Ashland daily tidings. (Ashland, Or.) 1919-1970, June 30, 1921, Image 1

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VOLUME 2
This is a proven
A shland D aily T idings
(Successor to the Semi- Weekly Tidings.
Vol. 43.)
Pt ALARIA Germs cannot survive
- ■ three months in the rich ozone
at Ashland.
The pure domestic
water helps.
ASHLAND, OREGON, THURSDAY, JUNE 30. 1921
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DEMPSEY WORLD FAVORITE FOR WINNER
CELEBRATE WEDDING
Betting 3 to 1 For
Dempsey; Jersey City ANNIVERSARY AT
PARK
AUTO
CAMP
Excited Over Fight
2%.
RAILWAY UNION LEADERS
MEET; ANSWER WAGE CUT
Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Dean, enroute
JERSEY CITY,
June 30.—Fight fans from all over the country
are beginning to crowd the hotels here today and the city is teeming
with excitement over the Dempsey-Carpentier fight to be fought here
July 2. Nothing but fight talk is heard on the streets or in the hotel
lobbies, with the betting three to one on Dempsey as picked winner.
Dempsey will tight at 190 pounds, and Oarpentier at 172 pounds.
Work on the big stadium being built by Rickard to accomadate the
crowds, is nearly finished and the cighteen-foot
“squared circle”
is
completed. The stadium will hold 92.000 spectators. Cheaper seats
are still available. The predicted receipts total $1,600,000 with an ex-
pense of $1,000,000.
The attention of the world is riveted in Jersey City. People every­
where are watching the outcome of the fight./
Minister Busy
Tying Marital
wedding anniversary yesterday at I
the auto camp, express the senti-
Knob For Cupid
ment that “men may come and men
from Riddle. Ore., to Los Angeles,
Calif., by auto, who celebrated their
Championship Match May Be
Staged Here By Wrestlers
may go—but Lithia Park lives on
forever.” Mrs. Dean was so much
REV. EDWARDS PERFORMS THE
impressed with the park and the
Efforts Made to Get Middleweight Champ
FIRST
DOUBLE
WEDDING
conveniences of the auto camp that
she has written the following note |
HERE IN FOUR YEARS
of appreciation. addressed to the
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Ralph Hand, of Gold Hill, was in that efforts will be made to arrange
Tidings with the remark that “my I
the city yesterday under the care-1 a tussle between the winner of the
husband and I have so enjoyed our
With a double wedding yesterdayful guidance of W. E Pierson, bet- match and Miller, of Los Angeles,
,
, . ,
.
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little stry in Lithia Park that I felt i
and a third one today, Rev. Charles ter known as “Shy
arranging de- who has won laurels as the world’s,
S.
MTS.
Call
I
LOS ANGELES, Calif., June 30. the title, but Jeffries knocked him the “Muse” workin
Edwards, pastor of the Metho- tails of the coming wrestling match champion middleweight wrestler. It
—Movie Stars here all over the lot’ out in an eight round bout in San was especially pleased with the gas
mar-1 with Ted Thye of Portland at the is intended to hold the match in Ash-
are almost 100 per cent favoring Francisco on July 25, 1902. Cor- plates. The couple left this morning I dist church, is kept busy tying
tial knots for Dan Cupid, who is Chautauqua building July 4, as part land if Miller can be induced to I
Dempsey.
bett then challenged Jeffries and for California.
meet the winner of the Thye-Hand!
checking his annual list of June of the day’s entertainment planned
was knocked out in ten rounds at Dear Editor:
by the celebration committee. Pier- mat pounding.
Um writin’ this to let you know brides and grooms with astonishing
TOKIO, I June 30.—The popular : San Francisco on Aug. 14. 1903.
Hand, who started his wrestling.
sou is the promotor for the match
rapidity.
belief here is that Dempsey will win Jack -
Munroe chalelnged him but , he the way that I and Pa’s been cle-
which
he
declares
will
have
a
record
career
in 1920 at Oakland, Calif..
Miss Juanita Livingston and Wal­
our
weddin’
day
anti that there is very little money suffered the same fate after two I bratin'—cause
He
statesi
has
a
record
unmarked by defeat.
breaking attendance
come on the 29th of June,—oh— ter O. Donoughue were united in
offered on Carpentier.
rounds in San Francisco Aug. 26
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marriage this afternoon at the Me-1
1904. Jeffries retired in 1905, un-1 several years ago—and now altho
Basanta Singh, in a match staged. at i
we ain’t thodist parsonage. Mrs. Donoughue
we’re gettili' old. I'll
CAPETOWN,
June 30.
defeated.
I Gold Hill on June 10.
so slow, cause here we are a-ridin'Ps a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J
Brazil is backing Carpentier 100 per
Hand was injured at the time but
Marvin
Hart
claimed the title af- round and a-takin’ in the sights, Livingston, 1165 East Main Street, I
cent. American money on Dempsey
I
in
a return match on June 17. Hand
cannot get odds.
Both fighters are ter knocking out Jack Root in a -2 and camnn’ in your lovely park The couple will live ai the home of
threw the Hindoo for two falls. It
round bout at Reno. July 3, 1905. that’s all lit up of nights, and listen- the groom’s mother on Almond '
familiar to Brazilians.
| is thought by local sport fans that
Jeffries refereed the bout and pre- in’ to the creek a-singin‘ till we fall street.
Hand is a strong contender for the
Rev. Edwards performed a dou­
ROME, June 30.—Dempsey is a sented Hart with his title
asleep—and cookin’ on your gas
I middleweight championship.
Be-
ble wedding yesterday afternoon for
two to one favorite here.
The
Tommy Burns became the cham- plates, ain’t no smoke to
| cause of that fact a great deal of
the first time during his four years
I empsey-( ‘a rpentier light is créât- pion when he won a twenty-round | weep.
| interest is taken in the possible out-
We’ve sure enjoyed our r stay with | in Ashland. The two couples, were
I
come
encounter with The,
j you. and when we hit the track wit li I chums, Herbert E. Specht and Miss
i Fern Keeter; and A. Ross Harden
who lost, the championship to Mil­
I we're goin' to boost for Ashland—
NEW YORK. June 29.—Uncle
ler. The Original Santel), a wrest-
and
Mary
Taylor
of
this
city.
The
you, and when we hit the track.
Sam wasn’t mentioned in the agree- 1er of
national reputation, suffered
double ceremony was performed at I
FLORA HASKELI
ment, and he is not going to put on defeat
at
the hands of the Gold Hill
two o’clock yesterday afternoon.
Riddle. Oregon
-
the gloves. The closed he will get man.
Chris Sorenson, of San Fran-
a.
Both couples are Ashland young
to the ring will be the box office.
cisco; Bill Anderson, and O. Gustor-
people and will make their home in
Cuele Sim, however, is
son, of Portland; have been thro n
! this city. Mr. and Mrs. Specht left I
I get the biggest cut of the Dempsey-
by Hand at matches staged at Gold
yesterday for Seattle, Wash., on ;
He will get I Hill.
Carpentier’s money,
their honeymoon. .
more than Tex Ricard will make out j
Hand and Thye met for the first
of the show and he will get more! time in April, when Thye was de­
than Dempsey and Carpentier, with feated in a handicap match. They
out turning a hand.
were matched a second time and the
Revenue officials.
their pair wore out the mat for two hours
figures on receipts of a million dol- before the tussle was called a draw.
which seem
have it in It
after
draw match hat
black and white that Uncle Sam will | Thye was thrown by Miller.
make close to $500,000 in that one
Regularly employed by the South­
Dempsey and Carpentier, who will battle for the world’s pugilistic
PORTLAND, Ore., June 30th.— j
Saturday afternoon.
ern Pacific company, wrestling is a
Mrs. Angela Purves. daughter of
The first cut is ten per cent of the I cideline activity with Hand, who.
title July 2, as they looked when they signed for the fight.
((Special)—The route to be travel-1
Mrs. C. M. Bomar. 470 Allison st., II gross receipts. On a million dollari
ed through the state by the first
with his wife and child, makes his
La rge bout decision from Hart in Los An­
ing great public interest,
was slightly injured in an accidenti
gate that means $100.000.
trainload of settlers who are sched-
permanent
home at Gold Hill, where
numbers want Carpentier to win. geles on Feb. 23. 1906. Hart claim­
near Oakland, Calif. Saturday of
Jack Dempsey will get $340.000 he is now training.
uled to arrive from the Middle West!
but the racial pride is chiefly
ed a foul, but It was not granted.
last week, according to word receiv-
for his share. His tax will amount
on July 21st, for an inspection of
Ted Thye is expected to ¡ rrive to­
sponsible for the sentiment.
On May 7, 1907, Burns defeated
ed here. The car w
n |
the state’s agricultural resources, I
to approximately $165,000.
day
and start road work as prepar-
Jack O'Brien in a twenty-round j
around a bad curve in the mountain
was announced by the Oregon State
Georges Carpentier, having a wife atory training for the match. He
road by Mrs. E. Vargus of this city
LONDON, June 30.—England be- bout in Los Angeles and on July 4,1 Chamber of Commerce today.
and child, will not have to pay the has an enviable reputation as a
when it collided with another car
lieves that Carpentier has an even 1907, he knocked out Bill Squires
The task of arranging an itiner- coming from the opposite direction government as much income tax as wrestler.
chance and the fight interest, which in one round at Colma, Cal.
ary which would include the repre- and said to have been on the wrong the champion. From his purse of
J esse Winburn, who has a keen
was slow at first, is now at fever
Jack Johnson came into the pos- sentative districts of the state in
$240,000,
he
will
have
to
subtract
in the
the
interest in wrestling because of a
side of the road.
heat
The general public favors seession of the title when he beat limited time allowed under the
former active participation in the
The Var ■gus car was damaged to| $94,000.
Oarpentier to win. although money Burns in a twenty-round bout at homeseeker’s teket, 21 days, was an
From Tex Rickard, whose net pro-i sport, states that wresting is rapid­
the extent of about $200 in repairs.'
is quiet. It is believed here that Sydney, Australia.
Police stopped exceedingly difficult one, according
fits
may be around $150.000, Uncle ly becoming popular with the ad-
according to
1
Mr. Vargus. who was
Carpentier is the boxing marvel of the contest. Burns got $30,000, to Secretary y Quayle. The matter
Sam
will get a generous cut.
seen this morning
i
at the Automo-
vent of its instruction in prominent
the age. “Carpentier is dangerous while Johnson got $5,000, along has been under advisement since
Altogether, especially if the re- schools of the country. Mr. Win-
five Garage, where he is employed
if he can land,” said a sport follow­ with the crown. The colored fighi the Land Settlement Conference,
as a mechanic. None of the party ceipts go beyond a million dollars. burn's interest in athletics was in-
er. showing pictures of Dempsey. | er whipped Stanley Ketchell in 12 held in Portland June 7th, and ev-
suffered serious injury. Mrs. Alene which is not improbable, the
staging the Hand-Tl ye match at
‘Dempsey can’t hit /Camjentier,— I
rounds at Colma, Oct. 16, 1909, and e. y effort has been made to route Flynn was the third member of the 1 eminent will get very close to a half Ashland.
Beckett couldn’t.”
knocked out James J. Jeffries in 15 the party over the state in the most party. ,
million dollars.
rounds at Reno, July 4,.1910.
Then also the state of New Jer-1
effective way, according to Quayle.
The party left Ashland the first
The
party
will
arrive
in
Ashland
By HENRY L. FARRELL,
part of last week for Berkeley. Cal., sey which levies a ten per cent tax
After Johnson had defeated J‘m
Press
Staff
Correspondent
I
( United
us IS now visiting'on boxing, will come in for a cool
Flynn in nine rounds at Las Vegas, August 2, after a motoring trip from where Mrs.
NEW YORK. June 30.— (United July 4, 1912. he got into trouble Roseburg. They will remain in Ash­ her father, W. H. Noe, of that city. | little $100,000.
Press I.
Both Mrs. Purves and Mrs. Flynn
Figure it up and See how much
1 he Dempsey-C arpen tieiwith the government and a tourney land for dinner and all night accomo-
make
their
home
in
San
Francisco.
profit
Rickard stands to make.
battle, called the bout of a century of white heavyweights was arranged dations.
and the greatest of all times, adds in Los Angeles in 1913, Luther Mc-
ta chapter to a list ot important Carty beat Al Kaufman, Jim Flynn i
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"UNCLE SAM’S
"CUT" OF FIGHT
MONEY LARGE
MIDDLE WEST Local Woman
Figures in Auto
HERE AUG. 2
Wreck In Calif
Vining Will Have
All Day Program
Celebration Day
To and Fro
heavy weight
championships
that and Al Palzer and was proclaimed
started back in 1882.
the white champion of America. On
John L. Sullivan was the first to! May 24, 1913, at Calgary, Canada,
be considered one of the real greats J McCarty was knocked out by Arthur
of the ring. He won the title by Pelkey
McCarty collapsed in the
knocking ‘ out Paddy Ryan in nine ring and died from what the coro-
rounds at Mississippi City. Miss., ner’s jury termed a hemorrhage of
1882. He successfully de- the brain.
Feb.
fended hs crown by knocking out
Gunboat
Smith won the title from
Jake Kilrain in a seventy-five round Pelkey in
fifteen rounds at San
Miss., on July 8. Francisco on Jan. 1. 1914.
battle at Richbur
1889. It was the last fight with
Jess Willard then came along and
bare knuckles.
being proclaimed the white hope,
Figured without a chance. James he was matched with Jack Johnson,
J. Corbett, a bank clerk, gave one still world’s heavy weight champion.
of the first proofs of the merits of Willard won the world's champion­
brains and science against brawn ship by knocking out the negro at
and brute strength when he won the Havana, April 5. 1915.
championship from Sullivan Sept. 7.
After a sensational string of short
1892, in a twenty-one round fight in
knockout victories. Jack Dempsey |
New Orleans. Corbett defended his
was matched with Willard by Tex
title against Charlie Mitchell in a
Rickard.
They met in Toledo, i
Jacksonville.
three-round f
Ohio, an July 4, 1919. Dempsey
Jan. 25. 1 894.
knocked Willard down seven times
After defeating Peter Maher ini
I in the first round and won the title
one round in Mexico in 1896. Bob
when Wiilard failed to answer the
Fitzsimmons came along then and |
bell for the fourth round.
won the title from Corbett after 14
rounds in Carson City. Nevada, on
March 17, 18 9 7. He held the crown $$@0009909%9 $9
until June 9. 1899, when he was • SAN FRANUISCU MARKETS «
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in an eleven round fight at Coney 1
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SAN FRANCISCO, June 30— Fol-
On the same battleground. Jeff-¡lowing are market quotations:
fries beat Tom Sharkey in a twenty
Eggs 34 %.
five round fight on Nov. 3, 1899.
Hens 25.
Fitzsimmons challenged again for, Broilers 31-35.
MISS THELMA HERR TO SCAT
ER ROSES OVER PARADE
I ROM PANGBORN’S PLANE
An all day and continuous pro­
gram will be the order of the day
at Vining’s theatre, July 4.
special
and
a
attractions,
Buster
The
"‘Snowblind"
Keaton
comedy.
Hard Luck,” will be shown at
STRIVE TO PREVENT
A NATIONAL TIEUP
OfTRANSPORTATION
CHICAGO,
III.,
Juno
30.—
Railroad union leaders are pour-
ing into Chicago from all over the
nation to consider steps to be tak-
en following the event of the 12
per cent
railway
wage cut of
employees
2,000,000
effective
to-
morTOW.
The union leaders are expected
to answer the United States rail-
road
board
slashing
from
their
$ 100,000,000
action
annually
the payroll of the workers.
The preventing
nation’s
tieup in the
transportation and the
holding of the men in line are th:
big
problems
confronting
the
leaders.
B. M. Jewell, president of the
railway department of the Ameri-
can Federation of Labor, warned
the membershiy of his organiza-
tion against walking out without
authority and that by doing so,
they might as well tea
union card” in
the Big Four
railroad brother hoods and labor
heads vote to accept or reject the
cut. In the case of a rejection a
referendum will be taken. La-
bor leaders are attempting to pre-
sent a solid front.
PICK 'EM FOR
OTHERS DOT NOT
FOR HIMSELF
LOS ANGELES, June 30—Martha
understand' the
principles of advertising, nor how un­
pleasant misdirected publicity can
be.
Benjamin W. Padley, Martha’s hus-
band, thinks so at least. Benjamin
runs a matrimonial agency.
Martha is suing him for divorce.
Not only that, but she is telling the
world the things Benjamin doesn’t
know about matrimony.
It’s all being threshed out in Judge
J. Perry Wood’s divorce court, a set-
ting not new to either Benjamin or
Martha,
They were divorced once
before. That was immediately after
the police had locked up Benjamin’s
love brokerage office on complaint
of neighboring tenants, and incar-
cerated its proprietor and several of
his too-affectionate clients for a time.
The Padley’s however, remarried,
and once more the marrige-to-order
shingle was hung out on Benjamin’s
doorstep.
All would have been well, prob­
ably, if Mrs. Padley had not over­
heard her spouse make an untimely
not to say tactless, remark to the
effect that while he could pick ’em
for other people all right, he’d cer­
tainly made a poor choice in the mat­
rimonial grab bag himself.
A. Padley doesn’t
Returns From University —
the performances which will start
Harold Simpson, state university
student, is working in his father's
hardware store while his brother
Glen is attending the 'American Le-
gioii reunion at Eugene.
Harold
will remain in Ashland the greater
part of the summer. George Stan-
na rd, Ashland student pursuing stu-
dies at Los Angeles, is another
Nt w School Teacher—
homecoming addition to the large
Among members of the class of educational colony summering here-
1921, Oregon Agricultural College, abouts.
who have received appointments for
teaching positions for the forthcom- ♦
ing school year, Mrs. Louise Ham- »
THE Chautauqua offers a
mond, of Corvallis, and Dorothea
FREE Musical Program at the
Abraham of Roseburg, will be con-J
AUDITORIUM tonight with the
nected with the Ashland schools.
Thelma. Throne, of Ashland has ♦ PRESENTATION of Madame
been assigned to McMinnville.
Tracey
at 10 o’clock in the morning and
last until midnight.
Miss Thelma Herr has been se-
lected to accompany Lieut. Clyde
Pangborn in his flight over the
parade, and scatter roses along
the line of march.
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