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FIVE WiLl BE Kl TtSE LEAD! - i I Set Contih t Fluid Dryhn i. TTHE slice of toast that is made on your modern gas range is pretty good. But do you remember when they made it over the coals of the kitchen stove, with a long toasting fork? Browned just right, crisp, and buttered hot. Those were the days. We've gone right back to this fine, simple old idea to make Lucky Strike, the real Burley cigarette. Yes, sir! The tobacco it's toasted. We made this discovery after five years of experiment. Before this you couldn't have a ready-made Burley cigarette; flavor wouldn't hold. And you certainly wanted it; look at the sixty million pounds of Burley you poured out of those green, red and blue tin' boxes last year. "Blame good tobacco!" So now go to it; Lucky Strike Cigarettes; delicious, toasted Burley. It's a new flavor you'll enjoy the idea of the buttered toast. How to open the package Tctr off prt ol Iba lop only, t thWB ' CtRtrattes in ftaptf park gt of to ir carrlrtl mon handily (hit y. ind kfpp I'Mitr, I. bkrly to if'ill Inio you( poikei Face of Fiv: Straight Defeats-Says Tem Playing Good Ball 1 The 2l Burley I.I I ,, , ) ) f Cte w b x:' xLa II i By H. C. Hamilton (l"i.itnl I'ivc stuff correpondii0 New York, .May LM Pied Mil. hell, i'irr.i believer in jnHcn ilestiuv fur the 'ub. after five trniijlit defeats, is oilnv still certain his National league snrpri e putty lias only started mil is just -getting i's breath lor another jolt. Mitchell "'iuts with some ptt'isf;n Hnn to thf fact that, despite losses ill Phil adelphia ami defeat in the first Count 'ill. Imh team kh plnviug good baso IkiiI in eeiy yame Inn one. he de I darn Ins oitcliei live pitching w 11111 inu la-eliiill. but the breaks me go ti'i against the t'ubs. Tin. I. leaks are a1was witli a win nine, l .i kiH c lub. 'I'iie onh- exception is thai a team wins by making the 1 :--!! ti s. Th:r was tme ei' (lie world's ' ' v a ! 1 1 1 ' ' m i Uiave ami ii has been true o: must eliatii'iinistiii clubs. When the i ulis were joy riding on the i rei-t of their ten straight spree, they weie mak ing the break -i e to tlieni. M it' hell is iini..:-:;aKalile the belief that the breaks vi!l i-imie auaiu, because liN train, lie declares, still lias the heart. ( 'i.n-i.lerabl dependency is placed by Mi'.rltell in his pitching staff. Hii ,eain is not a heavy hitting trjgreg'it inn liis hope lies in hi pitchers being able . 1. I I .1 ..;!.... n i Vitic rmia IN ll'tui iie I'l'i'wnn ikii iu a ....... it'or at lies'. 'tin? Cu'1 "ill not be tible i . , .. n:., .i,., to nuiKe very many nnne lumea inun there is mi actual need for. 20 for 10c It ymr 4tJt( tes Mi carr) Ibfiil. sij tl fw tartonof 10 j.rkcj(s. IiLuixc Co. of Calilonib. ISo. I'ark, Sal Our men will dcmonstrt to you how the tobacco if toatted at many ' store Cunranteed bjr Gunranteec SAW JlWJLyU Copyright br Tba Anurlcao Tobacco Comti. la-. si. II gam j ? Cigarette Made j from Toasted Tobacco Ibis froaent day of great clovclop- the cigarette mamifuettirors nitbwa behind hnnd-witness tlie f ugarette made from toasted Bur- A ? F,or a lu" '""o cigaretto bavo ton rolling their own the red, bjuo and Kreou tins of J Mohacco, but there was no such o be bad as a ready-made Bur f tobacco cigarette. "'tmumdoua popularity of Burley S t,'aceo is evidenced by the W , "llion clB"-ett08 were roll JOand in 1910 while only 21 bil f redy-made cigarettes were sold. Ii .C?l81ng ,,oman,, f"- Burley tobioco has been under closa T m b7 ciB'tte manufactur of ycaPB- Naturally 2L" t8,-0 8(,vanigo of auch a Mtket they have been con- xperimenting to develop a 8at- rBurlpy cigaret te Jotaacte to such a result waa that JiLl whmi "hredded for C 1 5 Prvol)1( to discover Me7 tl ?J,lseJ in ready-made This Ul rem,ain in Cod con" i's has now been aceoiuplUh- ' i.. M M M t mTiJ mm 111 -I Appreciated 2y J ed by the application of a new principle in cigarette-making. Under this new iirine.inle the tnbncen is toasted, thus accomplishing the one necessary thing to liolil the liuney liavor in eigareue form. The new Liicky Strike cigarettes now being introduced tire the first suc cessful application of this new principle of cigarette-making. This new process of handling tobacco meant the installation of new machines known as "Toasting machines" in the cigarette 'factories. These toasting ma chines are of great size, being about 175 feet in length and from 10 to 12 feet in width. Running the entire length of the machine is an endless belt of wire uicah which carries the tobacco over steam coils placed beneath the belt, which toasts the tobacco in transit. This new toasted Burley tobacco cigarette has attained tremendous popu larity in thji east and now Pacific coast smokers will be given a chance to en joy its rare flavor. I Watching the Scoreboard X - Pacific Coast League Standings isan bVanciseo jSnlt Lake I Oakland M'ortlauil Los Angeles Vernon W HI .1.) 1 IS .11) L 17 18 23 lVt, .G46 ..r,!U .4 SO .477 .4lt(l .3!)0 A Symbol of Health Tke Pythagoriaus uf Ancient Greece ate simple food, practiced temperance and purity. As a badge they used he five pointed star which they regarded as a symbol of health. A red five poiut ed star appears on each package ot Chamberlain's Tablets, and still tub fila its ancient mission us a symbol or health. 16 vou are troubled with indi gestion, biliousness or constipation, get a package of these tnblete from your drugget. You will be surprised at the quick relief which they afford. Obtain- Uuberl'-s- TabletB Have Done CHARGED WITH AESON Hertford, Or.,Ma7 -"-Mrs. Aljoe . ts-.. m. .....I Mrs rstllilt Uarwooit ot ncmiiu ';-;,., fadden and Mrs. Priefus, of Ashlan. 1. are under indictment hero todaj on charges of arson. Local authorities -clare they are members of a ring wh.; h has operated extensively a onK the J a cific oast. Mrs. Garwood M o the leader ana ner cd, will stop the ring's operations Pet. .679 .(ill .517 .412 .375 ::,-J .(143 .()22 .(il)7 .otlO .4h3 .412 .407 .310 . PEOPLE ASK US what is the best hair tonic. We alwavs recommend TRADE MABP1 HAIR TONIC W kaon tie Tormula and it is eood one. SoW only by us, 1.00. Cftpital Drug Store, Z. J. Ktgg, Salenij Ore, National League W. L. Philadelphia J Vork 9 Clucaso ct " ,! I'uuif. l o ( ineiniiati J Hoston I 1 Brooklyn Pittsburg 11 l American League Boston Chicago it ew Vork ' t'levelan.l l Washington w- 'u",s a h I IWlHUt'lJ'Ui The Oaks featured as champion er rorists yesterday when tho Seals beat them i'iVe to 1. Catcher Koehe occupied the spotlight in the sixth iiiniug when he picked up Koeruer's ount and threw it overrrt base and then fell down wb Ofc threw to the plate to catch HUgtraw. Three runs counted in that inning hcf c the Oaks settled down And icv didn't settle down so awful h.iru a h a fr the .Seals scored a couple uue. in the next two stansas. nVZUo m mre nn base, threw ::Udu7wilieJ.uaWiUiani9 scored. --,tlKtKxhit,be ing them lour u. The Tigers hit D.ibuc at will, total ing 11 safe swat. Fight In To Congress to Determine Scope of Food Control Bill By J- P. Yoder (United Press staff correspondent) Washington, May 23. The big fight in congress to determine the scopo of food control by the government during tlie war was launched today. Both in the house and senate the first of the two administration food bills were reported. Both provide a thorough survey of all food products in the country, money for seeds, provisions for prevention of wastes and an appropriation to elimi nate plant and animal parasites. Total appropriations undes, the meas ures are $15,000,000. According to the formal report by the agricultural committees to house and senate tho bill presented today is designed to ''stimulate increased pro duction of foodstuffs with a view to relieving tho present emergency, both national and international. Joseph R. Ssith of Grants Pass Killed Grants Pass., Or., Kay 23. Joseph I? Smith, prominent mining man, inan aticr of the lel Norte county claim holder association in California anil eeretarvtressurer of .the Tri Metn Mining company is oeau lotiay Mrti C ii- Kisnann and Mrs. George Kiidfoid, both Grants Pass women, are suffering from slight bruises as a re lit of an automobile accident late last fht one mile north of Central Point. A "fourth member of the party, James T White, manager of the local office of the Oregon Gas and Electric com- reuiv escaped uninjured- p.uo, -s'-i ... ,,l ,( e nt a The aufouH'"1"- . . .,, ' ,,rve. Smith died a few minutest I ut ter t.ne Krnie Koob got his first- hit since j l!i!."i, but the lied Sox beat him. I .lini Vaughn's bad start was the I'Cst lin-k the tliants have had for some tiltl". An error turned the tide for the White Sox. Southern Pacific May Have Strike In June San Francisco. Jlay 23. V strike of railroad men on the Pacific coast isj feared as the result of meager reports) drifting in on the strike vote now be-1 ing taken by SU'KI employes of the Southern Pacific company. j L. fj. Saiiboin. general chairman ofj tho Brotherhood of Locomotive Kn-; gineers stated today that early reports, indicate the men will support their or ganizations in their demands. '111? strike vote has been in progress for nearly two weeks. All ballots will have been in by June W, and an official an nouncement will be made June 11. 'Thc men arc asking nothing new," Sanborn declared. "We are asking only that which the Southern Pacific agreed to give us in the agreement signed in 1SH2. We ask official recog nition, the rate of pay that was agred upon and other conditions. "Of course, a strike will not neces sarily follow the declaration of the men," but. if the Southern Pacific, re fuses to negotiate after it has learned the attitude of the men, it is the log ical move." More than 8000 Southern Pacific em ployes are voting. All are members of the four brotherhoods. The strike vote concerns only the Southern Pacific. t ALGUHOL-3 PtR CENT. similatinU the Food by M tin$ the Stomachs awl Bowls of EEESEEa Thereby Promoting DiScsUon i Cheerfulness and RAContai i neither Opium.Morphine not ! Mineral. Not Nahcotic i JhunpbA Set Alx tr Jtvtrlt, Mitt Anisr 5f4 :! A helpful Remedy for I ConstipaUort and Diarrhoea and Fevcrishness ana t ncc of sleep i resultiiitSmwefronnfancy., :i rac Simile Siinatuot it OU0l For Infants ar.d Children. Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria Always Bears the f Signature of MiJ in Use For Over Thirty Years A Exact Copy of Wrapper. THE OCNTAUH COMMNV. NIWVOKK OfTT Reck Point News (Capital Journal Spc-inl Service) Kocky Point. M"ay 2.1. The farmers are rushing the seeders these few nice days. Curtis Siuiih of Silverton is well ngiiin ami back tit J. A. liurns. Uarhys were in Ain!isil!e .Monilny. J. A. burns anil family were call ers at (Sublimity W'e.l nesilny. Mr. and Mrs. AY. II. lowning were in S'aytoti Wednesday. A few friends of P. ,1. ISarby uat bor ed at his home Wednesday evening to hcjp him celebrate his birthfluy. Those pre.-kiit depaited al a late hour wishing his birthdav came oftener. Thoso pres ent were Mr. and Mis. 1J. Downing, Mr. and Mrs. J. liocdiyiieiiiier, A. Ilan son an. I sister. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. liurns. The finishing; up work of the school term is keeping both teacher and pu pils busy. , Philip Wagoner and family called at 1'ieJioiiie of M. Nutting of i'ern Kidge L'riilav. i JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY Good reasons why "3 r -'l your ticket should read Union Pacific System: I utter THO .c,i-. t t - " MPi "Post ; Toasties I AND CREAM I iS.y ASJS WHAT I I Wonders for Me." ' T have been a sufferer from stom ach trouble for a number of years, and although I have used a great number of remedies recommended for this com plaint, Chamberlain's Tablets is the first medicine that has given mo posi tive and lasting relief," writes Mrs. Anna Kadin, Spencerport, N. Y. "Chamberlain's Tablets have done wonders for me and I value them very highly." Obtainable everywhere. Dallas Local News Dallas, Or., May 24. Walter Nichols, cashier of the Sheridan bank, was a Dallas business visitor Monday. H. Ia Thompson, a prominent busi ness man of Falls City, was a Dallas visitor Tuesday afternoon. Miss Flora McCallon returned Mon day from a short visit with friends in Portland. T. C. Stock well returned Monday from a several days' business visit in Portland. D. V. Poling is in The Dalles this week visiting old friends. Mr. Poling was formerly pastqr of a church in that city. Frank Dennison of Salem was a guest at the home of Mr- and Mrs. William K rsey on Hayter street Sunday. Miss J nnie Muscott returned to her home in Dallas, Monday aftor a short visit, with Miss Ella Carpenter in Port land. , (ieorge Clanfield, a prominent farm er of the Halt Creek country, is in Port land this week looking after business interests. Mi-a v J llrvrni of Portland is a houso guest of Mr. and Mrs. B. L, Chapman this week. Clove Fiurch, a former Dallas boy now residing in Portland was in the ,.;ttr s,in1..iv rreotiiir' old friends. Miss Georgia Fisko was a week end visitor with her sister, Miss IJuena in Portland. Mrs. E. J. Hartley and Mraand Mrs. M. hupp of Portland were guests at the hbme of Mr. and Mrs. TJ. S. Lough arv this week. Milton Dent and Irvin White of Perrydale. were Dallas visitors Monday. Mrs. H. S. Butz visited with her son at Vancouver Barracks Sunday. Joseph N. Helgerson, a member of Company L, spent Saturday and Sun-' day in Dallas with bis wife and family. ' . G. Kckman, a prominent news f McMinnville was a Dal las busimss visitor Monday. Max Gehlcr, district attorney or Marion County was a Dallas business visitor Monday afternoon, Mrs. Mary P. Sox, 84, and a pioneer of 1844, died at her home in McMinn ville Tuesday. Her funeral took place in Portland i today. Automatic Safety Signals Protecting every foot of the way to Chicago. 1140 Miles of Double-Track Highest type of road-bed construction. H Top-Notch Trains Through Sleeping-Cars and Diner to Chicago, Omaha, Kansas City. Denver. Columbia River Route East Parallels America's Greatest Highway through the famous gorge, between road and river. UNION PACIFIC SYSTEM JOINS WEST AND EAST WITH A BOULEVARD OF STEEL PORTLAND CITY OFFICE, Third at Washington WM. McMURRAY, General Paeseogflr Agent 0 - i i A WORLD PICTURE ;i anADV - MADE ;J And I "All ManM i Kxpe.nsive all star casts do not appear to worry tho producers of World-. Diady Pictures' much. They have been appearing in tho last few releases wi... surprising regularity. The most recent release, "All Man," presents an other exceptional east- Two young ladies who are both big favorites, and each have 'large pei-nonal followings, have big parts which they present per fectly. These girls are (ienla Holmes and Mollie King. The two young ladies mentioned above would ordinarily bo enough tu carry any story of the fivo thousand foot length. In this play, however, an even bigger star appears. This star is a man for whom the public is daily clamoring and who evidently cannot make pictures fast enough to suit the popular demand Robert Warwick. If you enjoy a splendid story, splendidly acted? do not miss seeing thu, unbeatable combination hero offered which will bo at the Vo Liberty thea tre on tomorrow and Saturday.