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By GEORGE McMANUS j NOW - MR 0100*0- I UMOEG?! <bTArsD TOORE HE*blTA.TIMG BETWEEN “bELECTINc, rsE. -OR OOGAts FOR AL DERM AM i waist to present Ms QUAL'FlC ATiOIS-o J" FOR. THE OFFICE.’ <~ I * ~ --* V ftHOOT-cfp '’-'I// l__ _(. i j I'M A COLLEGE CRaDl'ATE I At AO l bPEAK POOR LA^UACES V am irs favor of vaioi'IAN i N ALFFKACE AMD) PELIEVL GOW RENT'- r-j| f I FAVOR PROHIBITION!- I U BELIEN/E IN STRICT I N FORCE - 1 MEMT- I AM IN FAVOR OF ( ELEVATING POl-ITlC'b TOA j 1 HIGHER PLANE'. J /' __ <4<*o7L/%(T/x' t i 'djijp:! \ ' I © 1926 BY Int L Feature SfRVIC/. Inc Creil HnUm riflitf r^arrv*-*! LANDIS NOT TO INTERVENE IN HORNSBY CASE ST. LOl'IS. Dec. 22. Rascba'l Coni missioner Landis lias declan <1 he lias no jurisdiction and cannot intervene in the dispute between President Reardon, of the Cardinals, and Rogers Hornsby, who has been trad'd to the New York (Hants. A contract was the cause of the d's pute and the St. Louis Chamber of Commerce asked Landis to in tervene. COAST TEAMS ARE TO CIRCLE WORLD OREGON AGRICULTURAL COL LEGE, Corvallis. Dec. 22. Pacific Coast Conference teams will travel it distance greater than the circum ference of the e trill in fulfilling, twenty-four conference football -n , gagements on the Coast next year, when 20.55!* miles will he covered by the nine teams. Washington State tops the list of travelers with a schedule of trips taking in 5,316 miles. The Cougar.t w ill also make the longest sing! s' trip when they travel 3.120 miles to lass Angeles to meet the Trojans. University of Idaho will take the shortest single ride an excursion of twenty-two miles front Moscow to Pullman to do battle with the Con gars. Here is a list of llie colleges and (he individual mileage to be covered by each: Washington State 5.310, Montana 4.190 Stanford 3,637 1 Washington 3,207, California 2,565 Oregon Aggies 2.510 Oregon 2.281 Idaho LOU Southern California 8S2 SYRACUE TO PLAY OREGON AGGIES AT PORTLAND IN 1927 PORTLAND. Ore.. Dec. - 22. The ■Washington State-Soul hern California football game, originally scheduled for Los Angeles on November !'i of next. year, has been transferred to Portland, according to informa tion received here. The same information said another interseetional game for the Coast bad been arranged between O. A. C. and Syracuse University. The game will be Portland’s Thanksgiving Day at traction in the new stadium. Measure taken Tor all-wool made to measure suits, fit positively guar anteed. JORDAN'S VALET SERV ICE. ■—adv. - OPEN NOSTRILS! END | j; A COLD OR CATARRH I < > How To Get Relief When Head I || and Nose are Stuffed Up. y Count fifty! Your cold in head or catarrh disappears. Your clogged nostrils will open, the air passages of your head will clear and you can breathe freely. No more snuff ling, hawking, mucous discharge, dryness or headache; no struggling for breath at night. Get a small bottle of Ely’s Cream Halm from your druggist and apply a little of this fragrant antisetpic ?ream in your nostrils It pene trates through every air passage of the head, soothing and healing the swollen or inflamed mucous mem brane. giving you instant relief. Head colds and catarrh yield like magic. Don’t stay stuffed-up and miserable. Relief is sure —adv AL MIEHAUS SENT TO LITTLE ROCK BY ATLANTA CLUB ATLANTA. La. Dec. 22. AI Nie Uaus, first sicker fur the Crackers, lias been sold to Little Knelt. On a hard hitting record in 1024 for Chat tanooga, Nii hails went to tile Chlcn-■ go Cubs, thence to Pittsburgh and to St. Paul, returning to the ('hack era last season. It. O. It Murphy, i utility man for the Ci ackers, will play first base when the season I sta its. Pitcher Oscar l'uhr, a left ham1 cr, goes front the Mobile club Nashville, in a trade for Pitch ; kiddie Morris. SEATTLE WILL TRAIN IN CAL, Indians Will Start Baseball Practice in February at Bakersfield. SEATTLE. Dec 22. President Lockard of tin* Seattle Baseball (Tub announced the Indians will train at Bakersfield, Cal., starling February 27. Practices are scheduled with the Chicago (Tub. Denver Western Lea guers and Philadelphia Royal colored giants. ANCHORAGE MASONS ELECT GRAGAW AS W. M. FOR 1927 (Anchorage Times) Robert S. Bragaw, Jr., president of the Anchorage Chamber of Com merce, and prominent in local fra ternal and business circles, lias been elected worshipful master of Anchor age lodge No. 22L F. A- A. M. , at the annual election held in the Ma sonic temple. Henry M. Chesterman was elected senior warden and Rob ert H. Romig junior warden. Sol Silverman and Winfield Ervin wen re-elected secretary and treasurer respect ivelv. Action looking to the complete dis organization of the Anchorage Ma sonic club was instituted. The club was incorporated as a holding com pany to conduct the business of the Masonic building during the time it was under const met ion and willi the burning of the mortgage last summer the necessity of the club organization ceased After the deed ing over of the property the Ma sonic club will then cease to exist. VIC FOLEY IS WINNER OVER WILDCAT CARTER SFATTl.K, Dec. dii. Vic Foley, of! Vancouver, featherweight, was given the decision last night over Wildcat Carter, of Kverctt, at the end of a six round bout. Walter ('leghorn. Alaskan middle weight, won the sity round decision over Irving Seldom of Tacoma, it) the semi-final. I I ANY MORE BOTTLES? I -- I Xh\\ YORK, Dec. 22 Because William Harthman. of Xew York. 1 tossed a bottle over the side of the litter Majestic last July, it will be a merry Christmas with trimmings, this season, for James Trevetl. a poor and ag'jtl fisher man of the Dorset Coast, ling la nd. Harthman. jeVcler. put his card, offering $10 for its return, in the bottle when :!ti7 miles from Cher bourg. Today the card came back. The aged fisherman wrote that he had picked it up November IX, mi the beach at Ewyre. Since lie is just recovering from an operation, Trevett said he thought the ten would be “all right for Christmas." Ami Barth- i man savs it will. I I XMAS TREES FOR SALE Any size. Prices fit) cents and up. Phone 444 or 4 77$. —adv. The “Aggravators” 2Sth. adv. Children’s Colds • Are beat treated eit ternally. Check them overnight without i "doting” by rubbing Vicka over throat and ; ch«st a^ bedtime. \—— -;— - , / ASSOCIATION OF ALASKA HERRING PACKERS FORMED — Lee H. Wakefield Heads New Organization f<3r Aiding Herring Industry. The formation ot tiie Alaska H r i ring Packers' Association was per-I fected in Seattle recently when her-i ring operators with interests in this Territory got together to discuss \ problems rdnnected with their in ! dustry. Leo II Wakefield, pioneci j herring packer and president of tin i Franklin and Hatanof companies, was; elected as President,. Other officers elected were: ('apt j Idling Arentsen, of Arentsen A- Co. Vice-President: C. L. Foss, Chatham! Straits Fish Co.. Andrew Unchan. of Huchan A lleinen Pkg. Co., and Olaf Floe. Northwestern Herring Co., Trustees; W. \V. Wi|d>, Seattle, Sec retary-Treasurer. Objects of Association The Association has been fncorpo TJVE wish everybody every rr where a Merry Christ mas and a Happy. Prosperous, Well-laundered New Year. Remember our phone number. SNOV> WHITE LAlNDRY TONIGHT—8 O’CLOCK J. H. S. Girls vs. Alumnae Alaska College vs. C7 J. H. S. Boys %> At A. B. Hall L Admission—Adults, 50 cens; Children, 25 cents y rated under ilie laws of tlie Stale of Washington. An account of its formation, appearing in the Pacific Fisherman, gave some of the prin cipals purposes of organization as follows: “To gallicr statistics and to dis seminate information willi reference to the herring industry; to secure the enactment and enforcement i : laws to properly regulate, protect and entourage the herring industiy:1 to promote a higher standard of edu cation among the memhers of the j association with reference to both the scientific and practical features ; of the herring industry; to encour age the production, marketing and branding of products which will i:i all respects conform to the gov 1 eminent reipilrcm. nl.' as to purity i and weight; to encourage the ex elusive use of ill" most sanitary j methods for handling, curing and ■ packing herring; to investigate and supply its memhers with all avail able information relating to the miii zation of waste products, and pro-1 mote p—idices tending lo the per-: manent benefit of the industry; and by all lawful and proper ways and ; means to improve and perpetuate , the herring industry on the Pacific | Coast, and to promote the welfart* of the memhers. Would Speed Up Investigation “The need of such all organiza tion lias long been felt. Imt action was no doubt hastened by the recent growth of antagonism among cer ‘ tain elements in Alaska, and the1 I'lri ulntion of inflammatory ami mis leading propaganda regarding t lie activities of the industry and the | herring situation in general. This’ lias so far been one of the prill j cipal matters discussed, as it is fell ' that there is immoiliate need of edit rational work to counteract the ex- j travagant and unfounded allegations | that have been circulated. Ii has i been suggested that the real fai ls j regarding the herring fisheries, as 1 l>r as they are known tit presen'., i lie gathered in concise form and 1 brought lo tic attention .of the pub lie and of legislators and officials having regulatory power; and the i desire is also expressed that the I government speed up ils scientific j survey of Hie herring fisheries to secure additional daft needed for Ihe proper regulations and welfare of ilie industry." ' V MUSTAFAKEMAL? HKHUX, Dec. 22 Constan ! tinople is to he renamed Mils I tafakemal. in honor of Turkey's "(ieorge Washington." according to report from that city. Humors to that effect have been current for some lime, but now are said to he confirmed In high political circles. I lt Det Almqitlst ri sss your Suit. We oa'I and deliver Phone 528. a<lv I I ' I SUCH GIFTS are ultra-modern—they're attractive useful. In fact, they’re absolute necessities! A FEU SUGGESTIONS FOR THE HOME - Christmas Tree Lights, Toasters, Warming Pads, Waffle Irons, Automatic Irons, Curling Irons, Lamps, Table Stoves, Percolators. ALL PRACTICAL—THINK IT OVER V I | , - GASTJNEAU ELECTRIC LOWER FRONT STREET I THE CASH GROCERY Is now open for business and the publio is invited to inspect my stock of Groceries fourth St., next to City Hall. 8. ZENGER, Prop. HERE HE COMES Now Is the time to order coni. t We also carry a full line of Feed —and cur motto Is to buy the best. This is our secret of bo many sat isfied customs. If you have been using Just ordinary coal then we invite jou to glvo onr’s a trial. And our transfer Bervice O G O My D. B. FEMMER Phone 114 F. WOLLAND MERCHANT TAILOR FRYE’S “DELICIOUS” HAMS AND BACON “EVERYTHING THE NAME IMPLIES" mDDIIUM PH HENRY BAMAN. Manager ■ DnUfm uUl SEWARD STREET Phone 38 Residence Phone 529 C * l)o You Know IVe Sell Vecto Heaters, Universal Air Blast Pipeless Pinn aces and Super Heaters J. J. WOODARD CO. 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