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THE BAXEM CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 23, 1914.
Sisters of '.Eve Cethelinda, ( i show aunt JEN, TOUR TRAINED pf , CUCKOO DUCK 9 1 f t (-- JERRY ROOSTER GIVES THE SISTERS A SURPRISE. By Lawfeir , KEEP YOUR ETES UP THERE, AUNTIE .' DUCKIE WILL WALK RIGHT IN AND QUACK, QUACK, QUACK, WHEN THE CLOCK STRIKE-S- TWELVE! REAL DUCK, DEAR? . , 7' f&k yf is IT A 0 i 7, DARLING. HERE IT COMES, HERE IT COMES !!! DUCKIE, , DUCKIE, 1 I '-EXTtla 1 11 ) i j IDAHO SHORTAGE TOTALS $100,000 Boise, Idaho, Oi't. 22. Tim amount oF tlm shortage in the office of the Kt.ato treasurer of Iclulio was stated by officials to be between II0,00( and i 1 00,000. Further notion in tho ease waitH tlio arrival toni(jht of Governor .lull ii M. Haines, who has abandoned ti i campaign tour to handle tho Bitiia (ion. Effort to locate Prod M. Cole man, former deputy stnta treasurer, who was recently located in Portland, nave neon unsuccessful, (. V. Allen (date treasurer who plural bin reslgna lion in tlio hands of (lovornor Haines upon tlio arrival of accountants from (ho surety company on Iiib bonds, la at liia homo In thin oity. POLITICAL CARDS EARL RACE Candidate for City Recorder Platform Efficiency .Tustlco In recorder ' court Kconotnjr In offico exnonsot (Paid Adv.) L. M. HUM CtirG of YICK SO TONG Chinese Medicine and Tea Company Has medicine which will cure any known disease. 153 South High Street, Salem, Ore. Hone 283. NORWICH UNION FIRE INSURANCE SOCIETY BUBQHARDT ft MEREDITH lUwtdmit Af ant SUA gtttt Straw Snaps A low real Ixi rHiii iim listed with us lor thin week only: Fine live acre 'tract, all iimier cult I -viiliiiu, ;i room house, small barn, good well, two horses, hnrneaa, wagon, nil itn I'loiiients. For a IVw Ihvm only for 7i)(l cash, Hoiiso Bargain. flood 7 room lionae, modern improve moots, two large hits, 'r,nt tteos, barn, windmill. Price U HH; tonus. Well woitli if 1 000. 21 acres of good land; no building. I'r.ce iMSOO, Trade for city property. Bungalow. Strictly inodorn mid up to ditto bun Hiilow. (lood local inn. Price fJ'iini. 'IViins. You ought to ace It. Lota, Choice vacant lot h in nil pints of the city, tint) and up. homo rare bargains. Farina. ('In ice nil iiitp farm, S0 per acre. IM.'i acre faun tS'ft per acre. I'M nere farm, well impiove.l, on Unwell Pin'nle, $100 per acre; tonus. IllMltlUK'. Place your insurance Willi u. Hoimaa for Rant, Money to Loan, Exchange. We have a lingo liit of property to oncliange. I 'nine In mid see us, We can rschiiiigu yours for what you want, Bechtel & Bynon 347 Btatt St rant SPORT NEWS .MM WO BOUTS STAGED I IN SAN FRANCISCO - IHM Clabby and Chip Nov. 6 Langford and Wills, Both Coons, Nov. 13 By Hal Sheridan. New York, Oct. 2J, Hun Francisco will atage two bouta of nutiouul im ortaiic early in November. Promoter l nt froth, who haa slaved more clmiil pionxhip all'iiira tnan any other mun in the world, wilt handle them. The first will lie a 20 round bout between Jimmy Clubby of Hammond, lad., and doorc Chip, of New Castle, Pa,, middle weight. The winner will have more r i k I t to advertise himixill' ua the world 'a chaniiion than any other inuii, exceot iiiM poaaibly Jeff Hmtth, of New Jer Hoy, who in at present in Aualraliu. Clabby probably la the cleverest mid dleweight in the world, while Chip la tlio luinb'st liilter aiiionn the midillea. All the latter iiooiIh to win la to con nect with one punch to vulnerable spot. If Chip cun comer Clnbhy ond plant either hia right or loft to the jaw, it will be good niKht for .linimy. ( luliTiy known thia, and na ha ulso knows ull the trickn of the gnuie, he may be able to pick Chip to pieces ami walk liwiiv with the decision. On November III ham Longford, con ipierir of (luiibont Smith, and Marry Wills, a New Orleans henvyweiuht, wiil elush in a 2(l rouiid eiigUKomout at Daly l ily, ,111 minutes ride I rum Hail Fran cisco. Coast sports believe Willa is the best heavyweight in tlio world, but he will be put to a severe test whim be I'ucoH the Boston bone crusher in a marathon contest. I.nngford and Willa fought a ID-round draw in Now Orleans several years ago, when Willa was just shilling in the game, The winner of the coming bout will atnud next In line to .lack Johnson, heavyweight world 'a champion. At Portland Tonight. Portland, Or., Oct. 2d. The first In ter cliili boxing ami wrestling meet of the season will ha staged hem tonight between the heat tic Athletic club and the Mull iiiimki Ii Athletic club. Hundley of hcnttle will meet A. HcliuttpclK of Miiltnoinnh in the lil.'i- pound wrestling event, and P. K. Willie of heattlo will compete with llainliu of Miilt'iomah in the 12,'i pound class, The boxing events are: 11,1 pounds, Mnscutt, Multiiomiih, va. Richardson, heattlo; Klft pounds, Kiiowltou, Mult nullum, vs. Mnddcu, henltle. : Baseball : w. Pet. sm .!i.rdl .Ml .(1:1:1- .427 .37(1 Portland Los Angeles 114 San Francisco 112 Venice 110 Missions KS 1ISI Oaklnuil 77 i:il Yosterday'a Results, At Oakland Portland 8, Han Fran cisco !1. At hnn Francisco Missions 7, Onk hind 0. At l.os Angeles Venice 7, Los An Keifs 0. FEDERAL LEAGUE MANAGERS MEET New York, Oct. 2:1. Federal league magnatea gathered early todny at the Hotel J in It i in ore here for a business' meeting. Forty owners and managers were expected to attend the session. All declared previous to going into ex ecutive session that the outlaw organ- TWO CONVICTS MAKE (ouq b8p,i uiojr poiuujuoj) ' Farmers Express Opinions, One Thinks It Best to Re peal AH Labor Laws That the best paid and satisfied farm labor in the cheapest; that the only re liable farm help are the boys that are raised upon the farm; that labor legis lation only servos to degenerate other wise good laborers and makes discon tented loafers of thoin, and that it is more difficult to secure help this year than last are aoiiie of tho "boilod down" replies that have been received by Labor Commissioner Hoff to letters sent out to farmers for their views concerning' farm labor troubles for his biennial report now in course of oom pilntion One farmer favors the repeal of all labor laws. Treat Farm Help Like Humans. - "I pay 2.fi0 per day in wages", says one prosperous farmer, "$0 per day for man and team, and f 10 per month ,'witli board. The work is 10 hours Wt day. Thirteen years ago I paid $:itil) for 40 acres of land and have expended 2!),000 upon it. I find that Iration had orgnnized baseball "licked j laboror'are the cheapest for me. Treat- nun on iu nm. ' "We nre not hero oeiiif pence," said President .Tamos A. Oilmore, "but are here to settle our own affairs." Later when it was found that the representatives on tho Indianapolis crW) had not nrrived, the meeting was postponed until this afternoon. A member of the Word fnmilv, own ers of the Brooklyn Tiptops, admitted thnt he nnd his brothers were consider ing purchasing tho New York Yankees of tho American longnn but Insisted the negotiations had developed nothing. It Is expected that the magnates would consider this afternoon disposi tion of tho franchise hold by the Kan sas City Packers. (Illmore said thnt Cleveland, Toronto and one other oity were seeking Kansas City's franchise. CHIP TO BOX M'MAIION. hnn Francisco, Oct. 2.'l. Jimmy Dime, mnanger of (leorge Chip ami Tom Mo- .Milium, aiiiiouiiced here today that Ale Million had been signed for a battle with Hum l.nngt'nrd III Lns Angeles about the middle of November, regard loss of the outcome of I.nngford 's bout with Hurry Willa to be staged here by Promoter domes W. Coffroth Novem ber l;i. The McMiihon-Liingfiird nintcn will be staged by Promoter Tlionins Mc Carey. Plme nlsn nnnounccd that "Unbe" Picnto, another member of his stable of fighters, is to fight 'Harlem VA llie" Kelly In Hnn Diego November II, under the auspices of 11 cluti now being formed by Frank Fields, former man ager of " Hod " Wntson. CANCER Positively and painlessly removed In' brief tlmo without the kuifo or manor I. "funded. Address, Dr. If. B. Homier, Hoi SM, Korth Yak Ion, Wn., Dept. J, H it't tar alt?, a Want Ad will ( if. Journal Chip Duo In 'FrlBeo. hnn Francisco, um, 211. - (Icorge Chip, the Now Castle, Pa., middleweight, who is 11 1 n t r Ii i'il to box 2o rounds Willi Jim my clabby heie November II, was due to arrive today, Ho will Imniedialely leave for hau K111110I to continue train iug lor tile bout. Clubby stalled light wink yesterday fur the bout. Ritchie the Favorite. Hau Fiaiicisco, Oct, 2d.- Willie Hit chic, lininer world's lightweight cham pion, ruled a 10 to 7 favorite today j out Johnny Dundee for their four-i roiin I bout liere tonight. Itilrlne ox pei te.l to enter the ting weighing about KIT puiiiiibi uihl I 1 1 11 1 1 I'.'l. Tonight's bout nill lie the first In which Kill hie Ins engaged since he Inst his title in I'le.lilie Weldi in Lull dun tibuiit fiiui months ago. If Hlli'hie wins tioiii Dundee ho will probably bo mulched by Pi oter Col- Irutli Inr II 2ii 1111111,1 boiil hero In Nil eiubei or December Willi Charlie White of Chicago. Hi oilier four-round bouts will lire code tho night's main event, including Harlem Kddie Kelly vs. Frankie Jones, lightweights, mid Kddie Miller vs. I'M die Tail, baiitaius. ONE FAITHFUL FRIEND haciiiiiiento, Oil,, Oct. fill, Through all his trials and setbacks In the base ball world there Is one friend Hint has remained loyal to Harry Wolverlon, manager of the Missions. The friend Is none oilier Ihsn old "John htork" who 111 ml e another of his calls at the Wolvetlou home Thurs day night and left two bouiu'liig Imbv girl". It love in asset or a liability t DEFEATED IN VIENNA. ing men aa human beings, giving them a good place to sleep, and the consider ation that is due any man will secure reliable: and trustworthy help. Any man who works for dally wage, does good work and saves his earnings cun genoraly be employed and, so far as my experience goes, has the better of tun employer.' No Excuse for Unemployed. "The only reliable farm help are boys rearoit 111 tne neighborhood," declares another self-made farmer. "The tran sient laborer is siHilled by legislation. He becomes n floater. The floater de generates. Thirty- years ago I was a common laborer upon a farm. Am now assessed at $'.'0,000. I have reared a family of eight, I worked for lower wages than are now paid. The foreign laborer,' the Jnp or Chinaman, can rent land and bnconie prosperous, (ho unem ployed can do the same thing. I favor repealing the present labor laws. The present labor laws spoil the farmer." SOME HARD FIGHTING. Paris, Oct. 2:t.-Tho Oerniniisero trying desperately today to brtuik through the allies' lino lii the vicinity of Arras ns well as in (he extreme nuth, The outcome of the fighting in the Arms region was ns yet uncertain, "GETS-IT." 2 Drops Coin Vanishes! accomplished the entire font from the iime iney were tunica into their colls in the evening until throe o'clock in the morning, for the cells aro swept out every morning nnd there has been no sign of excavation debris discovered in their cell, and they deceived the night chapel guard of the prison, who mukes regular rounds of the cells with an electric flashlight throughout the night, by filling gunnysucks with their castoff prison clothing and bricks ta ken from the wull, which they placed in their bunks for dummies. They hnd also evidently provided themselves with extra civilian clothing beforehand, for every stitch of their prison garb was found in their cell after the break. Description of Men. Wagner is an old-time offender, hav ing served a year in the Oregon pen ill HIOII for larceny in a dwelling, or burglary, having been committed from Oilliam county, and at that time made his escape while working with the brickyard crew by crawling through the water ditch which runs along the pri. SOIL He WHH Pfintni-ffl nrtnn 4l,nt ension, however, nnd brought back to servo 111s iime. san weinogel hns not boon long in this country nnd has an uncle, William Resimins, who resides near Kt. Helens. In ('iilnmliin ..,,,,( Both are Uormana and are ironworkers or machinists by profession, although Wagner, of Weger, gnve his occupation as n logger upon hia commitment. Wagner is described as 30 years of V l VURJtHM ILKNO III I CIGARETTES . I'll 1 A Quality 1 ill . men likev I jy-ftxfiOx Mm l.)l4lMyiVii ;'?'''-' fl Quality Clothes There must be good material, careful workmanship and fast colors, or the gar ment will be a sorry sight in a few days' wear. You can depend on it that Bishop Ready- Tailo red Clothes are selected because of the quality and de pendability of the fabrics and make. That's why we guarantee them. Prices, Suits and Overcoats $15.00 to $30.00 i SALEM WOOLEN MILLS STORE - ago, fivo feet Bid Inches tall, weight 117 pounds, fair complexion, dark brown hair, light brown eyes, and car riage erect. He has a scar in the left side of tho nose extending across tho point, Pit scur abovo right eyebrow, slight dimpla In chin. Weinegoi is 211 years old, weighs 145 pounds, with blue eyes, light brown hair; has a tattoo mark, woman in tights, on the right forearm, nnd an other tattoo, lattice with bracelet, on the back of the right wrist. He also has prominent ears and his nose turns Blightly to the left. Baffled the Hounds. Deputy nnd Truitt, Sheriffs I.iimsden, Kulpor frnra Hhorlff Word's staff. .if Portland, left Portland at fi::il) tlia morning by automobile and arrived here shortly before 8 o oloek, but the blood hound could not find any trnil after reaching tho public road and this me thod of tracking the escapes was aban doned nnd those officers left tho prison nbout 10 o'clock this morning over tlio Turner road to search the bartiB and haystacks along tho road. Guards will bo sent out from the prison In all direc tions to watch the roads and boat the brush for miles nrnnnd, and somo hope are eutortninod of the ultimate cuptura of the convicts. It is believed that, in tho light of the capture of tho two burglars, Peterson and Wndo, nt Hub llmity this morning, who nre now hold In the county Jail, that Wagaor aad Weinogel are members of the organ ised bund of burglars which has boon operating throughout tho Willnmetto valley the past few months, nnd it Is possible that other members of this gang worn Instrumental In assisting; them In their escape from tho outside, Road tho Want Ads, TIia Aiilw a.. T-. , . I t All s Meiinn, via Homo, Oct. 2.1. A decls-1 n ,, . ,.,.i.. ... Ivo ileleiit bv the Austrian forces of ., .1.1 .. .'..:. ....! i ; " ... ! I, . ,., i i H' '"in, Willi unniK uui Torino- the I nssians In Bukovlna province was ,H ,n,gea, wind- ?i , "'"r1!::":,":'?:'0;1'' -ti ring, ti,.t n.ke said ho sar's nous were driven with ' ll,,ln ,,ut "f J'",,r ,""' 1 heavy losses, leaving he Austrian In sol possession, Hl.l- .11. III.... M If," IM!IWI y"n' wn Mvp ft hrllHnnt fflnmy NMne tlm f tlorii hot tub t'lT or iluitt oil -Unit II mntciiU to th livn -tlmt l:twtt (our Black Silk Stove Polish I 1 U In ft clnnn hv tiilf. It'i mora H I Mtffitt limiiPHtVi IllitllO Bj H funii four A?f fzVVk 1 1 .AqMr 1 ThU U ! Crip of ib llseev. Crl Fmil.mll, of "UtU-ir. I CJult punishing your foot by using tne eating salves nnd ointments. To use knives, files, scissors nnd rn- i sors, slicing nnd hacking nt a corn, only make It grow faster nnd bigger. It I also brings dnnger of bleeding nnd blood poison. The new way, the new , principle never known before In eurn history, is "(IKTh IT." It's a liuuid 1 drops on a eora does Hie work, Pain : gives, the corn begins to shrivel and out 1 it ronies! You npply It In two seeonds, Nothing to stick, tfothliig to hurt, and I it never fails. Try "(IKTH IT" tonight on corns, rnlluac, warts or bunions. 1 "(IKTH IT" is sold by druggists everywhere, 2.1c a bottle, or sent direct The Plying Squadron of America A National Convention on Wheels A Movable University Six Great Civic Mass Meetings for Men and Women ORATORY! MUSIC! SONG! ADMISSION FREE 20 Great Statesmen - Orators - Lecturers - Authors - Musisians - Singers 200 cities A Nation-Wide Campaign 48 STATES SALEM, OREGON Saturday, Sunday, Monday, October 24, 25, 26 THE ARMORY Afternoon 2:30 Evening 7:30 by K. Lawrence k Co,, Chicago,