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DAILY CAPITAL JOTONAL. SALEM. OREQON. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4, 191S.
PAG3 FIVE. "KUHN-MADE CtOTHftf MEN'S OVERCOATS ALL AT SPECIALLY REDUCED PRICES , MEN'S $15.00 SUITS BROKEN LINES $8.00 TO $9.00 AID OF BUSINESS MEN IN RUNNING STATE HELPS i ' j ; j-. . 1 1 i tONITKO PMSS VtLKKO VUS.l Washington, Doc. 4. Legislators and governors attending the rivers and har bors convention were asked today by Governor Glynn, of New York to aid in a national movement to utilize business methods and business men in running state governments. Glynn explained that he believed he had solved the question 'of an efficient Btate government by selocting an unof ficial committee of 25 prominent busi ness mon of New York state to assist him in conducting the state's affairs. It was learned that Governor Glynn's selections included Attorney William Obburn, Cleveland, John liockefellor, Jr., and Thomas Muloy, a banker. Governor Glynn explained that the reason for tlio waste in the business of states was because properly equipped Instantly Relieves Swollen, Inflamed Nose, Head, Throat You Breatbe Freely Dull Hoadache Goes Nasty Discharge Stops. Try "Elys Cream Balm." Get a small bottle anywny, just to try it Apply a little in tho nostrils and instantly your clogged noso and stop-ped-up air passages of the head will open; you will breathe freely; dullness and headache disappear. Ity morning! tho catarrh, cold-in nend, or catnrhal sore throat will be gouo. End such misery nowl Got the small bottlo of "Ely's Cream Balm" at any drug store. This sweet, fragrant balm Zenith... FOR THAT BOY A few good tools make appropriate and inex pensive Christmas gift. We recommend our genuine tools of Zenith quality. SALEM HARDWARE COMPANY 120 North Commercial. Phone Main 172 Nifty Clothing for Mm Clothing with dash and gin . ger, but not freakish. Our clothing shop is as exclu sive a men's shop as though it was three or four doors from the store. It has its own buyer and own salesmen, who do not buy or sell else where in the store. And when it comes to smart, nifty suits and overcoats that will hold their own, retain ing their fine appearance through hard wear, we can certainly please you. Come in and have a try on. Suits $10.00 to $30.00 business men refused to accept office. tinder his plan the business men give !tlio!r time without compensation and were asked to standardize the depart' ments and formulate efficiency rules. GOVERNORS SPEAK. 3HITS0 PIUWS LEASED WIRI.1 Newton, Kan,, Dec, 4. Governors Major, of Misosnri, and Hodges, of Kansas, were tho principal speakers at today's opening sessions of the Good Roads Association. Tho meeting will last through tomorrow. EIGHT DAYS OF FOG. (I'NITHIl ritPMt I.BAKICD WIIUS.1 Milwnnkoo, Wis., Dim-,. l. Aftor eight dnys of somi-darkness on account of a heavy fog, the sun shone here to day. Tho city hall clock, ten stories aloft, was invisible in tho fog for four days. ENDS COLDS OR CATARRH AT ONCE dissolves by the heat of the nostrils; penetrates and heals the infinmed, swol len membrane which linos tho nose, head and throat; clears tho air pas sages; stops nasty discharges and a feeling of cleansing, soothing relief comes immediately. Don't lay Awake tonight struggling for breath, with head stuffed; nostrils closed, hawking aitd blowing." Catarrh or a cold, with its running noso, foul mucous dropping into tho throat, and raw dryness is distressing but truly nocdless. Put your faith Just once in "Ely'i Cream Halm" and your cold or catarrh will surely disappear. Quality SPORTS II E OP Up to Him to Put National League in Bight Form So as Not to Be Distanced by American. , HANDLING STAFF OF UMPIRES WILL BE ONE OF HIS JOBS With Political Wire-Pulling Involved in Big League Tener Has to be Czar or Give Up. BY HAL SHERIDAN (Written for the United Pres3) New York, Dec.4. Within a few days (mother chapter in National league pol itics will be written. To bo exact, Thomas jf. Lynch is scheduled to be formally separated from his job on December 9, when the leaguo holds its annual meeting. The action will not come as a surprise to either Lynch or the governor for the club presidents barked their Intentions of firing Lynch from tho housetops and Bounded Tener out thoroughly on the propisition of ac cepting the place. They will know just what is coming off when the mooting is held. Toner is a former baseball star, but reaching into the executive office and grabbing otf the head or a state is a new thing in baseball. The National league has reached tho point where something that looks like roal stuff is about due to be put over. Otherwise the American leaguo might be expected to take such a lead over the older or ganization that it never would catch up again. Tener has a man-sized job ahead of him. Tho league presidents evidently are now looking for a bot-s who will be a boss. If they are. half as tirexl of playing politics instead of baseball as we have a faint suspicion that National league fans aro of watch ing the political game, thoy at. least probably have some sort of a desire to get down to businoss. Salary Will Be Adequate. It is understood that Governor Tenor is to receive a Balary of $25,000 a year and will be cloctcd for a term of years to make the job worth whilo. It is U saying a lot lor boseuall when a gover nor can be interested in taking the job Tener is to be handed. The governor will not starve to death on the salary, but-looking back -over the past, a guess that Tener will earn his money isn't far off. It falls to tho league president to handle the staff of umpires. Part of his job Is to assign the umpires to thoir games, and in that connection comes the wails from various cities in tho circuit, protesting against this or that man being sent there on the ground that he "has it in for tho team." The president is responsible for the work of the umpires and it is up to him to keep an efficient staff on hand. That means that he must be a good judge of men and keep nn eyo out for new mater iul. In addition Toner will be a member of tho National commission. As the commission moots about six times a year ho will have thoso meetings to attend. Then come the "swing around tho circuits," for whon tho leaguo boss has a chanco ho must make trips to the different cities in tho circuit and keep in touch with affairs in that man- j uer. When at home tho president of course has countless little details to look after conferences with umpires, and hearing both sides on disputed decisions. Ban Johnson is Czar. These things fall on the National league president in tho. nntiirnl run of things, but with tha political wire pull ing that has been on for years, keep ing tho fire from breaking out and spreading all over the reservation has adlled many a grny hair. When it is considered that Charles Webb Murphy, of Chicago, is a National leaguo club owner and his horn must bo listened to woll Governor Tener is welcome to his job. As long as Ban Johnson sticks on the job it will never bo necessary for tho American leaguo to drnft a governor. A mere ofifcial elected by the people is a piker as compared to Bun when It comes to running things, Johnson is a Czar. Ho i not only the president of tho league, but he is tho lengue. If anyone has any doubt as to who is boss in the American leaguo, all they hav to do is to start something. Tho answer they want will come running. The re suit ha been thit while Johnson has been running the loague, tha clubs have Iteen playing ball. Coming down to tho last analysis that is what a club is supposed to do in as much as tho public iv hard cash to get into the parka Brickley s Great Work. If anvone is in search of football records, it will not be necessary to go any further than Charles Brickley, the Harvard star, to discover the latest record smasher of the day. Brickley has climbed to a place alongside tha greatest kickers of the game, not only so far as accuracy is concerned when he attempts drop kicks, but for the number of games he has won with his toe. Brickley kieked 11 field goals during the season just closed. They were scattered through nine games. Five wore registered in the last game against Yalo. His past record also stands out brilliantly. In his freshman year Brick ley kicked four field goals against the Princeton youngsters. Last year be beat Princeton with his toe. He turned the same trick this year, and also downed Yale by the air route. Harvard beat Vale 20 to 0 last year, but Brickley scored nine of the points by goals from the field. Harvard leads all the teams in the number of field goals marie. In addition to Brickley 's contributions, Mnhan kicked three, bringing the total up to 14. T?T Ttff TTTTf TTTTTTT" T T I Jabs and Jolts I Tito Mt Angel basketball team has been Substituted for the Portland Jew ish club for the game at tho Y. M. C. A. here tomorrow night. The Jewish play ers could not find a convenient train schedule for their return home after the game. Jess Willard, of Kansas, defeated Carl Morris, of Oklahoma, in a 10-rouud bout at Madison Square Garden, Now York, last night. Both men were Blow and there was much wrestling and hug ging. With the exception of the third round, Willard outboxed liis opponent and Morris was cautioned frequently for holding. Pacific Coast League ball magnates have today docided that Portland may keep a team in tho Northwostcrn leaguo. The move to shut the Colts out of Portland was duo to tho fact that it was believed attendance at the Coast games in Portland was injured by the Northwestern games. While the meet ing resulted in the Coast league giving tho Northwe-rternors the' right to in vade Portland in 1914 but it was intl mated that tho pormission would bo do nicd in 1315. President Haum, of tho Coast lojigue, Jack Cook and Judge W. W. McCredio wore appointed a commit' tee to draw up tho schedule for next season 's pennant race. PACKT FAVORITE. ONITSO PMSS LSjASBD W1BI.1 St. Louis, Dec. 4. Packy McFarland ruled the favorite here today for his scheduled 10-round bout with narry Trbmdell. Both men were in great Bungalow Bargain This week only., I wjll,; offer for sale my modern bungalow at. sacrifice price, $200 down, balance like rent. Price $1400, on paved street, close to car line. ' $225 $225 will buy a choice lot worth $400 near a paved street. Houses Sold on Easy Terms. Vacant Lot on Easy Tonus. Farms on Easy Terms. Small Tracts on Easy Terms. Ws Write Insnranca Money to Loan BECHTEL & BYNON, 347 State Street. ALLEGED COUNTERFEITER tuNiTen muss masso wtns.1 Oakland, Cab, Dec. 4. A man who gavo his namo as W. Hurry McAnloy, charged with banknote counterfeiting on a large scale In Nebraska and Min nesota was arrested hero yesterday in a rooming house by Socrot Sorvico Agont H. W. Moffitt. Federal author- ties had been seeking him for two ... . i r I.- J..- years. Jle win ue lascn 10 umn it trial. IGESTK Tako "Paps's Diapcpsln" and In Five Minutes You'll Wonder What Be cams of Misery in Stomach- Wonder what upset your stomach which portion of tho food did the dam- agodo youf Woll, don t bothor. If your stomach is In revolt; if sour, gassy and upset, and what you just ate has fermented into stubborn lumps; head dizzy and ackesj belch gasos and acid and eructate undigested food; bronth foul, tongue coated just take a littlo Pape's Dinpesin and in five min utos you wonder what became of tlis In digestion and distress. Millions of men and womon today know that it Is needloss to bav a bail stomach. A little Dlapopsln occasional ly keeps this delical organ regulated snd they eat their favorite foods with out fear. If your stomach doesn't tnks cars of your liberal limit without rebellion; If your food is a damage instead of a help, remember th quickest, surest, most harmless relief Is Tape's Dlapepsin which costs only fifty cents for a largs caso at drug store. It's truly wonder ful it digests food and sets thinjt straight, so gonllv and easily that It is really astonishing. Please, for your suits, don't go on Snd on with weak, disordered stomach; it's so unnecessary, IE AS AN ILLUSTRATION Judge Galloway Says No Lawyer Would Advise Using One Declared Invalid by Supreme Court COUNCIL AND LAWYERS OF SALEM ABE SAPPED Adopted as Law of City Law Which .Supreme Court Declared Contrary to Statutes of Oregon. Before rendering his decision against tho city yesterday afternoon in the case brought by the Saloin Brewery as sociation to restrain the city from de claring the December election, Judge Galloway cited an illustration of the result of an illegal act. V"For instance," doclared the court, -supposing that tho county clerk, in dtie and regular order, should issue a mprringo license to a couplo; that the obtificate should be submitted to the hfghost court of the land and declared null and void upon some ground or oth er. Would any lawyer, having as his etfont a minister, advise that minister to'' perform the marriage ceremony on that certificate t Hardly. There is no lajw in tho country that would or could declare that couplo man and wife.- "Now then. The Gill registration rule was issued by reason of an act passed by the legislature in 1913. This act was taken before the highest courts in the state and declared unconstitu tional, void, null and worthless for time to- come. The legal representatives of the city of Salem advised thoir clionts to take lawful consideration of this un constitutional act, knowing that it stas unlawful and the result was, the city council of the city of Salem passod an ordinanco mndo a law, as it were In which a wholly illegal act was adopt ed. In other words, the city council adopted a law as its own which the supreme court held was contrary to- tho statute of tho state. Certificates - Worthless. "Tho defendant in this case avers ' The truth was tluit sho was brought that any little scrap of paper is suffi j from Devonport to Exeter by automo cient to qualify a voter to vote at the j bile. city election, on the grounds registra tion is not necessary. Attorney Van Winklo even contends that prior to election the council may pass an ordi nance providing that any porson not registered may vote if they call at the city library upon a certain date and take possession of a certain book to 1H10W their identification. The court does not agree with the counsel in the Joast. "It is the opinion of this court that the voters at the Decomber 1 eloctlon holding nothing but certificates of reg istration issued by the county clerk for qualification, were not qualified to vote no more than if thoy had pre sented a Chinese laundry ticket at tho polls. "No matter what has been said by connsol for the defendant, no munici pality is authorized by tho constitu tion to legalize a void Inw." E TO MAKE SURE DEATH OF LOPEZ luxmin rnsss i.basm wws.l Suit Luke City, Utah, Dec. 4. Sheriff Smith did not opon tho Utuh-Apcx lust night, as ho had intended, to ice if Kalph Lopez, tho sextuple murderer, had been suffocated by tho carbonic acid gns with which Hmith and his dep uties had filled the workings. Instead, saying ho wanted to imiko.a certain job, he had the firos rebuilt at the mino entriuico tndniy and dense kmioIio was nguiu pouring into tho lev els. The plan of suffocating the outlaw in his plnco of refugn was endorsed both by tho county commissioners and the county attorney. A strong guard was still maintained over the initio. lAnt night the sentinels at one of thn bulkheads fired at men who worn stealthily approaching in the larkness. Thn men fled at tho shots and their identity was not learned, but Sheriff Hmith believed they were friends of Loez, trying to rescue him. Homo people thought Loias escaped enrly in tho siegn of the mine, but Hmith scoffed at. tho suggestion. WILL BE NO LET CP IN PROSECUTION Of SLAVERS fuKi-rsn ran IMtnxn wiss.l Rcattlo, Wash., Doc. 4. Commissioner of Immigration Ifenry M. White and Cnlted HtnU District Attorney Clay Allen tolil tha United Press at noon to day that so far as they knew, there wonld be no let up in prosecutions under the Mann while skive act. "Tho transfers that have been made iji the local immigration office," said While, "have bca made with a view to stricter enforcement of the law along all lines and to avoid duplication of work by Immigration officers snd rep rmUtWef of the department of Jus- Mighty good value in a moderate priced suit of real worth Save $4.00-pay only $14 for an $18 suit Our "House-cleaning" sale is giving you an un usual opportunity to get the best suit for the mon ey at a real saving. Suits like this do not often appear in sales. They appear here only because we positively do not carry stock over from season '. to season. Our trade demands, new lines each season, and we save no expense to give them what ( they have the right to expect. 167 North Commercial street. tica. The suggestion that there is to be a now policy in relation to the enforce ment of the Mann act, so far as I know, are without any baBis whatsoever." District Attorney Allen endorsed the remarks of Commissioner White insofar as they had reforenco to the duties of his office. J (Continued from page one.) 1'or the purpose of deceiving the mili tants, the police gave it out that Bhe had been taken to London by train. When arrested, Ehota Childs Doorr was with her. Monster Protest Planned. London, Doc. 4. The suffragottos wore preparing this afternoon for a monster meeting at Earlscourt Sunday to protest against Mrs. Punkhurst's ar rest, i COMPRTROLLER PRENDERGAST QUITS PROGRESSIVE PARTY (oniTio rsass uiista wias.J New York, Doe. 4. His withdrawal from tho progressive party was an nounced hero this afternoon by Wil liam Prondograst, recently cloctcd comptroller of Now York City. "I have no patience with tho vlndlc tivenoBS which unquestionably is ani mating many of tho progressive poli cies," he explained. Prondorgnst 'declared ho had been out of sympathy with tho party's course since the Chicago mooting, adding: "The presidential election niado it evident that tho idea of a third party Is not acceptable to the Amorlcnn poo - pie. Tho time has como when thero should bo less tnlk of Armngcddon, and morn thought to tho future of our own United States. "It now looks to me as if tho timo Stiff Joints and Pains? MUSTER0LE quickly relieves Keep a jar in tho limine. It is the premier remedy for Backache, Here Joints or Muscles, Hhoumatlo I'alns, eta M U8TKKOLU is a clean, white ointment mado with oil of mus tard. It penetrates to the sent of pain and drives It away, but does not blister tho tenderest skin, It takes tho place of tho niussy, old-fashioned mustard plus tor. MUHTKKOM-: is recommended for Bronchitis, Croup, Asthma, pleurisy, pi Huie Wing Sang Co. i; Big Sale of Furnishings Fancy and Dry Goods We have made up all kinds of ' Wrappers, KSmonas, Waists, White Underwear and all kinds of Silk Goods, House Dresses, Men's and Children's Suits, Pants and Overalls, Ladies' and Cents' Underwear. All kinds of Overshirts, all colors of Sweaters. Shoes, Ladies' and Girls' Fancy Dresses, Fancy Neckwear, Ladies' and Cents' Hose, Embroidery, Lace, Silk Scarfs and Silk Handkerchiefs, Chinaware, Matting, wholesale and re tail, etc. All goods on sale at greatly reduced prices. Remem ber this is the store that now sells at cost. 325 North Commercial St., Salem, Oregon . - had come for an amalgamation of tho Bopublican and progressive interests." GERMAN PARLIAMENT: (Continued from page one.) difficult, and many believed would end in his resignation. Calls wore scattered broadcast throughout Germany this afternoon for mass meeting Sundiiy to protost against Bethmann-Holwcg'B utterances Most of the German newspapers joined in tho denunciation of tho chan cellor's attitude. "Things cannot go on like this," said tho Berlin Tngblntt, "The whole world knows how Germany is rulod." Maximilian Harden, ono of the fath erland's most forciblo political writers, scored the government's tactlessness in his newspaper, The Zukunft, for per mitting so small an incidont as the se ries of Alsace riots to "grow to huge proportions, and shaino Gormany bofore the world." Resignation Demanded. Other papers demanded that ' tho chancellor resign. The kaiser this morning summoned the chancelor, General Doimliiig, mili tary commander at BtrasBburg, and General Von Wodol, viceroy of Alsaco, to confer with '.Him at Carlsmhe. Plainly alarmed at the storm he had raised, Ilothmann-ncllweg mado a Bhort speech in tho rolehstng before leaving for Carlsmhe, saying the kaiser would not uphold the military, if it proved to have been wrong. REPRESENTS FRANCE. umitho rnr.ss i.bbcd wins. Paris, Doc. 4. Albert Tlrmnn, di rector of expositions and transports for the ministry of commerce, todnv w.is - . appointed French commissioner to the Panama-Pacific Exposition, to lie held in Ban Francisco In 1015. , , I Bread is tho stnff of life and flat- tery Is tho butter. Lumbago, Neurnl,'in, Sprains, Bruises, Stiff Neck, l'lnadachn and Colds of tho Chest (it prevents Pneumonia). At your druggist'sIn 25c and COo jars and a special large hospital sizo for tfiXiO. Accept no substitute. If your druggist rannnt supply you, send !!:e or BOe to tho MUSTEK OLK Company, Clove In ml, Ohio, anil wo will l mi i 1 you a jar, postage prepaid, F. It. I). Secord, IS W. l'-Nth St., New York City, snys: "l'lenso send me for office use, a good size jnr of Musterole, as I find It most beneficial for applications on patients. X