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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, OCT. 30, 1916.
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NEW TODAY -
pT.AHBTTTT.n ADVEETISINO BATES WASTED Fat and fresh cows.
Bate per word New Today: j
JB.cn insertion, per word le
la 71...t;n-.i .nril Re I
One nontb(2S insertions) per word 17
The Capital Journal will not be re
sponsible for more than one insertion
(or erron in Classified Advertisments.
Read your advertisements the first day
It appear! and notify ui immediately
Minimum charge, 13c.
I'lR WOOD For sale.
TBE8PASS Noticea for sale at Jour
nal office. " ti
BUBBEB Stamps made 165 8. Cornel
HABBY Window cleaner.
ORDERS FILLED For home
apple butter at 30.1 X. High.
FARM FOR RENT 100 acres, 1-0
acres plow laud, Phone II TO. ocCIO
FURNISH KD HoosoKoepliig
The Gem, 100 Union St.
FUBNISHED-ADartmenti, also barn
uitable for garage. 491 N. Cottage.
WB HAVE Baled hay and oats for
ale. George Swcigle, Gardon road, tf
FOB BENT SIGNS I" sale at Cap
ital Journal office.
BOARD And room
at 2S0 N.
POTATOES WANTED Phono 203 or
call 220 X. Liberty. nov2
.WANTED Second hand cars at 240
Stale St. -
FOR SALE Zinn'B enndy store, nuike
me an offer. oct2S
GET PRICES On farm sale bills at
The Journal office.
rvr.n papf.RH For sale at Capital
Journal office 10 cents a bundle, tf
FOR SALK A good top buggy mid
harness. 2720 Cherry Ave. oct31
61RL8 OR WOMEN Wanted nt the
glove factorv, 14.15 Ouk St. Steady
'IOAT MEAT For sulo, first cluss on
ly 5c per Hi. ut O. K. Grocery store,
delivered in city. ov
HE CAME HACK If yon have any
nlil enroot vim wish woven notify
8. A. Doliner, Phono 1207.M. tf
WILLING Young man want work of
miv kind. Phil Sturim. Capital Hotel.
WANTED Fiirin hnml for general
furin work. Pliono MM 2. Address 1.
P. Hodgers, Turner, Or. o.t.'ll
J1ALDWIN Apples for snlc, entirely
froo from worms, carefully selected
!i0c bii. delivered. Phone It'll. ocCIO
ID It HALE Cheap, 1100 Hi. mure, also
top spring wagon, or Innlo tor cow.
!l!)9 Trudo St. ocCIl
FOR RENT 3 well furnished houso
keciiinir rooms. 004 N. Coiiiinerciul.
Phone 24.14 W. no
FOR RENT Small Iioiiho nnd acre lot
choan. 2800 llrooks Ave. H. S. Lcnch
niONE 201' When you have wood
awing to be done, all work guaran
teed, Jim Rogers. nov
GET YOUR Trospass Notices, new
mpply of cloth ones at Capital Jour
FURNISHED Rooms and housokeep
lng apartments, rates reasonable
eloso in, 160 Court. tf
BIX CHIROPRACTIC Adjustments
$5, worth more. Dr. May, Hubbard
FOR SALE Or trade auto in good
running condition. Salem tiniage, 000
N. Capitol. Phono 1010. . novS
WANTED To buy 6 or 8 choice milk
cows, must bo fresh now or soon, none
but parties owning choice cows ueod
call. Phone 1431 or 401. tl
l'OTATOES We aro nlwnvs in (he
market for potatoes in small lots or
car Iota. Mnngiis llios. I'liono ill
Hnlem. tlr. octSO
HAVE YOl'U House reshingled, tar
red or repaired by Kays and Donald
son, phone 044 R or 747 M. Work
FOR TRADE 11(1 acres good farm
land, 1 mile of l.ebanon, lor proper
ty in or near Salem. Address A I
care Journal. oct30
FOR SALE Or trade for cows, or what
have you, balunce tin per mo. nit
on principal, my 0 room new modern
bouse. Address U. W. C. cure Journal,
9i ACRES About half in bearing
prunes, drier, house, barn, etc., well
watered, rock road, telephone, school
store, two miles electric cars, liox
3HH. Portland, Or. oct30
WANTED Experienced girl or woman
for cooking and kitchen work. No
washing, no cleaning, apply after
noons. Mrs. Max O. Uuren, 743 Court
MONEY TO LOAN On second hand
men's clothing, jewelry, musical in
tmments, tools, guns, etc. Also
bought, sold and traded. Capital Ex
change, 337 Court St, Phons 4U3. no!7
FARM TO KENT Half miln of Wa
natu station. Yamhill Co., hops, 2K
acres: orchard tl acres; farm- ami
nastur 16 acres. Address Wni. li
' Eiraa. flerxais. Route 2. Phone SKI 1
, ! TT"
FOR SALK 3'j months 0 P'K8' ''"l1"
.1. uoerf er. Kt. a. box 12IIA. oct.ll
WOOD CHOITKH.H Wanloil by Mark
Siddall, phone 10.10R. novl
FORD, 11114 For
-Second hand cars
SALE Cheap at
FOR SALE Or trade, price $7.1.00, new
siirrev for good 3 inch wagon, r. M.
.Mitchell, Rt. 0, phone 32F.1. ot:)0
FOR RENT Furnished house, ruir-
inoiiiit hill. W. II. Grahenliorst It, I o.,
27.1 State St. oM.'ll
WOOD CHOPPERS Wanted. Phone
0.14J, call at 140 S. 1.1th St. Phone
.O.KU or call at 1SU4 Ferry St. octal
FOR SALE 1 horse, 3 years old,
Weight JIUli; I SCI iiouo.c liun.i-nn-, i
set single harness. 2.14 Ferry St. uol
FOR SALE One dozen thoroughbred
Huff Leghorn hens, 10c each. Phono
LOST Cameo stick pin, a keepsake,
reward. Finder please return to .lour-1
nal office. oct.lo
TO TRADE Plunders 20 fur lot in :
Salem Or for cuttle. A. W. Lutlirop, I
Turner. oet;ii ;
FOR TRADE A disc for a cow, also
horse to exchange for wood cutting,
or cow or calves. T. R. 1, box 4 ',
HAVE CLIENT hunting 2n00 nt 0
per cent for five yeurs, on farm se
curity. No expense to lender. John
II. Scott, 404 Hubbard building. uov4
Edit RENT Furnished 0 room house,
modern, close in, 1.1.00 per month.
Phone I737W evenings or call at III"
South Coin 'I St. octilO
IIOOKKEEPER WANTED Must be
experience.., rnpio in. i accural.-. . ,
Willi exper enc.' in n 'cr numm-M
'.. ', m... ,.. i.- i.i;,.i
ueiei,.-... i..c ... " :;!.,., . Hlps(1 hr
lvii, ui.'vr i,1:.-,. i.r.niu i.lnu.,
first floor, use of basement. Lights
ami water furnished, price $2.1.00 per
mouth; nlso two rooms in same build
ing with lights inul water for li.no.
Square Deal Realty Co., 2112 V. S.
DUSTIN FARNIIM in
THE PARSON OF PAMAMINT"
by ftrer r.kvne
K PAtl AS PICTURES
When "Chtickwtilla" Hill stumbled
on the relics of the old mining town of
Pnntiiiiiut in "The Parson of Piina-
miiit," the Pnllns Paraiiiniiiit photoplay
this was the varu he told:
"I tell you pard, Panninint was sure
camp with the Imir on," and then
he spoke of "Hud" Demhig, who run
n place of sin but was "teetotnlly on
the square, also ot " lluekskin I.I.,
the pri.e "piniiner tickler of the
west." "Now that I'm mayor, we've
got to lime a school house, u churcii
mid n jail. Then when nil this was
settled Cliuckwnllii exclaimed "Well,
Kiiiidnll you nnd the boys look after
liiiil.liug the church nn' I'll pull out for
r risco mill roundup a parson.
In t risco lie told the bishop, "
an relnemlier, llisiiop, she n camp
with the hair on. "A parson with an
liigiowin brand ot taith ain t going
to be popular in Puniiminii. " I lieu
when he found his pnrson his remarks
were. "A minister! " "The hell you
are!" "You don't fight like one,"
and "I'm richer than a fool and can
afford it," "You're a fightin' bob-
itnt, voiiug feller!" "1 in proud to
have been arrested with you.
Phis screen story coming to e
Liberty theatre tomorrow. Wednesday
mid Thursday is one of the must uni
quely remiirkable photoplays ever pro-
Dr. Avison Preaches
In Portland Church
Tho value of adversity in the devel
opment of the kind of men who do
things in tne world was emphasized ny
Dr. K. . Avison, pastor or tne f irst
.Methodist Episcopal church, of Salem,
Or., iu his address at the First Metho
dist Episciqial church hero yesterday
morning. Dr. Avison characterised it
a the method which Cod takes to dis
cipline and develop men.
Dr. Avison sliowiHt now the years
spent by Joseph as a slave and in pris
on merely made for his development of
cnaracter ana were suosuiniiHiiy ir
him but stepping stones to a throne.
"No matter what happens, any man
can afford to hold steady so long as
(lod is leading." he declared. "And
Owl is always leading when a man's
ptimose is In tune with the infinite.
The result can wit but fail t be richer
development of character and the high
est kind of success."
Blind Homer Cited
I Dr. Avison referred to Homer, the
Number In Prison Now Only
487 Many Improve
Crime in the stiite of Oregon is
steadily decreasing, according to the
bi ennial report of ,1. W. Minto, warden
of the Oregon penitentiary, filed today
with the board of control. When hi-i'V
I ,i,:. nt i. ,.ff;.... c:of
tho tragedy of September 27, 191.1.
when Wnrden H. P. Minto lost his life
while after nn escaped convict, he
soys on October 1, IW1.1, he found .100
prisoners in the penitentiary, which
was an increase of !M1 or over 23 per
cent over the number on October 1,
11114. This number increased he says
until Turch fi ttt tliiu vi.nr when it
reached .106, since when there has been '
a steady decrease until now there are
less than 4H7. From the statistics of
the prison he believes tliat crime is j
Because of the congested condition
of the penitentiary during the past two
years, he said he luid been forced to
ldace two prisoners to n cell. He
recoinmendeded that this should be
changed for in his opinion best results
were obtained by the seggregation of
t,e young and accidental criminal
from those who are criminals by choice.
First offenders he snys should be
uinlleil as individuals nnd not as a
Warden Minto says it is a serious
mistake to think that all men in the
penitontinry will reform. He declared
training. The other 75 "per cent he
n . . . i.- .1
per cent are. criminals ny nature ami
snys are victims of passion, financial
difficulties, cureless raising, and un
congenial environment. The greatest
trouble is with the 2.1 per cent, lie
heartily endorsed the work of the
He also endorsed the parole system
land said the first requirement was that
la minimum term of sentence must be
'served, which he declined was strictly
adhered to. The second requirement is
-- -tensed shall be
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i . . i:.,:.. ti,
assured menus nt making ft living. 1
nllHPVVnilCCS or IIICSC ll-.l im-um
I declares hns onciated to reduce the ,
1 n ..... .1... -oM.itni.
milliner or ri-u-usen u...inK n. ........
mouths anil to increase iii.-u. uuims
.L. n,1,i.n ..-i-lr lu Fiiml T.nck .)f
llio Bvuauu n iiwu "- ;
steady paying jobs is the source of
greatest danger to the men out on
narnle. in his oniuion.
One of the features of the report was .
the statements regarding the school
woik .nine .nirinif ine oiif. vc;.i. m.
... . ..I
I says this experiment lias proven or j
gr.Mit benefit as some who were entire-:
lv illiterate before learned to rend and
write, others refreshed their former
studies, while the ireneriil moral nnd I
mental attitude was greatly improved, j
110 1ISKS IMU1 llll mil Clin -inn ill nn- i
school question be taken seriously.
Mrultli rniHimoiiH in ino uiHimmnn -
livii; l n I nil I . uri-wmiiiK hi inr, ii..ii,.
and during the past two years only
eiuht inmates hale died. Iniprovle-1
ments have been numerous and uinong
them are concrete feeding pens built
by prison labor, a brick garage, rear
rangement of tho commissary depart
ment, chicken houses built, the dairy
barn improved, electric light9 installed
in the basement, work done on the
water ditch, new cell house made, und
the roof of the main building repuired.
To replnce the shops destroyed by
the fire of May 1, !!!, the Enieig--ency
board authorized the building of
new structures not to cost more than
l.1,000. Over n million brick are on
In the past two years ine men nuvu
worked :S3,042 1-2 days for which they
received ii8,4 1 0..i:t from the state,
which is at the rate of 2.1 cents per
day. 'The work was done on the rock
crusher nnd in the flux industry.
For the next two yours, the warden
snys he needs n water tower that will
cost about .1,000, two bilge barns (one
for horses and one for cattle) a root j
house in which to store vegetables, an
extension to the guard apartments, n t
club building for a trusty home, repairs (
to the electric equipment, sewers in the.
i.nni .ill the flume rebuilt, two
large searchlights placed ori the i
so that the prison can be illunniuiti d, i
and the avenue to the city !,,r0,'t j
blind poet of. the Creeks, ns an pxnm-,
pie of what adversity can do tor
man. , j
When Homer be.'aine blin.l ne e-
gnn to iireum, ' ne sum. im- .
was that he munen an i.i.-i.i j
cian youth which became the .saving i
power of (Irecinn lue, ami is stilt pow;
.irtil til lis llllllirncr inr nil;" ,.i. inc.
erfnl in its influence for high
The work of Milton, blunt, vet in
spired to write "Paradise Lost," and
that of lluiivan. who in prison wrote
that classic," "Pilgrim's Progress,"
were cited by Dr. Avison ns showing
what adveisiiy will do in giving men
the power to do tilings which will be
an influence long after they are gone.
"Hiinyaii gave us," he declared,
"one of the greatest books which can
be read in av language. Theodore
Roosevelt thought so highly of it that
he put it in his small collection which
he took with hiin on his hunting trip
Paul Also Sufferer
Siienkina of Paul, Dr. Avison tie-
. . A . ... ..... i
niiensuiji u. i " ' i
lared that the matchless epistles,
hieh came from that man's pen never
would have come into the possession
of the race if Paul had nut been bound
and imprisoned and exiled tiom his
"The whole incarnation story of
Christ," Dr. Avison said, "was merely
another example ot the worn or ad
versity going hand in hand with deeds
of a suiicrhiiinan character.'
Dr. Avison emphasixed the nceit of
training in order that men may ac
complish the heat things of which they
are capable. He cried down the present
tendency of the young men of today to
go out into the world and auswer the
call for service without having pre
viously developed their faculties."'
"(iod can take care of the world
until men are ready." he said. "It
SOON TO BE PRINTED!"
'. ... J
Washington, Oct. 30. Appearance nt S 5
the state department today of Mexican iJJ
Ambassador Arredondo to repudiate II
criticisms of the United States attrib-
uted to high officials of the Carrunzn .
government was expected to close on if
incident which threatened to be very;!!
troublesome. ! "J
Acceptance of such repudiation was II
assured in advance by state depm't-
men t officials. 1
It was expected to cover a formal
"tateinent supposed to have, been issued ;
"" ;"' .i ,
finiiiice and criticism contained mill
interviews to lie puuiisneu tnis ween
by the Outlook magazine. Tho latter
interviews quote Cnrranzu himself,
General Pablo (innznlu.", General Obre-
gon and Secretary of Foreign Affairs
Cabrera and Arredondo discussed by'
telephone yesterday- the statement1
credited to the former. Arredondo j
then announced that a very mild cnti
cism of the United States governcmnt 'i
failure to prevent ammunition reach
mg Vina, expressed oy iinrcm m - j
versation witn ueorge . Miuimus, u ;
employe of the "Mexican News Hur-jlJ
eau" had been made the basis of thj
violent charaes embodied in the bur
eau's statement. The head of the bur
eau, George F. Weeks, wired Cabrera
disclaiming responsibility for the ac
tion. As for the magazine uiticle,-the em
bassy and the Curran.a govjerument
with" advance information of the.
article's contents, have exchanged
messages on the subject and the am
bassador has been authorized to repudi
ate the interview in advance.
"The public should be warned, suiii
Arredondo, that ninny false state
. v .. .1 .1 ...ll until I mil'
ments have appeared nnd will continue
to be published by enemies ot tne ue
facto government whose purpose is to
bring about intervention and tinned
conflict between the I inte.i craies.
5 CITY news :i
A marriage license was issued this
.,,.. , Vntluin Seldou Wood, of
"", - '" : . .. i. i.'u
u0im0nt street, nuieiii, win.
Noftu i iipir.ii .-mhi i,
A joint meeting of the Hughes al-
i: ,u v.i 1 nml No. 2 will be held
'j'nosdny evening at 8 o'clock ut the rc-:
.lubHcu'ii headquarters on High street. I
. r- ... jll; TI lSrmilr Hlhti
Tue funeral oi nuu ""
died Inst r ri.iny, was uciu mm
noon from the First Christian chmcli
and were conducted Uy tne m v. i. .
Porter. Burinl was in the lity View,
Dr. Carl Gregg Doney will ;
m'uuj . --- . . i I
where he will be ono ot tne principal
- - - , . .
speakers at the teachers mat t
held at Ln (irande and 1 eiidle
institute to oe
ton. He .
goes us n representative of Willamette
university. - I
Mr. and Mrs. Hartman Whipp will
Kive u musical lecture and recital at the
hii. wchiml niiditoriiiin next Thursday
morning. Wednesday evening they will :
appeur ut the Eirst Presbyterian church :
under the auspices of the Salem o-
men's club, i . a tt
In the action brought by the First
Nntionul Hunk of Alhninbra against W.
A. Sipprell for the recovery of money
alld'cl to be due on a note for $2,700,
Judge Calloway this afternoon grunted
a decree, awarding judgment to the
iduintiff, along . with l8 delinquent
1 . ...... . . ............ 'a t'lllW
taxes and i" special n.iu...... -
In th case of the receivership of the
M.iri.hiint. Mutual Fire associa
tion, lttirvel .Well, as receiver, asked
Indue Calloway tot an oruer msoui.
t,nic:.... ..... ..i .'..illncted from tho assets
coiimnnv. Judge tlallowayl
. . dl,r disbursing
ft 5 ..r t.,.t dividend upon
- i..... -r , Tnnmal men.
tion wai) luuUf ,hllt Aa Tiiidnll, express-;
n wag cmrK(lJ by tne (0ic0 with!
wr011(if iv tnking a robe from a wagon. '
i wrongfully tnking a robe from a wagon,
! It wus not Asa Tiiulull, the expressman,
but another A-sa. Tinaaii, wno ia nowi
Hlulor rre.t. The reporter was given,
(ne wr11(, information concerning the'
identity of the party charged, i
The Artisan lodge will celerjrate Wea-
lu.s,,iV evening with a lliillowe 'eu party
( u-sl0l.ji program. Following a short
WNliolli tlu,re wi t)c a program which
will includo recitations by Airs. ti. E,
Terwilliger and Mrs. Frances Aline; vo-1
cul solo by Mrs. l.coiui Peterson; instru-1
mental duet, Miss Martha Swurts nnd
Hedda Swarts; two minute tnlks by
Artisan politicians. There will also be
special selections by the Atrisnn orches
tra. . .
Whiter Willis, said to be a paroled
convict, Max Honglin, and Fred Brod-
igou, according to Chief Welsh, are un
I "" arrest ,n ". .. ror " "'?et, commander of the Anglo-French
Of Ward K. Ki.hadson s st.ro ' fie(.t in the Mediterranean, presented an
! Nrth Front street on the night of l,inatlll to (,r Jemanding that
I October 21. Chief Welsh expects to go, ., .,. ...... ... ,.. ..m:,.. the in-
down to Portland Tuesday to brinsr.
.V L. ...1. U.I..... Tlia P.ptlu.4 i f .
. . . n.. r. i i i
them back to Salem. The Portland of
firers caught them with the goods on
The Hippodrome yaudeyllle at the;
opera house attracted fair sixed houses!
notwithstanding the extremely uufavor
able weather. The bill was one of the
best that has come to the city and the
audience showed its appreciation by re
pented applause. Perhaps the act to lie
most favorably received was that of the
Carson brothers. Swedish athletes.
t ...... .'- 1 ...... ..1 . 1.' .1,.:. ....... ...1 .!...
took Ood 20 year.' to discipline Joseph
. 1 ... r ,
and lead hint through captivity nu
the dungeoa to a throne. And he will
do that for every lite-which gives him
Our Men's Clothing Store Is
Displaying Some Hand
some Evening Suits
Suits that lend an air of distinction. Suits that will make
her proud of you. Suits that have that incomparable
finish about them, that can only be accomplished by the
most minute attention to detail! that pleases the most
For the next smart function, in one of our splendid even
All other nifty
STRIPPED OF GUNS, TWO FORMER AMERICAN SHIPS
ARE LEFT GREEK KING WHEN ALLIES TAKE NAVY
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I f ?'fcl , v '.if'..'? V" itmmmmu I .
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I jrjc"- ' " i wmiiiiis ininn iwirmMw. r ; a& aCS . Q .
I GREfffFdRPEDO BOfiTS R T PMAEUS? THE L EMNQ 5. FORMERLY U.S S MISSISSIPPI' VICE RDMIRRL FOVRNCtS
I ' ' ' J
Wknn Vii Tl Vrfifftt illl "Prtlir-
tirc, ore. -rUt. he iH'rmitted it to hold
. . . . ... 1.1.1-.
the armoren cruiser Averoir un.i ine oui mem. ir was cxpiuineo tniir ine ois-, nonuire or inai name, 111,11.1 ions uis
tleships l.einnos and Kilkis. The latter patch of artillery and ammunition to placement, 401 feet long, with 550 of fi
two were bought before the war, in 114 the interior, the movements of (ireek leers and men, and four SI. 2 inch and
from the I intej States and were res-
.,..:..... .... xiissiasiiwi ami Idaho. Ad-
miral dii Fournet further demanded Hint
the three warships to be retained by'
Oreece be disarmed; that the forts 011
the seacoast lie dismantled, and those
two commanding the fleets mooring :
turned over to the admiral together with
the control of the Piraeus-ljirissa rail-jthe
1 ing. dancing and yocdbng were also)
l'""" favorites, McCarthy's minstrels
v.. iiiiaiIi,,, hi, frA mt tn Ihrt Hin.
- ' t :
poorome i'. '"e- s..u
brought here for Sunday enterta.nment.
I come, u.reei ,r,.ra .ur 1, .,,.....-.
ments and are the same class of players
lL ITRY SALEM FIRST
m mm, A '
rnml (i tit nil nf (rtn!ti il unit ttA
points also was to be placed in the
hands of the Anglo-French authorities.
Iu addition to the disarming of the war-
shin, i.nme.1. their crews were tn he re-
duced to one-third the regular comple-1
. ...... l . . l . i . . .1. . i ;
ships and the continue.! activity of the',
reservist leaeues aroused fears of a .lis-
tnrbance of order at points where the
allies' war vessels are anchored, and nl
so of the danger to the security of the
allied troops on the Balkan front. The
O reek fleet iu being consisted of the!
two battleships, which were formerly ,
Idaho and Mississippi, (each 14,405
one may see in the larger circuits of
Seattle and Portland. Manager Bligh ;
. nri.n.iites n Mlinu- i,f ixiiinl m.irit fur h..i .
, ? x,
i x.r, ya-. (Wilson.
I New iork, Oct. 30. Wall Street.
tuna rlnlnonm.int 'NO foot l.iti.r uiik
sn2 officors ,nd alld four u.
... . . . . . . , . . ,
e,Kht 8 "u h aI,d e,,lt ',,1,'h
'n the main battery; the armored crui-
ser Averoff, a present of the tireck mil-
i. ... jl ... . ........
eight i.a inch guns in main Lattery; anil
the war vessels which the entente took,
over, cousi-sts of three old battleships,
one protected cruiser, four guuboiits, 'A
mine layers, one torpedo depot boat,
sixteen destroyers, twelve torpedo boats.
four submarines and the royal yacht
Amphitrite a vessel of UOO tons and
speed of 14 knots per hour.
'tickers this afternoon report that
,,, tIsmM1 wa w. tUl.
. . . . .
hub touay at ou.ls oi tu to 11 011
I Hughes. Odds are quoted at 10 to
is 1-2 Hughes and even money on