat were brought prominently to light
" cidents. " aunngtne
the logau.ieiry growing ,nuu3l.T The twenty-one control stations where '
DON'T TAKE OUR WORD FOR IT TRY IT!
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IS PURE, FRESH AND WHOLESOME
Bake-Rite Sanitary Bakery
457 STATE STREET ... ,-
The Washington Federation of Labor
throughout western Oregon. Oregon is 30-miiiute stops will be made are: Bing- .recently voted in favor of a referendum ,
famous toduy throughout the nation ns'hamton, N. Y.; Kochester, N.' Y.; Buf-,011 the 'one bi union' plan. The stats;
the home of the loganberry, and it is fa'i N. Y.; Cleveland, Bryan, Ohio; Chi-dcra
... . ,-' , ,i i cngo, Bock Island, 111; Dcs Moines, Oma- w',en tne A. F. of L ordered it to do so i
sate to ay that nny h.story ot the de- ' or foreit its charter.
velopment and national recognition otj8idncVj Neb . chevcmu,;. R,twlii,Ps.
regou as me c.r.uje u u.. Wyo., Green Biver, Wvo.jSalt Lake City !
! II u lu-ava lm iDHPttnt'fihlr noiliiil nn Willi l, -rT, i . ... . . -
. i . , . i j -..-I j -1- rtuiiinrii.. irnn? Hnrrio rvinnnrftin rvw .
n particular suiuy or History, economies . iiK,,t. f tJl(, ihez comuunv.
Steinbock Junk Co
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All kinds Scrap Iron, Junk, Metal, Rubber, Rags
. Sacks, Hides.
Highest Cash Market Price
WE WANT AND WRECK
326 N. COMMERCIAL, PHONE 305 . .
Don't Forget the Number
civics, ana x rencn. e is a captain in , fiv() yul.s , o thl, losallberly juice
the Hoyal Air Force, and particularly jmlU!lt ' Wlllt iu r.ddlinir clothes.
Four I xrft . Q0mrt A o
I "vnv, .livt.j uoviiVlUVlHW, V.01.J CI11U kidli
proud of his pilot's "wings". He has an
aeroplane of his own, and will probablv
speud most of his spare time flying from
llie neighbor! ngvnerourome.
Prince Henry, a quieter, and none too
strong youngster, is credited with the
determination to excell at athletics, be
ing very keen to get a place on his mer
its in either the college bont( the cricket
eleven or the football team. He per
formed fairly well at athletics at Eton,
and has just passed through the Royal
Today it is one of the state's important
Frederick Schmidt, secretary of the
Plies: company, when asked to account
for the enormous demand for loganberry
juice, gave two fundamental reasons;
first a product of the highest quality
Under the stress of modern business
coinpettiion, it would seem that no mut
ter how high a quality of product be pro
duced unless modern advertising inetli
imumrv couege, Having been g.yen a ot, ar0 eou.)M witll- the Fduet-the
aannnil.ll.iilnM..n. An 41... T.r!....).. 71 1 1 1
............... .vimui. i.. im- wui; n Ji".vm : rut i. of unif t to the coinmun tv in
which the product is manufactured is
practically nil; and with the appropria-
(f-'ontinued from ipago one)
1 ina. Ball one. Leibolit out, Kopf to
Rnuhert. R. Collins up. F.. Collins flied
to Housli. Weaver up. Weaver out,
Hath to Vaubert. No runs, no lilts, no
Cincinnati Hnth Singled to left. Dau
beit sacrificed, Kerr to OnuiUl. Bath
going to second. Groh up. Oroh walked.
Housh hit into a double play, Bisberg to
J'.. (;ollin to uaudil. So runs, one hit,
no errors. ,
Chicago Jackson tip, Jackson walk
ed... King ,wns pitching carefully and
every ball swept close to the corners.
Felsnh up. Fclsrh flied to Nenle and
Jaekswi was held at first. Onudll up.
(liiinlil walked. Fisher went out to
wiirni np, Kisberg lined to liousch who
doubled .luelison off second with a
throw to Bath. No runs, no hits, no er
rors. " '
Cincinnati Hill James warming up
for Chicago. Duncan fouled to llandil.
Kopf lined to Kerr. Noale singled to
left. Huriden singled through box. Ri'ig
forced Knriden, Hisbeig to E, Collins,
No runs, two hits, no errors.
Chicago Nehulk fanned. Kerr tip.
Kerr out, King to Dauliert. I.iebold up.
Lei I o lil walked. K. .Collins up. Leibold
stole second. K. Collins filed to Kouseh.
Ko runs, no hits, no errors.
Cincinnati Rath out Weaver to Gon
dii. Dnubort siuglel. Oroh forced Iau
bert, Bisberg to K. Collins, Oroh out
steuling 8chalk to Collius. No runs, no
hits no errors. ; ,
(hicago Weaver doubled. Jackson
. singled, Weovof taking third. Felsch up.
TH'ulsch fun'.'ed.. Oaudil up. Oandil sin
gled to center scoring Weaver and
sending Jackson to second. Bisberg up.
Risbcrg lined to Kopf, who doubled
Jncksou off Becond with a throw to
Bath. One run, three hits, no errors.
Cincinnati Housh up. Roush out, E.
. ullins to (iuiidil. Dili ican up. Duncan
fouled to Schalk, Kopf up. Kopf out,
K, Collins to (ramlil. No runs, no hits,
Toinls R. H. E.
Chicago ..: ...5 10 3
'ineinnuti 4 H 9
Chicago J. Collins, rf; E. Collins,.2b;
Weaver, 3b; .Tnekson, If; Felsch, cf ;
(audit, lb; Bisberg, as; SchHlk c;
Cincinnati Hath, 2b. Daubort, lb;
Groh, 8h' Housh, cf; Ditucati, If; Kopf,
us; Neale rf; Rariden, c; Beuthcr, p.
Umpires Evans, American, at the
plate; Quigley, Kntioual, at first; Nal
lin, American second: Riglcr, National
The brothers will . lodge. together in
characteristic undergraduate "diggins"
with one of the royal aides ss secretary.
Than Hun Craft
. Washington, Oct. (By Mail.) Tests
conducted by tho navy department bIiow
thnt the much praised German cruising ' for all the more important of the na-
ton of advertising funds which are a
capital investment and not nn expense
account so does tho community benefit
with the advertising manufacturer in
proportion to tho advertising eapit::l in
vested. The I'he company, the torch bearer,
as it were, in the national advertising
of Oregon products, has been followed
by the Kings Food Products company ot
Balem and The Dulles, who will make a
capital investment of $250,000 a year o
nationally advertise Oregon dehydrated
fruits: and vegetables. ?
This advertising campaign, scheduled
San Francisco, Cal., Oct. 7. (United
Press.) Fifteen' army aviators were
timing up at the Presidio today for
what they hope will be the fastest round
trip ever made across tho continent.
At six a. m. tomorrow they will hop
off for New York. Simultaneously a
much greater number will start from
submarines were inferior in efficiency
to American vesselB of the snmo class.
. Tho enemy craft had lees speed above
and below water, and had a sinullei
cruising radius, ! , ,
Tho best of fiv0 German submarines
brought, to tho l.mted States, for. the
tion's magazines, will commence at once
Tho first advertisement appears in this
week's Saturday F.vening Post, a pub
licntion with a circulation exceeding
2,000,000 weekly. This moans that rough
ly 5,000,000 inhabitants of the United
States will have forcibly brought to
Victory Liberty loan campaign was used , thoir notice the fact that dehydrated
in, makin; the comparison the U-lll,
limit at Kiel in 1918. In competition
with it was the S 3 built at Portsmouth
The maximum speed developed by the
tr-111 was 13.8 knots, while the S-3
made 14.7 knots. Submerged the U-lll
mnile 7.8 knots, uud the 8-3 made 12.4
products are manufactured, from Oregon
fruits Mid vegetables. Tho combined ap
propriations made for advertising Ore
gon agricultural products, by the Salem
Kings Products company and tho Phez
eompanv of Salein will probably exceed
400,000 during the year 1920. Such
publicity cannot but fail to react to the
Tho U-lll can cruise 8,500 males at 11 benefit, of the entire state.
V k roolcs. J IpL III
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Old Sqldier Testifier To
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National Home, , AVis., May 12., 19.
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years standing, which finally develop
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and I had dropsical swellings dn my
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r hardly know how to estimate the
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Passing the Word Along
THERE'S a good fellowship between
car-owners which makes everybody
anxious that the other should get all the
benefits going in the handling of his car.
That's why there is so much mouth-to-mouth
advertising of Firestone Gray
One man tells the story of .the better-than-ever
work he is getting this year
from the Gray Sidewall Firestones.' The
other buys a set and so the good word
Result wonderful and constantly grow
ing numbers of this tire all over the West
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