Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (July 26, 1921)
Tim OREGON STATESMAN. SALEM. OREGON
TUESDAY MORNING. JULY 26, 1021
Bantamweight Title is Sue
cesfuily Defended Against
NO KNdCKOUT SCORED
Majority of Rounds Captured
By Little New Orleans
' Belt Holder
NEW ' YORK, July 2.'. Pete
I lor man of New Orleans regained
the v;orld's LaTitamweignt cham
p'onship at Cbtcls field tonight
liy recaivinx tae juugs's decision
over Joe Lynch of New York af-
f alia wed aim pt" immediately and
f also received w outburst ef af
pla'use Tatfjr Haley of New Yorfc
wa3 the re tree.
V- Iaht L lk r.C :il
f .1 : i . I
i,f" " us? anriounw-i
as 116 pounds and Herman 3
- In 'he first preliminary if eight
"nMiy'.s Willi- Sp'-nror., im
pounder, wai given the judge's dp-.-L..iwfi
incr i-ranl.lo itu.isfj, v.jlio
weighed lltt. -.Ii itii ar Nttw Yrk
Jack lHrdanev of Eridgepnlrt,
Conn., knocked nut H-rt t'oiinai
or a: Angola after one minute,
27 n CMjdi! uf fighting n the sav-
enth round of an iKh-roujv-l
Round 1 -Herman landed
right to the jaw and they sparred,
t.yneh landed left to law, txdh
men lighting catiou.-ly. IU rma t
working r'ght in counter ;
lunch's jab. Herman up-et
Lvneli with a left to eh n. follow
ed with lights and left to Lot) v.
Herman roeked Lynch vith right
to- the heul and th"y were in a
mix-ur at the ij -ll. Herman'3
Iftrman Nearly Down
It'mnd 2 Lynch was shdtt
with left to head. Then .almost
sent Herman down with right jt'
law. Herman came back r juicjk-
Ir and sent several blows to h';ai
and body. Herman sent
ter a 15-round toot.
. Lynch uttered the rSn5at 10:12 j right to head and followed it with
And vai given cn nvafon. Herman several hlowg to body. white
1UU M.lKCy Swriax w
i says the Good Judge
That you are getting full
value for your money
when you us this class of
The good, rich, real to
bacco taste lasts so long,
you don't need a fresh
chew nearly as often nor - I
do you need so big a chew j
as you did with the ordi
nary kind. j
Any man who has used the j
Real Tobacco Chew will
tell you that.
Put up in two styles
W-B CUT is a Jong fine-out tobacco
,:''.. RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco
Lynch jheld. behind the head. Tte-
j found wa. even.
j Rouhd 2 Ttry exchanged
jrUtHiund U fu to body, lir-
mun Caught Lynch with r.gt:t
hook to tu a l. Herman ?ent tni"?
hard .iue.i t- body and Lynch fol
lowed; with left to stomach. They
wri j-parr-g at '.if t.eli. tub
Ucu.'j.i i - Lnch. mi-ff'-J a lett
i-sil a;;!tt fiftWn,; it wiiu right 'to
lii-ad. Tli' ;. exchanged U-Hn ari.i
r!L . Herniui sent a ?tiff left
to Lvnr ;!t-iiia h Lnca
hek.id ri"'" ! a . Hfrni.n
hooked right to jaw, followed
with fa:t ! -.t." to bdT. Hermann
Kxehnye is Savage
Hound Jlerjrta'n ImoVed l't
to jaw Thev exrhang 'd le't.- to
itrdv. Li rv h be.1 and Herman
countered v. ith rights, They ex
changed rights and l?ft?. Herma.i
Fhook I.viirh with It ft to jaw.
Itour.d ti -Lynch jabbed right
to head, and took two hort arm
iab In return". Herman jabbed
Lynch repeatedly. They exchang
ed vicious rights and lefts to the
fic- a"d bodv. Lvnch jabbed Her
man at the bell. Herman s
Itound 7 T'.iey fought fast.
Lynch caught Herman with sev
eral vicious right swings. Her
man jabbed Lynch on Jaw with
right. They exchanged lefts and
rights to the jaw. Lynch pec
hard left to jaw. Herman sent
left and right to jaw. They ex
changed lef3 and rights to the
body at the bell. Herman's
Lynch Forced to Corner.
Round 8. Lynch sent rights
and lefts t the body. Herman
countered with left and right to
jaw. Herman jabbed two hard
rights to Lynch's jaw. They ex
changed rights and lefts to j&w,
Herman forced Lynch into a cor
ner with heavy body blows. Her
Hound 9. Herman hooked
Lynch with left to head. Herman
pent hard lefts and rights to
Lynch's body. Lynch reached
Herman's jaw with three light
left jabs. Lynch missed two left
swings. Herman sent two lefts
to jaw, following with hard rights
to bady. Herman's round.
Round 10. .Herman sent left
to chtn. Lynch hooked left to the
body.r Herman sent a hard right
to jaw and received in return a
blow to head. Herman sent left
and right to jaw. Herman's round.
Lynch (rtrts Hound.
Round 11' Lynch sent rights
and lefts to Herman's body and in
a clinch hecelved several in re
turn. Lynch sent right to body
and jabbed several times. Iler-
i Tm bark with right to jaw
Round 12. - They exchanged
left. Lynch sent right to jaw.
Herman returned with rieh; and
:eft i Ud. Herman hooked aj
vicious left uppercut. followed j
with right to jaw and two short
handed riht uppereuts. They 1
lojght viioa-iy. evihangin lefts
md rights to body. Herman's
Hound 13 They danced around
during the fiiHt minute of fitht
intr. doing little hitting. Lynch
jabbed Herman to jaw. Lyr.ch,
tring for a Lncckou-. missed re
peatedly. Heim.tii pent rish: to
jaw. L neb's rally
. .. . : i . .1 : .
: iti i Jiitf uiu not seem io Wjrr
Herman. Lynch was cut over the
b :t ye Herman's round. j
Lynch Rocked. !
Hound 14 Herman jabbed and j
i.yncli hooked right to jaw. They j
exchanged lefts and rights tj ,aw.
Lynch jablte 1 left f jaw "and
Herman sent stiff right to jaw. '
rocKin; iynca. nermaa -?ent two
rights to jaw. Herman's round.
Round 1" Herman jabbed his
righi to jaw. Lynch missed re
peatediy. Herman sfrt right and
left to body. They fouh: furi
ously. Herman seemel to have
the oetter of the interchange of
blows. Herman jabbed Lynch to
head and hooked two bard rights
to jaw. Herman's round.
; Several Rei sons Confirmed
! At Modninsf Service
j ' iTiiiity Church
vas of li'tlo 1 special tc Th .fl
T!.. fesiiv ftiios held
chu.rch ' vest--rdav
mmW M irf fc. .
' tomm-'9-" '..rr--mmm'
Is a Sale That Means Something
The word "Sale" used '.in connection wit h this store's advertising means that you
can buy certain lines of standard merchandise from our regular stock at reduced
prices; " Just now every thrifty shopper will be interested in ah event of unusual im
portance; It's an annual event inaugurated to clear ; the stacks of Summer mer
chandise and offers extraordinary savings. Wearing apparel and other necessities.
frC ': IT ,
t V V
Now is Bathing Suit time and this timely offering has been
looked forward to. The newest style bathing suits in the
all wool varieties are now being offered at the extremely
low price quoted. Oh, the colors top are very fascinating
and the color combination and trimmings will surely meet
with your approval. "
Other Lots of Fine Quality Bathing Suits
I Practically tJ Every
thing in Men's Fur
nishings Cat rj Aston
Impossible to detail
the values "virtually
all the. items listed" in ,
i ' our;-? big ' advertise-;
u ments can be had , in
i ample quantities 'to
j begin with, fin some
cases new lots have'
been added for today.
TVIenand women buy
ing for men will find
especially i big values
at this store.
r A new express ship
ment of these all Wool
Jersey , Sport Coats
regular value at $9 has
been an - exceedingly
low price for these fine
quality. Sport Coats.
The above low price of
,$4.98 is an exceptional -selling
price that can
. be had at , this store
. The colors . are Navy,
.Brown, Green, Tan ,
and Scarlet. , : ' -.
Heavy quality mercerized
BATHING SUITS for Men,
Women and Children ; val
ues to $2.00 on sale at 98c
Heavy Quality Cotton
BATHING SUITS, in all
sizes for little and grown
boys! and girls. Sale price
A Special Selling of
Jefsey Spbr t Coats
Shop Where The Crowds Bay
POLK ROAD CASE
IS UP WEDNESDAY
Motion by St ate Highway
Attorneys to Be Argued ,
Hearing of a motion to make
more specific a complaint filed
by residents of Independence who
seek to halt work on unimproved
sections of the West Side Pacific
highway will be heard by Judge'
G. G. Bingham in the Marion
county circuit court here Wednes
day. The motion was prepared
by attorneys for the state high
Judge Belt was originally as
signed to hear the motion, but
he declined to serve because of
prejudice. Judge Skipworth of
IJugene then was drafted to sit
for Judge 13elt, but upon learning
that his brother-in-law was chief
counsel for the plaintiffs, he also
declined to hear the motion. The
supreme court then assigned
Judge Kelly to preside at the ar
guments. It was charged in the original
complaint that Polk county ex
ceeded its authority when it des
ignated certain sections of the
West Side Pacific highway as
market roads, and further com
plained that the court had no
right to incur an indebtedness of
more than S5000 for the comple
tion of the so-called Dallasalem
road. t .
Dormitory Bids to Be
Received by State Board
Bids for the construction of the
new dormitory on the site of the
state industrial school for girls,
will be received at a special meet
ing of the state board of control
to be held here July 27.
The structure will cost approx
imately $o0,000, including" furn
ishings, and will provide accom
modations for 30 girls. Plans
for the structure were approved
by the board at a meeting held
here two weeks ago.
As the result of a long discus
sion it has been established that
the cause of the friction between
Dickens and Thackeray was bor
rowed money. A complaint that
rgis caused trouble in this old
world both before and since the
time of these distinguished men.
St.it- ?niar. i
it I he Tritiitv
- vt uing att,ra:-i -d a fri -.v. dal
:.ttT.t'uri anti drew ;orth :n?ny
conipliinutar;- r -narks.
Over jfiUtfc p --ople. riany of whom
wer-- visitor., witnessed the morr
ing continuation service?. Tiitt
church ;was, beautifully decorated
with ivy nnd Shat.. daisies, liugt
baskets; tiekl with yellow rildtons
anu filled v.ith th .ais'f ar?d ivy
were piliced around ihr? frnt ot
The comirmants wero , Harry
Larsn.i Miss jitora Henricksen.
M:s3 Esther Larsen. Miss l)or.i
Henricksen Mis Ineeborg Gop!e
rude. Miss- Christine y Bradstad,
Miss Anna Johnw-n. Miss Mahlo
Hansen.. Jerdis Kloster. Miss H i
en Henjuni. Carl Itpnjum. 'Gard
Sr.etness Kenneth Saetness and
An even larger crowd than was
present in the morning came Sun
day evening to hear the organ re
cital riven by Pro!. Charles Swen
son of lWtland. assisted . on - thtf
violin by Julia Helena Swenaeu.
ill- of Portland. Th- tones ot
thi- organ wete ad elightful sur
t r v i'i iUif- ho had not been
i.roit dttv.v sh- mt. ruing
Th or: an was
Peopl'S society from
The following progratt was giv
Invocation llev .1. C. Uose
land. 1... .Joful in the Lord Kay K
Ot-ah wdo-'-Faata-: -llevis
i'rofrssor riusrl.'S Swenson.
Vocal solo - God ShalJ Wire
Avar' th Tars t Caro
Mii Mari rorhouse-- - ;5 ,
Tlol-'n solfv-lleverie (Tolharst)
Jntia iielejie Swenwon. ' i
Vocal soloVoice of Wilder
ness i Jolin- PfinJle. Scott ) Mrs, M.
?er t Gilbert liiinoerson.
rM;t-ntiyl Song - H"" Ijave is Btning r
TriniJy YouiKfr? i Krod i. H Mton) iruuij
the Sunny- rhoir.
! VUd:n .solo solterjenten ? n
1 datf io!i I-ullV Jut.a llelene
Vocal rc,li-Th" Angels San?
Oft. i Herbert Johnsiwi Mrs. M
if.ilrt Gitiiderson, . violin obliga
M l Mr. Sw-nion.
lrgan solo-rt-antliene Nuptiale
: i.fru'l'.ohO Prof. rhiir!i-a Swenson.
i Hons .Christ in the Temple
Court (Shawkeri Trinity choir.
Altoona. Pa.. July
Boston Nat ionala ;
' u ' - v
Ciof inaatL O . July 25 R. n.
New York Americana . S & j
Cinrlnati waiHraaw . . . n ;
Ratieriea Harper. Ci.
Fetguaim and Hoffman, De
er J Cottratx, lwnanue ana
DooicUw."."---''-''' .-"'- ' i '. H
pitlsbnrKh, July 25 R. II. r. :
New York .i , - F i
Pittsburgh ....:..'. t it a;
patterlef Sallee, Douglu t ,
Snvder; Adams; and SchmUt.
No other paniwi played 1: j
In ithi major leagBwa. , t
: ... .US-mi
A special collection of new
Wool Plaid Skirts offers an ex
ceptional opportunity to choose
this very necessary part of the
$5.75 $6.75 $7.75
Our Prices Always the Lowest
i. J i
I ' , t 'n ' I
I.." , J ...... v
Commercial and Court Streets
u 13 )
, - j. j .; ! ' 4 '
- . ; , . t . i t i
m mm I
OTHER BIG PRIZES,
Totaling $510.00 Cash
- I I
GLASS W SALT
If Vonr linck Hurt or Rladder
Bothei-H You, Drink Lots
When your kidneys hurt
your back feels sore, don't get
wared and proceed to load your
stomach with a lot of drugs that
excite the kidneys and irritate the
entire urinary tract. Keep your
kidneys clean like you keep your
bowels clean by flushing them
with a mild, harmless fsalts which
removes the body's urinous wast?
and' stimulates them to their nor
mal activity. Th function of the
kidneys is to filter the blood., In
24 hours they strain from it 30(1
grains of acid and waste, so we
can readily understand the vital
importance of keeping the kid-neys-
Iirink lots of water you can't
drink too much; also get from
any pharmacist about four ounces
of Jad Salts: take a tablespDon
ful in a glass of water before
breakfast each morning for a few
days and your kidneys will act
fine. This famous salts is made
from the acid of grapes and lernori
juice, combined with lithia, and
has been tired for generations to
clean and stimulate clogged kid
neys; also to neutralize the acids
in urine so it no longer is a source
of irritation, thus tnding bladder
Jad Salts is inexpensive can
not injure; makes a delightful
effervescent lithia-water drink
which everyone should take now
and then to keep their kidneys
c!ean and active. Try this, also
keep tip the water drinking, and
IIO rirkllHt VAII Will Tr . .J n. V. r. .
Nt real chip
Low in tears
L0E0WNLTNL A I
L I NTN IWOLTAR
L OA INNTEAI T E
Had low rice
HAD 0 10ERR0W
HDLWRC 10DA L
HADWOLA IRC A
KKNG I ISGEfiS
OAID it neat Movit Pnxlaew, Cet&r B.
Vj DeMiller, to kit btd rival. Mori Pro
ducKT Dmrid Warkf ield Griffin. "1 hmrm
ancaged four of tha sruteat Kevin (
J-ictnre Stan in America fjr mj next ig
Iinf Pictura Play." Of eoure tiii mtda
Griffin an fry baeanaa ha likra to ba tUa
tcgt of all the great Mori Prodaeara and
tae tried fcia beat to peranade DeMiller to tell
kim the name of the freat Moti Pure. Jb
U tanUliie him, fir B. DtMiller eti
laid 'farkfiald O.iifin feor ccret eoilea
LrentinK Ota iuih of tlae four Uoria
bimra - had easaced uid tald htm that if ho
ard brain enaoRh to iiaeaTer the amaes froia
these aecret ode he deterred to know them.
It waa "too nov f a puxxle for Griffin, m it
la said he called in 3ot)and Yard and ottered
them a thooaead doUara if they t7oid dia-
cover the vamea for h'm from tha fear aecret
odea Uat DeMiller had fiven himT t,
aa aa eaay job for the pea Scotland Yard
detective erce. and in teas than an boar
hey had the fonr namee. They rare the
aamea to Griffin and also rave him their aya
tem cr working eat thair ehtaa.
TCEKB IS THE WAT THET CHJ IT.
ay." aaid Chief -of -til eoUTaa
I have worked eat fonr mmntm
7ov see beneath each one of tko feur
"Add op theae four nmi and year totals
rive 7 on tae four eluoa to tha fear to.
eoda hat tea lattm U it. Xach leur rtpre
enU a number. The firrt letter of the eoda
"P"" ,J. tkm aeeend letter repreeenta a.
the third letter repreeenta a. and a om. The
naatiSTofO "PMMU "
l1 awn, M Ton aoa, instead of HmWi
J",d P f l bot U cantaina inJSo
iaUera tha4 are contained in th edeTaWe
4, 7S,W the' letters af ancb rax fata
tidr ejUTl, nmbera. acmrdtafl the
INS IDI M Vtapfi aatt - aV - ... -
toat the ft l.'f th.Tnn? U X
This Great Contest Is Absolutely FREE of
Expenseo Send In Your Answers To-dav
TH i. a-MAft .i I. V .1 . . ... . ... OF
Tbe Statesman PtfWishtnr Co, galem, Ore-
Kn, one of the tarfett and best known pub
hing hoaaea in Orrgon. This is year
guarantee that the pruea wffl be awarded
with absolute fairneea and aqurenees te yen
aad every other contestant. Frankly, it is
Intended to introduce The Pacific Homaafad.
Oregva's Greatest Par Karaaine, and The
Northwest Pooitry Journal, the leading pen,
try magasine ( the Paeif ia Northwest. Ton
resents onnDer X. H. (no sinael latsa" m
t. fires Une of the first sn-TlTthTtebXh
iMter U the code abova; U, thrfero kM
resents number 8.
"AfttT yon btra abairad ervorr lottew'eJ
the enm int. a .ember, add p th. SSTtJSL
eaactly aa yen would any ether aeintaf tE
ores, and the total Uat foai jto? yea
ywrdatg U th. b.b f W vif Sura
Beginning at the left-bead eideVf tbe)
J ?' Tr atua ehanco eaoh figaro ed tbo
tebeci to tt. letter oe rep rented U UM
ooerot eodo above the samj for tnstaaoaTl
ot the first asm is 1. iTno Utter O la th
seventh Utter in tS- .TZT .X
. Uereore the first teeter TiaiaiaVietY?
your unaj tnm n . - v
bar of yenr total in tfce alma TaV LTS2l
wM bavo tbo name of ''--'-TiJTT
seated by that oans." iT-T?
Thin (m tat iau. il. ' - ''lm .
id yen tha
Wrt tbo beat
" r"7T.T"".y Wd yen tha mt
Z ",T" ute Tot the beat - "
way enter and win the beet of prises whether
too are e anbecriber to either of these pnb
cstioas or not and moreover, yon win
either be asked nor expected to take these
mcaiuies or spend a single penny of rear
e-oT to compete. year
t l lb idT" Paeifie Homestead
Is the oldest sad best farm auunt
lhed in the Pacific NorthC mirf wI
fc- h" 'ry large namberfreadSra
The Aorthwest Poultry Journal la t
wrfeiy read and baa tbe Urgaat eireniatiolf
"''"" Ua cUss published tbe
SSST " Cwa.?-Ir.
acknewledg. yr entry tohTortaa? aid
r?ankMW, J,Mr diaf for Ue pnl
ah all send yon wab oat coat a TLSTJ
ary Uteat Lues. &nlVJUSV 1 2
t .i. t . .- '
trodoetion Ua r mfc "' to
aad rt tW tT eomVtbreSK1!!
two reader, tm ThT lAiS:
two reader, t. Tbo Naweer,
"yU,' binntn JwTik, Tto
how to ian t6tj oLurroHi.
..E"91 asa aide of tbo paper 'that eon
tain, aame. ?f tbe Movie Stars, ndot yW
f addres. (.uting Mr, 14 or V!
ta the opper right-band eoraar. It yon wb
to write anything bat TTiPanaae! m m ...
t of ap.r. ' a.
iareo independent iudgea. baeine- a
ri'V Sk taward
. pruea, and tbo anawera' uuiu u
rw poLs",-th '' "'-i Via
faiTaTi.;",!,:"""1- nd. poi-ta fw
The Great Movie Mystery, Statesman Publishing Co, Salem Or.
cwaieet WU1 elose at S m - - "
0. hnndiiily j&IIS
1Mb, is.OO Caab
tOtn, 5.00 Caab
1st, j 6.00 Caab
Sand,: S6.0O Cask
SSrd, a 5.00 Caab
84th, ; 6.00 Caab
sets, as.oo cash
fjtb, tS.00 Caab
aau, aao Caab
became of your kidney trouble
and backache. Adr,