i SIX THE DAILY CAPITAL JOU WAT,. SALEflf. OREGON, ' SATURDAY, OCT. SO, 1915. NEPTUNE'S DAUGHTER EXPECTS TO FIGHT KILBANE FOR TITLE Heater BargaktMe U. OF 0. ALUMNI IS CARS WES Mill; L Of Known Value inpAi puadtcd nc cunDTHPC nc cmdtv IB 111 II 1 I I Nl IIIIHI II II III I .11 II HI U 111 III I IIII II 1 - - , w. .to W i t, tail wi VIIVIIII I Vila III bllll Dr. Carlton Smith Chosen As In Thb State 304 Cars Were President and Ben H. Williams Secretary The Snlem chnpter of too L'oi versity of Oregon Alumni association wag org anized at a banquet at the Hotel Mu riuu Inst night attended by about 50 graduates and ex-students of the state university. Dr. W. Carlton Smith of the cIubs of 'Hil wan elected president of the new chapter and Ben H. Wil liums, 'JO, wan chosen as secretary. A committee coin posed of tue president and secretary and Clarence Walls, 'J a. Tommy Townsend, '09, and Carey F Martin, 'U.'l, will meet in the near fu ture and draft a constitution for the local chapter and appoint the time and pluce for the next meeting. Walter (,'. Winslow, president of the State Alumni association, acted as toust muster at the banquet and the guests of honor included I'resideut P. I.. Campbell, of the state university, Mrs. 0. V. (ierli Mirer and Secretary of .State Hen Olcott, of the board of regents and Ur. W. H. Byrd, former head of the Willamette university school of medi cine. Talks reminiscent of old times were made by Tom Townseml. (W-v V Murtin, M. K. 1'ogue, It. J. Hendricks, I.elund Hendricks, Mrs. I.. T. Harris Dr. Carlton Smith, Hen W. Olcott, Dr. W. H. Byrd, President Camiibell ami others who recalled old times and u!so tne present and the need for a local as siiciation of Oregon Alumni. Among those present were: President p. I.. Campbell, Willium P. Aiurpny, 'H; carl I). (iiibrielson, ex '12; Ereel W. Kay, ex-'J.'l; K. ,1. Hend ricks, ex-'KI: Charles A. Reynolds. Mi- I Thomas H. Townscnd, '09; J. H. Oam jjiibst, ML'; Frederick H. Thompson, '09; Mrs. Frederick H. Thompson, lirov ,er C. Bellinger, 'OH; Airs. drover C. Bel linger, Evans Houston, '12; Mildred K. Brooks, Mrs. W. H. Mott, James W. Mott, 'Oil; M. K. Pogue, ex'M; f.eland Hendricks, '15; K. F. Carleton, ex -'01; Lillian Ackerinan Carleton, '9S; (ieorge 0. Browu, ex-W; Mrs. George U. Brown, Marguerite Mers, Harvev M. ! Slater, Ml; Ben H. Williams, '10; Lot I la C. .Smith, '97; W. Carlton Smith. J Jennie II. Fry, '12; Jennie B. Har ris, 'IMi; Mrs. (I. V. (ierlingcr, Ben W. Olcott, Walter C. Winslow, '00; W. H. Byrd, S7; Clarence W. Walls, '12; Lyle jsteiwer, ').r; Esther Carson, ex-'14; -m.-w-i.a. J rwpnie cntnn spears, '11; Cnthnriiie Annette Kollcrmnn, "The Human Carson, 'I I; (Irnee Bean, '14; Madeleine Form Divine," the world's most per- ))'k,r. I)-ver' ''v$ TKHt'"'r. Orissen . ', . v , -i , hVhnrdsoii, ex-'14; Dr. I.. H. Mott, 'OS; feetly formed woman, at Ye Liberty (.nr(ly j,. Murtin .;, K ,) ,' , .1. S. Cooper, Jr, '10; Allan A. Hvnon, ex-'17; Itussell M. Brooks, ex-'15. ' rv tomorrow and Monday. First and only time at u 10 cent admission Highest Quality Milk, Cream and CHEESE Phone Your Order Oak Park Dairy Phone 669. 217 S. High Needed Yesterday To ' Handle Freight The recent rush of business in this state is still hampered by a lack of shipping facilities according to ' the records of the State Public Service Commission. Yesterday there was total car shortage of 304 cars in this state that was reported and as many small shortages are not reported it is probable that the shortage is much greater The railroad company report ed m empties Weducsdny, 22 Thura day and 49 yesterday and' with the in crease of business this daily quota of empties leaves tue shortage still un relieved. The Ewauna Box Company of Kla math Falls which is furnishing box shooks for the citrus growers in Cali fornia, reports a shortage of 44 cara and the manager of the company states that he will be obliged to close his plant if cars are not received. The box company must furnish the. box shooks during the proper season and if it cannot make its deliveries the boxes, are then not needed until next year. There aro 7U men employed at. the plant and it is stated that these men will be thrown out of employment un less box cars are to be found The railroad company replies from San Francisco that there are no avail able cars anil that those that are re ceived are being sent into the state as rupullv as possible. It is stated, how ever, that the real cnuso of the short age is the fuct that no cars are being sent back loudcit from the east and as it is unprofitable to haul empty cars tlio railroad is wuitiug for western freight shipments. Since the Panama canal has been opened also much west bound freight is being sont by water and the shipments of freight by rail has decreased materially. "Great Britain and Her Empire" Another large congregation filled the First Congregational church to hear the illustrated address on France last Sun day eveuing. The address like the one on Germany was most interesting and instructive. Next Sunday evening the subject will be "Great Britain and Her Empire." Such points ns the "Anglo Saxon I ins," "Constructive Liberty, "In II US- Grant Junior High Wins From Lincoln 19 to 7 By scoring three touchdowns while Lincoln was registering one the Grant Junior High school this morning on Willamette field piled up ID points to 7 for their opponents. The three touch downs made by Grant were made on forward passes in two instances and one wns scored bv the old stvl.. line bucking mid one was converted into awnr in hoilor '"''. Premier ftsquith Ornut scored her single touchdown i wo forward passes, one, for 15 trial and Commercial Leadership," Eu ropean complications will be discussed. Sir Edward Grey laid before parliament reasons wuv Urent Britain entered the war and these are undoubtedly the reasons that will stand when the war is ended nnd we know more about it than we do today. Great Britain': entry into the wnr was required by lier honor, her duty, nnd her interest. Be cause of the treaty agreement with Bel gium to protect the Belgian neutrality Great Britain was bound to enter the yard and one for 10 yards and then iiammeK Arnold carried it across. Brown kicked goal. Tho giune was refereed by Al Carson, lu a notable speech declared "What would have been our place among the nations if we had been base enough, or so paralyzed in our senso of honor nnd duty as to bo false to our word nud faithless to our friends! Sooner tlinn have stood aside, I would rather sec this country of ours blotted out from the pages of his tory." A stem sense of duty is another reas on why Great Britain is in this war. Undoubtedly tho overwhelming major ity of Englishmen would say that (ireat Britain is in this wnr in the defense of liberty and humanity against the im leriiilism and militarism of Germany. H. G. Wells declared "If we do not fight, England will cense to be a coun try to be proud of and we Bhall have a dirt bath to escape from." i tio demunds of Eiigluud's honor and Gilbert Yankee. Gilbert Yankee, who has been spar ring partner to Kilbane for the past two years, intends to follow De 'aneyrs example..'. He recently quit ulbane'a camp to engage in a camp aign which he expects will result in x battle with Kilbane for the title. TfliiDT unncc wrue VVUlll UVUilLULTTJ The largest turnover of tax money to the county treasurer that has been made this year will be made bv Sher iff Esch Monday when $105,758.30 will IO placed in the keeping of the county treasurer. Of this sum the state and couuty receives credit for $50,939.85. The city of Salem will receive $24,- ilWU and the Salem school district No. 24 will receive $13,070.80. This is the filth turnover that has been made by tho county sheriff since the collection of taxes yas placed in his hands, May 22. Judge Percy R. Kelly opened court here today iu department No. 1 of the circuit court to hear a case that was docketed for this date. The attorneys who are handling the widow's pension mutters, however, asked for a hearing on a motion for a change of venue and a largo fait of tho forenoon was taken up with this matter. The attorneys for the widows, F. A. Turner, W. O. Hohnan and Vultor L. Tooze, Jr., ask that the hearing on tho appeal from the county court to the circuit court be tried out in either Polk or Yamhill counties. The county court of Marlon county dersires that tie cases be heard in this county. It is the endeavor of the widows' attor neys to have the cases tried before a jury but the couuty court maintains mat there is no provision in the low to try these cases before a jury as there ore no questions of fact to be deter mined as the granting of widow's pen sions is in the hands of tho county duty coincide with her interests. Great f01"'? hlow- Attorney George O. Bing- -1 'j''iH iui mv vwumij mini with District Attorney Kingo. the whole family can drive this car That's one of tho big advantages of tho Detroit Electric. It Is 60 simple and easy to operate ana always to if tint each member of four fml!)f cm drive It evrn in crowded truffle with pN Ittt confidence. Py owning a Detroit Klectrlc you more than double the dlvljcndt In um of youi automobile luveitmrnt. The M6 Detroit LlectriJ will coit rou (mm 2000 to lot thin what you would have had to pay fait )-tart Yet thoi new nimlrU poateai a number of rrflnemcnti ovet the 1915 cart. Oiity the many economic! of doubled production eniblt ui to puke thli lower prd- to run. Why not phone today for I demon If ration? Prkes now $1975 to S2275 ANDERS JM ELECItiiC CAR CO. Ditroit, Michigan Manufacturer of Detroit Electric Car U lit 11 i ti is herself bo small that she can not contain her own population. Hence she must manufacture and must sell in order to live. Her commerce is her life and today it is her commerce that Great llritain believes is most of nil in dan ger ami hence the necessity of her war lure, Great Britain has developed an em pire and a civilisation dependent iixu YOU CAN HEAT YOUR HOME WITH A HEATER AS COMFORTABLY AS ! ANY OTHER METHOD AND MUCH CHEAPER THAN SOME OTHER WAYS. WE CARRY THE UMPIRE ESTATE," MASCOT," "s SET" AND OTHERS-ALL GOOD MAKES. HEATERS THAT WILL BURN EITHER COAL OR WOOD THE g KIND THAT CAN BE REGULATED. Prices from $1.50 to $18 1 ,Itp-2IJ2j,";i', 1'. Ii, Mghtfoot has brought suit in the dicuit court against Andrew Dornn, Mary l'oian, his wife, tho Falls City 1. umber company, M. Kildahl, Mrs. M. Kildnhl ami Kli'.abeth Leonard to col lect iniiney alleged due on a promissory note. Tho note, according to the ex - b . ...x j i i. loreign commerce for its life. In many ""7 "' -."' ws given oy ..H.. I... ., i.mtn-n unit tuui uviUU IV iimiu U" get and was secured by a mortgage on forms of food Fuglaud normally bus few meals ahead. If Knglaud's com merce should be overthrown it might be literally u question of life or death for Kugland. Kiiglaud has also to import a large portion of her raw materials in order to be able to export her manufac tured articles. F.nglund'a prosperity de pends upoii the neeurity of her com merce and of her trade, lu order to protect her commerce F.ugltiinl has striven for nuvul supremacy and proud j Iv has called herself "The" Mistress of t no pen. The address will be illustrated by SO slides and iictures of crack regiments, lliiglish, Irish, Scotch, (.'uundiau, Aus trian and Hindu will be thrown upon the screen. Cameron Killed Five Hi acres of bind in this county. The note was afterward assigned to other pm ties to the suit. The plaintiff ns!u that a judgment of $2,000 with interest fiid $2il0 attorney's fees be grunted and a dec roe of foreclosure ordered. Hmitl ft Shields are attorneys for the pluiu-tiff. Judge McNary Addresses t Meeting at Amity P,eaSeY0U Q Alwayslt The Arabian Knights To Make Night of It The Arabian Knights club, the local organization of shrincrs of Al Kader shrine, Portland, will banquet this ev ening at the llnsouic Temple, as a first reunion since the organization of the Thea the moa lille(1 , tfle . Dr W. Carlton bmith, president, ringing serpentino was started cir ciiiiit.oi v i . iiu uirrvcilli inn mum nnH nl 1.a was torn down from his regal seat aud in his place Yell King Walker was placed 'with yells and cheers for Wil lamette. From this throne the king an nounced the speakers for the evening. President Doney, Prof. J. O. Hall, Coach Mathews, Howard Jewett, Capt. Flegel, "Roary" McCaddam, and oth ers spoke. Each had a message that added to tne entnusiasm of the crowd partakes of a Hallowe'en party, the oanqucc room ot tne lodge has been appropriately decorated. Following the banquet, the evening win dc passea in responses to the fol lowing toasts: Why is Hallowe'en, Arabian Knights xvignii Kesponse, Henry B. Thielson. The Shrine, the Playground of Ma sonry. Kesponse O. W. Stapleton. Il lustrious Potentate. Which Are Better, Hot Sands or Hot Sandwiches f Response, Col. J. M. Poor man. The Preferable Lark, a Songster or utherwise. Kesponse, Wm. Brown. Why is a Camel I Kesponse, Hal-D, Patton. Is the Road to Mecca an Improve ment Over the Columbia Highway response, jonn n. AiDert. Thesaurus vs. Megalosnurus. Ke- sponso, Thos. B. Kay. The Supernumerary Digits of the Prehistoric Ant. Response, W. H. Byrd. Veni, Vidi, Vici, or, I Have His Goat Which is Correct I Response, John" A Carson. The Tchthyological Classification of the Smoked Sardine. Kesponse, Law rence T. Harris; El Salaam, Our Salem. Which is itt Response, M. I,. Meyers. Courting. Supreme and Otherwise. Response, Geo. H. Burnett. Who Are Crazy! Response, R. E. Lee Steiner. Watching. What of the Bridget Re sponse, A. B. Hudelson. Can the Pelican Be Improved to Equal the Turkey! Responnse, E. P. McComnrk.' The Orthodontologicnl Aspects of the Anopheles Mosquito. Response, H. H. dinger. Our Non-Resident Allies. Response, Lot L. Pearce. WILLAMETTE NOTES j ne rany insr nignt was a success, a large crowd was present to see the stunts nnd to see the huge pile of boxes, barrels and rubbish as it flamed high in a mammoth bon fire. The entire cam pus was lighted in a weird red glow blazin? names, every man snouting the let ters W-i-l-l-a-m-e-t-t-e, and keeping stop. If spirit of the crowd has any thing to do with winning the game Wil lamette should defeat Oregon today. - "Oregon Day" Made . Big JIala Occasion (Continued From Page One.) dinner in the New York pavilion by the Oregon commission. Monday night the woman's board will give him a din ner in the California building to be followed by a formal ball. Wednesday evening the Oregon com mission again entertains for the gov ernor with a dance in the Oregon build ing. It is probable the governor, together with the majority of his party, will leave lor nome next Thursday or Fri day. ft . DIED JOHNSTON At the family homo, 1228 North Winter street, Friday, October 29, 1915, at 3:05 p. m., Mrs. Charlotte k. .lonnston, beloved wife of Rov. W J. Johnston. Besides tho husliand.three daughters ana a son survive: Cecelia E Winni- fred, Edith May. and William Geor2t T.I .lomision. Tho funeral wil be hold at the Free Mothodist church on North Cottage sucet nt z o ciock Tuesday afternoon. wan Diiruu at l-ee -Mission cemetery. T-IT. 11 1 li.. .- ..... - i iiu.-i.i ou. At me nome or ner daughter, Mrs. J. P. Best, 3lj miles south of Salem in tho Pringle distrii, Friday, October' 2!), 1915, at 12:30 a. m., .urs. Esther Caroline Thompson, The funeral will be held Monday at 10:30 a. m. from the jiarlors of Webb 4 ('lough. Burial will be in (juineey, Illinois. Mrs. Thompson came from the east . , j X II I V till tWSlr and the twenty or more young ladies; about six months ago. She is survived costumed as ghosts, bearing the coffin! by three children, Mrs. J. P. Best of wherein law Oregon's hope of victorv, near Salem. Mrs. Grace Shana, of Los created an outburst of cheering and 1 Angeles, aud J. F. Thompson, of Glon- nnTn nam na .lint, mn.iii.. .1. .1.1..1.. it:. - - enthusiasm as they marched across the gridiron. Next a throne was brought within tho glare of the gleaming fire nnd Hex Orogoims, tho proud possessor, lull', California. Block frost has held off so long now that it will find no harvest but weeds. M CITY NEWS tu Revival service at Fir Bapta church, Sunday and every night nert week. Pastor and people the 0 evangelist. m James O. Halteel is today movi Ui orf.ee from tho Bush-Breyman buHding to offices formerly occupied by W R Grabenhorst in the Bush building.' Arthur Wilson, A. L. Wilkiaj ni ?, E. Fullorton returned yesterday froi a three days', hunt in the Alsei wu. try. The party had good luck, briat down two deer the first day. V-, A chestnut tree, planted 20 yean igi by William McOilchrist on his Koicdito arm is developing into quite a revtnii producer. A few days ago the chest nuts were gathered from this one trie, and the 90 pounds brought in the mi of $14.50. The Salem Ploral Society will meet this evening at the Commercial CM rooms to effect a permanent orgaoia tion and to elect officers for the ton ing year. At the first called meetinf held about a week ago, much interest was maniested by those who ire Inter ested in the culture of flowers, The home of Mr. and Mrs, W. 1 Ruth, 1095 North 17th street, wai the scene of a delightful surprise part; Friday evening honoring them and Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Corley, who have jurt returned from an extended trip in til East The invited guests were: Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Homyer and family, Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Clapper, Mr. ail Mrs. Wm. Sorrell, Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Fenstuian and daughter, Mr. and Mn E. Horton, Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Jew", Mr. and Mrs. H. Pasiol, Mr.' and Mn. E. T.. Malvin, Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. En mel and Bon, Mr. and Mrs. W, M. Smith and daughter, Mr. and Mra. 1 P. Chase, Mr. and Mrs. J. A Bice, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Weaver, Rev. H. I Dorks, wife and son; Mr. and Mrs. L, H. Sutton, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Giles, Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Burr, Mr. and Mn E. B. Millard, Mr. and Mrs. C. Pel"". Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Axley, Mr. and Mn. Frank Sehultz, Mr. and Mrs. Bartell, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas. Mr. and Geo. Martin, Mr. and Mrs. A. Palmer, Mr. and Mrs. Sanger, Mrs. C. H- RM Mrs. Carry Chase, tliirlniul wmpnw BORN . . ? ' tv.l ATKINSON To Mr. and Mrs. it .... 1 .nM m l.'.k FAOf. AtKinson, iv i iweniu o - tober 29, 1915, nt 10:30 a. -i ' daughter, weight 8 1-2 pounds. , BRITISH WAR CRIPPLES GET NEW LIMBS AND ARE IIAPP ( l"frl8u4(iAll1. The American Society of Equity, an organization that teaches co-operation ft'imng the farmer of Yamhill couuty, will Mold a meeting this evening at Amity, for the purioso of hearing di cussiou by Judge Charles L. McNary lllmn t K.. ...1.:.,. nt ....l.itld.Ml .,.!; and Ihen buiaded;;.0EivL!!!v:,,L I " " "-ft v i: generally on tlio question of devising plans for supplying farmers with long term mortgage loans, payable aci'ording iu me sciieme or amortization, mat is, by the creation of a sinking fund which gindually absorbs the lebt. This Idea was developed on I'ontiuental Euroe where it has worked aaicrewfullv. A lll embodying the feature of this plan, will be presented at tho coming e.uiou of congress. . "On each Detroit Electric purchased between now and January 1st, we will pay your battery charging bill for six months." lUuso. MhIio, Oct, 30. The death of William Cniiieioii, who shut and killed his wife's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Adiimson, Ins wile, Ins IS months' oil daughter, his brollicr inliiw, James Ad unison, nud then turned the gun on huu self at Carey, Idaho, lust niglit, was mouieniiiriiv exix-cttM imtny, IKimeslie trouble which riiliuinated in his wife suing him for divorce was the cause or the, tra jedy. Cnmeruu first shot John Adamson. and then Uio other relatives as taey fled. Adiimson's diiughter, Edith, and Cameron's three other ciiildrea sihvihsI ed In eluding the meiliiiun. Each of Cameron's victims was shot in the head, dviug instantly. Since the drys have predicted that the last saloon will go In 1930, the qiierv offers itself, wliat svitem will mauklnd, which hat indulged sine the time of Noah, contrive by 19301 For one ean't exixvt human nature to be I revolutioaixed by ltfJO.4 . : :' "rrtTT . ..... ..... . -t. a i - '- t a f5 : ? cj.r... .v.1:; -r . 'Hi z.: British war vripplea and their artificial limba. S 5? ISmSSSu ,tlU h,v th0ir live- Th wiU wr- nd wn w .. -..,;... rr-.,,.,, ..... .,, p,..,..,.. n 1 1 , . ,.. , , ... , , m m M , -r" '