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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 27. 1916.
Know! About the Oven!
Judge 'for yourself see the large oven, made
in one piece of heavy boiler iron and notice the
very close riveting nothing is left to the ima
gination in the oven construction of
Cole's Hot Blast Range
Range Secrets Disclosed!
The entire oven edge, top-bottom
and sides is exposed to view in this
In no other range is the edge of
the material used exposed to the eye,
and thus the weight and quality can
only be guessed at. When you pur
chase CoV Hot Blast Range yousee
the heaviest material ever used in the
E. L. STIFF & SON
CORNER COURT AND LIBERTY
Statement Is Not
Borne Out by Fact
Amsterdam, Sept. 2". A second
German submarine, commanded by
Captain Schwarzkopf, has orriYl nt
an American port, said a Berlin dis
put eh this afternoon. The dispatch
Maiil new of the I boat's arrivnl (inn
been' confirmed from Bremen nnd that
the newspapers are rejoicing over Cap
tain Schwarzkopf's feat.
The above Amsterdam dispatch
We are giving exclusive attention in our Shoe
Department to Men's Shoes with early and careful
buying. We are able to show you exceptional values
in all kinds of Men's Shoes.
A glance at the lines we carry will convince you of
the excellent values we are giving.
JUST WRIGHT MEN'S DRESS SHOES '
$5.00 5.50 $6.00
AMERICAN GENTLEMAN SHOES
$4 $5 ?6
EDWIN CLAPP DRESS SHOES
$7.00 and $7.50
RED WING WORK SHOES
$4.00 to $8.50
THE FAMOUS BERGMAN LOGGER SHOES
$6.50 to $10.50
construction of a domestic range.
Oven will not warp or buckle.1
Heaviest body material made of
Come in today stop past range
troubles now and purchase Cole's
Durable Hot Blast Range. It
will mean economy in fuel and
"The Double Capacity Range"
Look for tha Name "Cole's" None Other Genuine.
probably will lie intercut ing news to
shipping men nnd correspondents who
have been waiting the arrival of the
(ierinan submarine nt Now London,
Haltimoro nnd oilier Atlantic ports for
several -weeks. The second submarine
has not yet made its appearance on
this side 'of the Atlantic.
Another "triiBty" departed from the
penitentiary last night. Hi name is
W. T. I'nHnn. and he wns employed in
the milk department. Pntton wns for
merly a Portland policeman. He wns
convicted of forgery, lie bad but nine
months of bis maximum sentence yet
KANSAS CITY PUT IN
Thrift Expert Says Average
Citizen Saves Little, Buys
Kansas City, Mo., Sent. 27. Kansas
City wns put in the. spendthrift class
today by . a. Waterman, thrift cam
L'ainu reorosentntive at the Americnu
Bankers' convention. .
According to answer Waterman, the
average Knnsns City citizen saves only
about a third as much as he should.
Compared with the average Philndol
phinn or Bostoninn he is a merest was
trel a happy-go-lucky sort of person
who scatters his income in every direc
tion, buys luxuries lie.cannotafford,
never gets n dollar ahead nnd if. he
didn't linvo such n remarkable capacity
for ireMiiifT nn tn definnen nf nil rnlpa
n - --- --- - -
and precedents, would probably end' up
in me poor nouse. Air. vt merman buses
his melancholy statement on the low
ness of Knnsns City bank deposits.
"You only hnve seven million dol
lars on deposit in the savings banks,"
the thrift expert said. "Tho amount
should be at least three times as much."
Waterman says the man with the in
come of from '$1,500 lo $2,500 is the
STANDINGS OF THE TEAMS
W. I., ret.
. 99 74 .572
. 80 80 .500
. 82 8:t .479
. 80 8S .404
. CI 110 .345
Los Angeles ....
San Francisco ,.
At Vaugh street Portland, 8; Ver
At San Frsncisco San Francisco, 5;
At Los Angeles I.os Angeles, 3;
Salt Lake. 3.
Brooklyn 89 57 .
Philadelphia 87 57 .
Boston 83 58 ,
New York 81 02 .
Pittsburg 05 85 .
I Chicago 05 85 .
I St. Louis 60 90 ,
I it? ai
V i in J ii nil n 411 ci
W. I.. Fet.
Boston 87 00 .59177
Chicago 80 04 .57333
Detroit .. 85 00 .50291
I New York 7(1 71 .571
1st. Louis 78 73 .510
j Cleveland . . 76 74 .507
I Washington 7.1 73 .500
Philadelphia .13 113 .220
Sine man onjectea, wncroupon iRf ver
R., . . I 1 . I .
DODGERS STILL LEAD
MARGIN BUlLf GAME
All Fandom Has Eyes On
Start on Last Lap
THE BIO STICiv BATTLE
Player. AK. It. Pet.
Speaker 531 205 .380
Cobb . 527 193 .300
Jackson 576 190 .340
. National League
Player AB. 11. Pet.
Chase 527 17S .337
Daubert 44(1 143 .320
Wheat: 544 1 74 .319
TODAY'S IF TABLE
Club Pet. W. I..
Huston 392 .395 .588
Brooklyn 010 .012 .00."
Boston 580 .592 .504
By H. 0. Hamilton
(United Press stnff correspondent)
New York, Sept. 27. The two ghost
of Ebbets field, one chaperoned by
Charles II. Ebbets nnd the other by
Joe Tinker, will be laid aside this af
ternoon for the winter months.
And the passing of these two spec
tres, who have pushed nnd prodded the
Chicago Cubs and ilrooklyn Dodgers to
extraordinary baseball efforts, depends
the distance bv whieit the Dodgers will
have the bulge on the Phillies when
the driving champions open their bg
series tomorrow. The turn in the screiu
hie may come through these "nines.
Today found the ..udgcrs still on
top in the nerve racking dash throug.i
the last days of the campaign but they
hold their ndvniitnge by a single game.
The Phillies will open their farewell
encounter in Brooklyn better fortified
than the Dodgers, for they will spend
today in idleness, this being nn open
date in their schedule. Pat Mornn may
be expected to heave Urover Cleveland
Alexander into tho opening fray nnd it
is reasonably certain liiut Rube Mnr
(junrd will oppose him.,
While the National league is stand
ing on its toes holding its' breath, wait
ing lor the clash between the two lead-
Effort Being Made to Aid Boy
Who Deliberately Killed
New Orleans, La., Sept. 27. An "of
ficial" mother will take, the place of
the niojther of little " Willie Zimmor,
shot to ilea th by Willie last July, when
sho tried to beat him. This wns the
plan today of club women who have
interested themselves in tho 12 year
old boy.'s ease.
Chandler Luzenberg, district attor
ney who has been in accord with nil
plnns suggested by the club women and
children; of the Crescent City, said to
day he .thought tho "official" mother
idea wopld be carried out.
Some time aext week, Luzenborg,
Judge Joshua Baker of the criminal
court of eoreretion and Judge Andrew
II. Wilson of the juvenile court will
hold a . conference. It is planned to'
hnve several club women attend and
aid in junking definite plans for Wil
lie's future. It is possible tiint the
"official mother" will be selected at
this tiilio; Just who will draw the as
signment there wns no hint but at
least two socially prominent New Or
leans Women have asked to take the
place of Mrs, Zimmcr.
The Zimmer lad has lost some of his
sulkiness. The notoriety and atten
tion that has been thrust upon him has
brought, about a condition of dignity.
Willie was busy looking through a
motion ; picture magazine today when
told of .the "official'' mother plan.
"You can't have another mother
when your regular mother is dead," he
Isnid. "A fellow has enlv one mother.
And I killed mine."
He seemed little affected when he
spoke of the mother ha killed with
two shots as tiie raised a broomstick
to chastise him for offending her.
"Will you be good to your next
motherf" he was asked. j
"Certainly I will," he replied with
out looking up from his magazine. j
"But, any, will she hnve an automo
bile? I think I'd like to ride in one of
these motorcars these ladies have been
telling me about." I
Laying his magazine aside, he told
his questioners he had been longing
tor a "regular auto ride" all his life.
"My only rides," he continued, ," have
been stolen nn the back of big trucks''
Then he launched into general dis
cussion of motion pictures. Although
he said he has not seen a "movie" for
years, he soke of all the latest pictures
and their stars. He snid Mary rick
ford was bis favorite film star and he
iiooed he could see her on the screen
when he got his new mother.
The Journal Does Joj Printing. .
ing teams, the American league will
be starting on its last leg of the 1910
Standing three games ahead of Uii
eago, the second place club, the Red
ox, will go into the battle this after
noon against the Yankees. The Dono
van collection of cripples always has
proven tiie greatest living jinx to the
Ked Sox and Bill Carrigan ma v awake
one of these fine September mornings
ana 1 1 ml nis claims to first place again
However, the Yanks can't do a great
deal of damage. Boston has to win on
ly tour games to cinch the pennant.' If
Ihicago wins its tour remaining games
and the Red Sox only succeed in win
ning the same number, the clubs will
be tied at the end of the season. '
In Brooklyn today big Jim Vaughn,
who downed the Dodgers iu one game
of a double header between Cubs and
Dodgers Saturday, doubtless will as
cend tiie mound again for Tinker's
crew. Opposed to him if one is to
believe in signs, will be Larry Cheney,
former Cub who went to the shower
without bis game won the last time.
; ' If Tinker can win this afternoon's
duel over the Dodgers he will be ready
I to sleep peacefully tonight, fosvhe will
j have snaked the Dodgers half a game
j from their lead over the Phillies.
Tiie task of writing tbe Inst chap-
ter will be up lo Pnt .Mo ran. He will
! snil into Brooklyn with his pounding
! team in the best of condition to pull
I the championship out of the fire. Alex
ander, hppa Kixey, hrskine Mayer and
Al Demaree are going nt, top speed. It
the Phillies can take the majority of
the games they will return home in
pretty fair shape, for they will leave
the Dodgers to the tender mercies of
the Ciinnts nnd the McGrawites have
forgotten how to lose a game.
While the Dodgers nnd Phillies are
having it out in ilrooklyn, another im
portant series will be in progress at the
Polo Grounds. The Giants and Braves
will meet in a death struggle for third
Aggies Flay Multnomah
Corvallis, Ore., Sept. 27. The great
question: "What can n Southern Cali
fornia coach do with nn Oregon team?'
will be answered here Saturday wiien
the Oregon Aggies clash with the Mult
nomah eluh of Portland.
Joe Pipal, who schooled tbe Occi
dental College in Los Angeles for sev
eral years but learned the game in the
cast, is handling the Aggies. Today he
closed the football field gates nnd
started secret practice.
"Toughy" Wing Won
Portland, Or., Sept. 27. "Toughy
Wing, Portland lighter, "and a victory
over Danny Edwards, negro of Oak
land, Cal., to his credit today. Edwards
fought at 110 pounds and Wing nt 113
or more. In the first two rounds Kd
wards had the better of it. Thereafter
,1111111 the finish Wing fcopt n sharp left
working to the Cnlifornian 's face,
bringing the cnrmiiie from month nnd
DODDERS WON, 2-0.
- . $
By H, O. Hamilton.
(Cnited Press stnff correspond-
Ebbets Field, Brooklyn, N. Y..
Sept. 27. Jim Vaugh, Chicago's
pre inner twirler, failed to stop
the Dodgers in the Inst game of
the year between the two clubs
and the "ghosts" of Federal
league dnys were laid to rest
with Brooklyn having the last
laugh 2 to 0.
Elmer Smith and Vaughn bat-
tied for nine innings almost neck
mid neck, five hits being scored
off each pitcher. The Dodgers
hit the the big Cub hnrd in the
first and scored a ruu. The
other run came in the eighth on -
singles by Cutshnw nnd Olson.
Asa result of this victory the
Dodgers enter the sVries with
Philadelphia tomorrow nearly a
game and a half ahead and the
Mornus will hnve to make, a
clean sweep to wrest the lead
from Brooklvn this week.
Old Man Stabs His
Daughter In Lungs
Seattle, Wash.. Sept. 27-Hot words
led to a quarrel, nnd tho quarrel to
blows which suddenly ended when
Robert Tickerell, age 79, stabbed bis
daughter Nell . Pickyrcll in the lungs
at their home . here last night. City
hospital attendants said today there
wns small chance fur the girl's re
covery. Tho stories of the two, told the po
The old man said he was in bed, but
kept a knife under his pillow and
fought in self protection when tfie girl
struck him in the mouth. The daugh
ter told the police ho fought when she
told him to keep, quiet. Nell Pickerel!
has been a jolice character, known as
Harry Livingston" for a number of
years. She has dressed in men's
clothing for years nnd refused to wear
skirts notwithstanding numerous jail
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WANTED Work on farm as manager
; by the year. 44o care Journal. sept2
WANTED A lady to assist with house
work. Call or address J. It. 1299 S.
High St. or phone 1328.- sept29
FOR ' SALE Thoroughbred Holstein
bull calf, 6 mo8. old. Phone 2502W4
after 0 o'clock. tf
WANTED To rent a farm, furnished
or part furnished, or would rent small
farm unfurnished. E. C. caie of Jour
nal. - scpt27
WANTED To buy 6 or. 8 choice milk
cows, must be fresh now or soon, none
but parties owning choice cows need
call. Phone 1431 or 491. tf
FOR RENT 20 acre country gentle
innn's home on Pacific highway at
Woodburn, 10 minutes walk to I. O.
or new high school) all in cultivation,
good house, fair barn, monthly cash
rent recptired, party must be respon
sible, and furnish satisfactory ref
erences. D. J. Koupnl, Eugene, Or.,
box 49. sept27
Shippers Relate Troubles Due
To Car Shortage on
The state public service commission
is continuing its probe of the car short
age matter, so far as the Southern
Pacific company is concerned, today.
Consequently the only spot in the
state bouse showing any animation is
on the third floor, where the offices
of the commission lire' located. All of
the state employes who have been able
to do so without serious interference
with present business arc attending
Assistant Manager Dyer, Superin
tendent Burckfialter, Freight Superin
tendent llinshaw and Attorney Den
are representing the Southern Pacific
company at the hearing, which is be
ing confined entirely to intrastate
mutters, whereas the recent hearing
nt Portland dealt largely with matters
pertnining to interstate business,
H. J. KUiott, a farmer and grain
shipper from I'errydale, testified that
he has between 700 and 800 tons of
oats for September delivery, with no
storage room left, nnd has had to re
handle nnd insure much 'of the grain
because of his inability to obtain cars.
As a result he considers himself in a
fair way to lose practically his entire
profit. He reports a total shortage of
19 ears ovpr his orders.
Dr. W. S. Mott of Salem, who has a
contract with the Clements Lumber
company by which he obtains pay
from the lumber company, which is
cutting timber on his property at
Gates, only after the product is ship
ped. The' failure of the company to
get ears from the Southern Pacific is
putting the doctor to serious incon
venience. He states that the company
is ready to handle from 35,000 to 40,
000 feet of timber a day from his tract
of 700 acres.
J. S. Harper, a Salem wood and coal
dealer, states that he had expected to
put in 500 cords of wood before the
rainy season sets in, but that he has
not been able to get cars for shipping
the wood to Salem from Falls City.
Out of 22 cars ordered since the mid
dle of Julv he has received by 0. He
has but 50 cords of. wood on hand at
present, and hints pretty strongly at a
raise in prise to the commission it con
ditions in the matter of receiving ears
do not show an early improvement.
C. A. French, a lumber and grain
dealer of Airlie. told a story similar to
most of the others that have been
pouring in at the office of the com
mission during the past several weeks,
although he varied it somewhat by a
statement that if an old warehouse be
longing to the Southern Pacific at Air
lie were removed he would guarantee
that a new and more adequate ware
house would be' erected in its place.
He was informed by Assistant Dyer
that if he would make a formal ap
plication in the matter it would re
ceive the company's prompt and care
ful attention. -
Manager Brevdennek of the Albin
Fuel Conipanv, Portland, who repeated
the same storv of shortage in car sup
plv was the last witness to appear,
with the exception of Traffic Manager
Donaldson of the Willamette alley
SAY "TANKS" ABE NO GOOD
Berlin, Sept. 27, via wireless to Say
vi'le. L. I. The widely heralded Bri
tish "tanks" used for the first time in
the Sonune offensive of September 10.
are failure, the semi-official news
agencv declared today, quoting the cap
tured crews of the armored automobiles
The "tanks" could only advance at
the rate of a mile an hour and became
excellent targents for German artil
lery. The Seal Answer.
"Who does the baby resemblet"
"Every other baby that I ever saw."
PHONE 937 Foi wood saw.
160 ACRES For sale. Fhone 2175R.
RUBBER Stamps made 165 S. ComJ
HABRY Window cleaner. Phone 768.
TRESPASS Notices lor sale at Jour
nal office. tf
GET PRICES On farm sale bills at
The: Journal office.
FOB RENT SIONS For sale at Cp-
ital Journal office. tf
OLD PAPERS For sale at Capital
Journal office 10 cents a bundle, tf
FURNISHED Apartments, also barn
suitable for garage. 491 N. Cottage.
FOR SALE An exceptionally fine
Berkshire boar. Phone UFO. . sept29
FREE RENT Free home,' 2123 North
High St. oeta
FOB SALE Or trade for wood, gaso
line engine. Fhone 431. tf-
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE For sale,
Inquire Gcrths store west Salem or
Phone 1878. sept27
WANTED Experienced girl for gen
eral house work. Apply mornings, 708
State St. sept26
WANTED General house work by
young lady. Inquire 1493 N. Winter.
HOUSE TO RENT Strictly modern 5
room flat, furnished or unfurnished.
Call 1737W. sept27
ONE GOOD TEAM Of mares for sale
reasonable if taken at onea R. 3, box
220. Phone 78F4. scpt.'lO
FOR SALE One four year old botso
weighs about 1100, and I 3 Vi mnnded
wagon for salo cheap. 1309 Waller St.
FURNISHED Rooms and housekeep
ing apartments, rates reasonable, r
close in, 160 Court. tf V'
SIX CHIROPRACTIC Adjustments
$5, worth more. Dr. May, Hubbard
GET YOUR Trespass Notices, pew
supply of cloth ones at Capital jour
FOB RENT Furnished housekeeping
rooms, new modern house. Phone
745J or call after 5:30 p. m. 910 N.
FOR RENT Furnish house, 7 room,
642 N. High; also 7 room unfurnish
ed house at 473 N. High. Inquire at
600 N. High or phone 1096. . . tf
MODERN 5 room house for rent, very
reasonable, near school, church and
street car line. Enquire 1491 Souta
FOR SALE Thoroughbred Jersey heif
er calf. 1333 N. lath St. W. Bauitt
LOST North . of town, one bay mare
1000, no shoes, foretop trimmed. In
quire Center St. feed sued. sept27
FOUND 1 Bay mare, 900 lb. star in
forehead, left fore foot white. In
quire Center St. feed shed. oct3
ONE GOOD TEAM Of mares for sale,
reasonable if taken at once. R. 3,
No. 220, phone 7SF4. Bept2!)
WANTED Well matured jwtntoes for
shipping, Mongis Bros. Phono 717.
FOR SALE One ton Federal truck in
good condition. Interesting price for
cash buyer. Salem Fruit Co., 267 8.
Com'l St. tf
WANTED Reliublo man for general
farm work, Bteady job if satisfac
tory. Address F. W. Journal office.
CIDER AND VINEGAR Apples want
ed. Will pay cash on delivery. Sack
furnished. Gideon Stolz Co., near cor
ner Summer and Mill .Sts. . tf
FOB SALE Or rent, modern five room
bungalow near Grant school, in good
repair. Will sell on terms or rent R.
H. Mills, at Spauldtng Logging Co.
FOB BENT Furnished or unfurnished
sleeping rooms, office ' rooms and
housekeeping rooms, reasonable rate
W. H. Norris, Bee. Hubbard bide.
Boom 304. - . tf
SECOND HAND Mens! clothing, '
jewelry, musical, instruments, tools,
guns, etc., bought, sold and traded.
Capital Exchange, ' 337 Court St.
Phone 493. . octlt
FOR SALE Or trade. 63 acre farm, 10
acres in prunes, wiil trado for good
income or residence property in Port
land or Salem, or for smaller place,
no real estate men need answer this)
ad. Owner care Journal. scpt'29
SALESMEN WANTED Special rep
resentative to present nationally ad
vertised article to automobile own
ers in this city. Splendid opportuni
ty for good salesman. Give full in
formation about past experience in
first letter. Address box B3. sept2S
FORD OWNERS Attention, Ford ex
pert mechanic wants work on Ford
cars, will do work on your machine
at your home, my price will save you
dollars, most reliable work only. A
1 references. Phone 1.180R immediate
ly for appointment. sept27
SALE SACRIFICE Our Highland gar-
den 'uonie, 2 acres richest soil, now 7
room house, own complete water sys
tem, li inch pipe nearly all over
place: cow, horse, 30 hens, wagon and
all tools, some household goods; good
barn will hold 4 cows. 1 horse, for
quick sale. 4000, J. A. Woodarel
' 2305 X. 25th St. sert3Q