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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 24, 1915.
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Electric Starting and Lighting
The new Maxwell is equipped with the Simma
liuff Electric Starting and Lighting System.
This system is a single unit type, combining
in one instrument the generator and motor.
It is the simplest, "sure-fire" powerful self
starter made and has about one-half tho wire
of ordinary starters.
We are waiting to take you for
test ride in the car that has broken
all low "First-Cost" records, and is
breaking all low "After-Cost" records.
Ferry and High Sis.
Rub Backache Away With
. Small Trial Bottle of Old,
Bnck hurt you? Oan't straighten up
without fooliig sudden pains, sharp
:ichct n nil twinges Now listen!- That 'a
lumbago, sciatica or maybe from" a
Htrnln, n ml you'll (jot relief the- mo
ment you rub your back with soothing,
ponot rating "St. Jacobs ()il,'"Nothlug
olso takes out soronoss, lameness uid
utiffncss no quickly, Yuu simply rub
ft on your hack uni out roinoi t'no pnin.
It is harmless n id doesn't bum the
Llmbor iin! Don't suffer! (let a
Hmnll trial bottle of! obi, honest "St.
Jncobs Oil'' from any drug store, on,I
after using It just oiico, you'll former
flint you ever hnd backache, lumbago
or scinticn, because your buck will uov
or hurt or cause n-iy more misery. It
iiover disappoints niul linn boon recom
mended for till years.
Leader Makes Bitter
Attack on President
Milwaukee, Win., Nov. 2!. Seven
thousand Gorman-Americans Inst night
heard Ir. C. J. Hcxnmer of Phllndol
phia, nut in mi 1 president of tho Gorman
American societies, deliver a bit tor at
tuck on the rulinin iwt rut ion,
"Wo have never had no miserable,
weak kneed and contemptible an ad
ministration ns the present," ho de
clared, Oeruinn-Anieilcntis, he added, no not
wish to establish a political partv, but
considering the "hyphen " an honor,
hey hnvo hnd sense enough to know
how to vote right.
Hox&mer Makes Denial
Milwaukee, Wis., Nov. 24. Denial
that he had winded curses upon Presl
dent Wilson and Ex-Prosldont Roosevelt
In s apeech lout n$ht to Uerman
Amerlcam wna made today by U. J.
Hexamer, head of a nation-wide Gorman-American
paperi credited him with mich s wiah,
when he aald "damnod be thone who
would liiHtill racial hatred in the hearta
Of the American people."
"I had no Intention of reforrln(f to
them or to anybody In particular al
though I did strongly crltielso them,"
Oemvnn Ship Bunk.
Tendon, Nov. 24. Prena dinpatchea
today reported that 180 Oermani lout
their Uvea when Ruwuian deatrovera
nank a German (piard ship near Llbau
In a brief tattle.
SSI I K m iM m JM
Advertised November 23, 1SU3.
AiIiiiiih, Mr. Maiil'ord.
Alien-, Alrn. f A.
Anderson, Mr. i'riink.
Atkinson, Mrs. Kied.
Bronciishio, Mr. Koeky.
Ciunpbell, Mr. Win.
Derrick, Mm. J. K.
Detrick, Mr. AI. K.
Dowy, It. K.
Knierson, Kd. 8.
Favre, Mra. Joe. .
VileiiiKer, K. N.
Forwood, Mr. Goorge.
Godzilla, Dr. A. C.
(lool, Mr. George.
(I rnli inn, Mr. dohn.
1 1 n i iiea, K M.
lluiiHou, Mr. Ernest G.
Jlionlmuuli, Dr. "
.lackmin, I .con ill.
Tohnann, Mr. dim.
Johnson, Miss May'.
Knott, Mra. A. M.
I.oeb, Mr. liobert.
I.orunee, Mr. Ivan.
Mnrslinll, Mr. Adrio,
Miller, I :i i .
Miniiex, H. M.
Moornood, f Ruth.
Mnrry, Mr. II. J.
Ntdsou, Mr. Jack.
Newton, MiHH Vnda.
N'icl, Mia. Mnrie.
l'nrineuter, Mr. (1.
Pl:;rd. Air. Albert.
Polter, Mr. D. W.
Simmons, Miss Mnv.
Hniitli, Miss Florence.
Speidel, K. & Hon.
Stanford, H. 1... Kf).
TompkiiiH, Mr. and Mrs. Winer.
Vim cut, Constance (2).
Wclf, Mr. O.
AUGliHT HnCICF.sTKtr, P. M.
Mra. P. Roberts was a week end vIr
iter with Stayton friendn.
BETTER THAN CALOMEL
Thousands Have Discovered Dr.
Edwards' Olive -Tablets are
a Harmless Substitute
Dr. Edwards' Ollvo Tablet the aubatl
tut for ralomul are a mllit but tir luxa
tlve, and tlielr effect on Ui Itver la almost
Inmnntnnooux, Tliar r tho result of Dr.
Kdwanl' Uuterniluntlon not to treat liver
and bowol vomnlulnl Wttli calomel. Ills
ffort to banish It brougiit out Mitse Itttla
Tbeaa pleasant little tablets do th (rood
Hint calomel does, but bitv no bad alter
effects. They don't Injur the teeth Ilk
stronn ll(iilil or calomel. Thjr take hold
of tli trouble and quickly correct It. Why
cur tb liver at th expanse of tb tetliT
C'uloinol aometlnius plays liavoo wltn th
gums. Bo do struiiK liquids, '
It In best not to take calomel, but to let
Dr. Kdwaida' Ullv TabMs take Its plac.
Most headaches, "dullness" and that
Inay fecllnii coin from constipation and a
dlsortleved liver, Tnk lr. Kdwanls' Ullv
Tahleta when you feel "loaiy" anil
"heavy." Not how they Vleur clouded
brain nd how they "rk U" th snlrlt.
At ll)o and I Co pr box. All drustu.
Tb OUv Tablet Company, Columbus, O.
Phone 959 jl
Mm n I Ti Hi l.Tnii n ii M
IIS GREAT ViCTORY
University Team Clearly Su
perior In All Departments
Ifcre is the plainest, fairest report
of the U. of O.-O. A. C. football f;nnic
at Knueno Satunlay we have seen. It
is taken from the Albany Democrat
and its estiinulo of tho comparative
atrentli of tho teams shows real foot
ball knowledge of the writer:
"The memory of tho jjt'eat game at
RiiL'ctit' Saturday will lust in the minds
of those who sow it as long as football
is played. The way m which Oregon
enino i'roni behind as a betting favorite
and ilex ated the strong O. A. C. squad
by the score oi V to 0 will lurnisli topic
for conversation the rest of the winter.
(). A. C. was simply out coached, out
fought, out foxed and out played. They
were defeated niter the tiryt live min
utes of play and only once in the game
did thov have n elinnco to score. This
came ns a result of Monteith's failure
to dron on two punts which came to
him at the close of the game, and was
the onlv plnv in which O. A. C. out
I", of O hnd been plnving the satcty
first game from the start, and in no
nse did thev trv to cateh a punt un
less there was certainty that it could
bo done. With tho ball near their own
goal line, O. A. C. punted but the offi-
iii Is claim that tin Oregon man toucn-
ed it and when (). A. (!. fell on it they
were awarded tho ball. Monteith had
world's oi' time to recover it had he
known it had been blocked. Inunedi-
ntelv afterwards nn onside kick was
called, and ns the ball rolled down to
wards tho Oregon goal imd stopped
Monteith stood by it waiting lor the
est of tiic team to come down and lino
up. lint two forms were rushing down
the field nnd iSciiuster hit Monty while
Abraham fell on the ball on Oregon's
10 yard line. A forward pass gave 0.
A. t:. tour vorcls. n penalty on Oregon
put the bnll n yard from the line, but
on the next play O. A. C was off side
nnd ns the bnll was being brought back
tinio was called, ending their only
chance to score during the game.
"hour Albany Iioivh shown liarticular-
ly bright. Abraham, while no.t being
ns spectacular ns usual owing to the
inability of Ins team mates on the lino
to hold the Oregon line, played great
ball for the Orange nnd wnshnlf a team
m himself. At guard Anderson was a
stono wall nnd "l'eto" also played
well when moved to center after Vcng-
er reared with a broken collar bone.
Moist, of Lebunon went in for a whi'e
in tho second Mull but did not have
a chance to do much.
"For Oregon, Orvillo Monteith made
several long runs nnd with the excep
tion of tho two mistakes in the Inst
half played n perfect game. Ho nnd
I-ylo Digliee, formerly from Albany
were stone when tho inightv Abrnliaiu
came their way. Both played great de
"Tho bright star of tho game was
Peekett, tho 1115 pound Oregon tackle
who blocked the punt that made Ore
gon's touchdown. He wns a mountain
of strength nnd fore through the Ag
gies time and again. Kisley played a
perfect gunio nt center, not making one
bad pnss during tho game, and being
one of the three Oregon men who flop-
ted an "Hungry" iSinith back of the
i no for Oregon's touchdown.
"O. A. 0. put. up a great fight on
the muddy field, but were up against
tho toughest proposition of tho year.
Conch He.dok of the Oregon team says
hia bovs could detent O. A, O. by lour
touchdowns on a dry fast field, and
this statement 1 concurred in by most
of the experts present.
"Mow all eyes nro ionised on the
big contest in Portland, December 1,
between Myrncuse nnd (). A. t and
the whole state is pulling for tho Ag
gies to win. Although the eastern boys
nro mighty tne Oregon team stands a
good show nnd arc training hard to
duplicate their feat against tho strong
JUicliignu Ai'oies. "
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OREGON IS HOPEFUL.
Kugcne, Or., Nov. 21. With high
hopes of victory the University of Ore
gon tenin left for Portland todny for
its annual clash with Multnomah club
Tho confidence Oregon gained by de
feating O, A. (!. has had a wonderful
effect on the team.
The varsity boys hnve not defeated
the clubites since 1001) but are determ
ined to ninko history this turkey day.
Twenty plnyors were in the squad.
COLORADO TEAM READY.
Portland, Or., Nov. 24. After a hard
workout oik the Multnomah field, the
University of Colorado football team,
which will meet tho University of
Washington tomorrow, loft for Henttle
lute last night.
Captain Nelson said that all Colo
rado expected was to hold the score
close against the Dobieites.
Colormlo't record this season is one
win in six games.
WLuLARD WILL FIGHT.
New York, Nov. 24. Jess Willnrd,
heavyweight champion and Tom Fulton
will fight nt New Orleans the first
week in March, according to advices
hero today, Willard will receive a
guarautee of :U,000, an Additional
tuTiiiO for training expenses, and the
privilege of ft big percentage, it was
TOD BLOAN DEPORTED.
Loudon, Nov. 23. Tod Sloan, noted
American jockey, hns been deported
from Kngland on A ohnrge that he was
operating a gambling house. He plans
to return to New York. A French wo
man, alleged to have been his partner,
was deported to France, .
Lojas Drop Game To
Oregon Theater Team
The Oregon theatro team maintained
its winning spurt last night at tho Club
by taking the I.ojue down the alley two
games out of three. Annibul of the
Oregon teen rolled the high game of
213 and Oay, of the I.ojus, scored the
high average of 195. A team of Sa
lem stars bus been selected to go to
Kugene Friday night to bowl the crack
pin smashors of that city for the cham
pionship of the valley. It is planned to
bowl three games in Eugene and three
in Sulem nt an early date and tho total
number of pius will decide the contest.
The Snlem tenm will be made up of
Kress, I.aflar, Wilson and Dny.
The score of last night's game fol
12 3 Av.
Annilml 170 IMS 213 1H!I
Sundin 172 157 170 KM1
Zengor 157 12!) 109 152
Whorley 177 1-17 137 154
I.aflar 183 1S5 211 193
Totals' 859 801 900
Team average, 170.
1 2 3 Av.
Stutesman 17(1 212 345 178
Pilkeuton 148 10i 155 13(1
Hill 140 100 154 151
Freeland 15(1 119 202 109
B. Day 194 197 194 195
Totals 814 824 850 .
Team average, 1(16,
Will Be Royal Baltic
Between Army and Navy
New York, Nov. 23. That there
will bo a battle worthy of tho name
Thanksgiving day when the Army nnd
Navy clash in their annual football
gamo is indicated by reports today
from Annapolis and West Point.
Head Coach Ingram of the Middies,
is holding secret practices this week,
and giving his mon the toughest work
outs of tho season. While the Annap
olis line-up is still much in doubt, it
is practically certain thnt the bnck
field will bo composed of Crnig, Wes
phal, David and Martin. Vail has been
showing unusual class, and may substi
tute any of tho foregoing except Craig.
Followora of the Army nro deriving
pleasure from the fact that edfield
and Neyland havo been pluced in the
end positions. Two more tough scrim
mages will feuturo the Army's practice
before the game.
JOHNSTON WILL COMPETE.
Pan Francisco, Nov. 24. National
.singles tennis Champion William dohn-stn-.i
and Maurice MVLoughlin,' former
holder of the title, will leave tonight
for southern California to compete in
the Long Henc.h tournament tomorrow.
OUTPOINTED BY M'VEY.
Now York, Nov. 24. Outpointing his
opponent eight out of the 10 rounds,
Sum McVey, of Oxnnrd, California,
won a decision here over Sam Lang
ford, of Hoston,
Salem Testimony Remains Unshaken.
Timo is tho best test of truth. Here
la n Sulcm story that has stood tho test
of time. It is a story with a point
will come strniglit home to many of us.
P. W. Brown, farmer, 1399 Stnte St,
Salem, says: "Three years of mill
wright work in a damp atmosphere dis
ordered my kidneys. I often han lame
ness and soreness across tho Bmall of
my back. When having an attack, I
heard of Dean's Kidney Pills and got
a supply. They removed tho backaeho
nnd soreness, together with otho.- symp
toms of kidney trouble.1' (Statement
given .Inn. 31, '790(1). After a lapse of
more than six years, Mr. Brown said:
"All I said rocommeiiding Doan's Kid
neys Pills when I' publicly endorsed
them before, holds good. I usl them
occasionally when I linve symptoms of
kidney complaint and I never fail to
got quick relief. Another of tho family
has nlso used Doan's Kidney Pills for
kidney weakness and hns had tho best
Price 50c, at nil dealers. Don't slm
ply ask for a kidney remedy got
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mr. Brown hns twice publicly recom
niendod., Poster-Milbiirn Co., Props.
Buffalo. K. Y.
Albany, Or., Nov. 21. That alcohol
can be extracted from hard elder with
n crenm separator was the declaration
today of T. C. Armstrong, of (lorvals.
Armstrong said he had seen it demon
Purlin i,,l fW Knv 91 "rnmn" In
not a "cuss" word Circuit Judge Can-
leuuein neiii .louay miring me ucoring
of an assault case.
XCarshfield. Or., Nov. 24. A small
noai, proonniy a gasoline latincn, is in
distress off Coos bay this aftornoon.
Wires are down and no details can bo
Hienrpil. T.ifil mflvnra a rm An rmitA tn
m.nrrr, piuboi.t m. mum
Linns ti U. 11 WLDorH
a... AlWThe Couoon is a
Also racitcu - y
20 for 10c
HALF MILL TAX PAYS
Recent Law Assesses All
Non High School Districts
To Pay Tuition
The school districts of Marion coun
ty which do not have a high school will
tio taxed an extra hnlr null to pay tne
tuition of pupils who attend the hign
schools in other districts, iuis tux is
applied in all districts of the county in
which a high school is not located
whether there aro nny pupils attend
ing tho hiizh school or not regardless
of tho distance from a district where
thero is a high school under the law
passed by the last legislature.
l rcvious to this time tho parents of
the pupils who attended tho high school
in another district paid tuition but
under tho now law no tuition is paid
directly by the parents but the pro
ceeds of the half mill tax are given to
the district whero tho pupils attend the
high school. The tax is based upon a
total valuation in tho county of $32,-
ii4,(l.i!). The valuo of the property in
districts which do not have standard
high schools is $24,83o,123 and one half
mil tax is to be levied to raise the sum
of $12,427 to pay the tuition of the
pupils who attend the standard high
schools from outside the district.
The following table prepared by the
county school superintendent shows the
cost per pupil in the different
standard high school districts, the num
ber of pupils attending from outside
the district and the tuition to be paid
by the tax and the district valuation:
lost fil l Tui'n Vnl.
Silverton ........ffc.lO 0 $1500 $1,1)01,913
Jefferson 46 4 184 544,1(14
Aurora 30 4 120 4ii9,!42
8nlem 5.1 125 0S75 12,7W,8fl0
Scotts Mills .. 4!) 5 225 157,433
Stavton 45 9 405 012,581
Turner 0 9 540 50(1,401
Woodburn 50 48 2400 3,171,454
Mill City 40 4 170 1,190,135
Tottnl 12,425 24,855,123
Desolation On Bayview
Beach Results From Storm
Enrvlcw, Or., Nov. 24. The beach
here was n scene of desolation today as
the result of hugh waves, driven- by a
gale, washing awny a number of build
ings and duniaglng others. Although no
accurate estimate of the damage- has
been made it will run into the thous
The full force of tho storm . struck
here yesterday and aoon summer cot
tnges and other buildings crumbled.
The $8,000 Bnrviow hotel was one of
the first structures to be washed away.
The Southern Pncifio depot was also
demolished and the roadbed throgh
Among the buildings damaged were
a bakery and tho residence, bowling
alley and blllinrd hall of R. E, Jackson.
Tho railroad company is building a
seawall in hopes of stopping tho In
roads of the sea.
Brand Whitlock WiH
Return To Belgium
New York, Nov. 24. Brand Whit
lock, American representative in Bel
gium, refused today to comment on
stories naming him M a possible vice
presidential candidate, or to discuss the
rase of Miss Edith Cavell, English'
woman, whom ho sought to prevent the
He disposed of rumors that he would
not return to Belgium because of Ger
man displeasure at hia part in, the af
fair, saying that he had arranged to tail
back December S8th.
Whltlock will probably spend Thanks
giving at hit hotel here and then go to
Washington to tee Presidont Wilson.
Storms battered tho Ryndam on
which ha arrived, but the diplomat was
just light up your first PIEDMONT and find
out for yourself why they're record breakers.
If your dealer happens to be sold out, he will
jet em tor you quicici
TsTSEi'. . ,xM i y, mi .-
NOTICE OF SPECIAL
Notice is hereby given to tho legal
voters of school district No. 24 in Ma
rion county, state of Oregon, that a
special school meeting of snid district
will be held at the high school building
on Marion street betweon High end
Church streets, in the city of Bnlem,
Marion county, Oregon, ou Friday even
ing the 20th day of November, 1.15, at
the hour of eight o'clock for tho pur
pose of levying a tax for the support
and benefit of the schools in said dis
trict for tho ensuing year.
The purpose for which the money to
be raised by this levy shall bo expend
ed, is shown by tho following itemized
budget which is hereby made a part of
Wood $ 2,000.00
Water nnd phones 1,200.00
Power nnd light 1,400.00
Miscellaneous expenses .... 558.00
McKinley building 2,000.00
Census, election, printing . . 1,000.00
Interest & bond redemption 20,457.00
This meeting is called for the pur
pose of raising a tnx for tho nbovo
mentioned purposes, by order of the
district school board, of school district
No. 24, in Marion county, state of Ore-
Dated this StU day or iNovcmDor,
v W. H. BITRCinABDT,
A. A. LEE,
Act. Chairman Board of Directors.
on dock daily, and the sea air helped
his recovery from nervousness with
which he was afflicted for six weeks
preceding his departure.
"Three Cheers for the
Cermansr and the .
British Gave Them!
(United Press Correspondence.
London, Oct. 0. (By mail.) How
war was suspended for 5 minutes while
British soldiers in Northern .Franco
rescued two wounded Germans from No
Man's Land is told in a letter from
Sorgt. A. E. Borry to friends in Lon
don, "I heard a crv and looking in front
of the tronch saw a wounded German
on the parapet, begging us to bring
him in. Me had been there rrom rue
time of Saturday's charge and it was
then dinner time Monday. He was
near deal from his wounds. We could
not go out to him but one of our of
t'icors shouted in German asking the
enemy if we might bring him in. The
Hermans agreed to a 6 minute truce.
"One of our officers and a private
rarriod the poor man In. He cried with
joy as they laid hirii down and he
knew he was safe. Ho was very badly
hurt. While carrying this man in they
saw another, nearly buried with earth.
We brought him in and then we gave
three cheers for the Germans, for they
had proved that they are not all bad.
I can tell you that this incident very
nearly brought tears to many a man s
eyes there in tne trenches.-
There Is one remedy that seldom falls
to clear away all pimples, black heads
and skin eruptions and that make the
skin soft, clear and healthy.
Any druggist can supply yon with lemo,
which generally overcomes all skin dis
eases. Acne, enema. Itch, plmplra,
rashes, black hesds In most cases aiva
way to lemo. Frequently, minor blem
ishes disappear overnisht. Itching usu
ally stop uistnntly. M is safe, clean,
to um and dependable. It routs only
2Tc; an extra large bottle, ft.OO. It
will not stain, Is not greasy or sticky and
I positively safe for tender, sensitive
"10 . Zcroo. Cleveland.
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Minimum charge, 15c.
PUOiNE 937 For wood saw.
AUTO. FOH HIKE I'hono .144. Dec23
FIR WOOD $3.50 per cord. Phona
CITY WINDOW CLEANER Phone
FURNISHED Housekeeping rooms,
330 North High street. tf
WANTED Work with team, of any"
kind. Will do it cheap. Phone 1722.
JERSEY COWS And heifers for sale,
cheap. C. 8. Bowne, Auinsville, Ore
FOR RENT River bottom and stock,
near Salem. 502 Salem iiank of Com
merce Bidg. Phone 370. tf
GOAT MEAT First class only, 3c per
pounii, aenvereu to any part oi ciij.
156 8. 12th. Phone 2419. Dec 13
GOAT MEAT i and 5c per pound.
independent Market, 16 Bouts
Commercial stret. ti
RUMMAGE SALE Now on at 260
Stnte, by the Court street Christian
MODERN SLEEPING ROOM Out
side entrance. Inquire 250 8. Cot
tage. Phone 773R. Nov24
TRaDE iMne months old Jersey heif
er tor wood. Thone izrld or can
694 N Liborty. Nov29
WANTED To trade a driving horse)
for a "ood cow. Phone 1J59, Call
' 1056 8, Cottage, , Nov29
wishes position, small wages. Ad
dress S. S. Journal Office. Nov25
RELIABLE MAN For farm work and
good milker, wants job immediately.
Address K. m., care Journal. Nov2a
WANTED At 1757 Choineketa street,
a good steady high school girl wno
wants to work for her board and
room. . Nov24
WANTED Work, by man that caa
keep un his own rig, running auto
truck or delivery. Address E. H.,
care Journal. Nov24
LEASE of 100 acres, part crop, plow
ing Implements, horses, cattle, nay
and grain. Will sell in lots only. 35
care Journal. Nov24
PUBLIC SALE Friday, November 26L
at 1 p. m., between Liberty and
Rosedale, cows, heifers, household
goods, etc. Bonfire and shelter. Silas;
O. W. EYRE and L. C. Cavanough ar
buying rat hogs and paying highest
cash prices to ship to Portland
Phone G. W. Ewe, 2206M or L. O.
Cavanaugh, B183M. t
FOR SALE Good driving mare, X
good Fercneron colt, i good mar
eolt, paced, 1 buggy. 1 hack, 3 seta
harness, 1 white sky tpoodlo dog,
nice house pet. 230S N. Broadway.
FOB BALK 1000 lb. mare, good sin
gle or double, also buggy, harness)
and moe, a complete outfit. Also at
Durham-Jersey cow, will be fresh la
December. Apply 838S N. Front St.
Portland Is to.be decorated for the)
holiday season, and if any Portlander
proves worthy of it he. also, mhoul.l
b decorated. , ,