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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALElf OREGON. FRIDAY, DEC. 8, 19916.
IF TAX IS LEVIED
Having decided ' to return to
Michigan I will sell my fruit
ranch, also my household goods
nt public auction, to the highest
bidder, without reserve. Prop
erty located 4 houses north of
the Garden road, 1-8 ruile north
east of 17th street carline, or 1-4
mile south of pavement on Hi 1 -vertoii
road. Thursday, Decem
ber 1, JSI10, nt 1 o'clock. Terms
cash. The following described
l'ony, htirneKS and basket cart,
gentle for children; I high gradn
rubber-tired buggy; 1 road cart;
rubber trimmed single harness;
telephone instrument and line;
library table, sofa, 4 rockers, 0
li n in room chairs, round dining
room table, desk, beds and
springs, rugs, Inmps, dressers,
curtains, bookcase, drop-head
sewing iiiachine, birdseye maple
plate nu ll, axminisler vehiet rug,
drop leaf table, kitchen cabinet,
steel range, new heater, dishes,
kitchen utensils, good assortment
of canned fruit, 5 dozen empty
jars,-, barrel chum, washing ma
chine, wringer, boiler, tubs, 3
lurgo porch boxes nipl plants, IS.'
xl4 tent and fly, one cook stove,
lawn mower, 2 long handled
shovels, 3 stable blankets, wool
strict blanket, collars nad odd
harnesses, 30 laying hens, several
buff bantams, largo iron 3-scc-tion
flour urn, good wagon deck,
roll of woven 19 wire fence, 10
gross 4 and H on. screw-top bot
tles, work bench, cultivator, 10
foot ladder, quantity . of dry
wcod. - -
At 2:30 o'clock I will sell this
beautiful suburban home and 12
acres of the best ground in the
valley; - LH!i npplo trees, 200
prune, 125 cherry, 8 pear, pencil,
plum ' trees, etc. Well feoced.
large barn, hen house 8-room
bungalow, plastered and tinted,
floors varnished, etc., with fire
place, w-ell on the porch, large
wood-shed, property in the city
school district.. Tills place is
worth 7,riOO, but be at the auc
tion and buy it at your own
price, even if it be 500; it will
be gold. -
H. E. VOORHEIS
STATE OF OREuvtf PROPOSALS
Tho Oregon state uourd of control
will receive sealed bid on December
1", IWHl, lit ":0U p. ni., for f urniidiiiig
Hiiiilies to . the various stute iustllu
, lions: consisting ol" dry goods, clothing,
i uriiishiuHs, groceries, shoes, hardware,
biooms. drugs, paints,
crockery, plumbing, etc., lor the semi-1
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UllllltUl ll-l lull itiiiiiii (riniv i'viii,
ri-ecificat:ous nnd schedules will bo
furnished upon application to the sec
retary n! fiilem, Oregon, also from Hie
Industrie-, and muuufuctures bureau,
'l,amber of t'oninierce, I'uiluuil, Ore
gnu. Kiich bid to be nccomiianied by n
certified chuck ill the sum of 10 per
cent of Ihe whole amount of bid, pay
uble to the Oregon Statu Hoard of t'ou
trnl, to be held ns a guaranty of Hie
faithful performance of the contract.
The bnnrd reserves the right to reject
nnv or all bids or to uceept miy part of
It. It. (KNimX, fjeretary,
Oregon .State I' -tf Control.
Nov. 2S, Dec. 1-1 S
Cuts Out tho West
IMiibidclpliia, I'll., Dec. 8. The I'enn
sylvanin ritilnuiil this afternoon nn
iiouiii'imI an embargo oi) nil freight ex
cept that which is perishable and under
"overunieiit shipment, on the lines west
of rittsbuig. This, it was said, will not
affect custom lines except shipments
originating west of l'ittibnrg. A seri
ous shortage of cars is said to have
broiigtitaboiil the embaigo at u time
when western shippers have iniii'li ma
terial to be moved cast.
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J. C, Berry, 115 South-Commercial.
Famous Old Sporting Place To
Be Auctioned Tex Rick-
ard After It
. New York, Dec. 8. Madison
Square Garden, scene of many
big fights, horse shows uud
great political gatherings, was
sold at miction today to the
New York Life Insurance com
pany for 2,000,000.
The garden was bought by
Edward I. Devlin, of the realty
and mortgage department of the
insurance company, which holds
n mortgage of $1,750,000 against
it. There was only one bid. As.
thu big enclosure is now in the
hands of n icoiver, transfer
will be made only on release of
the leceivcrsbip, a 30 day notice
for which is necessary.
Devlin said utter the bid had
been mude t but he did not know
whi.t would be done about leas
iug the building.
Hy II. O. Hamilton.
ftr.iited Tress stuff correspondent.)
New York, Dec. 8 Famous old Madi-
son Square Gulden will go on the nuc-
tion block today at noon. Shortly there -
utter there will be projected on the
gnqiiug public the sounds of wild bid
ding from the throats of Tex Rickard
Hum- Pollock unit Jimmy Johnston,
Homebody evidently is going to run box-
ing shows in the Garden this winter und
each of Ihe persons named is sincerely
confident that it will be him.
Rickard says he is going to bid right
up to the last notch for the lease and,
as he is favored by the Morgan interests
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the property, he probublv leads the
field. Jimmy Johnston, however, who
has beon putting on shows at the Oar-
den for the defunct show corporation,
says he is going as far as he can and
still Keep witnin tne limit ot mo inw.
Harry Bollock is associated With John! the tax hus beon levied, although not i of 12,iuO tons and carried 7J0 men, nc
Whit'es and Dau McKetrick hi his de-1 therefrom would not be considered ns cording to best nvailable information,
uiuns on n Innse. He wnnts tn stnee a ' ;.,.i..v.f...l..,..,., ,...:ii ;r ii,... w , Slic hud a water line leimih of 410 feet
bout between Freddie Welsh' aud John -
ny Dundee, in New York
I The New V'ork Life company Is ex
I pec ted to buy the building nnd im
I mediately form a holding company
j which will proceed with the lease.
Kicknrd declares it he doesn't get
the Garden he will go right ahead with
arrangements for n bout between
(leorges ('nrpentier and Les Dnrcy or
.Tesa Willard. He savs he has been of
fered a site for u building in tho vicin
ity of l.'IOth tieet and continues that
the building could be erected withiu n
mouth's time. . .
In the mciiiitiline. Kickard is keeping
one eye on a tians-Atluulic cable and
the other eve glued to the cable from
C....I. a Li-.. -l. i... - i...
South America. Vioin the former lit
hopes to hnve word regarding I'arpea
lier's proposed trip to these shores and
'from the other he trusts he will receive
word soon regarding the h hereabouts of
I.im Darcw, ihe famous Australian wilt
u tho wisp. '
Rickard Hits a Stump.
Chicago, Dec. 8. Tex liickaid has
struck another snag in planning his big :
fight for (leorges ('nrpentier, it upeai
ed here today, with the iiniiiiuiiccmenl
of Tom Jones, Willard 's innnnger, that
he also controls Les Dnrcy. Australian
When ho lennied that liickaid wl,s
considering sidetracking W'illurd and
matching the 1-reach herd with Dnrcy,'.
j Jones f lured up.
'Mr. Rickard, or anyone else who is"""-' """ " "'. r""
promoting this scrap will have to see
me before thev arrange cither a Wil
lard Curpeiitier or a Daicy-Carpentier
inatcli. Jones ilecliueil. " Dniev can
not fight in this country for the next
three veins except under my control.
".lack Keains, Ihe Californian, and I
have an equal share in n contract with
Darcy. Our contract calls for 2fi per cent
of the Australian's winnings in Amer
ica. Kcarus nnd 1 split 50 00 on the
percent age. ' '
Jones said it would lake )ti.r),000 to
get Willard into the ring with Cm pen
tier. He hud been offered that by oth
er promoters angling for the match,
Jones suid, declining to reveal their
! How Season Will Open.
I Salt Luke City, I'tah. Dec. 8.- Details
I of Ihe playing schedule for the season
I I'.ll" weie discussed today by the mag
I nates u'l the Coast league ill their clos
ling session here today. Bare nullities
; ol the schedule had been discussed
foimnllv before the session began nnd
; when the incciing opened it was not an
' licipate.l (hat
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j ficulty in completing it.
, All that is ceitiiin now is that
'season will open April :i with I'uitland
nt Salt Lake. Vernon nt Sun I'lnucisco
and Oakland i Los Angeles, tni.l that ""-M 'tough the newspapers.- ,
it will last .SO weeks, closing October I'odie con,ine,.l,ng on the dispatch "Ro-t.peu.ng ot land co.ninunnn
.is " jsii.il lie I. ad heard nothing Iron. Mack, lions ' can only mean that (.erinany and
""lice is what the magnates have done '"'J didn 't jnlen.i to go to the Athletics ; Aust , ia hav e 'plgcd a clturing away
, 'unless he received more monev than the of all allied hind forces I ruin Bu'giinn
Limited the number of players in
e;i ih club to IS. four of whom shall be
"bushevs" ;tho sultiry limit was not
Threw down the bars limiting the
Irainiug season. j
Permitted major league clubs to lraini
tn California and use Cont league j
Korbade Coast league plavers to p'av t
with outride clubs, especially semi-pro '
Red Sox Sold.
Huston. Mns.. Dec. S. The Boston
Red Sox officially changed owners to
day when Ward and Kra.ee, theatrical
men of Chicano aud New York, signed
the papers nnd separated ex President
Joe 1. 11 nn in from his world's champions.
Boston is now bubbling over with
anxiety ns to whether the new owners
can persuade Bill Ciurigan to pilot the
flub for oue year more.
"We're after Oiirrignn." Ward said
today. "We have offered him a good
, Attorney General's Opinion
In reply to the inquiry of .7. M.
Dcvers, district attorney of I.ann coun
ty, with reference to the authority of
the cuunly court to incur indebtedness
under the recent constitutional indebt
edness and tax limitation amendment
and whether the constitutional limita
tion would apply to a present indebted
ness where that- indebtedness is pro
sided for In the tux levy now being
made, tno attorney general uas reu
dered the following opinion. Mr.
Dcvers asks whether the county reach -
.s its limit of indebtedness simply be-
cause the taxes for a certain fund
have not been collected, or if n certain
fund is created by a special levy and
I yet uncollected, can the county issue
warrants against this fund. The opin
"The principle i well stated ii. the
case of Dux V. Clatsop county, 40 Or.,
..t page 230, as follows:
"There are decisions of able and
respectable courts holding that when,
nt the. time contract presentlv to be-
come due, is made by a county or a
municipality, a tund is on hand niiil,"""' - . , ' .,,,,
appropriated to its payment, or fund j 'J; 1 ' 'fr(.-
such us current taxes has been pro- reported from the vest tiout.
vided, but is uncollected, or uu appro-1
priation is made of the future income I
0f revenue producing property be-.
, lonyiiiL' to the municipality, such ns
waterworks and the like, and the con
tract is cxuressly made payable only
out of such funds or revenue, with no
not a dlM or ,bU,ty Iis.jin3t
rn,.iiitun nil til, I lllll I1IC I It'll 1 IV. It UOCS
the corporation, within the meaning of
constitutional or charter limitations
similar to those contained in our con
Tno court cites numerous nuiiioriiic-
ml B'v examples ol the application!
' rule, to which your attention is
rcspectlully called. The other cases
cited recognize the rule which we have
-quoted above. j
-'it is, incrtuorc, iip.ni iii iu.h
,, Hlc.c;ni fund in course of collection !
from which any particulnr obligation j
. . 1 '
is to he na d.
"fteferring to your Inst question, it
is apparent that involuntary indebted !
nog.4, thnt is, inUolitediiPHs incurrod or.
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of nnv dutien or ol.Iiy.it on
posed uioii them by the constitution or
laws of the stute, hereafter, created are
to be Included with debts voluntarily
crenicu oy lue couuiv in arriMiii; in
: J " t
the total amount to which the lniiit.v
tion uiueiidiuenl applies, but that such
involuntary indebtedness, ns defined
in the decisions of our supreme court,
created or incurred by counties prior
to the adoption of Ihe constitutional
amendment are not to be included in
computing the total amount to which
the limitation is applicable."
An opinion was given J. Stewart,
district attorney of Lincoln county, re
garding tho question whether the
county court could audit and authori.e
the payment of claims in the sum of
ifiiii.lKMI at the December session, which
savs "the prohibition against creation
0f indebtedness by counties in the per-
f,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, nf duties or obligation iiu-1
M)scd by law only applies to indebted- j
, m,S!1 i.lxifter created'' nnd not to I
debts outstanding nt the lime of its!
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To Rank Tennis Players.
New York, Dec. 8. The adoption of
i tin ranking list of tennis players fur.
HUd will go before the executive com-1
niiltcc of the I'liited Slates National j
Lawn Tennis unsocial ion when it con
venes for its annual session here today.'
ili. Norris WiHiunis 11.. who defouted .
I William M. Johnston und won the nn-;
lionul 1 linnipion-diip last summer, prob-
, ably will head the list. Johnston is ex-
1 peeled to take second place.
1 li, l.iiidley Murray, (leorgc M.
'Church. Claieine J. (Irittin, Wiitsun M.
i Washburn, Kail II. Hehr. Willis K. Dav
is and Theodoie Roosevelt I'rll are fn-
; vnrcd to get places below the two lead-
ers, unless tcliiya Ixuningae,
'aiiese, is granted ranking.
B.xllo and Cack May Meet.
San rrancisco, Dec. 8. I'ing Bodie
and Connie Mack in a v, vet go to the mat
before I he Cow Hollow nlngLCr signs a
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1 1 11,,, i'!,;i.i.,l.,i,;.. .1,1.
lor me coining season.
Dispatches from the east today mint-'
en .ones, as criticising 1 ing anil saving
inline was nor- iny personal euoice. ,
He'll play with us or not nt nil trad he
should be clad to get back in the Amcr
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'""" "ecu paying nun.
ai( am cut IV fit thcskikis
Why the Journal li popular
It prints the world's news to
day while it's new.
(Continued from page one.)
of nil ycitiaens remaining in the Cfreek
(J recce has sufficient supplies to last
for possibly So days against the sort
of a blockade which Admiral Du Four
net probably will institute agnrust the
Delayed dispatches front Athens to
day suid that on Monday adherents of
Veuizclos taken prisoners by the gov
ernment forces wero transferred from
the parliament house to the Averoff
prison. Crowds in the streets jeered the
procession and the captives us they were
marched by, tied in groups of four.
Sending Troops to Monastir.
London, Dec. 8. German troops along
the whole Monastir front are being
strongly reinforced, according to ad
vices from (Salonika today, presumab
ly theso forces arc being diverted from
i the Kumuninn theatre of war.
i Jt was believed here that the Ucrmnivs
'"" preparing for Inauguration of a
powerful offensive against the rrnnco -
Serbian-Italian and British forces in
Macedonia, strengthening the Bulgarian
nui1 uonnaii re in .unceuo..i,
mini troops there with big forces now no
longer needed in Rumania.
'" l--'- .-German troops were
driven from the positions east of the
s pc of Hill 304 on the lelt bank ot
the Mouse which the,- occupied Wed-
, "-"' ,' trmms
Berlin, via Savville wireless. Dee. S.
capitulation of a i!uiunuia army di-j
vision forced to buttle on the Alt, W illi
a ioss of 8,000 men and 20 ennnou, was
announced today. Besides Bucharest,
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tuBUS "uw 'n wnuaa Bauus-
I Battleship Missing.
j Paris, Dec. 8. The French battleship j
I Suil'reu is officially classified ns lost I
'in a statement issued by the minister of
A cnt,v nU bnnjK were ost. Tha
,rft oibrnltttr (or tho Lorient on
November 24 aud has not been heard of
inerunren was an n kiioi oui m-.iuijj ,
nd carried the following armament:
Four 12-Inch guns; 10 G l-inch guns; 8-
A 1....I. . OO ii, Li, fnnlil fii'Aiil I
i-mi;.. ., ,
aui, 4 torpedo tubes. .
a Ktl ren wbs authoriaod m July i
1S9H iinU i'ost A0.000.000
I.oriflll 1H u- uni4iru ntiiijuti u.mn
im-h1,!,ot nt tu0 moutl1 of B Kl"r '"'
Attacks Are Lighter.
Berlin, via Savville wireless, Dec. 8.-
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D..nli4in.. lllllirA nf thAII' fill IIHui VA
designed to relieve pressure on the Ru
muniiin front, the Russian forces in the
t'arputhittns undertook only partial at
tacks yesterday, according to today 'a
Several attacks ngaiftst Oorniau lines
around Ludovn and in the Trutosul val
ley were suppressed with heavy losses.
Thinks Liner Sunk.
London, Dec. 8. The Anchor liner
Caledonia is believed sunk, Lloyd an
nounced today. '
The Caledonia is n steel steamer ff
9.22:! tons with British registry nnd
(ilusgow her home port. She was built
j 1 04 and is oUM-feet in length.
Russian Attacks Failed
Berlin, via Savville wireless, Dec. 8.
-Itussiaii attacks 011 the Ihienn front
failed, todav's official statement re-
South of Viesv Russian detachments
that had penetrated one of the Herman
outpost positions were expelled.
London. Dec. S.--Mutunl intermit
tent shelling was icported by tleiieial'
Sir Dnuiilns 1 1 11 iu from the British
Bulgars H,,ld Ground
Sofia, Dec s. liepeated repulse of
enemy attacks, on the .Macedonian
front was iinuoiinccd in today's official
In Doliin.ljn on the Bulgarian left
trout, the enemy is slowly entrenching.
Used as Transport. N
New York, Dec. S The Caledonia has
been in the service of the British gov
ernment since the beginning of the war
uud' has been used as 11 transport, lo
cal Anchor line officials said today.
The American representative of the
Anchor line did not know her status ut
Bait for Greece.
Dec s. lieiiunuv and Austria
nave oliercil to rc-opell inuu counuiuu
cui ions lu t. recce, 11 tireece win or- j
clare war on the allies according to 11
wireless ilipntcn reccivetl acre iroiu
Sw iueiiaud today .
t south to tiiocee, possibly nisi
1 roiu 1 ue
I Macedonia- front.
' j Serbians Hold Ground.
Salonika. Dec. s. Repented counter
' attacks against positions they lost to
jtlic Serbians recently by heavily re-
inforeetl Teutonic columns in the region
1 of tirunislite. were in vain, the Serbian
ol'i'iciul statement declared today.
A Leader-Resulb are
our Want Aeb They lead
the way to Beikr posilms
5eiLer WorKew -w-
IS STILL ON
Special for today Our shipment of Felt Slippers delayed for several weeksis
now on the shelves. We are offering them at prices that will startle vou.
A complete One of Rubber Goods and High Top Shoes at the VERY LOWEST
We offer goods at these nrices because-WE NEED THE MONEY.
A. C. OeVOl
Dealer in High
Senator LaFollette Blossoms,
Lewis Not In It
By George Martin.
(United Biess st-orf correspondent.)
Washington, Dec. 7 Among the staid
nBj 80ieInn tosn today sat, Kobort M.i
LttFol(te, of Wisconsin, the only gen-j
; uiuc murron pinn sennror now piuiai
r.hrt ,,, nvnlntivn mirnnPr trom
around Milwaukee blared forth today in:
n color scheme that would have put I'a-
quin of Buris on easy street for life
if he had thought of it.
He has shoved Senator James Ham
ilton Lewis ' pink whiskers into the dis
card; und their owner, torn between
the barber shop nnd tho haberdashery
doesn't know what to do.
Sir Robert was full bloom amid th
purple und mahogany of the senate to-
day. From the top hair of his two story
boinvadour to the lowest thread of his
reddish brown suit he was striking, not
His hair, his hands nnd "face, his cars,
all pink. Not a glnring, nawst, sicken
ing pink, you understand; but a deli
cato iusinunling pink, a pink that
grows on you. And of course ,it is well
known that the senator has some very
As a color scheme he is the hit of the
Il is notable that the war has clipped
1111 inch from I'ncle Joe Cannon's stogie.
He says his clothes cost more. And his
food. In fact, about the only thing it
hasn't uffe'ted is his lurid converse
Chewing gum was a favorite pastime
among house members during President
Wilson's address to the joint session.
Hut it was confined to house members.
Senator Sauslbiiry 's was the nearest np
proneh to joining them. The gentleman
from Delaware chewed his mustache.
Republican House Leader Mann laid
his chin down on his necktie nnLslept
calmly though not audibly from para
graph to paragraph.
; Senator Ollie James, Kentucky, sat
, in one scat and overflowed into two oth
j ers. He just could not get his navy
blue polkudot tie arranged to suit him.
' Senator Kern, of ludinnn, inn the
scale on his bald spot a couple of times.
KIDNEYS ACT BADLY
Take Tablespoonful of Salts
v If Back Hurts or Bladder
Bothers Drink Lots
' of Water
Weire n nation of meat eaters and i
our blood is filled with uric acid, says !
a well known authority, who warns us,
to be constantly on guard ngaiast kid ,
The kidueys do their utmost to free I
the blood of this irritating acid, but
become weak from the overwork; they j
get sluggish; the eliunnntive tissue! 1
clog nnd thus the waste is retained in !
the blood to poison the entire system, j
When your kidneys ache and feel like 1
lumps of lead, and you have stinginj
pains in the buck or the urine is cloudy
full of sediment, or tho bladder is irri
table, obliging you to seek relief during
the night; when vou Jiavc severe head
aches, nervous and ifcwy spells, sleep
lessness, acid stomach or rheumatism in
bud weather, get from your pharmacist
about four ounces of Jnd Salts; take a
tnblespoouful in a glass of water be
fore breakfast each morning and in a
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bined with lulua, uud has been used toi 1 . ., ' , . ,
generations to flush uud stimulate"""."1 ,0 '"'"'P "ie k"''fys clean anil
clocked kidneys, to neutralize the acids active,
in urine so it is no longer a source ot 1
irritation, thus ending urinary nnd sjt NEW TODAY ADS WILL BE sfc.
bladder disorders. , $ read in the Journal in all livo
Jad Salts is inexpensive and cannot Marion county homes Try 'em.
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