Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, March 18, 1914, Page PAGE FOUR, Image 4

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    DAILT CAPITAL JOUXHAL, IAXJOC, OlSdOM, WEDNESDAY, MABCH 18, 1911
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Opa Ranges
Are accorded U due to the superior quality and con
struction of this justly popular range. The Opal Range
is a coast-made range, being built by one of the oldest
stove making concerns in the west This fact alone is
responsible for the low price at which they are sold.
You have no eastern freight to pay when you buy an
Opal Range, and the quality throughout is superior to
other ranges sold at a much higher price. We invite
you to call and inspect this range, and let us show you
where it differs from other ranges. Prices range from
$27.50 up
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TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIP
IS IN BY JAY GOULD
American Amateur Defeats Covey, of
England, Carrying Off Honors in
Three of Four Sets.
BRILLIANT PLAT OF GOULD ,
EXCITES MUCH ADMIBATION
Exports Who Witnessed Contest Declare
American's Performance Has Nev
er Been Equaled,
UNITED rREHS LEiSED WIRE. ;
Philadelphia, March 18. Outplaying
his professional opponent at every an
gle of the game, Jay Gould, the Amer
ican amateur champion, here today won
the world's court tennis championship
from Ooorgo F. Covey, of England. Ex
perts who witnessed the contest say
Gould 'a play has never been equaled.
Gould won four straight sets from
the Englishman Monday. Many thought
Covey had "something up his sleeve"
for today'B series, but if ho did it failed
to materialize and was lost sight of
by tho brilliant play of his American
opponent.
Oould only needed to take thrco sets
todav to win the championship. He
swept the Englishman off his feet in
the first two, winning hands down.
Covey won the third set, but Gould
CBino right back and took tho series and
the championship by tho fourth sot, 61
I JABS AND JOLTS
ENGLISHMAN HAS RIVERS OUT
POINTED IN EVERY ROUND OF
CALIFORNIA BATTLE.
The following real estate transfers
wnro filed with tho county recorder
yesterday:
H. C. JIarrritt, et vir., to C. E. John
son, et ux., part of lot II, block 1, Wil
lamette addition, flO. '
F, W. Rchwndor, et ux., to Zeno
Be.wali, lot 15 to 'JO, block (I, Snyder's
addition, Aurora, $10. I
J. M. Wadsworth, et ux., to T. F. '
Miles, 100x150 feet, section 30, t 9 s,
r 3 e, $10.
P. Oeoloii to Alice Sprogis, et a!.,
land in t 3 s, r 2 w, $1.
P. Btt Hill, et ux., to a H, HelUel,
S acred, sen 11, t 9 s, r 1 w, $1.
J. I. Ronno to N. L. Kelly, 50x125
foot, Htayton, $10.
W. A. Wise, et ux., to U F. Ross,
tract 1.1, Wiso Acres, 10.
11. C. llarritr, et vir., to C. H. "Vick,
part lot 2, block A, Salem, (10.
F. L. Scott, et ux,, to 8. A. MeFad
den, et ux., lot 11, block 2, (jueon
Anne addition, (-000,
Otto llnslng, et ux., to J. A. Haning,
lots 7, S and M, block 1,1, Scotta Mills,
1.
Bertha Duke to .1. P. Keller, lot 9,
Mock 1, Donald, $10.
V. E. Sturglss, et ux,, to O. E. pay
by, et ux., lots .1 to 8, block 1, Merrl
field addition, Aunisville, $10.
Bert Uobison, et ux., to K. E. Unit,
out brant VI sec, 2, t 8 , r t o.
for divorce, nnd Unit. she. is seeking a
separation in order to bo enabled to
mmrry a mini by tho namo of Clureneo
Duiistroin, with whom sho has recently
become infatuated, Tho defendant it 1 -so
nlleKcs in his answer that tho plain
tiff has acknowledged to him that sho
has beeu unlawfully intimate with ,l;lck
Ryan.
The defendant auks that tho com
print be disinificd and that ho be
grunted tho divorce and custody of two
minor children.
MANY DRESSMAKERS QUIT
WORK IN NEW YORK
ENTRIKEN BAYS DIVORCE ACTION
BROUGHT BY WirE TO PAVE
WAY TOR NEW HUSBAND.
InNiTto i'sess i hi sno wim.)
New York, March 18. Of about 5000
members of tho Misses' and Children's
1'ressmakers' union, mostly women,
who wore reported at tho point of
striking, nearly 2000 left their employ
ment yesterday. About 100 of tho
smaller manufacturers are affected. No
disorder resulted.
Tho strike order so far affects only
those institutions in which no agreo
monts between employers and employes
have been made and which are known
as "independent" and "unorganized"
shops, H is understood, however, that
the union also has a grievance ivgainst
(he "associated shops" and has threat
ened to call out its members if the
claims of tho workers are not settled
by the arbitration board.
Tho demands ninde by the. union on
tho independent and unorganized shops
are that they (.hall agree to employ
only union meoigers, grant a new wage
scale and better working conditions.
The organization, issning the striko or
der has about 150,000 members and is
affiliated with the International I.i
dies' Garment Makers' union.
tONITKD 1'IIKSS 1.EASE0 WUIB.)
Los Angeles, March IS. Clearly out
pointing his opponent in every round,
Freddie Welsh, lightweight chnmpioi
of England, won an easy victory in a
twenty-round boxing contest from Jeo
Rivers of Los Angel'-s at the Vernon
arena yesterday. Kxeept for ono of
two rushes when he swung wildly, Riv
ers contented himself with dodging nn 1
clinching the Englishman.
Welsh opened tho battle as soon us
the gong sounded, lie kept Rivers in
the glare of the son and worried him
will his quick punch and lively foot
work. In tho fifth round Referee ('has.
Ihton cautioned Rivers about using his
elbow on Welsh's bodv in a clinch.
All the way to the final round, Welsh
forced tho fighting nnd kept Rivers
guessing as to whete he would next
land, but the Britisher's blows hnd
little effect on the Mexican lad. In
the thirteenth round, Rivers rnllud
with ono of his old time rushes. and
forced Welsh through the ropes, but
tho latter was too quick for Rivers,
who failed to land any damaging blows.
From that time on till tho coiichmi in
of the final round Welsh proved a warv
and elusive antagonist. Several times
Rivers attempted to laud a dangerous
left hook, but Welsh easily sidesteppel
to safety. Hoth boys showed remark
able ability to assimilato punishment
throughout tho contest and neither
showed any ill effects at tho finish
When a fighter doesnt' swing the busy
hammer
On the fellow picked to referee the
fight,
He is always surj to raise a lot it
clamor
Over weight and purse and every
thing in sight.
When it comes to showing temp'rament
artiBtic,
He can put a prima donna on the run.
If you pause and think on matters
pugilistic,
The promoter's lot 1b not a happy one.
Connie Mack is the world's cham
pion baseball manager, but we never
heard him threaten to call off a game
unless be could pick his own umpire.
He waa a second Tyros Cobb
At fielding he was on the job,
At bat he was a hummer.
He was a whale in early spring,
And ('twas a most peculiar thing)
He kept right on all summer.
The scribe who wantonly broke
Mathcwson's arm with one swoop of
bis typewriter must have had an early
training ag a war correspondent.
The report that Frank Chance was
walloped on the head with the ball
indicates that he is batting in his old
time form.
Those German athletes are wise .'n
training for the Olympic games on a
cheese diet. There is plenty of
strength in cheee.
It is needless to say that the Cubs
bad a dark brown taste after being
floored by 19 Rickeys.
Beating the Cubs with a lot of St,
Louis substitutes is what might be
called tho dernier cri in the art of rub'
bing it in.
Out of consideration for the feelings
of Mr. Gilmore, who was deeply dis
appointed in New York, Ping Bodie
has quit making threats to jump to
tho Feds.
Who wears a smile of deep delight
When baseball magnates start to fight
And scatter money left and right t
Tho fan.
Who is it chortles in lii glee.
When magnates hold a spending bee,
And squander money fast and free?
Tho inn.
llur wlien the cruel war is done,
And fortunes have been lost and won
Who is it pays for all the fun?
The fan.
Who pays the lofty salaries
To players l'rc-li from foreign ens,
Likewise, who pays the lawyers' fees'
The saino person.
The defendant in the divorce suit of
Hadie V. Eutrikeu agiunst K.mmett W.
Kntriken, recently commenced In the
fircult court, today filed an answer to
the roinpluiut, in which he makes many
counter charge, and asks that he. lr
alwarded a decree of serration, and the
custody of minor daughters, the lsso
of the marriage,
Mrs. Entriken asked for a Reparation
on the grounds of cruel and liihuiiian
tivatnieat. In his answer filed today,
the defendant avers that the pluintiff,
hortlf aftr marriage, failwl to ro
pond to his loving disposition; that shs
vrai not sincere when she instituted Suit
UNITY OF POWER
means economy of
TIME
ENERGY
SPACE
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JOURNAL WANT ADS
MANTELL AND WEEKS DRAW.
(united rsKsa tiAsao wins.)
Vancouver, It. l, -March IS. Frank
Mautell of Sncramcui'o, California, Can
adinn middleweight champion, and Hil
ly Weeks of Vancouver, battled fifteen
furious rounds to a draw at tho Steven
son arena lust night. Weeks boxel
clcverlv but in tho clinches Mautell wa
superior, lliddy Hishop of Tucoina ref
creed.
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BALL PLAYERS SAVE TOWN.
(IINITKO 1'llKSS LEASED WI11E 1
liovcs Springs, Cul., March 18.
l'.uscliull players of the Sun Francisco
team of the Const league ami the Sp-o-kane
team of the Northwestern league
varied the monotony of their sprint;
training here by saving the town from
destruction by fire. At that, damage
amounting to .t2.",0"'l waa done. The
firo swept n block of downtown build
ings, including the postoffiee and ex
presB office, and burned five summer
residences.
LAUNCHING IN APRIL.
TlINITED 1-XKBB IEABSD W1HIJ.1
London, March 18. lit is expected
that Sir Thomas Lipten's Shamrock IV,
hallenger for the American cup, will
be launched the end of April. She will
lraw thirteen feet, nine inches. The
center board will drop teu feet, giving
a total draught of nearly twuity four
feet.
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THOSE WHO WILL ATTEND THE
PRESS BANQUET SATURDAY
SHOULD TELL BYNON ABOUT IT.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Barber have gone
to Scuttle on a vicit.
Miss Lena Terry of Portland is n
guest at tho Hligh hotel.
V. A. Morton of Seattle is registered
nt the Hotel Marion today.
G. .'. Murris of Portland was a busi
ness visitor hero yesterday.
,T. W. Fulcher of Portland is reg
istered at the Mario.1 today.
('. P. Slndo of Silvcrtou was stopping
at the Hotel Marion yesterday.
Douglas C. Wimple, of Forest Grov,
is in tho city today on business.
Mrs. J. C. Tulbot, of Falls City, wns
in the city yesterday for a short time.
.luck Rodman, a prominent Eugene
realty man, wns here on business vo
day. ,7ames Feller, a prosperous farmer in
the north end of the county, was in the
city yesterday on business.
Attomev Fred 1). Duncan, of Po.t-
land was in Salem tbis morning on
business.
Hubert Oleoson went to Portland this
morning where he will attend the funer
al of a friend.
Miss llda .Lines of "Labish Mead
ows," is speuding the day with her sib.
tor, Mrs. tleorge tirny;
Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Roney of Eugene
were looking after property interests
hero vesterdnv and today.
,T. T. ( lark and O. W. Johnson, prom
inent citizens of Springfield, drovi
down to the Capital C'ty yesterday in
nn auto.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Oliver Kccts left for
their homo iu Falls City this morning
after visiting Salem friends for a few
days.
Albert Tozier, mayor of the tented
city at the stato fa.ir ground, and his
sister, Mrs. .Edith Tozier Wentherred,
are in the city from Portland today.
A former Sulemite in the person of
Hert Van Valkenberg of Silvertou r!
turned to his home last night after
transacting business here for a shoit
time.
The spring weather finally got the
best of Attorney George G. Bingham
and Eber LaFore, with tho result the
quietly packed up their grips and fish
inn rods and hied themselves to the
Yatpiina river, near Newport. They
left silently an dfew knew they were
gone until the fisherman returned yes
terday with some of the first real catch
es of the season. Messrs. Binghum ami
LaFore are experienced ninirods an i
their luck was exceedingly good.
Through his attorney Walter Wins
low, H. A. Townsend, the defendant in
a suit recently decided in the circuit
court in favor of the plnintiff, H. H.
Chamberlain today filed notice of ap
peal to tho supremo court.
HOME TALENT PLAY AND
. BASKET SOCIAL GIVEN
BASEBALL. SCORES.
At Jacksonville, Fla.
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Philadelphia Amcricuin 13
Chicago Nationals 11
Batteries: Brown, lHimink, Shawkey
and Schang; Smith, Koestncr and Anh,
Hargrove,
At Hacnmento.
K H E
Chicago Sox 10 14 2
Sacramento 3 9 i
Katteries Kugge and Sullivan; Stroud
and ltohrer.
At Amortcui, On.
U H K
Boston National 12 H 0
Cleveland American! 4 9 2
Batteries: Cochran, Tyler and Oowdy;
Moyers, Morton and Crosby.
At B.ito Maria, Cal.
R It K
Chicago Americans ii S 1
Portland Coast 1 T , ?
Batteries: Lathrop and Sehalk; llnu
a, Peet sd llaynard.
As hn been stated in The Capital
Journal, tho Willamette Vnllo Editor
ial association will hold a conveutiou
in this city Saturday next. The audi
torium of the Commercial elub will be
the sceno of activities.
After completing the work of the day
tho visiting uewspaper men will bo the
guests of the loeol newspaper men and
tho Comiuereinl club in an auto ride
around tho city, and at a supper at the
Marion at fl:S0t This supper will be
open to tho citizens of Salem, and the
committee having the matter in hand
trusts tint a large number will attend.
It is absolutely necessary, however,
that the secretary of the Commercial
club bo informed of those desiring to
attend not later thnn Friday evening.
March 20, in order to arrange for the
proper number of plntc. Tickets will
be fl.
RAPID WOK&KB. .
"My friend Chamlierton t,urns out
four novels a year."
"A literary celebrity, eht"
"Say, rather, a literary celerity."--
Boston Transcript.
The committee of the Parents'
Teachers' club of North Spring Valley
gave a successful entertainment on the
evening of March 14 to a large audi
ence. Tho program consisted of a mil
itary drama in four acts entitled "The
Raiders," Those that took part were
as follows: Mr. and Mrs. John Child
ers, Mr. and Mrs Jesse Simkins, Mr.
and Mrs. John Bush, Miss Carrie Dahni,
Lloyd Simkins, Guy Simkins, Coin
Swugner, Arlio Simkins, Jesse Sohn,
Delmer Veisteeg. Those furnishing
music between acts were: Solo, by Mrs.
Fenton; violin music, Mrs, Cochrnn.
Mrs. Stafford, Mr. nnd Mrs. John Fos
not, Mr, and Mrs. Eugene Kirkwood
nnd Mr. Bush. The funds from all Cie
baskets amounted to $0.20.
Tho committee in charge was Mrs.
Alfred Simkins, Carrie Pahm, Mrs. J.
W. Childers.
C. V. Faulkner, a machinist In a local
auto garage, was arrested this morning,
on tho charge of exceeding tho speed
limit. Faulkner told Judge Elgiu that
it was true that he was going pretty
fast but wus trying out tho motor ir
a cor belonging to A. N. Bush to see if
it worked properly after being over
hauled. Dr. H. E. L. Steiner, super
intendent of the asylum, was tho prose
cuting witness and it was stated in.
court that Faulkner wnB driving the.
car so fust that one of the rims of ft
rear wheel came off while the machine
Wilis rounding a curve on Asylum ave.
Faulkner was fined which bo paid.
Tho grand Jury 1b still grinding awy
on cases brought before it by tho coul
ty attorney today. According to Coun
ty Attorney Ringo, there will be about
20 indictments returned nt this term ot
the jury. Nino cases were considered'
up to noon today. Tho grand jury if
meeting in a littlo spare room in the
south east wing of tho court house,
There is this difference betwoen rents
and tenrs: If a man goes on a tear ho
may not bo able to pay his rent.
The high quality of thU $hoe it alone responsi
ble for the popularity of our shoe department.
Some fine new lasts in tan and black for spring
wear, $4.50 up.
SALEM
WOOLEN MILLS
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