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THE OREGON STATESMAN. SALEM, OREGON .
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. SILVERTON. Ore., May 27.
(Special, to Tbe Statesman.)
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. DRIVE IN
Heavies are Reported By
Critics to Be in Condition
; for Saturday
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MICHIGAN CITY. Ind..s May 27.
(By the Associated-, Press.)
Georges Carpentier resuming work
today, after a two days' layoff,
convinced the boxing experts that
he is ready to meet Tom Gibbons
In . their 10-rbund international
boxing contest here next Saturday
afternoon. The French light
heavyweight, knowing ; that Ms
every move was being checked up
by the critics, worked! with the
speed of a lightweight. j He whip
ped his punches over j with the
precision of a sharpshooter and
was obliged to heed the warnings
of his trainer, Gus Wilson, who
was standing outside j the ring
continually shouting to Carpentier
to keep his blows in check.
Carpentier worked an equivalent
of nine rounds.; After his work
qut the critics' ja greed that to all
appearances he . was in i much bet
ter condition than while training
at Manhassett for Jack Dempsey.
- Gibbons gave the critics the Im
pression that he Intends to -keep
close to Carpentier instead of at
tempting to box him at long range.
The St. Paul light-heavyweight
boxed eight rounds today, but only
got a real workout in two of them
against Tiliie "Kid" Herman. Gib
bons continually tried to shoulder
close to Herman, soaking him to
the body with lefts and connect
ing with right uppercuts. He
boxed three other opponents two
rounds apiece but took f things
easy. .. . 1 f .
BAN ON CALIFORNIA
MAY BE PARTY LIFTED
(Continued from page 1)
into Oregon be permitted to be
shipped or brought into Oregon
from- foot-and-mouth disease free
areas in California, provided that
the same have been fumigated by
a recognized process of .'fumigation
under the supervision .of a duly
and legally authorized state or
federal; inspector, and certificates
oC fumigation and Inspection is
sued in duplicate and . copy sent to
the office. of the state livestock
sanitary board. ,
- rt'Provided farther,' that when
31 days-Jiave elapsed.slnce the ap
pearance .of any foot-and-mouth
disease free area In , California,
that upon such . date the provis
ions of the Salt Lake conference
(excluding wool hides, and all ani
mal by-products) plus; fumigation
shall be recommended to .Gover
nor Pierce as modification of the
embargo then In force.- . '
"It is expressly agreed "and un
derstood that should foot-and-mouth
disease appear at any time
in disease free, areas in California
that the provisions of this recom
mendations automatically are an
nulled and are' not to be consid
ered as recommended by this
committee." V -
1 BITS FOR BREAKFAST T
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Mining Slogan tomorrow.
Some big things happening in
the coming great mining camp at
Salem's front door. !
The secretary ' of the commls
mission on American prison labor
says- the Oregon penitentiary, is on
the right track in its prison in
dustries: That Is! encouraging,
We are on tie way to the best sys
tem of , this, country.' or any" other
old country; coming up to all the
specifications for a model system.
It is a fine thJLng to be right,
and a finer thing to know you are
right. In s comparison with 1 other
W . .: f:v.
Talking about ? prisbnera j being
employed.! They are all employed
In the Oregon penitentiary.; Every
single man. 1 - And there ; are no
idle ., days in : the future. The
problem will- be to get the- work
done that ought to be done, and
there will not be enough men
soon, nor for a long, long time In
The Slogan man U not getting
the horse laugh any more, when
he tells the farmers of the Salem
district that they should irrigate.
There will, never be too much ir
rigation here, as long as there is
a crop that needs more water than
can be coupted on from the clouds.
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A bigot: is any ; one who does
not agree with yoa in a religious
argument. , j , . "
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The right farm for the training
school Is the one with the best
and. the most land for the money.
There should be material for
the "fiction .writer , in .'the fact,, re
veale'd'in ' the census report for
Scotland, i-that three '.Islands oft
the Scottish coast. have only one
inhabitant each, while there are
six islands on which only two per
ELEVEN LOIS IE
SOLO AT AUCTIOn
Total Received Is $2255
Sale Will Be Continued
Lot sales at public auction in
Progress addition last night neted
$2255 for a total of 11 lots. The
sale will be continued at 7 o'clock
' It was announced by the own
ers that the lots would go to high
est bidders without reserve and
their pledge was kept to the let
ter. The highest lot sold brought
$230. It was the buyer's chojee
from a group of four lots center
ing in the cherry orchard. The
lowest lot sold brought 3115.
There was no by-bidding and
nothing reserved except the last
lot offered. It was growing dark
and many had left for their homes.
hence the sale was discontinued
for the evening beforethe last lot
offered was sold.
Progress addition was dedicated
last Monday morning. Total sales
from the tract, including last
night's, show 32 lots sold from the
62 which comprise the entire ad
dition. Less than half the lots? in
the addition remain to be sold.
The tract which is known as
the Hunt estate was purchased last
fall, but owing to the death of one
of the owners and the -resulting
probate proceedings', the buyers
could not get possession until re
cently. Preference rights to pur
chase lots under an escrow ar
rangement, however, " made pos
sible the placing of a number of
lots In advance of last night's sale.
State Income Tax Act
Is Argued in Court
The state income tar case.
known as the Standard Lumber
company against the state tax com
mission and I. ,H. Van Winkle, at
torney general, was argued before
the supreme court yesterday. It
tests the validity of the state In
come tax act. The act was held
by the lower court to be uncon
stitutional as far as it applies to
non-resident stockholders of do
mestic corporations. :
Final Figures Announced
By County Clerk Boyer
Final check of the primary elec
tion for republican candidates for
state offices, representatives from
Marion county to the legislature
and district attorney, has been
made by U. G. Boyer, county clerk
and Monday the following results
were made public:
Secretary of State Kozer, -7.-743.
State Treasurer Campbell
1,437; Kay, 5,298; Sever. 1737.
Justice of Supreme Court
Belt, 4820; Knowles. 2095; West
brook, 1075. , Y
Attorney General Kuykendall,
2646; Van Winkle. 6570.
Dairy and Food Commissioner
-Mickle, 4385; Miller. 3116.
Public Service Commission
Brown. 1639; Buselie, 3924; Os
State' Representative Day,
3217; McCallister, 3852; McMa
han, 4096; Reynolds. 4662; Settle
meier 3060; Slaughter. 1742;
Wilson. 4117 Wright, 2594.
District Attorney - Carson
5975; Pope, 2390.
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as soon atf you apply Red Pepper
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the sore spot through and through.
Pain and soreness are gone.
Ask any good druggist for a Jar
of Rowlcff Red Pepper Rub. , ' Be
sure to get the genuine, with the
name Rowles on each package.
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No senniblct person v ill continue to endure Kidney Trouble once
he realizes the value of ; 5 ?
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Till wonderful remedy i recognized as the surest rcller for
Kidney Trouble sufferers. .
Schaefer's Drug Store
The Penslar Store
139 N. Commercial St.
WINS TRACK MEET
Out .of 109 Points 63 are
Captured By Willamette
rirst Year Men
Prosh track men captured the
interclass track meet title in the
Willamette university track meet
on Sweetland field yesterday, tak
ing! 63 out of 109 points. The
sophomore cinder men came in
second with 38 points while the
juniors trailed behind with eight
tallies. The senior class did not
enter a team.
Adams of the freshman squad
was high point man with firsts in
the .4 40-yard dash and discus and
a second in the javelin to his
credit. ; f i . "
Hopmere Colts Suffer
j Defeat By St. Paul
The Hopmere Colts lost a fast
and exciting baseball game to the
St. Paul team yesterday. 1 An er
ror in the first inning allowed the
St. Paul team to score two runs
which salted the game away for
them., Bloomingburg had a good
day in the box fox the Colts and
was responsible for neither of the
two runs scored on him. The
Colts are credited with one earned
run.' ; , . . . 1 'L '
The Score R. II. E.
St. Paul .... . . . . ..... 2 5 3
Colts I. ............. 1 4 3
Brower and Sullivan; Blooming
berg and Patterson. ;
Company F absolutely refused
to lie down and be trampled upon
last night. In fact every -other
team had done -it, but the Log
Rollers never. They walloped
the Spauldings, champions, 4 to 6.
It was -some game.
s The very first ball up McCam-
mon knocked a two-bagger but
forgot to.touch first. Blankenship
Company F's pitcher, was never
better and he pitched one of 'the
best games yet seen on 'the field
It was Hooper's - off night. He
pitched a good game but it ! Was
very loose at times. Blankenship,
Don Young, ; and Heenan all
brought in a run apiece in the first
inning. It looked like more was
to be added but Hooper caught a
hot liner right off the bat and a
double out resulted against the
In the fourth Inning the Log
gers took a spurt and Hooper
punched a home run over right
field, letting in 4 runs and tied
the score. In the next inning Gib'
son and McCammon broke the com
pany's jinx by bringing in a run
each.. The Lumberjacks were not
able to overcome the lead. Bozell
went in as a pinch hitter . but
Blankenship tightened up only 'one
man reaching second. This places
Spauldings and Legion in a tie
again. The Loggers looked like
it had the championship 'cinched
but Company F has always been
able to get their nanny every time
in the last two years.
186 S. High St.
; Nearly New Car
Dodge 1923 Roadster, , A-l
1923 Dodge Touring, 4000
! miles, '?800.
1923 late Ford touring, fine
, shape, lots of extras,
1917 Ford touring, a real
These cars all have license.
Call 1828 or 902 W -
O. H. Zeller
jPACIFIC COAST LEAGUE!
" Salt liflke 4;; Angels O
LOS ANGELES, ; May 27.
Score R. 11. E
Salt Lake ...... .j. ... . 4 9 0
Los SVngeles I ...,.. L . L 0 6 2
Ponder and Peters; Payne, Ram
say and j Byler.
Frisco 5; Sacramento 3
SAN FRANCISCO, May 27.
Score R. II. E.
Sacramento. . . . . ; . ; .'.. 3 7 1
San Francisco . . . . . . . 5 10 1
Hall and-Scha ng; Williams and
Yelle. ; J - v 1
Twentyj Men Fanned By
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SILVERTON. pr May 27.
(Special to The Statesman.) The
Sdlverton Night Owls defeated the
Quinaby, team inja game of base
ball on the Silver Falls diamond
Sunday afternoon by a score of 10
to. 7., The Silvertion pitcher fanned
20 men. The pilverton battery
was Holmes and iBuell. ? 1
The NiKht Owla is a recent base
ball organizationi'&t Silverton com
posed of night workers at the
Silver Falls Timber company mill:
Educator Frofti China
Speaker at Silverton
SILVERTON, j Or., May 27.
(Special to The Statesman.) Mrs.
L. M. Stokke, who recently return
ed from ChinaJ spoke at Trinity
church Sunday evening on her stay
In China and hfcr work among the
natives. Mrs. JStokke told many
interesting tales of her work with
the Chinese children in the school
which she was 1 conducting. ;
During the fvening program a
few musical numbers were given,
consisting of aivocal solo by Miss
Esther Towe, a song by Trinity
cHo'ran organ! solo by Miss Marie
Corhouse. Miis Dora Henriksen
was accompanist, j
BREAKS WORLD'S RECORD
URBANA, III., May 27.-t-Harold
M. Osborne, former University of
Illinois athlete- at present a mem
ber of the Illinois athletic club,
broke- the world's high jump re
cord in preliminary Olympic trials
held today bjf Illinois athletes
here. His leap of 6 feet 8 1-4 in
ches supercedes a mark of 6 feet
7 5-16 inches iset by Ed Heeson of
the Olympic club of San Francisco,
Cal., on July! 8, 1914. Osborne
is : already he holder - of the
world's indooir record. , v
Ladies white 'cloth
Oxfords, good grade
material and trim
mings, all sizes, at,
pair : ' :i . : J
Ladies' white Sea
Island cloth j strap
heels and toes, at,
pair , ' j
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All white ladies' and
young women's Ox
fords, value to $9,
to clean out at, pair
IS HERE TODAY
The Longview baseball club that
is to play the Salem Senators at
Oxford fied. this afternoon at 4
o'clock defeated Albany yesterday
by a scorej of 7 to 1. Manager
Biddie Bishop of the Senators, saw
the game . and says . Salem has a
good chance to take a win from
the Washington Timber? leaguers.
The Longview battery will be
"King" Cole and Walter Kracke,
who a few Reasons ago were a de
pendable Salem battery. . Cole ar
rived in Salem last night. Both
boys are said to be going better
than they ever did before. !
Bishop will use Strlctmater or
Menth on the mound, possibly botbr
ot them. Ash by -will work In the
second game with Longview to
morrow. JThe, Salem line-up will
probably be the regular list of
t On Friday afternoon the Sen
ators willjplay the Yamhill club,
the game starting at 3:30 so not
to interfere with the Memorial
day program. ' On Sunday the
Chown Hardware club of Portland
will be here.
Norman; Hastings. 434 South
Sixteenth btreet, left Portland Sat
urday morning for San Diego
where he! will enter training for
the United States navy.
O. C. Moore. Spokane attorney,
was In Salem yesterday. -
TO OBSERVE DAY
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" To members of the Disabled
Amcrlearf, Vetrans .of the World
War: ,-. j - ".'-.
Whereas, the Great Creator of
us all has implanted within our
natures a love for our fellow-man.
an, impulse to laud their virtue
and valor, a respect for the mem
ory, of our dead, and a sympathy
for theiri bereaved;
.Whereas.lt Las long .been a
time-honored custom to observe
I one duly appointed day by proper
memorial services for those who
have paid the price, of AmHrn
Liberty and Justice by sacrificing
their own upon the field of battle;
' Whereas, Friday, May 30th.
1924. is! the day duly set apart as
On Many Seasonable Broken
There are some mighty
good patterns and selec
tions to be had in chil
dren's footwear, which
we are closing out at a
real saving to you.
Come, bring in the
kiddies and let us fit
them to a real bargain.
Infants Shoes and
Slippers, soft or medi
um soles, at 75c a pair
and 95c a pair.
and Oxfords at from
$1.35 to $3.95 a pair;
sizes 5yz to 8, &y2 to
1 L and I fj to 2.
John J. RoMe
111 N. Liberty St.
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Memorial day, , when Americans
shall by reverence and retrospec
tion recall the valorous deeds of
their soldier-dead, and resolve to
better deserve the priceless herit
age of their sacrifices; and '
Whereas, tlie members of the
Disabled American Veterans of
the World War. Department ;ot
Oregon,, in convention assembled
at Salem, Oregon. May 9 and 10,
1924. recognizing their duty, priv
ilege and honor, voted unanimous
ly to join their comrades of ear
lier war in commemorating the
memory of their departed." and to
revere most humbly the memory
of their own comrades sacrificed
In a common cause;
I, Therefore, In the name of tbe
Disabled American Veteran of
the World"1 War, call upon you to
re-dedicate yourselves to this caus
of Liberty and Justice, and to devote-yourselves
most earnestly to
the proper observance of Memorial
Day as opposed to any spirit of
indifference, frivolity or disrespect.
Issued at'Corvallis, Oregon, this
h day of May, 1924.
EDWARD L. CLARK,
State Commander, Disabled
American Veterans of the World
War, Department of Oregon.
Washington State Wins
Track From Oregon U.
EUGENE, Or., MayT 27. The
Washington State college track
team took a hard, fought, track
meet from the -Oregon, team this
afternoon by a 66-65 score. The
feature of the meet was the estab
lishing of a new world's intercol
legiate record in the pole vault by
Ralph Spearow, Oregon junior,
who vaulted 13 feet 2.95 inches.
Rosenberg, Oregon- jumper and
weight man, was high point man
or the meet with first In the broad
jump and Javelin, a third in the
shot and ; a second ; In ; the pole
vault. He scored 14 points.
The relay race was the thriller
of the afternoon with Risley, Ore
gon, passing his opponent after a
big lead and winning in 3:26.8.
REED SHOWS WELL .
NEW YORK. May 27. Victors
Columbia Ladies Orchestra of Portland.' composed of 26 artists,
under directorship of: Madam Francis Knight, under auspices
of United Artisans, will give. concert and dance -
Salem Armory, Thursday,
J(i-,. Admission 55c-
Ladies' and young
women's white kid
Slippers in low
medium and dress
covered heels, value
to $9.00. Most all
sizes in the lot. to
clean out at, pair
Ladies' and growing
girls' white kid and
dress pumps, value
to $10, to close out
at, pair -
One lot of white Ox
fords and Slippers,
your choice at, pair
115 State St.
in national wrestling tryouts
throughout the country were en
tered in the final Olympic tryouta
and national AAW championships
which began at MadlsonSquare
garden today. More than ISO
bouts In seven clsses will be con
tested.' ; " ' -
Robin Reed of Oregon Agricul
tural college won a fall from A.
Stewman of New York in Impress
ive "'style.'' : ..
Minister Your sons are really
terrible, Mr. Little. Don't you
ever inflict a little corporal pun
ishment on them?
Mr. Little! No, I have never hit
my boys except in self-defense.
ricmo coast xeacxts
Won Lost IM.
San Franc isro ...
Salt Lake . ......
. , Won Lost Prt.
Xew York ...... 20 14 Jii
( hiraro ..:..... 21 18 rfiS
Brooklyn 17 15 .531
Cincinnati.; 18 IT .514
Boston -, 15 as
Pittsburgh 16' 18
St. Loo in . 15 18
Fhiladelphin - ... . 10 19
" AMEMOAX LEAOtTE
. . Wen Lost Pet.
New York - 19 11. .433
St.- Louis . 17
Detroit 18 IB
Washington -1 i 14 17
Chicago i..,T 13
Cleveland - 13
Fast Througb Freight to All
Valley PoinU Daily.
Corvallis Eagene - Jefferson
Independence - Monroe
SHIP BY TRUCK
8 o'clock P.M.