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THURSDAY ImORNINGOCTOBER 22, 1925
P.lfiin FIGHT EVETJT f
STOPPED If THIRD
.Woodward Knocks Out Jew
. ettj Gretz Is Given Decis
. ion Over Green
' Prior to the main event Frankie
Lewis, 6&Iem Indian, stepped in
the ring and challenged the win
ner of the Woodard-Jewett fight!
Xiek Yeager," Portland heavy
weight, will meet" an opponent
here on an early card. It was an
nounced. , . Tom Louttit, of Portland, refer
eed the fights.
The program last night, taking
I', all around, was well worth the
price of admission and fight fans
were apparently well satisfied
with the offerings of Matchmaker
Harry Plant. Spectators continue
to smoke daring the preliminaries
la spite of repeated requests from
the management, i Smoking Tras"
stopped just : before the ' semi
windup and the atmosphere clear
ed somewhat. The fights were
well attended last night and fans
are anticipating the next smoker
at the Armory. , .
IS TILLY'S TOPIC
Pastor of First Presbyterian
Church Rotary Speaker;
Both Look Toward' State
Control of Hydro-Electric
JVhat was scheduled for a, ;i0
ronnd main event came to a sud
den end In the third canto 'last
night when" Ernie Woodard, Port
land, connected with a heavy bne
to ' Joe' Jewel's midriff and the
: Seattle fighter was forced to take
the coant and to be helped to his
comer. Woodard weighed ,1 42
and Jewett 147 .pounds.
i: Woodard opened thejtght while
Jewett 'displayed a wicked left.
Both men' mixed heavily in) the
.opening round and followed with
a similar exhibition in the second
. round, Jewett was forced to touch
the canvas as the. bell closed! the
round. Woodard. bored In at the
start of the third and concluding
..round while Jewett evinced ajwill
Mngness to meet hinu The fight
,was featured " with a heavy , ex
change of blows and while short,
. .was far from slow.
'In the semt-windnp Shadow
Gretz was riven a deoisintr over
ttn. r..n in -T.A'tm. I "If a man drinks for very long.'
hen It. bcam aonarent that he declared Rev.; Norman K. Tolly.
W the i beat of th- urnimpnt Pastor of the First Presbyterian
t The two! mixed at times,; with chorcbpf Salera, In an address at
- Rn ainr mi nf th irtino- weeiciy mncneon or tne local
" Green was sent-to his knees 8ev.Rotarians Wednesday, J'ne. will
J.eral times during the fourth aBdron.,,4,l",!k:'-,l4,-.-v,f
k.. i imtasinr t ail. he is a
- H VVUVIUUAUh VUTl WAS UWb I'OU -I . t - a .j' -
ly damaged. Both fighters Jive intW' ??b Ju '
Two ballot titles for constitu-
BEARS HAVE EDGE ;
OB OREGON ElEIIEfi
California Has Four Victor
ies to Credit While Web
feet Have Three
UNIVERSITY OP OREGON, Eu
tionar amendments pertaining to gene, Oct. 21. (Special.) In the
state control of hydro-electric and most Important football game of
power developments have' been the Northwest, University of Ore
prepared -by I. H. Vaif Winkle, gn will meet University of Call
attomev reneral. j ifdrnia at" Portland Saturday, on
i ne nrsi ; muiaieu uy me
Rev.' Tulb ; spoke" on ?'bublie
weight at 135 and GreU at 144tP!ns In
Salem. j Green announced hisf
Three excellent fonr-round pre-
-' limlaariea opened the card, all
fending in draws. Sailor Manning,
Salem, 130, and George Hennlngs,
Vancouver." Wash., 145 pounds.
mixed for four rounds, true first
.A f A..A nnAA-AA
,. , , . . .j . 'I on 'his feet and give voice to his
-Jlennlng seemed to have the best!
aUo 'ehowlng several of tne ,ob
sta cies that are In the way of the
public speaker. But be expressed
the belief that every : man should
know how to make - an address,
for "a man fails in his duty as a
citizen unless he is aIe to stand
jO! the battle. j
v Eddie . Fox, Independence, 108
- pounder,' shoufd have had a deci
ston over Jimmy Fargo, tlC, of
' Salem, as it was his fight. The
Ttferee, however, lifted both boys'
rloves after the bell sounded. The
decision j was not' popular. '
Battling (Goof) Kendall, 151.
and Kddie Patzer., 1 SO, both of
f Salem, met In a four-round draw
- with PaUer having a. shade the
" best of the encounter. Prior to
the fight Kendall announced that
be wanted to meet Archie Elliott,
! f Salem, at an early date. ' A few
weks ago, to settle an argument.
v -Jlliott and Kendall met near the
dancing pavilion across the fiver
vrith' Elliott scoring aa early
knockout. , i ,
Y DEAR, USE
llVIVb I lllil hbV
. ' - .'I j ' ' - - - ' : J ".. .-'-'
-It will often dear thera way in
24- hours, because it is die most
CONCENTRATED of skin, reme
dies. . Yet its medication is so gen
tle; that it cannot irritate the ten-
detest skin. If you want 'a clear,
tmblemished complexion get ' Pos-
lant (50c) at your druggist's TO
Te Rstain Yeur Youthful Beauty
. rcmmtnd the daily f
The two primary requisites of
public speaking are. according to
Rev. Tully, are knowledge and
earnestneHs. Clearness of state
ment and conscience of statement
were also expounded as assets in
speaking. Hindrances are the con
victions and the prejudices of the
audience, as well as narrowness
Pubiie speakers are not supposed
to be original speakers, declared
Rev. Tully, and added pertinently
th3t the latter go to, universities.
and are as "dry as dust"
Housewives Council, Inc., Port
land, is the Oregon Water and
Power Board Development Meas
ure, which would create a board
of five elective members, the first
five being named in the amend
mnt, who would have sole control
over the conservation, develop
ment, storage, distribution ef
electric energy and water for ir
rigation and- domestic purposes.
The petitioners are Josephine M.
Othus, Mary A. Dean and Clara
A.-imonton, all of Portland.
The second title is the Water,
Water-power and Hydro-electric
Energy , Constitutional Amend
ment, initiated by the Oregon
State Grange by George A. Palm
iter, grange master, Hvod River
and Bertha J. Beck, secretary,
Albany. This amendment would
authorize the state to conserve,
develop and control the waters,
water power and hydro-electric
energy of the state; its distribu
tion, transmission and sale and to
contract for such purposes with
political subdivisions and hydro
electric utilities ; to maintain and
operate plants lit this connection
and authorizing ' state credit and
indebtedness to provide funds to
carry out the provisions of the
The main difference between
the two proposed amendments is
that the first touches upon admin
istrative affairs and seeks to
name the first board. No mention
of administration Is made in the
proposed grange amendments.
Multnomah field. It will be the
ninth meeting of the teams: Ore
gon has won three games, Califor
nia four, one being a scoreless tie.
i Dick Smith, head coach at Ore
gon, captained the 1899-Oregon
team, the first one to play Califor
nia. The Golden Bears scored .12'
points while Oregon failed to cross
the goal line.
i From 1905 until 1916 the teams
did not play as California was
playing rugby then instead of the
American game. In 1916 Oregon
defeated California 29 to 14, and
the following year Oregon again
won, 21 to 0.
j Scores of Oregon-California
j. ,1899 Oregon 0; California 12.
I 1900 Oregon 2; California 0.
j 1904 Oregon 0; California 4.
1905 Oregon 0; California 0.
1916 Oregon 39; California 14
1917 Oregon 21; California 0.
1918 Oregon 0; California 6.
1921 Oregon 0; California 39.
no 'rain during: the month was five
Tfct October, It has really rain
ed only one day. On the 11th of
the month a rainfall of .01 inch
was noted, i There was a trace of
rain on the! 10th, but it measured
less than .01 of an Inch, which is
not registered, according to Clar
ence Oliver weather observer.
On the 17th there was a heavy
mbt, iand .02 inch precipitation
was noted. That is the total of
the rainfall In Salem for this
month; less than .04 of an inch
in all! ;This year October 21,
which opened the 10-day siege last
year, was as fair ae an jndian sum
mer day. and indications are that
thr weather will continue Ideal for
HI SCHOOL GIRLS
THE NET REIMS
- OF SOUIE GROWERS
What They Received for
Their Crops Delivered to
State Flax Plant
The following were the net pay
ments to a number of the growers
during the. 1922 season, for their
flax crops delivered to the state
flax plant. The word net means
that the figure given in each case
is the amount of the payment af
ter the cost of the seed had been
AdilrpR Acres. R-v'rl
Ball Bros., Turner I on $4645.54
K. J. Bfttencourt, Salem, K3 10 1279.5.J
A. K. Bradley, Aumsville 125 3209.41
II. W. DeVrien. Salem, R6 ... 15 1236:90
W. M. DeVries, Pratum 27 1453.6
Yale Bro.. Tamer 16 .1865.16
I Hawkint & RoberU, Salem.. 20 789.54
J. . Hayes 1185 Chemeketa 32 1163.01
K. B. Hodge. Rickreall 55 2436.67
J. It. Koi.tr. Rirkreail 16 12S7.70
'hiotte Nesmith. Kirkreall '11 1067.2?
Riddell Bros., Monmouth .... 40 3543.01
J. K. Ottnsley, Salem, R7 .... 36 1735.3H
Paul Wallace. 8alem 6 464.17
Turnidjre. Jeffemon Rl .... 7
Joneph Bernt, Mt. Angel .... 1
Physical Education Work
Made Compulsory for First
Time in History
IvlL . FRAUDS 'CHARGED
AND AWK ARE INDICTED
CLOVER SEED CROP
Rainfall Last Year Was 8.31
fnches, 5.21 Inches Over
1 25.2 1
Miss Grace Snook, 'in charge of
the. physical education work in
the Salem, public schools, an
nounced Wednesday that she has
outlined plans for physical train
ing for the girls In Salem in high
school. For the firs time In its
history physical traiang has been
made compulsory tor the' girls in
the high school. j
The plans 'Include instruction
for individual cases where the girl
is found to be in need of physical
correction. For thiv purpose
classes are to be organized of not
more than 20 girls to the class
who will be given thfe utmost care
in correcting their physical de
fects. Each of the 5f0 girls at the
high schoql has been; given a phy
sical examination, and it is found
that there are 100 girls who are
to take the corrective courses.
There will also be general phy
sical training for the girls that
have been found t be in good
physical condition, the girls will
be divided into classes .of about
60. Miss Laverna jspitxenberger,
who graduated this jyear from the
university of Qregon, has been re
tained for the purpose of tending
to the physical education of the
girls at the high school and will
give ner full time toj that work.
Once the classes get under way,
it is the plan to interest tba girls
in various athletics, jsuch as basket
ball,tvolley ball, indoor baseball,
hockey, and swimming. For the
four years' work the girls will be
given two credits toward gradua
Astoria Columbia river wheati tion, although tnege credits win
whpnt shinmonta tnr Ihrea mnntho not be accented for College en-
reach 3,883,303 bushels. trance. j
LOS ANGELES, Oct 21. (By
Associated Press). Bond of $5,
000 wag, posted late today by Mrs.
Ena B. -Harper, promoter of a
colonization project on an Island
off the west coast of Mexico, who
was Indicted here yesterday, for
misuse- -of the mails.
The $5,000 bond
of Portland, Oregon
hereby annonnces that he Is a ran
dhlate for the Republican nomina-
tion for IT. 8. Senator at the May.
l9tSH, Primaries. -
. "Will work zealously for devel
opment of Oregon and support of
"Favor World Court and Reform
v . f Pd. Adv.
Buy a Want Ad It Pays Big
in Sore Throat
agreedl measures tor reai oeueiu oi larin-
-nn.-h.Vi.-ennrt'.ff.r wnm- as ftuggesiea d ineir organi-
an uuu epen-i nits ujf in au u u.-u-
cessful effort to raise1 bail of $10.-
000, the amount set by the federal
grand jury. - .
It' was revealed late today that
W. H. O'Bryan, associated with
Mrs.- Harper- in the land scheme,
also in under indictment. He has
not been arrested, but probably
will surrender tomorrow to post
bond, federal officers said. ;
Families in Oregon. Washing
ton and California are said to
have paid an aggregate of $500,-
000 for land on a barren, unhabit
Prepare a harmless and effective
gargle by dissolving 'two ''Bayer
Tablets of Aspirin" in four -table-spoonfuls
of water. Gargle throat
thoroughly. Repeat In- two hours
if necessary. . " ' '
Be sure you use only the genu
ine Bayer Aspirin, marked with
the Bayer Cross, which can be had
in tin boxes of twelve tablets for
few cents. Adv.
Last Times Today
HEAVY THIS YEAR
At Mount Angel r Mount Angel
College .29; Oregon State Normal
School 0. '.
.MODKKMSM IS UtAPPED
SK.TTLE. Oct. 21. (Tly Asso
ciated' Press). Modernism leads
to donbt of Christ's divinity and
i the vicarious atonement and
"when we touch the vicarious
atonement we might as well take
the good old hymns out of the
books," the Rev. J. H. Groth to
day declared at the. general Luth
eran Bible conference.1 -Delegates
from churches in western Wash
ington are attending the sessions.
NCUOOL FUND APPORTIONED
'Wfiletf contains 1 cf Peslam
. .,. :...r r "Ointment '
OLYMPIA. Oct. 21. (By-Asso
ciated Press.) The October ap
portionment -of state school funds
iMtnouseMueday by Mr. JosepUT
ine Corli Freaton. state superin
tendent of public instruction.
District to Net Between 250,
000 and 300,000 Pounds
between 250,000 and 300,000
pounds of clover seed will . be
yielded - from the crops in the
vicinity of Salem this year, accord
ing to Charles R. Archerd, who
is actively Interested In the crop.
handling a great share of the local
seea. uast year tne yield was
about 150,000 pounds. This year's
crop, however, is only about a
third of the normal crop, dry
weather and freezing being given
as reasons for the lessened pro
The top price for the seed this
year has. been 28 cents, and now
the price averages around 27c.
Mr. Archerd predicts that the price
will be about 26 cents by the time
the season is over. It is said that
the French crop is large this year.
and can be sold in Salem for 23
cents. Practically all of the seed
grown here will be used on the
coast; as eastern seed is being
sold in the east for about 5 cents
a pound less than the price quoted
here. The clover production, bas
been .very inconsistent this year,
ranging from six bushels "to the
acre" to pec
: At o little added cost. Include ;
sunny California and the romantic
scenes of the old South in your
itinerary. k 3
The Warm Winter Way : . .
' Shasta route to Otuorniah-Four
fine trains daily through service to
' Los AiigdesviaSouthern California .
SurortrouteviaH Paso, San An
tonio, Houston, to New Orleans.
Connect with Southern Pacific
s teamer to Ne wYork and with trains
to east and north.
Get full particulars today Phone
O. Ii. Darling, "Agent, Salem, or A. A.
Mickel, D. P. & P- A, 181 Uberty St.
It is intertcting to note that the
weather this month has been ideal
and especially so as compared with
the weather of October of last
year. Last October it rained 10
days before October 21. From
then on it rained some every day
till the end of the month. The
heaviest rain was noted on Octo
ber 2S. when 1.77 inches fell in
the city; The total rainfall for
the month was 8.31 inched. 5.29
inches more than normal for the
month. The longest space with
YOU Big Stiff
KNEE Watch Your Finish
Stiff, swollen, inflamed, rheu
matic joints should be treated
with a remedy made for that pur
Remember the name of this new
discovery is Joint-Ease and it will
take out the agony, reduce'the
swelling and limber up any trou
bled joint atter ordinary cure-alls
have miserably failed. Just rub it
on 60c a tube at Dan'l. J.;Fry
Drug Co. and all druggists ask
Always remember, when Joint
Ease gets in joint agony gets out
Biggest Selling Joint
Remedy in the World
LAST TIMES TODAY
HE SMILED AT DEFEAT'- AND CON
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Today Friday -Saturday
Today will mark the GREATEST ALU
MINUM SALE in the history of our store.
Crowds will be streaming here because most
people know that a sale at Stiff's means real
Come early and you will get a much better
Included in this great aluminum sale are
5 qt. Tea Kettles
2 qt. Double Boilers
6 Cup Percolators
10 qt. Handled Dish-Pans
.6 qt. Convex Kettles -
4 qt. Convex Sauce Pans!
10VG in. Double Roasters -8
qt. Preserve Kettles
10 qt. Water Pails
Choice Any Aluminum
Sale starts at
9:00 THIS MORNING
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