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MUTT AND JEFF.-Spivis Cashes In On Jeffs Clever Idea.-By Bud Fisher.
(Copyright, 1920. by H. C. Fisher. Trade Mark Kes. t
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Portland, Or., Apr. J2. Fred Ful
ton, Minnesota heavyweight boxer, re--!veil
the doc'rlon here last night In
Cli sixi h round or his schedule ten
round bout ttKiiimtt Jurk Thompson,
Tulsa. Oklu., negro, when the latter
went down twice, partly from blows
mi.) partly from exhaustion.
r'tilton hit Thompson with a left
honk which w'as hardly more than a
shove, according to newspaper writer,
mill the nt'Kro went down for a count
of el?ht. He Rot up and I unwed wildly
at his opopnent, hut mitred nnd fell
tu 'he floor once morewhere he stay
ed apparently exhausted. Only ones,
at the start of the third round, lld the
Chlcuuoan furnish Fulton nny severe
oppoiiilion. Hushing from his corner
lie landed a right crotn to Kullnn Jaw
winch momentarily staitnered the Mln
liesntaii. I 'ii I Ion quickly recovered.
"Tiny" Herman, Taeonm heavy
wcltfht, knocked out "Mexican Jo"
Lawson, New Vork, 1S5 pound neitro,
in the aeeonil round of a scheduled
ten round flht In the eml wlndun
Alight chop to the chin turned the
Joe ilorrnnn, Portland fenther-
wcluht, knocked out H'rank Peter of
battle in the third round of n sched
uieii nx round fistht. A rlglit cross
to Pete chin put him out.
Johnny Noye. Bt. Paul IlKhlweliiht
fooRht a six round draw with Muft
JUonson uf Portland, k
Ulrl Meeker and Henry Krlcger,
Portland weltenveiKhts, founht a four
to meet Mortimer Brown of l o o.,
the northwest college title holder, on
Coast League Scores
In Delegates Race
Helena, Mont. Chief Interest In
the state presidential preferential
primary election in Montana April 23
centers in' the republican race for
j presidential endorsement. Petitions
have been filed In behalf of five can
didates tor the republican nomination,
while no democratic presidential can
didates have entered the race.
The only democratic candidacy for
national honors is that of Governor
8am V. Stewart, whose name has
been entered for the vlce-preBldentlal
The republican presidential can
didates are Warren O. Harding, Ohio;
Herbert C. Hoover, California; Hiram
V. Johnson, California; Leonard
Wood, New York, nnd Frank O. Low
An added complication has risen In
the republican primaries through the
filing of petitions for eight candidates
for delegates to the republican na
tional convention, all pledged to vote
for the nomination of Senator John
son. The state election law requires
that national convention delegates
shall subscribe to an oath to "faith
fully carry out the wishes of his po
litical party as expressed by its vot
ers at the time of the election."
There are 1 other candidates for
delegate to the republican national
convention and 21 candidates for del
ogutu to the democratic nutlonul con
vention. The democrats have four
candidates for presidential elector but
only three republicans filed for this
office. It Is expected another will be
selected by the Voters - . wiitlng his
mime on the ballots.
Tho state pYimatles, t which state
and county officers will be nominated
will be held August 24.
A View From the Journal Window
H. 11. K.
Niu l iunclsco : 3 9 1
Britttle 2 7 1
Bent and Agnew; Oury and Adam.
Bait iJike 0 7 2
Oakland 3 (I o
Kelger, Hiomley and llylerj Krituse
(tacruinenttt ..,......, " : 8 K 2
Vernon ; II 4 j
Cooper, Horwedge, Kunts, Tenner
nnd Brining; Bchellenbaclt nnd Bnlll
Portland-Los Angeles game en
For Aggie Games
rite J. Pluvius
Old Jupiter V, has ordered another
two day uoatlon for the Itenrcat base
ball squad, but In spite of this the team
will be In shape for the O. A. C.
games Friday and Saturday If the field
Is In condition for playing. The men
have been working out In the gym.
keeping their nrms in shape. There
will very likely he practice today. The
only consolation Is that It is raining
Just as hard and often at Corvnllls nnd
the team there Is Just as badly hnniU
capped si are the Bearcats. The track
squad l working in spite of tiie mud.
and all of the men will be In irond mii.
dltton for the tiilerelass meet Monday
msht. Only eight weeks remain for
tile truck and bam hull teams, and they
are anxious to get started. Tennis Is
Hlno on the bliuK. but even so Moodhe.
lust year's champ, has iiiaiutged to get
(n wood shape, aad hopes fur a chance
In Thirty -Eight
i Busanvllle, Cal, When George Tre-
malll, a soldier from Lassen eountv.
wits caught In the fire of a German
machine gun nest nt the battle of the
Argonne, he received thirty-eight sep
arate wounds, twenty being of a ser
Tremnln fell nnd ImsVi the trim ml
In an exposed posltioX for twelve
hours before being rescued. Vhin fin.
ally Carried to a field huaidtnl bis In-
Juries were pronounced fatal and for
woeKs ne hovered near to death In
hospitals in France.
The amputation of both I PITA VArA
anticipated for heart ya year, but
healing was finally accomplished and
now ne can walk with the aid of
Tremnln was trnilttil to
here from I.etterm an irpnprnl hfiunli,.!
il few days ago to visit his parents.
Seattle's library rouorts thnt in nan
books were "borrowed" last year nnd
not returned. On a smaller scale, we've
had the same trouble.
' Head or! thisF O
;rt best trtaudK
To the tourist, thougn sated with
scenery, the Willamette Valley is
superb. From the Columbia river up
the Willamette to its source Is a Jour-
I nt-j iiihi is gnu-iiKe ior sparKiing
ueauiy ana royal grandeur, uregon,
within the Willamette Valley, is the
show state in the union. It is a
kindergarten, doll house, compared
with the much talked of California.
But of all the beauty, no part of the
state surpasses that portion of the
Valley from Hopewell up to the west
approach of the Sulem bridge on the
Polk county side of the rivet. It Is
the land of flowers and blossoms, and
for ten miles or more on either side
of the well made macadam road, nt
this time of the year, are acres and
acres of blossoms viewed by hundreds
of admirers who pass that way-daily.
Oregon smiles ut the Ignorance of
her neighbors regarding her re
sources. Most easterners think that
they have seen Oregon when they
dip into it from the north across the
Columbia, where fences are made of
rocks. Others go further nnd peep
at the picturesque scenery along the
Columbia Highway, or down the river
to the sea side, or over the hills to the
great farms stretching out like rib
bons from the mountains. Hut in
neither case does the traveler visit"
Oregon. Only when he "sees the
mammoth orchards decorated with
blossoms or fruitH. and the great
fields of grain ano healthy vegeta
tion, has Oregon been even glimpsed.
On the great peach farm of Senator
A. M. LuFollette pink blossoms which
in former years adorned the trees, are
notably scarce this season by reason
of the frigid climatic conditions last
winter. Last season Mr. iJiFollette
gathered 18,000 boxes of peaches
from this orchard In the Mission Bot
toms. He estimates that the yield
this year will not exceel three hun
dred boxes. Conditions are practic
ally the same at the Bent Jones farm
and other peach farms In that vicin
ity. The trees have not been killed,
but will not yield much this year.
On the west side of the river, nt the
Junior LaFollette's farm, the grower
Is more optimistic. He estimates that
his crop will bo above the overage
farmer in that section of the county.
Senator LaFollette planted the first
commercial loganberry farm In Ore
gon, he stated, having received the
plants from the Judge Logan farm to
moke the start. From the few roots
planted years ago a vast berry yard
has developed. This. like the
peaches, has been temporarily dam
aged, but not to the extent rf some
yards In the Valley, and he estimates
a fairly good crop of berries this sea
son considering the conditions.
While the severe cold in Janaury
damaged peaches and berries, grow
ers whd ure supposed to be authority
claim that other varieties of fruit will
be abundant this fall. Especially is
this true In the Mission Bottoms and
on the west aide of the river, where
are found some of the largest orch
ards in the state.
To Give Banquet -Friday
A banquet, at which about 15 dele
gates from the Marion county com
munity federation will be present,
will be staged in the basement of the
Methodist Episcopal church, State
and Church streets, at .six o'clock Fri
day evening by the Salvation army, it
was announced today. The coming
campaign in Marlon county for Sal
vation army relief will be conducted
with the aid of the Marion county
community federation, and plans for
the participation of this organization
In the movement will be discussed at
the banquet. Speakers will deliver five
minute talks during the evening.
The campaign in this county for the
Salvation army will be unique In that
it will be conducted entirely by young
men and ex-service men. Kach bus
iness man In the city will be asked
to lend the aid of one of his best sales
men to work with the campaigners.
Receipts of the banquet Friday will
be given to Lausanne hall.
L'pshaws overalls brigade.
Appearing in blue denim trousers,
I the bottoms of which were rolled well
up above their high heelep pumps,
the young women created something
of a sensation and had a large fol
lowing as they tripped gaily along
the corridors. The drabness of the
uniforms was relieved by multi-colored
silk waists and silk stockings.
"It's a horrifying spectacle," chor
used a dozen Daughters of the Am
erican Revolution, as their sight see
ing trip through the big office build
ing was interrupted by the crowds
following the young secretaries.
Staff And Patrons
Deftly Don Denims
The Bligh hotel
all headquarters" Wednesday when
that garment became the most con-
Fair Maidens At
Capital Don Denim
Washington, April 21. The staid
house office building was given i
touch of Jazz today by six younir wo
men secretaries who enrolled as the
newest recruits- In Representative
Kidney, liver, bladder and uric acid
troupes are most dangerous be
cause of their insidious attackx
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that they need attention by taking
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disorders, will often ward off thM dii
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m sects mm
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FINDS MAGNESIA WATER
A FINE STOMACH REMEDY
It Neutralizes the Dangerous Acids in Stomach That Scur
the Food Form Cas and rause Dyspepsia and Indi
gestion. A Simple Treatment Easily Prepared at
Sli diial authorities ctnte that near
ly nine tenths of the cause of stomach
trouble, Indigestion, sourness, burning
gas. bloating, nausea, etc., are dnt to
on excess t,f hydrochloric add in the
stomach nnd not, as wmif believe, to
lack of digestive JuiK's,' When your
Rtomach generates'too much acid, the
food you eat quickly fennonts and he
free from acid until the work of dl
KestUm h is been performed naturally
and without pain. Thus Jt enable the
stomach to do Its own work of diges
tion without artificial aid.
Magnesia water can best be pre
par..l with ordinary Ttlaiirated Mag
nesia, either powder or tablets, which
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come, a sour, burning, undl- time, from almost any druggist. Mix
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my that every stomach suffers knows of warm or hot water and drink
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In euch cases and may do real harm . U.r-h time f,d m,!v n need! for a
Try laving aside pepsin pills or other sinule drink, ltv ait means insist on
1iK.-st!v! aids for awhile. mt Inat.i.d and use Risurated Mrt,.l. .ki..k i.
mnke it a rule to drink a Kl.,s ,.f rcflnod frm f Magnesia com
warm or hot magnesia water elVr lOUnd esoeclally prepared for this
eating. Magnesia water, which cm : purpose. Magnesia water Is a pl,.ns.
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rifle fic'l ren.li'r h.i em .-$ fl,t u!
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"7i is a Studtbaker Year"
MARION AUTOMOBILE CO.
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spicuous article of attire in the office
and lobb A. Austin Chishold, man
ager of the hostelry, r. "77, Jobelrnan
night clerk and Frank Wellman, clerk
pro tern have adopted neat appearing
suits of olive colored denim. "Serv
icable and comfortable," observed
James S. Steward, who is a euest
at the Ellgh, also donned the eco
nomical clothing. Mr. Steward is cam
palgn chairman In Marion county for
Hiram Johnson. Many guests at the
Bligh have pledged themselves to
purchase no clothing, except denim.
Get Higher Pay
Medford. Or Inrii oi . . .
, , , ' , ".-" m last
nights council meeting the firemen,'
ponce ana other city employes were
granted a raise of $15 peJ -
while the citv tre.,. ... .:
corder were given a raise of 11 D
.month. The action wa, col
.necessary m orw t i. .. i
ent employe, who have been ,11
ing an avrage of from $85 in thTi
and police departments to Jl's i!
of f tc rto. in ij,.
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Enemy of hhm
It Improves any man's h.nv
quit tobacco If he Pan ABOa na V. .
ful craving that usually attend.
ting without such assistance as Nio.
tol gives. Did vou ever .
cough? Try Nicotol In getting rid t(
... naou ana see how quick
ly the cou?h win hi-, ,.,- , . .
I," , """i'ii' nicorn
Is dispensed by most good druggi
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All men know Brunswick stand
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Formulas, fabrics and standards
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To ascertain what eacK maker
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