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PAGESIX . ' -THE CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. OREGON WEDNESDAY, JULY 5, Mt
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Michigan City, Ind., July E
By Associated Press.) Check of
the attendance at the lightweight
championship contest between
Denny Leonard, title holder, and
Itocky Kansas ot Buffalo, N. Y.,
yesterday showed today that the
crowd was Just above 10,000,
with receipts of $69,830. While
no officials announcement whb
made, It was reported Leonard got
25,000 for scoring his eighth
round technical knockout over the
Duffalo challenger and Kansas re
Leonard, with Billy Gibson, hie
manager, left today for New York
to prepare for his championship
engagement with Lew Tendler,
the Philadelphia lightweight, to
be decided at Jersey City July 27.
Kansas, badly upset by his de
feat will return home tonight.
He planned to have an X-ray pic
ture made today of his broken
arm. The arm was encased In
splints after two physicians ex
amined the injury, said to "have
been suffered In the third round
when Kansas blocked a fast right
hand chop by Leonard.
Leonard in action yesterday
looked like a finely trained ath
lete. He did not make a false move
and was master of Kansas from
the start. He boxed with amazing
kill and his footwork was per
fect. He hit sharply and with as
"He is the gamest lightweight,"
said Leonard of Kansas. "If It lx
true bis arm was broken, his
gnmeness 1 all the more remark
Kansas was humiliated because
his manager. Dun Rogers, tossed a
sponge Into the ring In the eighth
round. He was all In as he tell
Into Rogers' arms after standing
up two minutes and 27 seconds of
the eighth round under a hurrl
cane fuBlllade of Leonard's rights
and lefts. He protested because
the contest was stopped.
"I could not Btand to see a game
felli,v like Kansas get punched
when he did not have full use of
both arms," Rogers said. "It wax
the merciful thine to do."
ivansas, oieeumar and groggy
from a series of wicked hooka to
the jaw, was helpless before Leon
ard. His arms were hanging and
he was not capable of defending
himself. It was only a question of
Leonard hitting him a solid smash
to send him to the mat, but the
sponge fell Into the ring without
knockdown having boon scored.
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CARE OF VETERAN
France eeems worse hit than
Gen-many by the failure of the
Seattle, Wash., July 6. Graves
of soldiers who were formerly
members of the Slrst division will
be taken rare of, not only for
brief period while the glamor of
war heroes and their deeds are
still In the minds of Its members
but In perpetuity, according to
members of the Ninety-first Di
vision association, who intend
placing the matter directly before
their body when they meet In Se
attle, August 19, In tbelr annual
While this work is being car
rled out, In a measure, by the
boys now. It Is being done Indl
virtually and not officially. It is
the purpose of the originators of
the movement to see that regular
appointees shall see to the' graves
at all times, paying special atten
tion to the ones that are receiving
attention from no other sources.
Plans are being considered to
ward the selection of men on this
position of honor, it to be held by
them as long as the duty is ably
performed or until they ask to be
relieved for whatever reason.
In furtherance of the plans, it
Is the wish ot the originators of
the scheme to place a resolution
before the body when It nvpeu)
asking any and all soldiers who
visit Europe at any time to multe
It part ot their Itinerary to visit
the cemeteries of French where
American dead Is Interred.
Road bonds to the amount of
$160,000 were sold by Grant
county last week at par and a pre
mium of $27. The bonds draw 6
per cent Interest.
Woman Candidate Does Own Housework
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Mrs., Peter Olescm, nominated on the Demcomtic ticket In Min
nesota for the United States Senate, is not so much of a politician
thM she leaves her husbnd to do the .house wort. The photographer
found heir, right after she was euceasful in the primaries, with a
broom In hor hand, keeping the Oleson home epic and span.
Pittsburgh 4-0; Chicago 8-8.
St. Louis 9-6; Cincinnati 11-5
New York - Brooklyn;
Philadelphia 3-1; New York
Chicago 5-3; St. Louis 3-5.
Washington 8-2; Boston 4-0.
Detroit 2-4; Cleveland 4-11.
Sacramento 0-3; Vernon 4-2.
Seattle 6-3; Los Angeles 4-0.
Portland 6-3; San Francisco
Oakland 2-0; Salt Lake 0-2.
Canton Ohio. Carl Tremaine,
Cleveland bantamweight, defeated
Jabez White, Albany, In 12 fast
Santa Barbara. Charles Pad
dock, California's sprinter, made
five new world track records.
FIELD MARSHAL'S MURDER STIRS BRITAIN.
Wichita. Rjilph Hepburn, Los
Angeles, won the 300-mile nation
al motorcycle race from a field of
Tacoma. Jimmy Murphy won
the 250-mile speedway classic,
covering the distance at the rate
of 97.6 miles an nour.
Butte. Frank Murphy, Denver
welter, won decision over Joe Si-
monlch, Butte, in 12 rounds.
Juarez. Tony Caponl, New
York, and Frankie Monroe, Los
Angeles, fought 15 rounds to a
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Britain was stirred as it had not been In recent years by the as
sassination of Field Marshall Sir Henry Wilson, former Chief of Stat:
of the British army, shot down in front of his London home by two
men. It was reported Irish extremists were responsible, as Sir
Henry had been In favor of a "mailed fist" in handling the Irish sit
BY JAP ROYALTY
Tokio, July 6. (By Associated
Press.) Japanese royallty this
morning received Secretary of the
Navy Edwin Denby and visiting
members of the Annapolis class ot
1881 and their wives in an audi
ence at the imperial palace.
Charles Beecher Warren, Amer
ican ambassador to Japan, pre
sented Secretary Denby, Senator
O. E. Weller of Maryland, Admir
al Joseph Strauss, commander of
the American Asiatic fleet, and 36
other men of the party to the Te
gent, Crown Prince Hirohito. The
Empress Sadako then received
wives of members ot the party, 30
In number, who were presented
by Mrs. Warren, wife of the am
bassador. The audience was quite inform
al. The regent exchanged a few
words wtlh Secretary Denby and
Senator Weller and the empress
spoke briefly to Secretary and
Mrs. Denby and to Senator Weller.
The others simply approached the
royal personage in the usual way,
in accordance to their rank and
backed away without speaking.
After the imperial audience,
members of the Denby party were
entertained at luncheon by Baron
Shlmpei Goto, mayor of Tokio,
then drove to Akasaka palace,
where Baron Nobuaki Maklno,
crown member of the house ot
peers, entertained at tea on be
half of the imperial family.
The regent will leave July 6 for
Pokaldo. He will not sign the
Washington treaties, ratified July
1 by the privy council until the
other contracting powers are
ready to do so.
Two great highways border this homesite. The
tide of home building is flowing strongly this way.
Such prices, values considered, will never be offered
again in Salem.
Geographical center of the city center of home
building activity center of interest for Salem home-builders.
TARRISII GROVE, on North Mill Creek and Capitol Street, the
choicest tract of land available for homes in Salem, thrown on the
market at low prices for quick sale.
Building restrictions same as in The Oaks Addition
nothing shoddy or distasteful to a
residence district permitted.
Prices include the paving at once of two streets
through the center of the tract a 50-foot street nortli
and south and a 40-foot street east and west with
sidewalks and curbs complete. (Shade Street and
Park Street in plat.) Paving to be concrete, to con
form to city specifications and to be completed in
ample time for use of purchasers.
Bids for paving, walks and curbs are invited now.
Lowest responsible bidder gets the job. Usual guar
antees of responsibility and good faith required.
Paving to be twenty feet wide on each street.
Parking on Shade street 10 feet and on Park street
5 feet, (The names given these streets here are for
convenience only. They may be changed if desired).
This tract is particularly well located for a number
of special uses and if sold as a whole purchaser will
save expense of contemplated improvements, also
cost of subdivision and handling. Any so interested
should act promptly.
This announcement will appear bdt once and prices
quoted will prevail for 30 days only.
LAf-T CR SON srflf
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R. A. HARRIS, Agent
624 N. Capital Street Phone 1942J
Prices are net and cover all improvements. Lots south of
Park Street are in the beautiful oak grove. Every lot priced with
special consideration as to size, frontage, location and natural
The Lots, Their Dimensions
The numbers correspond to those on the plat.
1 75x100 $1400.00
2 75x100 including house 4750.00
3 66x100 J3Q0.0O
4 66x100 -- - 1150.00
- 567 foot front x 100 1300.00
6 SOxiOO '. 800.00
7 50x100 650O0
8 50xlo ; 8oo.OO
9 50x100 900.00
10- 50x100 800 00
11- 50x100 soo.oo
12 - 60 foot front x 100 700.00
13- 50x100 .'J . 7oo'oo
14- 50x100 55o.0o
15- soxioo 70000"
16- 50xioo : 800 oo
17- 50x100 700.00
18- 50x100 .., 7000Q
19- 75 foot front x 164 . 1200 00
20- 64x150 - - -.. 750.00
21- 64xl5. 850.00
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centTermS' h3lf CaSh; balanCe in three I at six per