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WHILE THEY LAST
75c per Box
Hand sorted, wrapped and packed
free from worms.
Try a bo for Thanksgiving.
Salem Fruit Union
Corner Trade and Hijfb.
Good Buys in
1(1 ncres of good In ml nil under culti
vation, small house, bum, well, ehickou
hoiiso, aoiue fruit, good drainage,
miles south of Sulom. I'rice fcU.UUu,
Mil cash, balance t) per cent interest.
HO acres of good laud, 70 acres under
cultivation, balance timber, will take
city residence property as part payment.
Price t8,T per aero. '
Aero tracts just outside of the city all
in hearing orchard, goo. I soil, sightly
Icicntion, I'rice fSOO per acre, 25 down,
balance per iiiontli, (I per cent In
tercut. 20 acres of good soil, 17 acres under
cultivation, balance timber, 7 mile
from (Salem. I'rice 1Him, 0 down,
balance $-1)0 per year, 0 per cent In
terest. Well improved 10 neres, new 5 room
plastered cottage, bam, chlckonhonso,
well, ft',11 miles rrum suiom. i'rice
ff acres of land, 3 acres under cultiva
tion, balance timber, running water, 4
miles from Snlom. Trice $750, SO
down, balance I0 per mouth.
ill! acres farm, U acres under cultiva
tion, balance timber and pnsture, Knod
house, barn, and other buildings, plen
ty fruit, all stock and Implements go
with place, 8Mi miles from Sulom. I'rice
room house, bath, toliot, electric
lights, large barn, windmill and tank,
bearing fruit, lot "H by ir() feet, close
to school and carline, 12 blocks from
Hush bank. Tins i a good buy. I'rice
1,500, 700 down, balance, 7 per cent
IM acre dairy ranch on Yuqulnn
river, well Improved, will consider small
acreage closo to Snlefn as part pay
went. ITIre III.OOO.
1110 acre in Morrow count v, will
trade for SO or SO acre improved place.
What have yon. I'rice. 1000.
10 acres of land, 4 miles from Snlem.
Will consider Snlom city lot as part
W. H. Crabenhorst & Co
ROOM 2, BUHII BANK BUILDING
FOR SALEOR TRADE
OS A. Dairy Farm on Howell Prnlrie.
For city property, Thli li one of the
best Hil acre dairy farmt In the valley;,
good buildings, S wells, also spring
water, fenced. Orchard and some tim
ber, located In the center of Howell
l'rnlrie. Deep, rich, black loam suil,
Price 11500) terms to suit, What hitve
yon to trado.
MODERN BUNGALOW CHEAP.
Modern bungalow, II rooms, bau,
toilet, stationary wash trays, chu'trlo
light, sewer, fine location, Prlca
r,5iu); terms to suit.
House and 8 lots 500; t'lrtm,
Choice 10 acre tract, all under eultb
Tfitlon, near electric car line mi l school.
Trice l-5 per acre; erm to suit.
We ran trade your property for trhat
you want, Cull today.
I'OH BKNT Houses.
Money to Loan.
Yours for Pargalns.
At the saiiirt old place, 3(7 Bute Street
The Sampler American thus rntlflei
one of the principal results of tin
eleettniit "Many a man will soon lean
that the stuff flowing through tin
mountain gulches, ranyone un l valley
fn an emergency can be used for Irink
lug purpe.es, "
SPORTING 5llT0R "j
-' ' more championship fight here before
1 the anti-boxing law goes into effect on
Bob Edgren Classes Him As'KX'ilo, fcw.'Effi
Far the Best of All the
(By Hal Sheridan.)
New York, Nov. I". Rob Kdgren,
sporting editor of the New York World,
sitva Mike (iibbous Is the cleverest and
greatest of all the world's middle
weights. "Clubby is fast and clever, says
Kdgren, " hip can iiit, McCoy is lucky,
Mcfloorfv is wonderful but overweight,
but tiihhon combines nil the best qual
ities of the rest ami adds a few that
are pcculiarlv his own. It's a long
time since we have had ti middleweight
ns clever us .Mike. The only thing we
lou't know ubout, in Mike's case, is
the extent of his courage, lie Iiumi 't j
been in danger of u knockout in any of
his fights. The only man who ever iias
made him hop nroiind on the defensive
is Kddie McOoortv.
"Mike met Kddie shortly after Me-
(ioorty bad knocked out both Pave
Smith, champion of Australia, and Jack
lluri'isoii, champion of lCngland, in half
a cln.en punches each. He knew that
Mcfl.iorty had tiie punch of a fast
heavyweight and Mike surely used
.'tuition on thut occasion. It wus only
in the lust round that ho turned loose
nil his fighting power, and he showed
whut he might have been able to do had
lie tried in time.
Could Fight the Hoavle.
"(Iibbous Is the only middleweight in
sight now who could follow the late
Stanley Kotchd'a exuniple and fight
heavyweight., While not the furiously
aggressive fighter that Ketchel was by
any menus, he might have as good a
chaiuo as Ketchel because of his re-
" Mike is the only real middleweight
we've seen lntclv who knew a feint I
from a lunrshmullow. Mike feints nil sisjn-'il articles for n light with Jess
the time feints willi his hcud, hlsjWlllurd, It was not stated w're the
linn, Is, his. body, his knees, his feet. .lie i bout would be staged.
loesu t nop uud skip about like r reddie
Welsh, wasting twice ns much energy
luuciug us he uses up fighting, l-.very
movement of Mike (Iibbous menus
something uud hns its purpose. He
makes bis men give the opening he
wants, an then drives a blow through
to exactly the spot he wants to hit. Anil
lie can hit hard like a nenvvweight.
Ills punch Isn't exactly like Medoor
tv 's crusher, although he can laVnl u
clean knockout on occasion. He lilts
cons'nntly, and all his blows Join In
producing n dn.ing, Jarring effect.
When bis opponent tries to clinch he Is
cspe.-ially ellective. He twists around
iiul pokes through blows thut no other
fighter ever thought of. He's a real
liamploii, ' '
THE EASIEST WAY
Stop Falling Hair and Itching
There Is one sure way that never fails
ti remove dandrult Completely and that
Is to dissolve it. This destroys it en
tirely. To do this, just get about (our
OtttlCCS of llbitl. ni-dinarv linnjil nrv.tn
- --.-'- , -J ,
apply it at night when retiring; ic
enough to moisten the scalp uud rub it
in gently with the linger tips.
lly morning most, i( not alt, of your
daiulrnll will be gone, nod three or four
more applications wilt completely dis
solve and entirely destroy, every tingle
sign uml trace of it. no matter liow miuli
uiindrtitl you may have.
You will find, loo, that all Itching ami
digging of the scalp will stop instantly,
nnd your hair will be fluffy, lustrous,
glossy, silky and soft, and look and fed
a hundred times better.
, I f you want to keep your hair looking
rich, do by all means get rid of dundruif,
for nothing destroys the hair so quickly.
It not only starve the hair and makes it
fall out, but it makes It stringy, straggly,
dull, dty. brittle and lifeless, and every,
body notices it. You can get liquid arvon
at any drug store. It is inexpensive, and
four ounces is all you will need. This
siuiplo remedy lias never been known to
RITCHIE AND WELSH
MATCH IS IN SIGHT
fan Francisco, Nov. 17. Promoter
.lames W. Cor'froth plana to stage one
Jim" is after, and there is a strong
i probability of the pair getting together.
I Wiring from I.os Angeles, (offroth
I notified Kltcliie that Welsii would fight
the lormer title-holder if Freddie were
given flic same guarantees thut liitchic
received in the London contest. The
weight wus placed by Welsh at IM
pounds, but t 'of froth ml. led that Welsh
most probably would agree to Uitchie's
Uiichic wus more than pleased nt the
turn in nft'aiis.
Welsh May Meat White.
"What terms Welsh can niako with
the promoter is his own affair," said
Ititcliie, "but I poisouully will not
guarantee him $L'.l,t)uil. I'll attend to
my own end of tint financial dcul. I'm
n bit overweight now and would not
tahe the trouble to reduce for an or-
dinar)' match. Hut n championship con
test, is different. I nm satisfied that I
cart recover the title if given another
dinner w ith tiie present nobler of the
"1 have wired Colfroth asking when
lie will return to fun Francisco and will
onl'er with him when he gets here
nope tne match can nc arranged to takeor lp or,v of s,rnll ,v iUuUm.
ilac.in tots city before the nnti-boxing,on v.m.u.-, nov.-n blocks east
bill goes into effect
Should the Welsh-Kite hie match fall
through, Colfroth will try to arrange a
SOround bout between Welsh and
Colfroth nlso has several other
niatenes in mind, lie plans to put on
Harlem Tommy Murphy and Kddie Moy
heio tiie end of the month uud it is
also probable that he will send Joe
Welling against either Red Watson or
Johnson to Meet WtUard.
Loudon, Nov. 17. Jack Curley, man
nger of Jack Johnson, the negro heavy
weight chnmpiuu of the world, an
iioiinced here today that the negro hud
Petroakey and Murray.
Hnii Fiuueisco, Nov. 17. Sailor KJ
I'etroskey nnd tlillv Murruv were in
training again today for a SO round
bout. The pair were matched originally
for the fight here on November IM, but
I'etroskey wns Inid out with n fever and
the bout was postponed, They have
been re-matched for a daytime fight
lute in the mouth and have ngreed to
make 100 pounds nt 10:110 o'clock In
BOUT WAS A FIZZLE
San Diego, Cal Nov. 17,-Several
thousand boxing funs who paid tneir
iliitinl' lit Mt hiutit til niit Hum I .iitiit'iirii
; ',. i . .....
in miii'ii mr i i in 1 1 t ntt i m it'll imiuii i i i . .i i
Tl,ev saw Sum for a brief time, during ''ttrk "T!1 r """ . 7'
most of which ho wns "booed" for i"1 ""'r."'1"" li !T '',
having kept the crowd waiting
mure tnnii nu hour wtnie he .Haggled
.!,!, 1 1 .... ...... ..... i "inline tier loans uou Kivif ner reasons
mm. . T? I'M"' . " ""'fur wanting to open a night school.
The bout with Jim Cameron of Los
Angeles wus advertised to go 20 rounds,
Snm lit tho last minute refused to go
over the long route, and demnnded more
money. He linu.iV ngreed to go eight
rounds. The scrap reallv lusted five'
I ' k ' ' '' 7, , t ' ,'' '
when Cameron claimed he hud broken
his mt tul.
Two preliminaries between navy boys
mi, I local hovers furnished the only real
ring action of toe evening.
Cameron hung on to hi opponent
most of the time, He wus outclassed.
TO FROTECT BTHIKB BREAKERS.
Port Smith, Ark., N'ov. Ill, fulled
State Judge Prank Yomnun today
ordered Major N, P. McClure, com
manding federal troops, to give strike
breaker on the Huche Oeuman Coal
coiiiiiiiiv' property the necessary pro.
tection so the company rout I resume.
" And we linvcn'l heard," ovelnlm
the Amity Standard, "even nn old
timer claim that lu the sixties, seven
ties or any other old time we had a
season just like this one."
BXY JOURNAL, SALEM, OREOOH.
SITES FOR NEW SCHOOL
One on Rural Avenue and Another ol
Judson Are Offered In Addition to
Those Already .Submitted No Ac
Among the most important features
of last night 'a meeting of the iSalere.
school bourd was nn informal prelimi
nary discussion of some of the princi
pal items to be embraced in tho school
district budget for the ensuing year
and the selection of a auituble Bite for
the construction of a new school build
ing in South Sulem to relievo the con
gested conditions existing in the Yew
Turk and Lincoln schools and to pro
vide more convenient nccommodutions
for the pupils residing in the outskirts
of the district.
Further consideration of the budge'
was postponed until later, and Friday'
evening of this week, lit 7 ::C o'clock
the bonrd will hold an open meeting
at the high school building for the Vn
efit of the taxpayers of. the district for
an informal discussion of the needs of
the district for the ensuing your unr;
the approval of a tentative budget
which will be prtpnred nrd submitted
for public consideration. The question
of the selection of n now school site
wns deferred until the next regular
meeting to give tho board time to in
spect and consider two additional site
which have been offered the bourd.
Four and Two Acres.
One of the new 'sites offered the
school board for the new shcnol build
tig is that of H, C. Miles, tin employe
of tho Sptiulding Logging compiiny.
who offers four acres of ground on
liurtil avenue, one block west of Com-
I niercinl street, for (70I'0, nnd the nth
Of Commercinl street, for which she
f.sks MOO0. The school bonrd will In
vestigate the feasibility of these two
offers before the next meeting, In
the meantime negotiations nre still
pending for the purchase of one of
three other sites in which the onlv
question involved are the opening o"
streets to rrnke the sites more conven
iently accessible and these arrange
ments may have been udjusted before
nnothcr meeting of Cie bonrd.
Many other mutters of a routine na
ture were disposed of during last
night's session, which lasted until aft
er II o'clock.
WOMAN WOULD START
NIGHT SCHOOL HERE
Dales It cuii be shown that there
is a popular demand for a night school
uud thut, in the event a night school
is started, the efficiency of the teaching
stuff of the public schools will not bo
crippled by the use of some of the
teachers us lustructurs in night school
work, the bonrd of directors of the Sa
lem schools ure not in favor of grunting
permission to use the rooms of the higa
school building -or that purpose,
The quest ion came up for discussion
at lust night's meeting of the board of
directors, when Superintendent Elliott
nnno.niccd flint he had been nsked by
a Mrs, Hoyd, of this eitv, who wants to
stnrt a night school, to sound the bonrd
! IT1. rl!!'.'i,;,,t-u.u'1 J " ""'I?."",."
'"' "TV 'V"r."' " , ,Z
The board was entirely lu tho
. "K",,u i in-hi, it nnn uni'ini iu uu n
rurli.- lt... I i.
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It transpired during the discussion of
the iibect that when a domestic sci -
ence school was conducted at tho high j
school nt night Inst season, some of the
teaching staff of tho public schools
were employed in giving instruction at1
were einpioveii III giving IllsirilCIIOIl Ul M Fei-i;iv itms ei m-i .r,n, n iv ,
I the night school, and these same tenchlthe state engineer contends. I. not cor.
ers were the ones who had petitioned
lor shorter hours In their regular school
work. It was the sense of the board
thut they would not countenance any
plan which would lime a tendency to
cripple the efficiency of the teaching
stuff of the schools and that they would
not favor the proposition of donatio the
use of the school propertv for tuuht
school purposes unless It be shown tnnt
there was a popular ileum ml foi such an
FLENTY Or MEAT
TOR TUB SUBMARINES
London, Nov, IT.' Pears were .-
pressed toduy for the llrltlsh liner La
Correntina, which left lluenos Ayre
October 5 with a (I.OOO.Oiht cargo of
meat, lias not been heard from ince
and Is now thro weeks overdo lu Liv
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1914.
Spokane, Wash., Nov, 17. A ;
herd of 101 cattle, being ship
ped from Lake Mills, Wis., to II.
S. Koyce, Roy, Wash., near Ta
coma, including blooded hoi
steins for breeding purposes, ex
amined at the Northern Pacific
yards here last night, and found
infected with the foot and
mouth disease, were being held
here today for valuation, after
which they will oe killed and
The valuation will be made
by a board composed of one fed
eral inspector, one state in--'spector
and one stockman.
The herd is worth 'J5,000 for
breeding purposes, but the ship
per probably will loss a large
amount as the cattle will be np
piaised according to meat value.
$ if $ $
)Jt )(( 5( )t )( ))c 9(
ELKS WERE WINNERS
IN THREE STRAIGHT
The Elks bowlers added another vic
tory to their string last night when
they took tho Grocers into" camp in
three straight games. The Grocerynien
never had a chance with tho Elks who
took the lead from the start and scat
tered the wood all over the alleys.
Gilrovof tho Grocers rolled the high
average of 102 but Pratt of the Elks
got the high game 237. Last night ap
peared to be record night nt the Klec
tric alleys. Baker who started to bowl
on lue uroceis il-hiii wun uiuu lu ujismj
but 112 plus ill the first game and gnve.
up his place to Jack Zinger. After the I
match game was over linker started to j
roll one gnme in competition and!
bowled 10 strnight strikes and a total
of 2H5 for the gnme. This is high gnmej
for tho alleys nnd for the city and the:
prize for the high gnme between Noy-j
ember 5 and November 30 is onn pnir
of bowling shoes with tho compliments j
of the management, , Needless to say j
linker hns already been measured both i
for the shoes nnd for the romnliments ;
aa no one else seems anxious to try to
break the record which will probably I
stnnd for so.ne time. I
The following Is tho score of Inst j
Kilts 1st 2nd 3rd totl.l
Ttnnch 212 101 112 405;
Bnuch 212 101 1 12 545 ;
Skiff 1S5 ISO 13.1 507 j
Hnssey 107 188 100 1545,
Prntt 105 1 237 547 j
PU 877 2C5S
791 84," 7C0 2423
DISPUTE COMES OVER
The desert land board, in session this
afternoon, has under consideration the
application of the Central Oregon Irri
gation company for tho certification
of approximately 10.000 acres of Irrig
able lend under its project in Crook
enontv. for hlch tho company will
task n patent from the government and
permission to plnco tho land upon tne
market upon tho representation that it
Is under Irrigation and ready for set
tlement. State Engineer Lewis declines to cor
tlfy to the reclamation of the bind in
volved In the proposed pnrenr nppncn
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uon uu iiiv uiuuiiu i.i.i. .uv- uumvw -
leenals have not sufficient enprndty to
furnish the required supply of wuter
to Irrignto the lands properly because
there Is a seepage loss of 4!S per cent,
while the Irrigation eon pnny Is Wlnf
it application upon tho representation
of a seepage loss of 30 per cent, which.
rect. It is the same question that was
fought out with the Pilot Butt Irriga
tion foirpnny sever.il months ago.
Don't Deny Yourself
the ood your appetite crave
Jim because you fear the dls
traaa ttut always follow. Help
Nature overcome that weakness,
tone the stomach, aid digestion,
make the liver actlre by the
: Drawn ty
AN IDEA FOR CHRISTMAS
You could not select a more desirable CHRISTMAS GIFT for your
eastern friends than a fancy packed, paper sealed, 10-lb. hinged top
box of our
PHEASANT PERFECTION PRUNES
or a box of our
NEW PROCESS EVAPORATED
Eitht-r one will spenk loudly concerning Oregon's wonderful clim
ate and resources, and will be a constant reminder of you to your friends
while the fruit lasts.
WE HAVE PREPARED ESPECIALLY
for this trndo some of our very best fruit. Each box will contain a
booklet of recipes, and will not only be a pleasure to your friends, but
will at, the same time help to advertise two of ORKGON'S most imporv
ant PRODUCTS. A very cheap SPECIAL EXPRKSS RATE has been
mado whereby they will carry to any express office in the U. 8. A.
(except Southurn Express) these 10-lb. packages for 40 cents.
Place jour orders with us NOW while the supply lasts.
WILLAMETTE VALLEY PRUNE ASSOCIATION
Trade and High Streets II. S. Gile, Manager
! I .nor f!aV5n y
Boll 9 cups of Towle's hog
Cabin Syrup until It strings.
Then pour the boiling syrup
into the stiffly beaten whites
of two eggs, and boat contin
ually with a silver fork until
the right thickness to spread
between the layer and on
top of the cake.
AfaA.s Home. "Suntt" Horn, IndnJ
It is a delightful blend of
choice sugar cane and pure
maple syrup. Improved in
flavor and m body. Sold
at your grocer's in full meas
ure log-cabin-shaped cans.
The Towlo Maple
PeaplM Gu Bids. Chlonoa
Si. Paul, Minamta
Sk Jehaalmrii Varna
Friti Boysen, proprietor of the Hotel
Belle in Mllwuukie. wo convicted Sat
urday at Oregon City of selling llqoo?
to a minor. This i one of the results
NO premiums or coupons go I
with Camel Cigarettes, be
cause all the quality goes into
the tobaccos a choice Turkish
and domestic blend. With every
whiff from a Camel Cigarette
you notice the absence of the
cigaretty taste and stung tongue j
or parched throat.
20 for 10 cents
and you never smoked a more dc
lightful cigarette, no odds what yoa
paid Match a dime against a pack j
age today 1
your datr can't npply yea,
tnJ JOe far onm fHtchorm or $t .00
for. a carton of tin package 209
cigarmttf), pottat prepaid.
Attar tmokinw t pachagm, if yon
don't find CAMELS at rpr
omnUd, return thmothornina pack
and w wilt rtfand yoar
R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.
Winston-Salem, N. C
these maple treats
Everybody loves the de
licious maple flavor of Log
Cabin Syrup. Serve it with the
breakfast pancakes or biscuits,
with the lunch dessertuse it
to flavor the dinner pudding
f a enmpaign begun by District Attor
ney Hedges to close the Milwaukie resorts.
'f pf'h up1