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forty GirU Jcin ia Iresintins
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The playground season on the
, ,;l$th street andr' Lincoln play
grounds came to an end Friday af
ternoon with a pageant' and ath
letic contests at the Uth Street
'Crounda, attended by c about; 300
visitors. The celebration was ori
"Inairy; Bchednled T for Wednesday
afternoon, but was postponed 1e--tvuse
of rainy weather. -"
;tFoqt "races were - held '. for .the
. boys,, divided Into three- sections
"according td size. ; Clarence Lane,
Dean Ellis and Dar Mennlce won
In t h-mall boy -eUssWihum
Laplschies, , , ilejrta ; Engl v and
Bertram Ross In the medium class
, and Ralph . Williams and Harold
'Blusher In the bis boy class. -The
1 races .were for a "distance of 0
MSIbycJe races around, the qnar
. ,lV mile- track were', held, with
Hlmmjr Emmett ind Wilson Sis
' mond winning In the (big boy class.
flMiUin Doddridge. Pan! suffer and
uUertram Rossmon fn the mediam
.'. boy class, and Ned Hale and "Dar
FA1M POLLARS WORTH '
S7 CENTS SAYS CHIEF
j ; (CUah4 froar 1.)
diriduals, He saldVthe votes; in
prfongress on, different firm "pro-
poals showed a fairly 4uayjdl
fcylslon fs, between the' republican
bkfend democratic parties, t -
Undoubtedly ne continued, the
rmers of the .west think their
situation is. due in part to ?ihe
i tariff: They: may not kow, be
-added, but they think that is 'one
source of their trouble and 'that
ahe tariff does hot work as effec-
tirely for them as in the east. An
increased ? price' then for some
J products, such as hides, he said,
jiiay : be,. Bought by them . in the
'"new congress as well as a reduo
ii iu In rates bn some of the manu
UUBfed goods they buy
As for taxes, Mr." Jardine said,
' . ft appeared that locaL rather than
' federal taxes at present, bore most
(aTlly . upon the farmers. )jra
' though thejr would like to see re
ductions all' 1 along the line. ' . t
;? Emphasizing the need for ade
jquata. credUa to assist cooperatire
I marketing organizations Including
"l those which deAlt in perishable
fruits and regetables. Mr. Jardlne
k ildjjha whether- Jbei Fess-blll
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"The Gipsy," JXIctir.- Dances
Compete, fcr lienors
a . .' . . '
Mennlce in the smali boy olass.', ''
"Half mile licrtl - races 'were
also' held.-. Li the,'bl 'boy elass
Jimmy " EtiameUi t Harold Flesher
and Swede Xt)i3won, and in the
medium cla?3 'Herbert Ameld and
Wayne Sluaaer- '.were victorious.
Ko race "w as heU la the small boy
class, as 'the- dbtance was consid
ered too great. ' ''-.'4 .- 5i-v
A pageant caUedv?Tne Gipsy"
was sires by the girls,; the open
space under the trees being used
as a stage. : About, 40 girls took
part, dressed Vo repireseot the va
rious nation bftcewfld; ' Each
nation was represented br a dance,
and rarions X6lk dances learned
at the playgrounds :were siren.
- A baseball game was . held in
which ? the rWacoW ? playground
boys defeated the tatb street boys
12. to 4 4. "The-samel Lincoln boys
beat their fathers, recently 12 to
1. A; swimming 'meet : originally
planned was called ' oft because
the rain' had .'made the water' too
muddy.--' -; v. K -''
would be re-offered In the - next
session of congress would depend
much upon. developments.
The Fess measure,"whlch would
hare proTided a $100,000,000 re
TolTing fund f pr loan purposes to
co-operatlTes,. was defeated at the
recent session la tbe face7f P
port. by President v Coollde and
the entire '- administratidn.' His
support for fhe measured-Mr. Jar
dine asserted,' was . no elerenth
hour matter, 'v, L- ' ,
Ulrlch AvI.3berts,rreattors, 122
tf. Commercial GLknow property
ralues and tr ike for you profit
able inTestmeaU. Will botb aT
and make yo money.. : C
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SHIP ARRIVES AT , NORTH
, . ISLAND STATION SAFELY
BANJDIEGOvAus. il. (AP)
Tbe nTy -llawairarhrTlight plane
PB-1 piloted,' by Lient. Ralph H.
Daridson and Vltk, Lieut. Botta as
engineer iofceKQirtlTed at the
North , Island. caVal 4tlr- station at
B:50 p. nufronj Seattle.
Clothes make amanonIy up to
the point where lie) !s obliged t6
draw upon nts mteiugence.
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We are now displaying the new improved Packard Six and take this opportunity 1 to cor .;.'. 1 .. . New Series E closed models, .will also " be here f or your inspection tonight and. Sun
dially invite yea to inspect this new creation. Lower top, stream lined,, smartly finish- ' ' . 4 day.' Irt this series you will see a new body creation, the Landau Sedan, embracing all of.
cd, no radical chanse' but up to
Saturday events and Sunday.
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-t i -v our endcavcrto ccr.:tcrtly, improve our service ve have obtained the services ofTom Watts, well known
; '"-'.; ; ,'. ilcm tncchr.Ic--vIiD yith our former staff and incrcdscdmachincry should be able tojrfveallof our patrons
4 : : ! y- lt,"ccurtccus end efficient service. If for any reason your car is hot "just risht" drive in and let us inspect it.
.v ViA". I l 3. to cur aCvcnlr.pe to !:ecp every Packard and Oldsmbcili riht up to standard and you can help us by -
?: V; -1 calllr.j fcr interval ir.:pccticns. - -: ; 4" . . - .- , , '
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Rival Promotors Nov Claim
" Prior Rights on Sesqui
. Stadium ,
- PHILADELPHIA, Aug. ; 21.
(By .Associated Press.) Legal
storms still nun? 'over the plana
of Tex Rickard, New York promot
er tonight. to hold , the , heary
weight title bout 4 between Jack
Derapsey and Gene Tunney In the
Sesqul-Centennlal stadium ; Sep
tember 23. Officials of the state
boxing commission, however, as
serted there waa nothing In 1 the
way and that Rickard already bad
been granted a license. ;
Taylor and Gunnis, Philadelphia
prompters, have; retained counsel
to " protect their Interesta; con
tending that in thelr. capacity as
promoters of boxing1 at the ; stad
ium they, had" pr tor rlghtss The
local promoters made It plain that
they Lwere . not taking any stand
against the fight.' They ' asserted
that in V vlewTr of Hhej ."heavy ex
pense". they went to In their ; ef
forts to obtain a " match between
"Dempsey . and Harry .Wills in the
stadium only to have it banped by
Mayor Kendrick.; they should jbe
compensated. t ; i --i, H-Pai t " .
i: James - J. Corbett : also, has ' in
jected himself into the situation,
asserting that an Agreement he
bd .with CoL Davled CollieT. for
mer director general of the Sesqui
Centennial, 'superseded any other.
Corbett, 'who . alsa' , has . retained
counsel, threatens; to . ask . in , in
junction restraining Rickard from
staging the fight. ; ,
Jolm J.'McDevitt;' couns'ei .for
tbe former heavyweighrchamplon,
said that. Corbett had Told pemp
sey of his' plans and that Dempsey
had heartily agreed.
"Col. I Collier ' sanctioned : the
plans and we were the first In the
Held." eald McDevltt. who added
that be -would advise Corbett when
he comes here -next Tuesday to
apply at once for a restraining in
junction. ; ; ' C'-j :
Frank L." Weiner, chairman of
the Pennsylvania athletic commis
sion declared that if ' Taylor .and
Gunnis could have produced evi
dence to show a that they could
have arranged ? the Dempsey-Tun-ney
bout theiretforts would have
received' the sanction" of the com-
mission. ' '
"Rickard showed me be could
the Fred M. Powell Motor Cars was purchased :
the minute improFeraents. Our
We will be glad to explain its
promote the t Igjht. said rri Wein
er, '.'and when, he put. dp ("$ 5 0,0 00
forfeit. I was conV4nceL ','
Tickets' for the; - bout will be
placed on . sale 'early . nexCweek.
Prices .will range :from 13.00 , to
$ 27. 5 0. . Jules , Aronson, , loca asso
ciate of Rickard. flad tonight that
applications were- already .pouring
. SARATOGA SPRINGS; N1;'5 Yy,
Aug. 21. (By Associated Press.)
When 'Jack Dempsey "departs
from his training 'camp at-Luth-ers,
near -Saratoga- Lake tamor
row'nlght for'hla new. qnarters in
Atlantic,? City, thei " heavyweight
champion will leave his cream
colored automobile ot att!expeii
slve mnkebeblndi.A'v ?t
The ear was seised "by a deputy
sheriff this afternoon under a' writ
of attachment Jn Jack' Kearn's
$333,333.33 suit against the cham
pion. - . - "
The ' deputy picked It irp : near
Luthers while It was being driven
by a chauffeurand had: it taken
to 'a local garage where . it will be
placed under. -. a night i? and : day
guard., the deputy 'said, i Dempsey
was not in it .when ft -was: seized.
Estelle Tayior-Dempsey's wife,
holds aV bill 6t , vsale ot the ; car
from Dempsey, but representatives
of Kearns make the . claimt that
Dempseyi transferred ownership
after Kearns brought bis action. .
-The", champion did .five rounds
of fast work in the. ring- asbis af-
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part of the already established firm Imown as.
CAP!TALM0;FORS ; Inc.- '
show rooms will be open.
Delivered in Salem
SS 3.-if ICE
A. C. (E;i!d;0 Eirhop -A. J. Rousseau
Robert Hahertys Tv6&
Epic oP Life and love
in the South Seas.
A Parambunt Picture
ternoon's allottment; of , work in
addition to a round- of shadow
boxing- and the usual session with
'Benny Funderburke. who suf
fered severe punishment -early in
the week, was back in the rin for
a round" this 'afternoon, tout he was
floored, twice, being, unable to fin
ish the round. Jimmy Roberts also
came In for -bis usual punishment
but; Dempsey eased up enough at
the close ,to . enable ' Roberts to
keep his feet until the bell v' ' !:
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SPECULATOR, N. -Y., Aug. 21.
(By Associated Press.) Gene
Tunney, challenger ? for Jack
Dempsey's - heavyweight i boxing
crown, , appeared I in the t role of
benefit . performer today. :. : . .., t
''Whffe hundreds v of spectators
gazed at the ring, the fighting ma
rine stepped : six fast - rounds
against rOskr vTIIl ; elongated
Rochester; sparring,, partner and
Billy Vldabeck, the Blonde Tlgei
of Jersey1: City. Proceeds of the
exhibition1 bouts, wblcb will prob
ably amount to at least $800. will
go for the benefit of the Catholic
church, here. - Newspaper men ar-,
ranged ' the benefit and Tunney
'was glad to carry out their plans.
: . 50c for your old belt on a new
one. This is a special feature for
this week. For full particulars
seeilhe windows of the Scotch
Woolen Mills, 426 State St. ()
' by A, . C.r (Biddy) Bishop and A. .. J, ? Rousseau arid
. ana ease oi operation, ah ere is a Doay aesign 10 lit tne .requirements of : nearly every
. family from coupes to sedans. - . I''.'.
Delivered . in . Salem
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303 PEOPLE SETJrirf
TO JOBS liLl'JEEl!
The Salem Y Free Emplo-
;ment Office' Making1 a
- -"Fine Record-:
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' The number' of placements . in
the Salem ; Y. M-,C. A. free em
ployment o'f f ice up to date for the
current reporting year exceeds
the placements for the entire 1
months of last year. There are
four more "weekly reports to com
plete this year. This year's bus I
ness will exceed that of last year
by 1000 or more placements. .
. Yesterday 9 people : were sent
to jobs. - Duriag rthe week up to
Friday evening 08 were sent out.
The placements do not include
all sent to jobs. It means all re
ported on. cards sent to, employees.
Many do not report; so there are
always - more actual ' placements.
than show on fhe record. - Jn oth
er words, more people get jobs
than the office geU credit for. In
the federal! record; for this is a
part of the work , of the United
States department of labor. That
department pays part of the ex
pense.. Marlon bounty .part, and
the vSalem Y the balance. The
government also gives free mail
ing privileges, , and furnishes; the
printed matter. v. , f
The work, is free to" both . the
people, looking, for. Jobs and those
employing them. -. .. "
;0- Wi Day, tires, tines and' ac
cessorles. Has the Goodyear Jtires,
the standard of the world Mr.
Day can give yon more mileage.
Corner Com'L and Chemeketa. ()
trail: buzer visits 'U
1 SALEM SATURDAY MORN
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Mrs. Fraser is said to be the only
woman ever .selected to , design a
coin. - The total number of these
coins to be turned out Is 6,000,000
under a bill passed by congress. .
" . Mr. -Meeker ' was . .prominently
featured in the Trail-to-Rail cele
bration at Eugene, which closed
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CRITIC'S - HEART FAILS
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TAKEN FROM LAKE DEAD
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GRAND RAPIDS, . Mich., Aug.
21. (By Associated ; , Press.)--
Stuart Pratt Sherman.- 44. literary 1
editor of the New York Herald-
An automobile that stands
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Tribune and widely known literary
critic died of heart failure, today
when a canoe, occupied by himself
&l Mrs.4 Sherman, overturned. in
Lake Michigan at Galewood, sev
en miles north of Manistee, Mich.
V The ca noe was accldently over
turned and the Sherman's were
thrown into the lake. Other. boat
ers rushed to ; their rescue and
took them fro ja the water within
a, few moments. V Mr, : Sherman
was dead. His -death was attributed-;
bvl Coroner Ray Bradford to
failure. , Mrs. Sherman was
.The Sherman's had been on va
cation at the resort two weeks.
CAfJTON QUIZ JS PRESSED
IIURDEB T OF' DON B1ELLETT,
' PUBLISHER, BAH). NEAR . .
ii jCLYELAJ?ri, bhlo, Aug. -
( AP.r-f-The jnurder of Don R.
Mellett, Canton publisher; slain In
Ibe midst of a vice crusade fire
weeks ago, is near, solution. How
elLLeuck, assistant unitea states
district attorney. Insisted today.
? His assertion came, on the heels
pt bis announcement that federal
warrants- will be sought Monday
tof two Canton persons, a police
officer and detective,' on charges
ofj conspiracy - to4 violate - the pro
hibiupb law. - ,v r- :. '
-' Quality painting, botb rarnlsb.
tad laQuer work, m oar modern
equipped' - paint rhop. Washing,
greasing and . night service; tire
repairs. ; Wood' Auto Service Co.
RUDY BELIEVED SINKING
RECOVERY CHANCE POOR
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the ability of, his strong constitu
tion to fight oft the spread of the
infection. The crisis was passed
tjwjo days 'ago, and the physicians
ceased Issuing bulletins regarding
the tar's. illness. .. V-. -
The first bint of a relapse'came
with the announcement early to
day of a slight spread of the peri
tonitis, "which ' I was ' said i; by his
physicians not ' to be cause" for
alarm.' ' A bulletin early tonight
told the addition of pleurisy and
Uafter a two hour conference of
-doctors, preparation for' the blood
transfusion were made known. '
-Th.0 vphysicians were called to
the Polyclinic hospital tonight,
and' after a -consultation Issued a
bulletin saying that the screen
star had spent a very restless day.
. His temperature ; had risen to
103 2 1-10, bis pulse 120 and his
respiration 24, they V announced.
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out with appearance, reliability
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The high temperature mas believ- f
edan iBIcatlon that ha was build- ,
ln-s up rAiitanca.to further infec- -
tlon. ' y :- ;
.The Peerless Es.cry. 170 N. 5
Cont?,ercIal. Cisit&ry, cp to date.
Pros? pt delivery. Bakers for those . .
who arrreciate the best. lacreas
fatattcsi.telLthe tils. C?),
SILVER CREEK FALrAr'
f.lAY BECOME PilEu-.iVE
tlnto a natlor al part was first sug- t
gested by the Baiem tcamDer 01 j
Comerce,jwhich asked Senator Mc
Nary to use bis Influence at Wash
ington to? take up the matter with j
govco-nm-ent officials. ' - r -
Eiotb " Mr. Mather and Mr. Vr
Thqcnpson expressed regiet.in
ther . letters that ,the Dlamoid I
Laie region bad. not been addled
toCraterLake national paTk. Mr. ;
Mathers stated that the lar?w ,
ntJmher nf nummer homes and'th?
fi jh hatchery there were some 'e j ;
the principal reasons for. keeppg
it in .'the national forest. . ..
.White ". norf e Rest aurant, -362
State SW where "hundreds of peo
ple prefer to eat. All you want to
eat for less than you can eat t
home, v Quality and terries. ()
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TwIxt'Lake as! Occxa : 1
yhe largest, and cso-t rr ziX
v.crn hotel, on Tillanc
-.'Beaches " : . -
MiULTLY ; LlUUUlUi
Siirf - and" lake -bathing
boating, sea and lake fish-
: insr, clam dizinz9 hildz'zA
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