Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, November 11, 1914, Page SIX, Image 6

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THE WEEKLY JOURNAL, BALEM, OREOON, WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER It. 1314.
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Do Not Fear the End of the World
By Law!
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CAPITOLA ,
THE END OF
THE WORLD
15 COMING
IN 9U
WHO TOLD
TOU A FORTUNE
TELLFFf
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NO.DEARIE
A MAN OUT
IN JERSEY
SAID 30
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LY! i
FORGET IT.PrrTf!
EVERY SPRING,
SOME JERSETITE
GUESSES THE END
OF THE WORLD,AND
fcvcKi SUnMEFLSOnt
MOSQUITO OUT THERE,
MAKES OU WISH IT
WOULD END RIGHT
AWAY
I'D BE AWFUL
SORRY DARLING, I
TO SEE THIS
OLD, OLD WORLD. I
BUSTTUP
WOULDN'T YOU'
YES, BUT I'D
MOVE OVER
TO EUROPE
BEFORE THE
END CAME.
TEE. HEE.
HEE !'.'
I rJOPE WE'LL
BE ALIVE IN
1933. WHEN
THE FINISH
COMES '.'
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SO DO I , BUT
WHAT MAKES
YOU SO
A.NX.IOUS.
LOVEY1?
r
( WELL.. WONT
IT BE GREAT FUN'
TO GO DOWN TOWN
AND WATCH ALLJ
THOSE HIGH
BUILDINGS,
TUMBLING DOWN?
SALEM HIGH TO MEET
EUGENE SATURDAY
The biggest football game of the sea
huh for tlio Salem high school eleven
will he phtyeil next Saturday afternoon
when the local school will meet the
gridiron men from Kugcne high boo !
on the local field.
The contests between the schools have
ulwuvs been attended with the highest
rivalry anil the kittle this year prom
ises to lie full of "pep" and ginger
from whistle to whistle.
For two weeks past both teams have
bent their energies toward preparing
for this contest and plan to be iu the
liest condition they have been in this
season when the hick-nl'f starts the bi(i
battle.
As is their usual custom, the Kiigouo
train will be accompanied by an excur
sion train full of rooters and their high
school kind. The iiesence of ho ninny
Kugeno routers has in the past cnlled
forth many yelling contests anil this
will again be part or' the program. Tlie
Snleai supporters are hard at work
pia.-ticim tluir various yells thrit they
may ninintiiin their reputation lor mil
routine; llieii opponents.
Friday evening will see the biggest
rally id' Ihe year in preparation for the
contest. The high'school baud will be
out and the famous red serpent will
wend its way through the principal
streels that nil may know of the ureal
contest of the following duy.
NORTH CAROLINA ALL RIGHT
Washington, Nov, II. l,ilililuM re
ports of a mishap to the I'nited States
cruiser North Carolina, in Turkish
waters, were scoffed at here today by
Secretary of Ihe Navy, lie sail the
American consul at Beirut hail cabled
the ilepartineut yesterday but did not
mention the North Carolina. The
eruiner sailed from New York shortly
lifter the outbreak of the Muropeau war
to Hike money tor tho rebel or stramle I
Americans iii tho warring n:iliom.
Farmer, Read This!
Does your land produce
what it should? t Wet, cold
land will not do it.
Why? Because it needs
tiling.
Have a talk with J. F.
Bingham, the tile man, and
see what he will tell you
about your wet land.
Address General Delivery,
Salem, or phone care 1472.
L. M. HUM
Care of
YICK SO TONG
Chinese Medicine and
Tea Company
Ha3 medicine which
will cure any known
disease.
153 South High Street,
Salem, Ore. Thone 28;.
SPORT NEWS I
WHITE IMS II IAD BABY 100 MUCH
COMiNG CHAMPION FOR GAME WHITE MAN
THE INNES ARE TREE-
His Showing With Welsh Puts McMahon Put Up Game Fight
Ilira Among the Top-Notch-
ers in His Class
By Hal Slisrldan.
New York, Nov. II.- I harlie
White'
But Is Not In Class With
Lansford
i
lie
San Antonio, Texas, Nov. 11,
HecniiHe of failure t ocstablish
proof of tho death of Mrs.
Beatrice Nclnis, sisters, of At
lanta, (la., Prosecutor V. ('.
Linden announced hero this
afternoon that the pending
murder indictment against Vic
tor limes and Mrs. I lines would
bo dismissed.
Charlies of misappropriation
of funds belonging to -Mrs.
Dennis nre still pending in
Atlanta against limes and his
wife.
Tho limes were arrested near
Kugono, Or., several weeks ago.
I.o.i Angeles, Nur.v II. Sam Lima
ford is luxuriating today in the African
work ..gainst champion Freddie Welsh 1 section of l.os Angeles after plucking
an easy uciory Irom 'loin .Mr.Uahoi,
PRINTING COSTS LESS
UNDER PRESENT LAW
Stale Printer' Harris lias made the
following statement to Secretary of
iiiiiiii Ksi
'snees'j mrijt.. i "Ii win-1 ji in" fi mwvm
i. , ' . . .
j y nnjniiliii ri iiMim.i -
Milwaukee Mi.ihlnv nielil
III ill to a chance al the title own- a 1 11 wl'ite man win; is very game im.l Ct"tw I'lotl:
longer distance. I hit weighed at least
six rounds, White held the champion le
an even break, and thousands ut specta
tors left the arena believing that had
both men made l:i;l pounds ringside and
tlie bout been for 1- rounds instead ot
ten, tho title wuuld have ' dunned
hands,
The finish found White fighting with
tho fury of a corueied wild cat, while
Welsh had slowed up to n walk. The
champion's light jalis failed to worry
the l litcniiiiiin. while Hid liluvci ilidii.
eied liv the challenger hurt when thev '''"or ami hadi'd puiicli for punch, tall j vK'i'', would have to he I SO,lHll).
comi.v'to.l. Welsh lauded probably twill'"! "l1' ''.v storm mid dividing " Kver since the stale took ei
punches to While's one, but Charlie 's I ""', 'lonors ol the round.
ine i on li li murueil the heiuuiuK of
ino eno. i nroiiL'iiuut this round
tried his best to furnish real opposition! ''Hecent newspaper discussion of tho
lo the Huston ni'nio. Laniifunl I iuishe.l ' estimate of this ileparlinent on the cost
liis man iu the si.vth round of a sihcd "r printing for tiie next bieiiniuin may
ii li'il -il-ruiiinl battle at Vermin, a town!11'"1' 10 ereate some doubt us to the
i unstable stopping tlie affair after I 'ord of elfieiency made under the
l.aiilonl hud tipped Mr.Mulion ijver i present state ownership system. There
with a short left to Ihe chin. need be no confusion as to thu cost of
II uj! fat and slow, Landlord was out-i,,1(' public printing by any who desire
poinic.l hi the first round, wdiile he 1 10 unow tne tacts,
si.'.ed up Ins opponent. Tlie - second
round saw McAlahon weather' consider
able punishment. In the third the white
man stood toe to toe with the black
lair estimate of the cost for
luli-l!lU under the present method of
state ownership will be iflO.llilO. The
estimate, were the old law still in
and
the fifth Sam jabbed his man into help-lessnei-s,
but the uaiiie McMjihoa stayed
by his Kims, Tlie .law punch in the
sixtli ended tlie uueipiul battle.
la the preliminaries Lea Powers took
a four-round decision from Kddie Lor
raine at l:i" pounds. Steve lialton ami
I leu u y Palmer liohtweiuhts, went six
rounds to a draw. .luhniiy Arro.ay
took a Ill-round decision from h'raukie
Conway at 1-' pounds.
I.nnuford probably will meet Harry
Wills al Vermin, I'D rounds, Thanks
KiviiiK Duy,
wullups did twice us much dnmuuo.
Thousands of fiejit fans believe that
therj are two liulit wcinlits in this coun
try who can beat Welsh iu a 'Jll-rouud
bout Willie Uitcliie unil ( harlie White.
Welsh lacks tlie punch, while both
Uitchie and White carry u knockout in
either Klovo,
A Good Foot Racar.
I''iihtlii in Knojaiid, where the fans
like to see a man make a ruaawnv
fiyht, Welsh probably would last S
rounds HKiiiust the best of them, hut it
is almost a certainty that lie could nut
stand the null' for that distance in this
coiinliy where u boxer must stand up
mid fi;ht. Americans expect their box
ers to be lighters, not runners.
Califoriiiaus who saw White In action
unai'is) Joe Azevedo la Hail Praaclsco
n few mouths nun believe Ititchie will
knock him out ill a -0-roiind bout. True,
While slopped A.evedo iu tlie 1 St It
round, hut Joe was whipped before he
started. W liite leaves himself wide
, u-..,.l.l I... .. 1. i,u..i.:..i u
riKht and left rips to Ihe lio.lv, .The1,"" "f '' ninti-h with Hilly Murray
fans would like to see White and Welsh ! "''''' ,'i ';f;hei;ht Champion Willie
clash la a "U round bout In New Or
leans, the winner to meet Willie Uit
chie. This would be an elimination
I'nnt.'st worth while, and would clear
up the liKhtwcitrht muddle.
SAILOR PETROSKEY
GETS YELLOW ATTACK
utitrol
of the priutinit plant every item of
prlittiuu; has lieeu compute. I at old law
rates as well os nt new law cost. This
was done purposely to demonstrate t?le
comparative results beyond dispute.'
" i'or one even year of state owner
ship the cost of the public printiiiK
was, in round numbers, $54,111.10. Doub
ling this lor u two-year period the
amount would be $l(IS,ii(lil. The esti
mated incrense for 1IH.1-1IIKI has been
placed at a trille over 111 per cat, muk
iuK the total amount for that period
120,000.
"Measured at old law rates the nun
year's printing would have cost in
round numbers $ttl,000, or $102,000 for
two years, liaised by the lame per
cent lor increased printing in lUI.VliMli,
the amount would rcn. li $1.SI,0U0,
" Itei'or.ls of the office eontuin these
facts In detail for all who wish to ver
ify them. They have never been nnd
never will be disputed except for poli-
San Praucisco, Nv. 1 1. 1'nless ' 'tu' purposes. Tho work is filed hen?
Sailor V.A IVtroskcv r,....,c,.r- . i exactly us measured at old Inw rates
ly from an attack of yellow jiuiinliee,
vimi-ii a ccohsiiuic. i ine priF'tleal eaaeel
Uitchie will be offered a sio-rouad bout
here oil Thaaksgi. ing ,y Wlt, n,,,
Watson, l-.d.lie (Iraney, who holds the
November permit, is negotiating Willi
Ititchie, ninl the latter has promised to
give him an answer before night, Jack
biennis, Watson's malinger, is respon
sible for the statement that Uitchie has
been offered .'vHii for his end.
FOR I AR0R PARTY! . "'" ''",'" ''"'. mmu-
IJi LrtUUU lAlVll both Murray and Watson. "I would be
j willing to nil in bio with the promoter,
l'lill.l,di,l,M V.. II 1 l.,l.,,,,,..w iK ""' ""vine ...c nrsi .l,u.ui lUKetl 111
.. ' " ' , '.. ' , , T ' " : at the
ine ,iuei.ciiu i ei lern 1 1 o o oi i.aoor coo
AGITATING AGAIN
gate. Should Watson win. he
will be a good enrd in the Kast. If lie
should lose, he might as well know
wliero he stands now us later. Uitchie
FOR SALVOR TRADE
02 A. Dairy Farm en Howell Prairie.
Kor eity property. This Is one of the
best (It)' arm dairy farms in the VtilleVi
good hull. lings, 2 wells, lo spring
water, fenced. Orchard and some Um
ber, tiocnte.l in the center of Howell
Prairie, Deep, rich, black loam soil.
Pll.-e IdeOn; lentil to unit. What havt
ou to trade..
MODERN BUNGALOW CHEAP.
Modern bungalow, (l rootis, Imtlt,
toilet, stntlonnry wash trays, elect rle
light, sewer, fine location. I'ri.o
tl.fiiiO; terms to suit.
Il.msii an.) S loti f'0')i terms.
I holcn 10 nern tract, n 1 1 under culti
vation, near rdcctrln ear line an I school,
I'rlro $120 per acre) terma to tult.
EXCHANOE.
W rn trn.ln your property for nhst
yon want. Call today,
KOIt KKNT-llounn.
Money to Loan,
liisurnnm Written.
' Voiira for Pargaimi.
1 bechteHbynon
At tht RAoit old pin: 317 BtnU Street
VCMtintl, ill Kt'Hrlioil lhn. WOTO ntHHitltT-
toilnv rcHtilnttmiH covorin every
I'ont'i'iviiItU' ttioMtHitiiHi nl'tVi'tinn In Wor.
A ......1 l... I... ; it. -
deterring actio,, on .he most i...,.,.rl m.t '"" ttir,' l'1" N? or
resolutions until the second week of llier""' M' vtn '' -';ur.ll..g ma ches and
convention, when the delegates will I.,. "J1"' '"" '" val of anstie,.,
better iic.nainte.l w.lh their caaaces of , ,"'U"1' I'1"""1"
passage l.u.l the bitterness of debate is
lessoned.
Tlfc old agitation for a labor tiertv
probably will again appear, but there
is little chance of it winning at this
and with detailed siimiiiarv of cost un
der the present law.
" Kvcry one at all familiar with tho
printing department understands that
past appropriations have not covered
and have not been intended to cover tin.
full cost of the public printing. For
several bieiiniiims there have been defi-eien-des
ranging from $1(1,000 to $2.1,000
nnd aside from the deficiencies still
linger amounts have regularly been
paid for printing from other funds than
printing appropriation has been Intend
printing npir.iiiriiiti.il. has been intend
ed merely to cover what has not other-wis-'
been provided for.
"The disereptiiey now seemingly so
apparent is due to two salient facts:
First, the placing of the total east in
one iiimp Instead of erroneously regard
ing the printing appropriation as cov
Distinctively
Individual
FimMA
THE TUJUCISH BLEND
CIGARETTES
A great scholar said
they were distinctive
ly individual- you'll
find them sol
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!i;ii:;!i-n!i-,:;::;!i':::;:--i:Hii::;i::,;!.. . t.ui ii. nun .isi ii.i p'tiwwn"n in urn umuinwi' lis r
Iiigill
V U,i "i llftnti tti 1 1 11 1 ' 1 4 Ml ::i::ii:i::ii::aii
OFFICERS SAVED.
London, Nov. 11. Captain Carl Von
rescued unhurt, the British admiralty full honors of war.
ann iunced officially to.lav. ()f ,i,u Kmden's crew, 200 were re-
n , , .. , . porteit to nave per.s ne. , win e .10 were
Prince Francis Joseph, of lloheazol- J,.onmit,(
Muller. who eonimniulcd the Ciermna l'fu, n lieutenant on the Kinden, was
eruiser Kmden, destroyed by the A, i 'lZl rbTprite Many a raan get, a reputatloa for
tralian wars.np Sydney olf the Cncos,,,,,, the ollwt prisoners taken from the I boing good nnturwl becnuso he la too
island shore In the Indian ocean, was ! Knidcn, it was stated, were accorded j lazy to take his own part,
has pron ised an answer within 21 ) i,,,.,".,,,, ..., r r,',i 1
TO PLAY SPOKANE.
The lueiiibers of tlie Willamette foot
ball squad me being sent this week
increasing volume of printing.
" I'nder the former law, nil pay
ments for printing Iron, other sources
than the printing uppriiprintion saved
the tppropilatiou to that exteat, Hut
under the present system all earnings
of the depart me.it must go Into tiie
state treasury int. I nil the cost must be
paid frum the printing fund.
dive the present stnte printing .le-
session, liTc older lubor leaders are , knrder than they have been going any 1 part'oeul the same appropriation It. hnd
I f,, i..l, K .., , ..... ..... .....11 III...1 ..lid KIMIMIH. ... HP. I'll ilill, tti
culs, particularly the west urn delegates, j ,nP Spokane this week, where they
insist that a labor party is the only will plav the fast (H.iuam university
solution of labor problems. The rutli-! nvf''t:iitiii.
...ist that t ie situations la Colo- 1 men or tne leant are up and com
for 1 1 I :l -1 it 1 -4 sud the same Income
fro... other departments that it had
when that appropriation was made nnd
it would have returned to Ihe state,
according to undisputed records, over
radii, Michigan nnd West Virginia show I '"B 111 better shape than they have been 1 .'iO.O..O. In the same manner, by a fair
present dnv officeholders are opposed 111 ""' time this season, The game
to labor's methods, The socialists also''11"' Sulurduy did tint result ill any In
ure opposed to a labor party, juries of a ery serious nature and the
A score of nail war resolnlioiis ireliol'' of the first s.pind is now up and
pen.Liig, The convention probably will j footing in excellent shape,
adopt some plan for organizing thej H. ports from the metropolis of the In
world's workers Into an anti war fed lAud Umpire stnte that the Spokane
eralloa. renin is stronger than usual and is rat
' iCl ns one of the fastest teams in that
HUNT1NO OERMAN SKIPS. i district, They have an exceptionally
j fast gridiron and play whirlwind ball
Itueuoj Ayres. Nov. 1 1. -The Urillsh-' rem whistle to whistle. With these
misers Defense and Carnarvon nnd the ! 'nets in mind Willamette Is preparing
transport Omnia were liere lo.lnv, tire
suinably on their way to fight Herman
warships en the South American west
coast.
for fnr and hard work.
INSURANCE KATES DROP.
London. Nov. II.--As a result of the
W'ti have noticed that when a maniflermau eruiser Kmden destruction.
ha money lie never has to be Intro- Insurance rates on IVifie cargoes bad
tinned to I person twice. , dropped M per cent today.
estimate, it will do the Public printing
for ouooo less foi lUI.VHllil t.mn
would be possible under the former law.
Verv t rul v voiirs,
It. A. IIAKIIIS,
State Printer.
DECLARE THEIR LOYALTY.
London, Nov. II. Kiom the Itritish
governor of Sierra Leone, on the Afrl
cult west const, letters were received
today, written bv Mohammedan chief I
tains In that district, declaring their
loyalty to 1 1 rent Britain and saying
thev were Incessantly praying to Al
lah" to grant victory to the I'nglish.
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