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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALF.M. OREGON'. TUESDAY, NOV, 2. 13::
Corn Ltapers! Use
RECEPTION 10 AGGIES
Two Hundred Rooters i
' Go To California!
. Lecture Course of
C')rr.j Come Eiht Off. Clean ml Quick!
You Kejdn't Limp, or Fu3 Wita
Your Corn Any Mare!
What' the of spoiling a jf-cj
w".'h 'ZtlTZn ? ''"it '."' ;L : This Is Done At Request of .
ciMUt IBlf.-if't 1:1 tn- worn, I-' . o If", H.l
-J 1. nam .vftwan inner
Sttl. WaJi., Nov
voter, i ij-'-l -i-i 1 f jf
he.r or the Criver-:
fu; (!it en. barked Of
2. Two htm Ire-1 j
'-O'-'U and rr-.-m
y of Wa-hingto..
1H BABY IB SEEK
41 rid of th-Hi.
, 37-.. -
General Sporting News
'oi.gre-H for Han Franeivo. wfi"re rt
he Purple Cf. ! Ooid roborts in-
' ten I to defeat California uj r!t' in
.the Ij.'ftt game itiij'-c J:".1.
j The team will etitiaiu for the south
tomorrow morning, a M-eeial car bav-
iog been fitted out for the gladiators.
J '' Dobie will take 20 men with biro.
Portland. Or., Nov. 2. Kollowina; the Orx.n.ate Manager J. Arthur Younger
receipt of wiri from Coach Stewart kan-ilili the details of the trip.
hat he is anxious to get hi. cMrges, J hough DUie would not
'., i,. i.c.r.!,,e for n.e name with the ! his lineup it in believed he
I'nr.eriitv of Idaho Saturday, the
'TrwM fM Com. Right Off. CVrr A i
VbMlhi, I Cudt""
I' hamher of ' ' oiiiiiien e today practical
. lv nlfiiinlorie,! plan of g.vmg the Ore
I gon Aifsji a grwat reception when
they arrive here tomorrow from East
j luitis'tig where, they o decisively de
, f.-ated toe Muhigau Agricultural col
I l.is'ead of remaining in I'ortlari'l all
.lay, the Aggie, will probably be here
;ofi)v an hour.
Nov. t. The. Cuiver-
you sity of Oregon team went through its
A large crowd i. xpe ted to greet
-v That', whv "(Jet It" ban 'them at the atutiou, however.
become the corn rem.-dv of A-neruaJ
,.,;.-. .elli, eorn re.,lv in the XJ. of O. Beady for Oam.
world, oreferre.l bv millions. Uo you ; Kniene, dr..
remember that toe-eating naive
tried that itifky tape, that toe-b'indlinif final scrimmage today in preparation
bandnKc, the ((oii(iii vou 've done with ; for the Kam with th I.'nivemty of
kjiiven, razor, and fibril? Well now, Southern California at I.O Angelet
forict them oil. No ;nor fusnini;, no Saturday.
mora pain. Whenever you ue aimple,; th the exception of K,x-llman and
.any ' ;et.-It,' the corn i doomed, Mo"te,th who nve wa er on th knee,
L . everv all,,., wart or b inion.l t' I-rformed with ajed and ac
Never cut' corn, or ralluiieii, it maltea c"'y
them xrtiw that much fanter and in-1
rea.eii the danger of blood poinon. No:
cutting is nece.ary by u.ini? oet- McCredle Back Baura.
(i t it I-.!, ai, I ami li.iif riMPilV
H.- I,e h..,.,,. .......... ..... v , j,,,,,,. 0 Nov
Mietnl't" i lobl ky all druKii.tn
The team will leave for i.oh An?le
2e a bottle, or nent direct
Iiwrenee I Co., Chicago.
Rev. Tischer Pleads
For Rational Methods
J'ortlnnd, Or., Nov. 2. President
Haum of the I'acifie Count league to
day linn a atron( adheront in Judt;e
M'"''redie, the I'orllond magnate. Kd
di Maier, president of the Vernon
Tigers i aaiil to be out for the popular
"prejiv walp, Wd relie aaid:
"There may bo nome reason for
Maier ' move that I am not aware of,
but it I'tiui to mo that Baiim ban made
u. a iood pnnident. "
liunm'a contract in said to exiire t'uin
(irowing congregation, have been the
inler at the L'nitf rian church for Home
time pa.t, where He v. Tiwher I. preach
ing aerie, of nermofi dealing with fnu
diimental prinnple. of religion and the
... . ... lie..
o gner " , ... i,11(lh Amateur Athletic dul,
-,ver become thoroughly ac()uai'te,l with ! ''' ""f"00" . '"r, Han, VS
.. . ' ' t(1 uiM.iv viMiiuor ri i'ir tub rurin
with aj'taiu ilufit ari'l Murj,ii at J
hoth oJ' wlioiii w-ipl. i;ore tliaa 1'.,
an-i hris hal t yi-nrn -xi.Ti!iv:?;
i-a'lfr artl Mariioin ta-kle.)f te form-
t a three yar jnan; r-urave anj
V. trt, guar'lH, otri
Mrs. Walter Quick Holds
Homestead WhOe Husband
Serves His rime
around VM; Igg. 1
a M w man. I u the
half will be .Miller.
who ever played in the northwest; Shiel
v Hiunds, at fulllack; .Noble, V.'
poun-k at ri'ht half and Voung, 1
jiiind. at quarterback. The aquad will
average 110 pound..
Many Children Suffer
From Kidney Trouble
In order to appear bforethe parole
board to plead for a parole .-or her hu
bnl, Mr.. Walter (juick rode across the
mountain, oa horseback from Lake
eountT carrying her two vear old baby
terans wtio s.'aleli: her arms. Yesterday the parole board
The Public Library
ili-s Anne I). Swezey, librarian of
the Salem Public library, announ
the completion of the c..ur.-e of fr.-e 1.-' -ture.
for the lt15-HH'j avju, to be
held in the auditorium of the library.
The first lecture of the course, will
be given next Friday evening, when
Col. C. K. s. Vood. of Portland, will
talk on, "The Underlying Cause, of
the War." Colonel Wood is a yruduu"
of West Point, serviti ten years in the
It... an ctrnpiiigns, and later enu'in,;
i'i the practice of law in Portla.n).
The complete coarse for the winter iy
November 5 Col. C. E. S. Wood:
"Underlying Causes of the War."
November 19 President Carl Oi-ea'
Doncy. Willamette university: "Fried
rick Neitzsche. "
December 3 Prof. C. I. Lewis : ' ' Cost
December 17 Gov. James Vi ithy
pounds. cenur,i recommended. a parole for her buslrand Pomt,e. .-Oregon and Its Resources.'
i f i . I 1 .lit L .. - .1.,. ! If
back f iehi at left i and he will be released if the parole is
peer of anv man
January 7 President William T. Fos-
rigne.1 t,y Governor ttit.iyeomne wnen f Kp , collee: ..preparation for
.., .r u,,.9 ..au . as a Guarantee of World Peace.
.-vatur.iay. r or cine mourns .sirs, which T,nllBrv 21i,, Arthur Patch Me-
7" lived upin their homestead
xr:i... "i. o..i..,.j r.nu....f ,.i.,.u Vmn, r' I
,...n.v lit,. - -on . knl.l 1 "":" '-
(,:, ,.. ,h l,n,t n,l tlJ- Campaigning .n Jielg.um;
nake her living while her husband. '" ' . j y Smith. prob.
was in the tn. However, she shrank i. . . 7i.ic ,i.i
from the task of living through the : the ? be t . I !.
winter and keeping p the place alone1 iAn; ,Ch" . f
and doeided to make the trip to plead m8.n: " Evolution of the beoM of
with the prison officials. i '-ituienship.
With but M in cash she started out1 reh Jr-jr7'- allace MMurray:
on her saddle horse and arrived in f-a-1 V.""11? ?. ?;ay' , , rs
.iiarcn i, jiibs ma iavia: micr-
' Three years ago mv little girl, Ange
la, was taken sick with scarlet feverj
1 r. -i
,,.v .,. ... ... ,c ,.,c, i oij(ri to make the tni:
treate.t ner witnont trie siigntest sue thp motltainit witn tne animai butl
cess. A sample or jour nwamp-Kooi J juik will gladly travel the entire dis
saving t.een left at the house at the tance on toot as long as he is going
Z , .. . i l fify en af,,,r sloping un-l -lar.cn x' f." Va
r dropsy sat m; her face and b tree, for five nights. If $uick ; pretative Rdings "
selled and her eyes puffed. A th fc -Je thev b April 7-Prof. Bobe
physician here at the time, Ml , to ,ake y,,, ; la(;.k aor08, "Oregon Literature."
agreed with her stomach I continued
using it with gratifying results. The
inflammation began to subside after
she had taken the first fifty-cent bot
tle, and after she took two large bot
tle, she was pronounced cured by the
doctor and has been in good health
ever since. The doctor came to see her
every day and examined her every
second day until he pronounced her
kidneys in perfect condition.
Now then the doctor was under the
impression that 1 was giving my girl
his medicine, but as his medicine had
failed to do a bit of good, and desiring
Multnomah. Has Stars.
I'.irtWin.t (lr r.v ' K.onfcnri foot
bull huskies rci.rcncntini the Multno- nt to offend him, 1 did not tell him
, will depart) 1 was giving ner rswamp iwjoi ami ne
Francisco to j did not know the difference. I did not
team No-1 use one drop of his ' medicine after I
and acquaint ourselves with the teach
ing and idci.l. of other system, of reli
gion. There lie. the value of the study
of, conipnritive religions, (also the
In computing various scheme, of sal
vation found in different systems of
religion the speaker confined himselfi
... .1... ii.i'i.i.l'.r.ll l.k.l r IWII iMllllril!
phn.es if this great problem, i. e. sal
vation by sacrifice, vicanou. atone
ment, sacramental or magical substitu
tion, and salvation by character, which
menus the unfolding and cultivating
of tue higher spiritual and divine, qual
ities constintionully inherent within the
epirimal nature or soul of man.
Which of these two opposing method,
ar.i the most rational, in conformity
with natural law and process, with the
teachings of the great teacher of Naz
nrelh and his sublime gospel of life and
deliv eiance every man must decide by
the ligiit of reason and of faith, by
knowledge mid wisdom, as no man can
nerve two masters, No man can In) a
I'ngnn in pinwtice and method and a
Christian in niinio and profession. A
man must either bring his life into
con fortuity with his Inner spiritual life,
with the light and voice of the. spirit,
a. inanil'esling in tint over extuniul
authority depending upon external
method of hiilvntinu.
Tim speaker trnccd tint origin an.l
purpese of sacrifice, also of priestcraft
mid priest rule to very curly beginning,
among primitive tribe, and peoples; it 1
wi tin1 still popular idual ol tue devil,
which is derived from tho myth, and
allegories of the oldest religion, of
which wo have any record or knowledge
mill, after giving an explanation of the
eaoterie, inclining of these ancient alio
liorie. and myths and applying these to
tllO world problem of sin, be closed with
n strong appeal for a moro rational in
terpretation of tne grcut problem, of
religion and of life. Next Sunday Itev.
Tischer will deal with tho question:
"How lines JesuH Siivo,"
M MAGICAL EFFECT OF
NEW FACE PEELER
Included in the lineup of the "Winged
M " team are some of tho greatest foot'
Ijtill stars ever developed in the north
west. They are George Phalbrook, ex
Notre Dame tackle, Wallace, Dewitt,
former Princeton fullback; Johnny Par
sons, all northwest halfback; Joe Dart
er, nil northwest guard.
Med Kupert, who was at one time
considered by Coach A. A. Stagg ot
the Chicago team to be the best quart
erback in the northwest, is captain of
the team and hi. driving style has put
a great amount of pep in the club
The Multnomah And Olympic club
pkiyers battled each other to a I) to 0
standstill on Mult'iomah field hern in
I Wit but tiie outcome, of this year's
game will lie much different, according
to Manager Pratt, who played iu tho
game ID years ago.
The sqmid will arrive in San IVam is
i n next Wednesday and will have three
duys in which to gel used to the weath
Bates May Go To Federals.
I ortlainl, Or., iNov. z, Following a
tentative agreement with President M
Credie by which he will bo permitted to
purchase his release from the Portland
Heavers, Third Pasemun Bates an
nounced today that if the terms are
tight, he will sign a three, year con
tract with the Newark 1'Vdoruls.
President Mct'rediu will consult with
Manager McCredie regarding tho re
lease. Iiefore giving his final answer.
home. Jt will be necessary for them
to nuch their bonvostead before the last
of this month.
(juick was sent up from liaker coun
ty from one to seven years for steal
ing a sack of grain and some shot gun
shells but since he has been at the pen
has proven a model Drisoner and has
been a trusty for several months. Hei
Robert E. Stauffer:
April 21 Dr. Hector Macpherson:
May 5 Prof. Florian VonEschen:
"Geology of Oregon."
May 19 Prof. Morton E. Peck:
"Life Zones of Oregon."
SOCIETY WOMEN LEAR.N
HAIR CURLING SECRET
has served 13 months of his time.
FOR STOMACH AND LIVER
"If your hair is straight, flat, dull
looking, I need not ask if you long to
possess perpetually wavy, light, fluffy,
glossy tresses," says Gladys Coleman
in Society World. "I'll tell you what
to do. Tonight, after your hair has had
To obtain n cbiir, rosy, youthful com
plexion, there's nothing so simple to use
nd yet so effective ns ordinary inercol-
iv.t.l H..1V U'ttil.t. V.t.l I'll,. ...... I.I I.HV
drugstore in the original package. Just I"1''1'!'
t.pply the wax at night as you would
cold crcftni; hi the morning wash it
off with wnitu water. If you've never
i ne I it Vou n't luingii.o the magical
effect of this lin nn less home treat incut.
Till) will ciiusc. the worn out nrnrl'
nl.iu to ciHiin ol'l' iu minute purl ides, a
little at a t inn', and soon you Iv'ive en
I i rely shed the olfeusivii culicule. The
fresii young u.ulerskiii now iu evidence
im an heiilthv and girlish looking, so
free front any iippcuianc of aihlniil
ilty, you wish you had heard of this
marvelous complexion renewing secret
To get rid of your wriiililns, here's
U formula Unit in woiiderfully oflect
ivot 1 o. Kiwdered nxolite, dissolved
in ',j pint witch liuel. Ilathe the luce
in this mid you will be simply nstonodi
"d at the result., even utter the first
Calif ornU Is "Patching."
("Diversity of California, Nov. 2.
More changes were made in the vurs'ty
football lineup today in au effort to
avert disaster when Cnlifor.iia meets
Washington here Saturday. In order to
bolster uii tiie ends, w.nch have been
the most prominent weak spots, llrud
Montgomery, quiirtuihack, lias been
placed at tiint position.
lotlier Hicks or llueltiue is due to
lose his place lit end, as Giunelli will
be given nil opportunity to demonstrate
his worth. I'or the time being (iruf
will be relieved of a halfback position
uml iHid lli-nori will replace him,
Expect Good Tennis Matchos.
Hun Francisco, Nov. 2, Some of the
best mill' lies in the Pacific coast ten
nis championidiips were expected today
in tue second round of play, witii sev
eral stars u! nulioiuil prominence coin-
have always felt that Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root saved m' girl's life, for
which I am grateful.
I cannot praise it too highly.
MRS. MAKV" BYRNE,
New Brunswick, N. J.
State of New Jersey )
County of Middlesex )
Mrs. Mary iiyrne, being duly sworn
by me, according to law, on her oath
snilh that the above statement made
by me is just and true.
Mrs. Mary Hyrne.
Sworn and subscribed to before me,
this lot hda.v of July, A. I)., 1909.
Margaret P. O'Donnell,
Dr. Kilmer & Co.,
Blnghamton, N. Y.
Prove What Swamp-Root Will Do For
Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer Ic Co.,
Ilinghainton, N. Y., for a sample size
bottle. It will convince anyone. You
will also receive a booklet of valuable
information , telling about the kidnoys
and bluddttr. When writing, ko sure
and mention the Snlem Daily Capital
Journal. Regular fifty-cent atid one
dollar size bottles for sale at all drug
The Logical Way
9 ih via California
10 DAYS STOPOVER
at Kan Franco (five an opportunity to iit te
Panama-Pacific Exposition San Francisco
Practically no additional expense enroute to the east via the
High class train service with through sleepers
Kansas City, Chicago and St. Louis.
to Denver, Omuha,
Will bring our booklets "Wayside Notes" and "Side Trips on
Ogden Houte" or see nearest agent for information and tickets.
Southern Pacific-Union Pacific
John M. Scott, General Passenger
RUINS THE HAIR
Don't take medicine for your Stom- it " , bruflllin(, take a clean tooth
sen auments morning, noon ano night, d- it in a 8aueer of pure Uuid
as usually such remedies only give tern-1 V ' ru tni8 ,h the hair
oorary relief and simply digest the food
starte.l my girl on Swamp-Root, and that happens to be in the Stomach. lrvVI '".'J i, Bnr, v have
Don t permit a surg.cal operatton.l ed ourgelf " ut of vour downv cot)
There is always serious dancer in op- ..:. :,
.rations and in many case, of Stomacn, yU W1,' haVB TP Vw. .
Liver and Intestinal Ailments the knifc ble 0, e "V"! , 'L- ,rl
ar. be avoided if the right remedy ja prettier and more natural-looking curl
ta'ieu in time and lustre than it has ever had before
Don't go around with a foul smelling -ai'i there will be nothing streaky,
breath caused by a disordered Stomach "ticky, greasy or anything unpleasan
New York, Nov. 2. Three women,
four children and six men, including n
fumilv of six, suffocated in a fire which
wiped out two tenements on North
Sixth street, Brooklyn, early today.
Thirty families, piinic stricken, were
driven homeless to tho streets.
The fire apparently was incendiary,
the police stnted, assigning revenge as
Bodies of the tenants w'erc luid out
on the pavement while surgeonB des
perately, but vainly, tried to revive
them with pulmntors, as shrieking rela
and Liver, to the discomfort of those
you come in contact with.
H you are a stomach sufferer, don't
think you can not be helped; probably
worse cases than vour's have been p.i
nmnently restored" by Mayr's Wonder
Most Stomach ailments are main'y
caused by a catarrhal condition. Mayr's
Wonderful Remedy not only removes
the catarrhal mucus, but allays tho
chronic inflammation and assists in ren
dering the entire ailmentary and intes
tinal tract antiseptic, anil this is the
ser.-et of its marvelous success.
' Cf, n't suffer constant pain and ugony
and fllow your stomach ailm-uts to
phys cally undermine your health. T.'o
matter how severe your case may be or
how long you have suffered one dose
ot Mayr's Wonderful Remedy should
rrnvinco you that you can be restore 1
li health again. Mayr's Wonderful
Remedy has been taken and is highly
recommended by Members of Congress,
Justice of tho Supreme Court, Fduea
tors, Lawyers, Merchants, Bankers, Doc
tors, Druggists, Nurses, Manuf jetiircs.
Priest:., Ministers, farmers ana peiplc
in all walks of life,
en for FREE valunblo bonkKt (t)
Klot.-ae.li Ailments to Geo. II. Mayr,
15t I5(. Whiting St., Chicago, 111.
M.iyr's Wonderful Remedy is sold by
lending druggists everywhere with the
positive understanding that your money
will be refunded without question or
quibble if ONE bottlo fails to give you
Once there existed an antihorsotliief
association, ramifying all over the
country. Abduction of automobiles,
grown so frequent, promises to develop
another fru.te.rmty out or necessity.
Interest of tennis fans centered iu
the inntch between Miss Mollu ltjur
stidt, initio. ml w.iii ,.i n champion, und
Mis. Nieniaver, pacific coast champion.
Mis. Hjursledt will pair with Mrs. i 1 it
el Wightiniiu In the doubles.
Sun I'lanciscu, Nov. 2 -Haselull funs
were electrified today when it wa. re
ported that Jimmy Johnston, star out
fielder of the On kin id club, Ims signed
a i'cileral league coot met l or next
season. II is reported uelion is sunt to
be the remit of the visit of George
stovnll, Federal Iccguii eini.sary.
It Was luinored today that Koxy Mid
Helen uml Clinton I'rough, of t.iu Oil lis
and .Im' lledeon ol Salt l-ako were con
sidering IVdcrul com riicts.
TRY A BOTTLE
when you need a tonic or a stomach
remedy, Hurt today.
t'he season's beat drivers entered, rec
ords were expected to fall tody iu thu
100 iiiiIh auto race lit ShenpHhea.t Huy
Twelve thousand dollars in cash prizes
will be distributed among the winner.-!.
Darius Kcstn, Hob Hurmnii, Mul lord
and Aiken will Pilot I eugeots, and I'.rt
die Hickeiibucher will bo ut thu wheel
of a Maxwell. It was expected that
liaidh HePulmu would enter with his
about it. If you will get the liquid
silmerine from your druggist it will re
quire no preparation at all, and four or
five ounces will last for months. This
is just the finest thing imaginable for
Say Coyotes Carry
Rabies to California
Sacramento, Cal., Nov. 2. Rabies,
carried by coyotes from Oregon to
California, has reached such an alarm
ing stage that tho state board of health
toilay declared a quarantine of the ter
ritory within these boundaries: North
by Oregon, east by Idaho, south by
Lassen county and west by Warner
The quarantine means that dogs in
that district must be kipt in restraint
and that bounties will be offered on
Eleven farmers have reported that
rabid coyotes nave raised havoc with
their stock. One farmer lost a dozen
head of valuable cattle.
HUNTERS RAISE HAVOC ON FARM
stands well the rural problems of Ore
gon on account of having lived in the
Alsea consolidated rural district, one
of the best in the state. From every
educator who has visited this exhibit,
Mrs. BuBtcr has sceured the names of
other people who expected to visit tho
Girls if vou want plenty of thick, I exposition and has sent to them person- .
beautiful glossv, silky huir, do by all al invitations to see the Oregon educa
means get rid of dandruff, for it vvdl tional exhibit. She also sent invitations
urvo your hair and ruiu it if you; to the delegates to the important con
(!,),, gresses held at the exposition, to all the
It i'oesn't do much good to try to! farm agent's in California, and to all
bn-sh or wash it out. The onlv sure of the county school supcrintendentg of
wav to get rW of dandruff is to diss. Ive that state. Many of the eonnty super
it 'then vou destroy it entirely. To do j intendents hatve brought their teachers
this fct'about four ounces of uilbary!in a body to visit this exhibit."
liquid rivon; apply it at night when re-! The state department of education of
ti-ii g' use enough to moiBten the sc.:ly.j West Virginia has published a bulletin
m,d 'fb it in gently with the forger containing a half tone cut of the mod
yps em rural school shown in the Oregon ex-
By morning, most if not all, of yourjhibit, which is a reproduction of the
dam'.ruf f will be gone, and three or four j rural school at Bridgeport, Ore., and
mor p polications will completely 'is-. has distributed l.ri,0OO copies of these
solve and entirely destroy eve-y Mingle, bulletins throughout the state of West
sign and trace of it. ViIFinia: , ...
v.-.,, find ton. that nil it. hirti I The historian of the Panama-Pactfie
an.l digging of the scalp will stop, and ; exposition, Mr. J. A. Buchanan, who is
your hs.r will look and feel a hundred I gathering material for his work, said of
t taes better. You can get liquid nrvon i the Oregon rural school exhibit: "This
is one oi xne uesi x nave xoun.i ue
cause of its tremendous human interest.
A whole human History could be written
about that class of rural school children
in dairying. It is certainly a wonderful
work you are accomplishing in your
schools." Dr. Beaton, assistant super
intendent of the San Francisco schools,
brought to the Oregon booth Mr. David
son, county superintendent of Marion
county, and told him that he eould do
nothing better fbr the Bchools of his
county than to adopt Oregon's standard
J. C. Muerman, of the United States
Bureau of Education, said: "We have
wutched .ery closely the progress of
tho Orej,.in bchools, not only for notiu?
advance for cur annual reports, but also
in order that we might get from Oregon
results carried out to a successful :cn
cl'isinns, ruther than simple theiries
that have not been properly tested."
ut nnv druir store. It is incxpcnBiv.
and four ounces is all you will need, no
matter how much dandruff you have.
This simple remedy never fails.
WOMAN WAS MURDERED
Soattle, Wash., Nov. 2. Authorities
here are investigating todoy circum
stances loading up to discovery of the
murdered body of Mrs. John Ellis, aged
40, wife of an Issnquah farmor, floating
in an abandoned well on the ranch ol
Coroner Mason, who held an autopsy
late yesterday afternoon, declared the
woman was not drowned and every
thing surrounding this points to mur
der. Several bruises showed plainly on
the body and the lungs contained no
water, a fact which points to tho con
elusion that the body was thrown into
the well after death.
HONORED BLANCHE WALSH.
Some unknown hunters, while plying
their day of sport on the old Nowsom
farm, now the property of John Bon
ner, shot ono of his horses in the knee
and killed somo turkeys and chickens.
The horse is valued at 1250. The
shooting occurred on Thursday, Oc
tober 21. Mr. Bonner is wrathy, and
he has a right to be. The horse v
brought to this city and is being given
medical attention. Mr. Bonner has
vowed vengeance on hunters from this
time on. Silverton Appeal.
Cleveland, Ohio, Nov. 2. Tho stage
profession today paid its last tribute
to Blanche Walsh, noted actress and
later vaudeville star, in funeral serv
ices hore for her.
Other States Look to
Oregon for Latest Methods
(Continued From Pago One.
world have made a careful study of this
exhibit and have left requests for all
the literature published in Oregon on
the work f the rural schools.
"The success of this exhibit and tho
interest aroused amonc such a large
number of people is due," says Mr. gallon gasoline tank
Carleton, "to the efficient mnnner in i Terms cash.
which tho work has been conducted by O, L, JOHNSTON,
tho custodian, Mrs. W. E. Bustor, form-1 COL. A. J. BALDWIN, Owner,
orly of Eugene, Ore., and who under- Auctioneer.
Having moro stock and machinery
than I need for my farm 6 1-2 mile
east and 1-2 Bouth on the Penitentiary
road, T will sell
FRIDAY, NOV. 5, 1015, 1 P. M.,
Live stock 3 head of cattlo, consist
ing of 1 roan cow, giving milk; 1 black
Jorsey heifer, giving milk; 1 yellow
Jersey heifer, to be fresh.
Hogs 18 shoats, weighing from 50
to 75 pounds, 1 Duroc Jersey brood
Farm Machinery Sterling Kid hay
loader, 6 foot; Thompson gang plow. 2
H-inch all steel plows; McOormick.
corn binder, Dcero 2-horse cultivator,
O-hnrso uas engine with wood saw, 00-
Yolo Has Hopes,
New Haven, Conn., Nov. tt, Visions
of a revived Vl'.lo eleven rose before
backers of the Itliui today when it wua
Inn ned that the ilifl'iculty over retain
ing Flunk lliukey nu varsity com h had
been adjusted, mid that Tom Shevlin
would assist on hulling up the almost
hopeless gridiron nine hi no.
Harvard Wakes Up.
Cambridge, Muss,, Nov. 2. Mure
"pen" nnd enthusiasm was put into
football pntclli'o tod ii y by the Harvard
eleven than for ucveial weeks with En.
vvrigiit, hlfbiu'k, out In suit again.
Enwriuht was kept out of the Cornell
Liiine because of a broken leg. lie is
ii Hiwerl'ul line plunger.
Mny Break Auto Records.
New- York, Nov. II. With ft fiold of begun todoy,
Weather May Cut Some Ice.
Los Angeles, Cut., Nov. 2. Old Sol
may play u heavy part iu next Satur
day's gsiine here bet ween "the Uuiver
sitv of Southern California and the
I'liiversitv of Oreirou.
Southern footballers are more or less
iisea to oeeusionuiiy puiyiug in u-nnwr .
n turn better united to pink leiiiouadel
nnd pnnuinu hats than grubbing around
on a gridiron, Hence, If Saturday turns
out to bv u scorcher, the eleven from
up north may be severely handicapped.
Confidence Is not being found iu
wholesale quantities nrouiui tho V. S.
C. campus. The Trojan defeats of St.
Marys, California, et til, have not made
them chesty uml the loss of Jelly and
Livernash also nut a crimp Iu their ex
poctiitious. Nobody urotiud hero blinks
tho fact that Oregon eleven undoubted
lv- Will have wciuht on II. S. I,'.
' Speed will be the Trojans' principal
asset. iJunrterimcK. jviiuietie win proo
iiblv send big Jerry Craig in for all he
is worth, until the hnaky lad begins to
tire, aud there he may begin to can on
the university a store or lorwaru pass
es mid Inko plays.
May Flay at State Fair.
Portkvtid, Or., Nov. 2. Negotiations
for a football iminci between O. A. C
and thu Multnomah club to bo plsysd
at the state fair, Salem, next year, were
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