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DAJLT CAPITAL JOtTBWAL. 8ALEM. QBEOOW. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1913.
PAOB TEHEE. LITTLE TALK? ON fVE,RY-DAY FINANCE i OF Said a Man of 42 O, "It would take just $20,000 to free me from debt and lift a heavy load. C. "If I had saved jit compound Interest half of what I have thrown away In twenty years, I would be healthier, out of debt, and could look on the future with serenity" Young Man: C You will be 42 some day. Let your savings account at this bank work In the meanwhile to establish you on a sound financial footing. United States National Bank SALEM, OREGON PII RTS Eleven Mon Who Are Considered Eligible and Several More Will Come in, It Is Expected. Wthino ABOUT MEN WHO ABE HEBE SO FAB tt Will Bring in Some More Men ml Situation Is Not as Discour aging as It Might Be. At least thero are 11 mon on Wil metto's first squad, and, although tie it no certainty of several of the ,went members being in the first m lineup when tho first football lm of the season arrives. There are several good men yet to :m in, and in the meantime Coach leetlaml is working hard to build a rocg first team of tho material on Lid, so as to have as strong a first jiiil as possible. The men working in the backf ield at -ml are Booth, Rowland, Doane and Booth was a member of the first team miJ last season and worked at quar- jtr throughout the season, getting into Tfvntl games. He has been working i half this year, and, although a little I it, has lots of speed and hits the foe with great foree. He is good at lining through a broken field. I Rowland Is Working. "Curly" Rowland, fullback of last .liMO, is back at his old position be hm halts, anil is smashing the Hue his old-time form. He has had sever jl yean of football under Dr. Sweet ui, ami Bhould show up well this Doane, tho phenomenal halfback of '0 Mphomoro and 'varsity second team COLLAR urmhl Ulb Bud Notch CoU.r, 2 lot 23 Otm. rboir A Co., Urn. M.k.r j of lust year is working at the othor po sition of half. Ho is a fast charger and , has a great knack of dodging, being a j good yarilago maker on a broken field. Paul Homan, who is back at his old position at quarter, tins established a great record as a field general, and will have no trouble in holding down that position. Thero is a posisbility that ho may play lit half if a man can bo de veloped to tako up tho quarterback po sition, llo has had several years of college football, and is without doubt ono of tho best men on tho team. He does great work at running back punts and kick-offs. Three New Men. Tho center of tho lino is made up of three new men, Teeters, of Woiser high, Weiscr, Idaho, being at center; Ferris, senior law, out for his first time, being at ono guard, and Pfclffcr, of Dayton high, at the other. Eric Oolt, recently chosen captain of this year's team, is playing at ono tackle and Ben Neustnl at the other. Bolt has held his present job for the past two years, and will be one of the strongest members of the first eleven. Neustal is an old man at tho game, and is doing good work. Tho positions of ends are being filled at present by Flegel and Bandcrvert. Both have played guard during their previous football career, and are not much at home in their new positions as yet. Schedule Not Beady. Tho schedulo for this year has not been entirely given out, several con tracts have been signed, but the dates are optional, and will be arranged for later. Tho first game will, of course, be the 'varsity-alumni contest. This game is scheduled for October 4. The alumni will be exceptionally strong this year, and should have it over the 'varsity by a large margin. Probably the most Important game of the season that will be played in Sa lem will be the game with the Univer sity of Oregon. This contost will prob ably occur Saturday, November 1st, just one week before the Oregon elev en meet O. A. C. in the big game at Albany. As the university is not well under Handicap as Arranged by Fairing of Names for Games to Be Played Within Ten Days. A handicap tournament of tho Salem Racquet club opened Saturday after noon, and it is planned to complete it in ten days. Watt Shipp and Hauser Bros, have put up suitable prizes, and the winner is to be banqueted. These are given 30 point handicap game Young, Wallace, Spoors, Mc Nary, B.. McDaniels, Gabrielson, Hofor, Howell, Blade, Hargrove, Oilkey. These got 15 I. McDaniels, DeLong, Paisecki, Hinges, Pierce, Hewitt, Ben nett. The.se play at scratch Wheat, B. Moores, Thielsen, Bodgers. These play at 30 minus 15 Olinger, Crawford Homan, Babcock, K. Moores, Cox. These gentlemen play as their names are paired, and must play within a week: K. Moores, Babcock; Olinger, Slado; Cox, Hofer; Crawford, Wheat; Bodgers, B. McDaniels; Gabrielson, Pierce; Wallace, I. McDaniels; Hewitt, Piasecki; Bennett, DeLong; IToTCell, Young; Homan, B. Moores; Spears, Mc Nary; Thielsen, Hinges; Oilkey. National League. W. L. Now York 93 4fi Philadelphia , SO 53 Chicago 82 61 Pittsburg 75 00 Boston 01 77 Brooklyn 00 Cincinnati 03 St. Louis 43 American League. Philadelphia 01 Washington 82 Cleveland 82 Boston 72 Chicago 73 Dotroit 2 Now York 52 St. Louis 53 Pacific Coast League. Portland 92 Sacramento 86 Venice "1 San Francisco ...86 Los Angeles 81 Oakland 77 jSarsaparilla Acts directly and peculiarly on the blood; purines, enriches and revitalizes it, and in this way builds up the whole sys tem. Take it. Get it today. In usual liquid form or In chocolate coated tablets called Sarsatabs. CITY ELECTION DATE Dislike Idea of Losing Their Jobs, Anyway, and This Petition Gives Them Fine Excuse, A petition asking the city council to postpone the election on the commission form of government charter from No vember 3 to December 1, the dato of the regular city election, will be pre sented at the meeting tonight. It was stated this afternoon that many sign ers had been secured. , The committee named to frame tho charter last Tuesday has not been called together by Mayor Steeves, and so no progress has been made in the preparation of a charter. The resolution calling for the prep aration of a commission form of gov ernment charter amendment was intro duced by Councilman Brown at the meeting a week ago, and passed. Since then there has been much agitation 420 against tho holding of tho election at so .333 early a date. The council will change tho ilato to night, as a majority of the couneilmen have quietly opposed the plan, because they would lose their jobs in caso the commission form charter was adopted. The petition gives them a fine excuse to put the election off, and, if some of them had their way, it would be put off a year. Those favoring the commission form have not been making much of a cam paign for a vote in November on tho charter. There is apparently no great -n opposition to the plan for postpone 43g ' ment to December. However, they do jnot approve of Mayor Steeves' policy Miller Huggins, leader of the St. Louis in holding up consideration of the char- re, .671 .605 .572 .531 .440 .435 .050 .573 .573 .526 .507 .437 .374 .305 .565 .523 .520 .402 team, has, signed a contract to manage the club for another year. ter for a week. It is pointed out that whether the election Is to be held in November or December, there is no rea son why the mayor should have sulked over the fact that Siegmund had ap pointed the committee, and failed to call the committee in session. ,Tho committee has work to do and the sooner it begins the better. 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Also full length coats "Priced from $12.50 to $45.00 AGENTS Home Journal Patterns Modarte Corsets Alexander Kid Gloves Carter's Kid Gloves Alteration room under charge of expert fitter, and every suit ' guaranteed to satisfy.- School Supplies at Low Prices QUALITY POPULAR, MERCHANDISE U"RTr STRtCT BETWEEN STATE C- COURT PRICES No Sick Headache, Bilious Stomach, Coated Tongue or Constipated Bowels by Morning. Get a 10-cent box now. Turn the rascals out the headache, biliousness, indigestion, tho sick, sour stomach and foul gases turn them out tonight and keep them out with Cas carets. Millions of men and women take a Cascarot now and then and never know the misery caused by a lazy liver, clog ged bowels or an upset stomach. Dont put in another day o distress. Lot Cascarets cleanse your stomach; re move the sour, fermenting food; tako the excess, bilo from your liver and car- , . u u ,lry out all the constipated waste matter way yet, and there will be much new,'? 1 material come in with the starting of the law school, the first of October, it is quite possible that Dr. Sweetland will develop a strong eleven, although the indications just at present are not as favorable as they might be. The doctor has turned out strong teams in the past wh poorer material than is on handB at present to work with, and the majority of tho students are not at all discouraged with the prospects. National League. New York 0-7, Cincinnati 2-5. Chicago 8-3, Philadelphia 3-2. Boston 2-8, St. Louis 0-1. Pacific Coast League. Portland 4, Venice 2. Sacramento 11-2, Oakland 2-fl. San Francisco 5-5, Los Angeles, 1-1. and poison in the bowels. Then you will feel great. A Cascaret tonight Btraightens you GET FIFTEEN DAYS E Officers Have Some Trouble in Land ing Some of Those Accused of Of fenses in Court. E. Erixon, John Olson and Mike Har vey will be compelled to spend 15 days in the city bastile according to the. die turn of Police Judge Elgin thi morn ing. Besides being charged with drunk enness, the three men were charged with, resisting an officer. Officer Irvine proved himself some what of a slugger Saturday afternoon. out by morning. They work while you when he arrested Erixon and Olson, sleep. A 10-cent box from any drug who inBistod upon staggering about the store means a clear head, sweet stomach streots and pestorUg the unoffending and clean, healthy liver and bowel ac- public. Both' men started to put up tion for months. Children love Cscar- fjght with the officer, but the latter cts because they never gripe or sicken, drew his club, and for a time two dome I I nlooita vnAnii.aJ .Y. nm.t.l K n11..1 j'.u vo lubv.ivu num. irnitu ifD vailC'l roll call. The prisoners tried to get away when within a block of tho city hall, and, when Olson attomptod to strike the policeman, Irvine wetted him It takes a pessimist to worry over a job lot of possibilities that never de velop. I came in contact with the officer's -lu!) with such force as to nearly break the member. Officer Welsh Mixes. Tho next wild prisoner was brought in by Officer Welch in the person of Mike Harvey. The prisoner was drunk and was determined to pl'l: a quarrel with about every man he mot on the streets. Ho submitted to arrest, but when he was being searched at the jail, the prisoner drew back his fist, and was on tho point of letting tco hig bunch of bones fly, when an equally as large bundle of fist sticking on the end of an arm as big as a stovepipe caught Harvey squarely on the point of the jaw. The prisoner went down for the count and remained down until he received a dash of cold water in bis face. Harvey was then very gentle and willing to be' searched and escorted be hind the bars. Says Married Man Took Small Sum of Money, But Beturned It and She Is Lenient. who, the officers Bay, bears a question able character. She told the policemen' that a man had robbed her of her purse which contained between $1 and $5 in money and that two men had been fol lowing her that night about the city. She told the police that the men trav eled north on Commercial streot, after Bhe went into a house to telephone, and the officers took a taxicab and fol lowed the direction given. Tho men were located several blocks vnorth, and the woman recognized one of them as being the man who stole her purse. Then the man anil woman were taken to the station, but the latter said she did not want to.prosocute tho man, and that she would let the matter drop if Bhe could got her money back. The man gladly turned over $5 to the woman, and, after being adviaod to "boat it" ANSWEE THE CALL. Salem People Have Found That This Is Necessary. A cold, a strain, a sudden wrench, A little cause may hurt the kidneys. Spells of backache often follow, Or some irrogularity of the urine. A splendid remedy for such attacks, A medicine thp.t has satisfied thou sands Is Doan 's Kidney Pills, a special kid noy remedy. Many Salem people roly on it. Here is Salem proof: W. O. Johnston, gardener, 1021 Mill St., Salem, Oregon, says: "After sev eral remedies had failed to holp me, I used Doan's Kidney Pills and got re lief from kidney and bladder trouble. I still use Doan's Kidney Pills once in awhile when a cold settles in my back and kidneys and the kidney secretions become disordered. I always got quick reliof. You man continuo publishing the testimonial I have given before." For snlo by all dealers. Price 50 contsJ Foster-Milbnrn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agentB for the United States. Bomember the name Doan's and take no other. A hurryup call, which at first bid fair to result in something exciting, was re ceived by Officer Woolery last Satur day night abont 12 o'clock, but it turned out to be what some people would term "anothes white slave case in Salem." ' Together Officers White and Wool ery made haste to the Bcene from where the call was roceived, Marion square. Arriving there they put in off the streets, the couple loft. The some time searching about the quiet officers say that tho man has a family premises for something in the way of , in the city, and, for this reason, the unlawfulnoss, and finally they wore j woman declared sho did not desire to approached by a woman of this city, prosecute the case. Even the man who is good only on Sundays may manage to keep his bat ting average down. The woman who thinks her husband tells her everything he knows is enti tled to another think. a blow over the head with his loaded club which nearly took the prisoner off his legs. Officer Ir.ine finally bided the two In the marshal's office, when Erixon made an effort to fight. Ho mado a pass at Irvine, but his wrist It is a curious fact how marriage makes detectives out of some women. Some men fail to meet their obliga tions because they are headed tho other way. Innmel Want ! Rrtnf RuailU. VESTEEt! UNION TELEGRAM THIO. N. VAIL, MUIDKNT cJUL 7, . THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY MR. 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