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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEMf OREGON, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1919
INTEREST IN ANNUAL SILVERTON JERSEY
O. A. C- OREGON GAME j BREEDER TO CO EAST
HIGH DESPITE RECORD, ON RESPONSIBLE JOB
Coqullle liaa named November 14 f Members of the Methodist church of
land 15 for the annual corn show in;Pendleton have subscribed J27UO to
! that city, an event which has in tneW.ird the fund for the women's dorml-ll-ast
three of four years proved poflu-jtory soon to be built at Willamette
'lar. ! university.
TIfE 7JNIVERS AL CAR
Whatever may be the outcome of
the game today between the Univer
sity of Oregon and Washington State
college elevens. In Portland, the an
nual game between Oregon und the
Oregon Agricultural college, on the
Eugene campus next Saturday will
be of more than passing Interest to
the football fans of the state. And
this,- despite the fact that the Aggies
have yet to win their first conference
tame of the season.
On paper the- Corvallis aggrega
tion is weak as compared to the Ore
gon machine which vanquished the
University of Washington gang on
their home playground last week to
the music of a 24 to 13 score. Coach
Hargisa' bunch received one trim
ming at the hands of Stanford and
only last week Buffered a trouncing
at the hands of the University of Cal
ifornia. In the 8tanfnrd game the Cor
vallis lads outplayed their opponents,
according to "wise football heads"
who saw the contest, but the breaks
of the game went against them. Like-
wise, in the California battle the or
ange and black warriors fought hard
but without a horseshoe.
Dope Is Worthless
And then, one never can tell yhat
is going to be uncorked when the two
state institutions tangle each year in
the "Oregon classic." Too many times
has the apparently .weaker team, es
pecially in the case of Oregon, which
has a rabbit's foot reputation In con
nection with this tussel, upset the
"dope bucket" and walked off with
There's durlt deeds abroad when
these two aggregations tangle and
while the lemon yellow should annex
the state title this year, it is not go
ing to be without a scrap. Over at
Kugene they have an old slogan,
"Once every ten years" which means
In cruel, hard Kngllsh that O. A. C.
has won only three times over the
varsity lads, once In 187. again In
.1907 and lately and finally in 1817.
They are due again In '27, but that's
a long time to wait and Hargiss' pro
togees aren't going to wait if it is In
the cards to do otherwise. Hence,
they will try to spring the surprise
stuff on November 15.
; Oregon Is Fuvorlle
C That they are not likely to succeed
Is evidenced by the way In which
followers of - the game are placing
their money on Huntington's cohorts.
Or.gon is popularly a 10 li 7 favor-
, lie, and locally some bets have been
placed that the lemon yellow will win
by a margin of 20 points. Dope hard
',ly justifies the latter margin, how
ever. To gather In the game with two
(touchdowns to spare would be credit
able to any Oregon team In contest
with O. A. C. not because they have
not apparently a much stronger scor
ing machine than have the Corvallis
boys, but because the--orange and
black will fight Oregon with the last
nunce ot strength in their systems.
Iteason? Rivalry that has so far
iknown no compromise. '
1 And again should Oregon vanquish
the much touted Pullman gang today,
O. A. C. would, next Saturday, have
the opportunity of grabbing a slip
pery hold on coast championship hon
ors by defeating the Kugene trew.
Should Oregon lose today, the Aggies
will have the Incentive of pulling
someone else dovn to occupy the cel
lar with them and at the same time
annex the state honors.
Nak'iit to Send Crowd
In any case the battle will, as usual
1C worth seeing, and will be 'seen by
a. host of Oregon and O, A. C. fol
lowers from this section of the val
ley. Already the Salem O. A. C. club
has announced its intention of filling
a special car of rooters to make the
trip and a similar move on the part
ot former Oregon students and grad
uates is on foot. For the university
followers, the trip will hold more titan
the prospect of seeing their alma ma
ter down the old 'rivals. Next week
end will be Homecoming for former
Oregon students and it is estimated
that between 1600 and 2000 will he
back on the campus.
Pioneer Of Scotts Mills
District Called By Death
Hilverton, Nov. 7. Mrs. T,onte
Jleini, aged 8:1, died in this city Mon
day. She was a pioneer of the Scotts
Mills district, moving to this city 13
years ago, and Is survived by six rhll
ilren: Charles lielim of Scotts Mills;
!. A. lleina, postmaster at McMlnn
vllle: John Helm of Needy; Mrs. Hoy
l'helps of The Dalles; Mrs. Fred Smelt
rer of Pomeroy, Wash.; Mrs. John
A'iimcke of Canby.
North Powder by a vote of 120-to 2''
has decided to Issue $30,000 worth of
bonds It) install a water system.
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SIR COOPER BECOMES
LONDON LORD MAYOR
London, Nov. 8. (United Press)
Sir Kdward Krnest Cooper today was
, inniuiieu uvra Aiavor oi iionann wnn
j the civic pomp and ceremony which
i nas oeen nanued dow.i from the mid
Idle ages. Once more that hoary an
I achronism, the "Lord Mayor's Show"
I dislocated the normally badly con
gested traffic of the city for some four
hours, but as usual Londoners turned
out in huge crowds for the annual
pageant, ' HtUBk.
j The Saturday half-holiday increased
the normal crowds, and there was ex
tra Jollification over It's being the
first "Show" since the armistice.
The "show" contained few new
features, being comprised of the usial
detachments of London volunteer
regiments, but this year there was a
notable display of war ribbons among
the marchers, and the cannon turned
out by the City of London Royal Field
Artillery were among those which lit
tle more than a year ago had been
thundering at the gates of Jerusalem.
The crowds lining the sidewalks gave
these veterans a vociferous welcome
and there was much civic pride dis
played over the banners borne by
otther citizen battalions, winners now
Inscribed with the names of many a
field' in France, Helgium, Italy,
Salonika, Palestine and Mesopotamia.
Tonight there will be tha customary
civic banquet at the Mansion House,
at which Premier Lloyd George and
other leading statesmen will speak.
Sir Edward Cooper is a well-known
musician, being chairman of tlte com
mittee of the Royal,- Academy of
Music. The salary of "the Lord Mayor
for his year of office is JGO.OOO, but
he generally has to spend about five
or six times that amount. Cooper's
predecessor, Sir Horace Marshall,
probably had to spend half a million
dollars during the past year owing to
Clash Once More
New York. Nov. 8. (United Press)
Renewal of athletic relations be
tween the United States and rVtnmln
Is expected to give a hlg boom to
hockey and Ice games, this winter,
lly an alliance rpcpntiv fnMMa.t
hockey and skating associations of the
United States nnd famuli! tnln,-r,.,tl,,r,
al matches for.chnmplonshlp honors,
wnicn were discontinued when Can
ada's expeditionary force went across
will be resumed.
New York will have three big
teams. The Crescent A. C. nf rtinnk.
lyn; the St. Nicholas Skating club-and
the Hoclcey Club of New York will
be in the field. The Nnw v..v a
and the famous Wanderer's jt,,m,
Club will not be organized this sea
son, i'ract ral v nil of the nt.i .i..,.
bets of these two iit.l tmna
either killed or ineapaclated dining
Has a "Kick"
St. Louis, Mo. Nov. fi. -Six author
ities on alcohol and Its effect, after
tests on men and women regular
drinkers, occasional drinkers, and to
tal abstainer, have found;
Two cups of coffee have as much
"kick" as twenty one pints of one
half of one per cent beer.
A stomach full of 2.75 Is onrv
enough for one quarter of one drunk.
twenty one and a halt quarts of
one half of one per cent beer at a
sitting are necessary for intoxication,
out the human stomach will hold only
one-seventeenth ot that quantity.
Six pints of one-half of one per
cent beer rapidly consumed is the
sume as one teaspoonful of alcohol.
These facts are contained in affi
davits filed by the six authorities, In
cluding Dr. John Marshall, professor
of chemistry and toxicology in the
University of Pennsylvania. The af
fidavits were filed in federal court
here today in support of the applica
tion of St. Louis brewers to restrain
enforcement of the Volstead prohi
DALLAS HAS N-:v LAW 1'IUM
(Capital Journal Special Servico.)
Dallas. Or.,-Nov. S. A new law firm
whs formed in Dallas this week when
L. 1). Brown, nn,o of the pioneer law
eis of the city and J. N. Helgerson, a
returned soldier who passed the bar
examination a short time ago, went tn.
to partnership. The new firm wilt be
known as Brown t Helgerson and will
have their offices in the ISrown build
lr on Mill street. ,Mr. Telgersoji has
been studying law under Mr. Hiown
since his graduation from the Dallas
hlRh school, but the war with Germany
seriously Interfered with his studies
Mimcwhat as he was sergeant in com
pany L nf this city and went to the
front with them. After his discharge,
however, he again took up the, atudy
of law and passed the recent examina
tion with flying colors.
The license pt Mrs. Charles Ander
son, authorising the running of a room
ina house at Faker, has been ordered
revoked, it being alleged that the home
was being used as I. W. W. headquar
(Caplttl Journal Special Service.)
Silvcrton, Or., Nov. 8. Accepting
an offer of eastern stock breeders to
take charge of their herds, Frank
Doerfler, well-known Jersey breeder
of this town, will leave soon to as
sume cliarge of his new duties. A
dance will beheld soon in honor of him
and his famllv.
Mr. Doerfler has developed a herd
of registered Jerseys which have at
tracted nationwide attention. Million
aire breeders of the east now realize
that Oregon not only has dairy ani
mals of unsurpassed quality, but are
even offering the big, progressive, red
blooded dairymen of this country phe
nomenal sums to manage their af
fairs. Mr. Doerfler took a trip east
lagt spring to attend the American
Jersey Cattle Club meeting. As a re
sult he has been persuaded to go east
as manager of the great Ayredale
Stock Farm at Bangor, Maine. His
own herd will continue with their
splendid records as before, under the
care of K. Hanneman. The hetler,
Silver Chimes Gwendola which hius
Just completed a world's record over
all breeds for cows uunder two years
old will probably go east soon to
show at the National Dairy Show next
Mr. Doerfler has a fortune In this
one animal alone. The (5,100 cow of
this herd has Just completed a record
of about 1,000 pounds of butter as a
3-year old having failed to capture the
championship honors for her age, for
which she was headed, (livenitola
Rosaire, the mother of Silver Chimes
Gwendola, completed her year's work
with 15,737 pounds milk and 1,035
pounds butter which is about the 35th
best record ever made. Other records
from 1,000 to 1,150 pounds butter are
now in the market on this farm.
30 AMERICAN WOMEN
OFF TO STUDY ORIENT
' San Francisco, Nov. 8. (United
PresB) The second deputation' of 30
prominent American women, Includ
ing two college presidents In addition
to several .social "workers, women
physicians and religious leaders,
sailed from here today on the-Tenyo
Mttru for .Yokohama where It will
join the first delegation that sailed
from Vancouver on October 30.
The women will divide themselves
into several commissions nt Yokoha
ma to go to various sections of the
Orient to make an exhaustive study
of every problem In the mission field
from standardization of women's uni
versities and schools and prevention
of tuberculosis to adaptation of Amer
ican hymns to Chinese tem-tems and
the problem of putting he.althy con
temporary American novels . In the
Japanese "best seller" class.
Third Point In "Triangle"
Wishes To See Wife Han?
San Francisco, Nov. 7. Frederick
Thurston, the "point of the triangle"
which was shattered when Mrs. Thurs
ton shot and killed Miss Jean Kim
ball, said today ho wished to see his
wife hang and that he felt "not the
slightest sympathy for her."
"My wife was not Jealous of Miss
Kimball. She merely wanted $5000 ns
a price to allow me a divorce," he
WASTING 1,200,0(10 TRKKS A YKAR
The amount of waste paper col
lected in all parts of Great Britain In
191-1 was one thousand tons per week.
By 1918 this had been increased to
0000 tons per week, or an Increase of
approximately 500 per cent. It re
quires eight trees of mature growth to
produce a tone of paper pulp. Every
ton of waste paper which can be sub
stltued will save eight trees for other
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Will pay best prices for
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Bfeds and other used Furni
ture. Get my prices before
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