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ii IP m. i. 'I' BRITISH SUBMARINE SUNK. Merlin, liy wireless via Sayvllle, Oct. 20. The sinking Sunday by German warships in the North sen of British rttihuiurine K-.'l, n new emit, was offi cially announced here today. Tiie K-3 went into commission Inst November. It was 17(1 (Vet long, had a 22.5 foot beam, displaced 810 tons, eonld make a nummuin speed of fifteen knots, was equipped with four torpedo tubes and carried a crew of 10 men. POLITICAL CARDS EARL RACE Candidate for City Recordor Platform Efficiency TiiHtlca in recorder's court Economy In office, expense) (Paid Adv.) L. M. HUM Care of YICK SO TQNG Chinese Medicine and Tea Company Has medicine which will cure any known disease. 153 South High Street, Salem, Ore. Phone 283. NORWICH UNION FIRE INSURANCE SOCIETY BUBOHARDT k MEREDITH Resident Agsnta. 386 BtU treat Snaps A few real hm-galus listed with us for this week only: Ki no fl vp-acrc trnct, nil under culti-v-iilioii. II room house, small barn, good well, two horses, harness, wagon, all im ploments. For a lew davs only for V(K cash. House Bargain. Good 7-rooin house, modem Improve merits, two largo lots, fruit trees, barn, windmill, l'rice $2100; terms. Well worth $1000. lit lu res of good land; no buildings. Price $I8H0, Trade for city property. Bungalow. Strictly modern nml up to dale bun 1'iilo'V. Good location, l'rice $2r.ll0. I'eriiis. Vim ought In see It. Lota. Choice NBi'iiut lots in nil purls of the city, lllll and up. Hume rare bin-gains. Farms. 'In Ice fill ncre fiiim, $So per acre. IM.'i acre fiiriu, iK"t per acre. MM aerp farm, well improved, on Howell I'inlrle, $100 per acre; terms. Insurance. Place vnur Insurance with us. Hutisea for Rent. Money to Loan, Exchanges. ' We have a larue list of properly In iit-i'liiiutre. ('nine In and see us. Wc can . 'hnngo yours for what you want. Beclitel & Bynon I 347 State Strooti CANCER I'otlllvely mi I painlessly removed In luli'f time without the kudo or money jcfunlod, A Id i ess, Or, II, n. Homier, Ho ":i:l, North Y uk inn, Wn., Dept. J, Over every Journal Want 'Ad that old slogan, "Stop, Look, Listen," should be printed, for the Want Ad is Hort of an express train that Is RoinR at high speed to oach Its destination on scheduled time. &E,FQR T 5 Shi fteAKto -j, ne He Ooxaomt Smith Has Terrific Punch But Little SpeedLangford Just the Other Way (By Hal Sheridan.) New York, Oct. 20. (lunboat Smith has an idea that lie has made a bin mis take in devoting must of his time to developing a knockout punch instead of working for some cleverness. And he is trying now to make up for lost time. The gunner's recent perform ances ngainst Buttling l.evinsky and "Cyclone Johnny" Thompson were anything but dnzzlingly brilliant and his showing on each occasion was due to Ilia desire to box cleverly. It must be a pathetic sight to witness the gunner attempt to pull some of the cleverness exhibited by James ,1. Cor bett, the late Joe Clans and Able At toll. The gunner was never built for speed and the only thing he has or ever will hnvp to bring home the bacon Is the wallop. He wusn 't trying to light cleverly nhpa hp was mowing down the white hopes in order. Smith has a terrific round house swing, 11 ml when It Innds flush on the point of the jaw, his opponent is going down. It seems to be the consensus of opinion Hint the gunner is muklng 11 mistuke, but he refuses to listen to the ndviee of his friends. Must Rely on Punch. The gunner has a little engagement ahead of him soon with one ISamuel l.nugforil, hailing from Huston. If Smith is wise, he'll nut attempt to pull any of his so-called cleverness on the tur baby. If he does, he is apt to get the finest little surprise of his lite, l.angford Is not the fighter he was four or five years ngo. There Is no doubt tlmt he has hit the down grade. Smith lias n decision over l.angl'onl to his rreilit but he rnnnot afford tu take any chances with the Huston negro. Sam has some kick himself and if he plants one on a vulnerable spot, Mr. Smith probably will have to gn to work. At the present time l.angford Is round nnd fat, He's getting along in years mid lie hales the grind of trnln nig, He still has, however, n lot of speed and 11 lot of strength. A New iirli sport writer recently said that n Oiinliout Smith round arm swing, de livered so that tile glove would otir.c Into Sninuel just nliove the licit line, might have n whole lot to do with the decision. And it Is our opinion I hut the sport writer suld a iniiutlifiill. ROMEO IM TROUBLE. S.Mtil,., Wash., Oct. 20,- Women lla geu, Scuttle's ' ' hand'.onie baker" pit gillst. well known In coast arenas, is serving a l.'diiy sentence In the eityj Itul. upon conviction of forcing strang ers on the street to serve as his spar ling partner in impromptu bouts. NOTICE Notice Is hoivl'V uion Hint the Coin men I'oiincil nf the t'itv of Salem, Ore l gun, will nt or nbout 7:110 o'clock p, 111. en the '.Nth day of October, 1 11 1 1 , or at the same hour at anv subsequent re it ' nlar council mooting thereafter, at the Common I'oun.ll chiiiubcis lu the I ' 1 1 of Salem. Oieeon. iii-ockc.I to nH.i. m ' on en. h lot or part thereof or parcel of land liable therefor, Its proportionate share of I lie lolnl cosl nf Improving the nllev In block I, fioiu ( heineketit street to Center si led. All peisons Interested lu said assess ment lire hereby notified lo nppear lit aid lime before the said Common Coun cil nod lircseiil Itid,- id, t.t.,1 l,t,.a II n..t- tliey hau Iii snid assessment and ap ply to Diibl Common Council on or be lore the said 2sth day of Ocluber, 111 1, to eiiunllre their proportionate shnre nf the total cost of Improving said alley, Binl their said assessment, ('HAS. V. l-:l,(IIN, City lleoorder. KILLED BY TAuT Han Vranelseii, Oct, CO.-Danlel (lrlf fin. aged 70 years, was Instantly killed here todnv by full from trie back pnndi of his home, 1 distance of leu feet, tlrlfl'ln ' neck was broken. SPORT Mttmt THE SALEM CAPITAL AND. AFTEJ on, ovei? owTV Pooe Bcyj JAW Box uk hiJ Pacific Coast League Standings. W. I, I'ct I'ori'.iind Los Angeles ... Nun Francisco Venice .... 110 80 .... 112 HO .... Ill HII .... KID HI .580 .554 .544 .f:i7 4"2 .':)7(i Mission Kit 118 Oiiklunit 70 129 Where the Teams Piav Tnriou Portland nt Han I'll is.'o; Oaklnnd vs. Missions nt Oakland; Venice nt Los Angeles. There were no names yesterday. ELK BOWLERS PIED The Elks out-bowled the printers last night at the Klectrie nlliivs it, I a. ,. : , , two games by a narrow margin, tlioughi in,) urn nrm iiiit'll ml rim luriv.iuf .. score. The Elks won Hip first game by'. ni ,mn HiHi nit, seconii game ny ttireel inin, wicir town wns i;;(in, unit the printers unset H.'l'UI i.ln. .1. ,i. course of the pvening's enrertnlninent. nurt, or mo printers, wns high mnn with an nvcratre of I'll, lie nl.., r,.n.,.i the high game, 21(1, lonignt the llauser Bros, renm nnd the Watt Shipp team meet on the Club alleys to bowl the second iriinio nf ilm city series. The score: Elks. 1 2 .1 Total. Av. Knurl lflll 1SS 17S fi2r 175 I'ruuk 112 15M inn 42(1 14(1 Rnipl n;:i no i4.i 427 140 Hussey ....l.'lll 1IIH 14(1 474 15H 1'ratt 1,10 144 104 45S 15:1 Totals 720 802 7.H2 2:104 Total, 57:i 478 Itli.t 4.i:i 4:i:i Printers. 1 .1 21(1 177 IM till 112 A v. I Ht 1.10 1:11 1.11 144 Hurt VanSlvke .,105 ..1:12 ..12.1 ..125 ..Mil 102 urn 1:17 170 152 l.ott Howell ... Vnil Totnls ,.,7H 7MII S17 2:U0 PRICE OF EGGS GOES STILL HIGHER Portlnn.l, Ore., Oct. 20. Considerable strength Is today shown lu the local market for fresh rnnch eggs with sales reported In a limited way from Ililc to :i7'ie a doen. liceelpts of fresh slock are com paratively limited and few of even the leading handlers have nnv stuck of strictly No. I ggs to offer today. Shortage In fresh egg supplies' is not cnnflueil to this section, but Is shown all ulong the const, both puget Sound and California reporting a like condi tion. According to n Scuttle paper per haps not nnirp than 10 per cent nf the cge.s sold there are really fresh. The impiessiiin Is given by that pub lication that mnny Puget sound Interests nie mixing their eggs nnd nrn selling custom stock as the Imuie produced article, While this mine condition has been nllcged to some extent in this market, the practice is by 110 menus general, ns the home trade is kept bel ter Informed of the situation than la other markets. FATIMil 'TMX T11SKHM IIINtl ClOARtTTES Always Distinctive fan 'I!,.,!, sllisMS'S illitliii ii mijIiiiSIiiV NEWS sS Hums''"!" sihsibs .i,ipf m JOURNAL, SALEM. OREOOrT TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1914. ft. Or VILLA IS PATRIOTIC. Washington, Oct. 20. Pence Is an assured fnct in Mexico unless something unforseen oc- curs, nccording to reprersenta- Hons made to the United States government by General 1'rnn- i Cisco Villa. "I now stand ready," Villa wired the state department, "to support any provisional govern- nient set up by the nationul con- vention to be held nt Aguas Calientes. " The only stipulation made by Villa was that he would not nc- eept Cnrranza as provisional president but he added he was satisfied Cnrranza would not be chosen. Villa mado it plain tlint Carrnnza himself does not desire to be provisional presi- dent, wishing to be free to enter the Presidential race In thn mm. eeeiling election. j. Hard ork is worth little unless hard senso directs it. High-priced Innd is justified only by high-class farming. in Hie PRE OREGON P I vs Tcrtwcrd The trial of B. W. Prohibition li a prosecution agalust the theory or tho proposed slate-wide aiiiemluipiil and la not an attack against the sup porters of the measure whose mo tives aro, no doubt, nbovs reproach Tho first four charges ngnltiBt tho defendant having been conclusively proven we will now tnkn up His lust counts brought against li I in. Wo priiposo to Introduce evidence to show (hat S. W. Prohibit Inn Is t.l lompllng lo rob the freo rouiniuiillles ot ui'pkou ot tliclr Local Heir Govern ment and to Kill the Hop Industry 01 Oregon. Idr. Local Option v. us culled us thn Hint wlltivna. II11 lestlfled ns fol io .1: When t was voted lulo xlstenco It Wns With tho llndoraliiliilliiif lli.il I Blimilil be personally responsible for the moral wuHnii' of my miiniiiuiilty, It was tlto desire of my sponsors (but me lino or liquor should be regulated by my provision. To I ho best of my Itlilllty I liavu nttemptPil lo enforce the will ot (lie peoplo and I have met Willi Botne aueci'ss. I have nnntliwi iiiv whole energy to my own district and linvo not attempted lo Intei-reru with ,tho conduct of my nwlglibnr coniiiiuii- !ltV. Now rmiio M VV l... 1,11.1, .... ;nnd by promising Tar greater results than I have possibly been ulile to 11c coiupllsh lie Is attempting to oust tne from tho positions I now hold, slid lo siiosiiiiite iteiiei'nl otiforcemenl law with Rtnte Police Powers and not, as with tne, throimh Local Self Klovnrilttiellt. Mv Pnwnr i-ntla Iii lh. will of my ronimuiilty to support me ami 1 irsmtiy sdiult that I am power lens In a community where 1 am tin 'Welcome. Thn tlonnla nf hiiv n.... Biunlty hive the right to cotitrol the gPSsfaAPBOHIB FOREIGN BUSINESS JAMS AMERICAN MILLS Europe's Struggling Armies Look to the United States for Food and Clothing New York, Oct. 20. Foreign business coming to the United States in the shape of huge orders for army supplies will pay the emergency tax, which it is now necessary to levy to assure the V. S. Treasury an ample working balance, many times over. This strict neutrality of this country enforced by President Wilson ennbles the American manu facturers and laborers to reap the bene fits of this opportunity. as summarized by the Wew Yorli Journal of Commerce, this is the situ ation: Investigation in several leading trade lines shows that within tno past month there has been a most encouraging flow of new and extensive orders for such important nrticles from our American mills ns blankets, cotton goods, leather and steel, Tho war, according to recent indication, has brought to many of our largest eorporato manufacturing organizations not a few orders for their pruducts, which will keep them busy 111 operations, for some time at least anil Supreme gourl of public S - (STATE) W. (WIDE) PROHIBITION actloni of their own neighborhood but 1 cannot. Bee wherein they have the right to dlctnto tho actions of their neighbors.. That is a matter for the neighbor himself to itecldo. 1 have been on trial In a number of States nnd have been found as nearly practical ns tho circumstances would permit. H, W. Prohibition has been found Impracticable In an over whelming majority of Instances where ho lias been tried nnd where tho voters have ultimately returned to my letiipernto tirlncltiles by nbol- Isblng Statewide Prohibition and re turning to Homo ltulo under local option. Mr, Hop Grower wns then called lo prove the charge that S. W. Pro hibition was attempting to kill the Hop InditBtry of Oregon, "I represent 1400 Hop Growers In the stiito of Oregon who Imvo their wealth Invested In Jli.OOO scren of vnllcy lauds. I have crown uu with tho State of Oregon nnd by the qual ity of my products, and after keen ooiiipHllloii with other Stiiles I have secured mastery of world's markets. "I bring Into the Slate o( Oregon nearly $tl, 000,000 annually nnd dis tribute it. among the citizens ot the Slnlo. Now comes tho defendant seeking to crlpphi my markets: sock- lug lo turn my neighbors; against mo ny Hearing false witness. "Rejected by Fifteen Eastern States 8. W. Prohibition Invades this Slnlo of Oregon slid asks you to adopt bis discredited theory and In its auoptlou to break mo down t destruction, At present 1 enjoy trade witu tho great markets of the United states nnd Kurnpe. He hss told my friends that If they support him they will dn me no harm. "Others of his Ilk are now aslts- tlng In C'slltornla, Washington, Col-1 orado, Idsho, Arltona, Texss and Ohio and In other males, but thev are NOT howling 'reform' In the r irteen mates where they have been 'found out1 Drawn toy OllIT Sterrett in one or two instnncca established new records for amounts of materials re quired to fill single orders. The increasing activity of agents or buying contractors representing for eign countries, both neutral uml bellig erent, according to some trade leaders, has induced a feeling of tho greatest confidence for the immediate and near future of our industrial operations, 1 wmcn, 111 turn, cannot nctp but exert a oenerniui liiiiuence to win (1 bringing nbout general improvement of business in tho United Stutcs. Advices received from Middle West cities show that largo orders have been placed by some of the Kuropcan bellig erent nations for leather in largo quan tities and shoes. Tho confirmation of rumors concerning the competitive race 1 wnicn is on at tne plant 01 the Hotlilo I hem Steel Company among mauufactur I ers of automobile trucks to win the I record orders for such trucks about to bo pluced through that company for the rrencii una Kussian governments has been but one of the many indications of a real boom in export buying which practically every branch of our Ameri can automobile and auxiliary trades now believe has begun. Tho heavy foreign purchasing, it is stated, father more, will not end with tho close of hostilities in Europe, according to those now participating, but may easily be expected to continue in even far great er proportion after the war than is now "In the States where they are now crusading' business Is nt a stand still i tbore are no markets for my products; unrest Is rlfo. My .prod uct by reason of his agitation Is made a loss, In fact the same cheap ening effect Is noted In tho Hop Mar- kot as In evory thing, everywhere this man appears, He Is attempting to kill my business, without any com pensation to mo, with a 'theory' that has been a PHOVEN FA1L,UU12 whor- over tried." N. n, -This trial will proceed from day to day. . i V -. t IS . -.,!,)" -Si Al.v. iititl Wmmt I. W. SwIilMtiwi wra sews tiy tk wflrtit 1 4l-nslllinfti-t.,inlnsl-r Sfmnirt km and oiih-iI 11..10 hi. nrni ia rirtMB suim Irm wkKSktkutessillt4. fWi '&& .nr uf 1 1 .--t - t . 1 1 ., . xi trade which our domestic manufacturers of automobiles will realize after war concludes, the output of our plants will be quadrupled over the present capac ity. The textile industries have also coma in for a good share of the extra foreign business already necessitated by war operations abroad. Several large New York State underwear mills that hav been closed because of tho slowness of trade in this country, are now running full and over time, in some cases, on orders received from foreign govern ments for use of the armies at war in Europe. In addition to the orderB al ready reported on . wool underwear, it was learned on Saturday that good-siz,-eil contracts of this kind have been placed for mcn'B cotton fleece-lined un derwear. The amount is not divulged, but it is known to be large, and enough, to keep mills busy for somo time. Sweater coat manufacturers hnva also put in bids for orders of 500,000 garments each from the English and French governments. Orders aro ex pected on this business during this, week. Coats costing from $10.50 to $18 a dozen aro wanted, Khaki color is preferred, but gray will be taken, it is suid. Orders of such sir.o, of course, can not be handled by one or two mills in the delivery time that is wanted, so tho business is expected to bo distributed, ' ,., UP Opinion EXTRACTS A Juror yeutorduy asked Judge Wisdom If it was not to be Intoned that a community regulntod by Local Option wns not satur than a state controlled geuorally, The Judge said, "It Is my opinion founded on Inter national law that, a people can locally regulate their affairs more energet ically than they can have their affairs administered tor them on a genernt plan. A Juror asked Mr. Hopgrownr, "What aro you going to do If State Wide Prohibition wlnB?" Ho an swered, "Don't ask mo what I ant going to do, What are YOU going to doTTTTTTT" "What will the hop growers re ceive In compensation from the pro hibition advocates If the Htato Is voted Dry? wns a question In court yesterday. Judge Wisdom said they would recolvo no financial relief but would bo plentifully supplied with AUVICK. ('II VIHiKS. Ititempernnco. Oblalnliig Hecogtiltlon Under False Pretenses. Hrlnglng Into the Slate of Ore gon Paid Agitators for the Pur pose of Inoculating her citizens with the Oerms of llystnrln. Offering for acceptance In Ore gon broken theories rejected by 15 Eastern Slates where defend ant wns ordered "out" Bftor years of bitter experience. Attempting to Rob Independent Communities of their Hlghts ot Self Government, Attempting to Kill the !lop In dustry ot Oregon. 5c. (raid Ad.)