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DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM SUNDAY
c THE SCREEN STAR OF DISTINCTION
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2X 1918.
. 'In the Biggest Success of Her Career . . .
The Story of a Great Love, For AH Great Lovers .
"HUNGRY LIONS on a
The Big Sunshine Comedy Sensation
; McADOOSTATES HE
t'C'omiiiuod on page two)
statements Of McAdoo 's friends, how
ever, did not bearut this theory as
most authorities saw it.
Much Speculation. .
Secondly there was speculation that
tho presidency in 1920 had an influence
in McAdoo's direction. ,
(fame' thought' iMcAdoo was skeptical
of being a successful candidate in 1920
inasmuch as his continuance in office
might be attended by political differ
ences with the opposition party next
year over railroads and appropriations.
On the other hand, some believed
that McAdoo felt by avoiding these
2 Reels , . . Iji
Gab ine f 1
What a Government Bulletin says:
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You can prepare the meals without walking miles of steps as hitherto. It saves the back-breaking
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auiercnccs, no coma appear in liwo aS'BCd as railroad administrator, while
a government control advocate and be there was considerable thought that the
swept into office on that plank and his
Tho general thought was, however,
that McAdoo has quit public life, as he
said. Thore were those who were in
clinod to think McAdoo had drawn au
adverse decision as to his personal pros
pects in 1920. from the republican vic
tory in the last election
railroads might be placed under Secre
tary of tho Interior Lane and the in
. To" Make Inspection Trip.
' McAdoo will leave Washington to
night for a f.nal iuspoction trip over
tho rail lines. 'Ihis trip, which. wUl
cjmplote inspection ..of all lines under
federal control, will ; take McAdoo
must have been background reasons for
hi9 . i!v l remarkable decision . was
talk of who would succeed McAdoo.
Bornard Baruch, Carter Glass of Vir
ginia and Assistant Secretary Leffing
wcll were mentioned as prospects for
the treasury post.
'; Bnru.ih alo .was prominently discus-
Vaudeville's novelty sensation
Presenting Clare A. Lutes
! : "THE WIZARD OF THE FEET" "
Coupled with speculation over what through the south and Missippl val
icy; tie'wiu De away about ten days.
His first stop will be at Atlanta.
McAdoo did not acquaint his imme
diate associates of his purposes until
late yesterday afternoon, a short time
before he called in the press to an
nounce his resignation and its accep
tance. Ho gavo , out correspondence,
which said the need for more . money
than a cabinet post yields, influenced
his going. , .
Wilson Regretfully Accepts.
President Wilson answered that he
regretfully accepted, at the same time
highly praising the secretary's faith
fulness and ability. , , ,
McAdoo did not claim to be broken
in health, though he did suggest he is
much in need of a rest. It was recalled
today that he spent some time, on a
western ranch recently because of a
throat trouble which was mainly su
perinduced by overwork.
President Wilson probably will name
hif successor before departing for Eu
rope. Incidentally, the question of pet
manent government control ..f raUrnmla
is destined to arise soon. . McAdoo is
j known to have favored indefinite con
( tinuation of such control if not actual
ownership. Now, railroad security hold
ers are organizing to test out this situ
ation and to force return of lines to
private ownership. McAdoo, it was
pointed out, would have had to take a
aenmte stand soon on this problem.
"JUST FOR FUN"
- GAFFNEY AND DALE
'THE BOWEY VOLUMES"
"Fie ht for Millions"
The big fight storyFull of pep with the same
OTHE FEATURES TOO
ALL DAY SUNDAY .
Continued from page one)
loss and wrote a letter to the board
of control informing them that the
ruling whereby wo were compelled t
do this work ior $30 was an injustice
and owing to the increased cost of
trucks, tires, gasoline etc., it would be
necessary to charge these institutions
100 per month. ;
"Thig request was refused and this
institution by arrangements with the
state board of control is still doing
tftis work, paying for all supplies out
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electric floor lamps '
electric table lamps '
. couches , .
dining tables .; . ' .
' TEA WAGONS " . ,
LILLY BOWLS, ETC.
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me, and have known me all mv life. 1
that I shoull make tho above statement
which l' have done in all sincerity and
truth." - ,
strong and healthy and are therefore
confined to their wards most of tho
time and of course have little or no ap
petite, eating perhapB nothing but po
Discussing the cost of conducting tho j tato, bread and gravy, etc. With in
prison, tho warden says:
''I have no apologies to make nor ex
cuses to offer but wish to say in ex
planation of the alleged high cost of
running the Oregon State Peniten
tiary, the governor intimates that it
mates of the penitentiary it is qiute
different for they are for the most
part strong, healthy fellows and havo
hearty appetites. My idea in .present
ing tho above facts is to show the, in
justice of 'comparing the per capita
oas cost more in proportion to run the expense 01 running the penitentiary
penitentiary than the other state in-'with that of the Oregon state hospiaal,
stitutions. He mentions the Oregon
State Hospital in particular. There the
cost of running the State Hospital has
not increased like the per capita at the
Penitentiary-Tho overhead expense at
the penitentiary is from thirty to fifty
per cent of the general expense of run
ning the instituaion, and if there were
only fifty prisoners the overhead ex
administration will start off with a is destined to bespangle the' map of
. rrv . suiHiieasiorn Europe.
commissary. Owing to the very dry
season there was hut very little rais
od on the prison, farm and we would
have been short of potatoes, etc, but
for the fact that axfurmer mado us a
shares which we (lid and roceived over
2,00U dollars worth of potatoes. There
will now be all tho potatoes that can
be used at tho Institution and then
some for sulo. In geutcnibcr and Oc-
Tlio Hungarian Matrvars are destined
to bo the chief immediate losers us tho
result of the war, after. the Germans.
The Magyars long desired to dominate
a newly-formed Hapsburg empire In
stead of this, their own provinces aro
being wrestod from them to give free.
dom to oppressed nationalitic8 and
Hungary is being reduced to secondary
ranK, not superior to
for as you can see, tho conditions of
the two institutions have been almost
tW 4 "ft . work and would havo los very hcav
n ll Vf l L commodities have ily bad wc ot hav , a
increased from 50 per coot up in the C1e 6
past iwp years owing to extraordinary
conditions, caused by the war. This of
course was not forscen and taken into
tnhor m hnhn . fn;.n. ;i, . ranK, noi superior to little tfnlkau
i th mr.:.;i : ti dange, of n
$1,000 worth of prunes for tho work.
Both of these (farmers were unable
to securo freo labor enough to do the
"It is a very easy matter to charce
that the cost of maintaining the prison
only litty prisoners tne overnead ex- course was nui loraeen ana tancn into has be unusuallv hiyh for th M,t
oense would remain about the same: but consideration by the legislature in mak-!?!,l ,.!!""rU?''y...AgA .ir .the.
of course if you . were to divide the, tag the appropriation. There are alo cou,d lay0 flone u fof Jc8g umJw tIl0 ! tho first' time and many more during
iiie danger of an uprising
among the Magyars, because . of the
downfall of their ambitions, hai thus
forced the Fronch to occupy Budapest
and tho army of occupation in its turn
is preventing revolutionary excesses.
HUBBARD MAN HAS PEESS-
INO INVITATION TO FARADS,
The bells rang for forty-five minutes
t-noie expense oeiwoen uny prisoners t T , "T", T ,mvo same conditions without doinr . num.
the per capita expense would be very come up mat naa to oo paid lor out ,.- , (1,: .... ...,?. :i.rj
a- ' . .. ; ) 01 . the "te.e. fund that no pro- irX: u , l
T were vision was maue ror in tho appropna- hri V(,r , , .f "." ,.T
''On the other hand if thorc
six hundred prisoners tho overhead ex- j tion, such as maintaining a force of cen(. ot
of thelinTf. SE,:: J?M!tiZ -SI rZZ't -.Td .tuX
for thig institution and operating at
a loss. In order to do thia work at nil
it was necessary to' purchase some new
equipment. Automobiles like anything
ciae, wear out. wnen 1 first assumed
control of the institution I found two
old rattle trap passenger cars made
over into trucks that were a continual
expense to keep running. I was able
to trade these in for some new equip
ment and secured the -governor's per
mission -to pay the difference out of
the institutional betterments tund
which I did and purchased two light
trucks for doing this work. Will gay
that I have not spent a dollar on auto
mobiles without the permission of the
"Another thing that this institution
is compelled tb do for the benefit of
other institutions is to refrigerate all
the meat for certain other institutions
wunoui cost to tnem. TBese are ftut a I
tion. Of course now
illation has decreased considerable
while the overhead expense hag in
creased very materially owing to tho
high cost of living and the scarcity of
labor. . The tame is not true at the
Oregon State Hospital. Their popula
tion has increased by leaps and bounds
owing to the fact that it has been im
possible to deport foreigners and for
other reasons. Their overhead expense
increased some, too, but when you
divide the total maintenance eost by
the extra large population naturally
than it has the past two years."
Continued from page one)
few instances of a number that I could j it brings the per capita cost down to
mention where this institution is and
has been imposed upon.
"I am a eitizen of Oregon as well
as the warden of the state penitentiary
Thig is a public matter and can be
backed up by facts and figures. I am
not begging for mercy or anything of
that sand, but I believe that in justice
ii we luiui wpcuse vvu uiviut-u hiut g u " .r""cl,UB17 nfc necCHWiry and for tho actim. imnd
thA KAil rha rn Aoi.ita flynanan ntnn i inn fiXeilHft OT lilfl T.I'i11Ifnrin.rV. I hPHfl . . ..
i. r xr 7 u v.. ,i u tno msntuti
ue qune small, vvucu j. ut-cume wnruvu uuu -wuim; uo uuu n
incre were 44 prisoners ana at tnOjpp" "ln c niaiuiBiinng
present time the are only about 300. , them is several times what it would be
ilt stands to reason that the overhead !t the institution. Besides this, the law
expense when divided, by 449 prisoners creating the Lime Board makes tho
is smaller than it would ibe if divided by I warden of the penitentiary an ex-offi-300.
eio member of the board and when he
During the past year the prison pop-, mapects the camp all his expenses have
to oe paid out or tne penitentiary lund.
Another large item of expense has
been the wood camp which was estab
lished by the orders of the board ot
control to cut wood for the state in
stitutions. This- expense came out of
the general fund. There is a large sup
ply of wood on hand thaa will be used
next year but the expense of this came
out of the 1917-1918 appropriation.
"There have been a number of other
large and unforseen items paid out of
the maintenance fund such as the sup-1
port of the "parolo officer's cottage")
the day. At ten o'clock a procession
formed which marched throughout the
rest of the day with little intermission.
Kvcrything that could make a noiso
wag used and to the limit. The proces
sion stopped long enough to invite
Harry West to take part in the jollifi
cation. Harry has not won recognition
bed rock. Another reason why the state
hospital is able to keep down its per
capita eost is, they have, a largo farm
which furnishes them an abundance of
vegetables fruits, milk, eggs, etc., at
small expense. Then again their in
mates are a very different class of Imissary and at the present
people to .those of the penitentiary, i is nearly $30,000 worfh of supplies in
to myself and to my friends who know; That is, a large per cent of them are not ahe commissary department. The new
mans, who are the dominant Austrian
French Force at Budapest.
The arrival of a strong French mil
itary force- at Budapest this week has
attracted little attention, though the
movement has an important significance.
It is the policy of the allies not to
occupy the enemy capitals unless under
circumstances because of the
its - furnishings" and also the upkeep lasting vengefulness usually ereated by
tne act oi publicity proclaimed eap-
of "his auto'; new smokestack 01070;
expense of prison investigation com
mission, $630; etc. When I took charge
of the institution there was less than
$15,000 worth of supplies in the com
missary and at the present time there
e war is over it will no doubt bo nos- .for his support of the covernmeut 5a
siblo to run the institution on a great j winning tho war in fact, the roverso
dual less during the next two vears but he was invited to be in on cele.
oration and responded because of tro
pressiiro of the invitation. He return
ed to his work at tho feod mill after :
two rounds of the course. Enterprise,
SILVERTON BOY KILLED
IN ACTION .OVERSEAS.
Mr. and Mrs. James Iverson received '
word . Tuesday that their son, McMn
8., fell in action in France, Octobor t.
Melvin left this city June 21 for Camp
I Lewis; leaving there he was transferred .
to Camp Kearney and from there to
Camp Mills and across to France. His
death took place October 6. Melvin was '
a bright young man and his advance- "
ment after he entered the service Is evi-"
dent by the short time" lapsing between .
tho time of entry and landing in .
France. He was born in Mower county
Minnesota, twenty-three years o. Hii
parents and four brothers and two sis
ters survive. The family came to this
city last February from Harrisbur.--"
tivity. The seizure of Budupest, thore-i
fore, is an exception measure of pre
caution. It has been done for the pur
pose of preventing riotous activity by
the Magyars, who are ambitious to he
come the dominating power in the new
constellation of little nationalities that