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RNAL, SALEM, OREGON, THE DAILY CAPITAL JOU MONDAY. JAN. 24. 1916
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FOR BOXING FANS HI BfJISr
E. .Stewart, coach of the Oregon Aggies,
in any sort of a prophet. '
In Portland after a basketball tour,
Dr. Stewart declared today that , the
two top-'notehcrs of the Pacific coast
gridiron may arrange terms for a com
plete Schedule of competition this fall.
"I understand Washington State is
now willing to bar freshmen and com
ply with the l'acific coast association
Chicago, .Ian. 24. Clarence Rowland,
manager of the Chicago White Sox, in
timated that a large slice will be taken
off tho list of Sox regulars and nspir
uuts who already have uffixed their
Julin Henrys to 1!1 contracts.
Rowland now litis 31 players .under
rnntrnct. When tho Sox leave for tho
training camp only 27 of the 34 will
bo among those present. Among those
who are hoping to stick with the 27
are a number of former Pacific Const
leaguers, including .Tnck Ness, Oakland
first baseman, and Zeb Terry and Fred
Jl 'Cullin, l.os Angeles infielders.
Dispute With Coach.
Lincoln, Neb., Jan. 24. An open
breach and legal controversy between
former Football Coach Kdwnld Stiolim
niiil the University of Nebraska athletic
board toduy appeared certain. The
university threatens legal steps to se
cure l.ossession of athletic records of
the university which Stiehm. cluim-s as barber in this city.
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Sheriff Esch Snow
Bound In Reno For'
Three Days Last Week
Sheriff William F.sch, who returned
to this city yesterday with Adam J.
Mishler iu custody, was compelled to
remain in Iieno, Nevada, from Tuesday
until Friday of last week on account of
the snow blocking up tho railroad
tracks. While in Reno Sheriff Esch
was the guest of Sheriff Charles Fer
rell, who is a former Salem .citizen and
lias been sheriff of Waslioefcouuty for
12 years. Sheriff Ferrell formerly
resided in North Salem and at present
has n brother, James Ferrell, who is a
here nnd requested Stiehm to give them
up. They were given three minutes to
get out of the house. Stiehm is six feet
five inches in height. Tho visitors left
in two and a half minutes.
"Fokker" Is l atest
German War Hawk
To Raid England
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his personal property. Cleorgo Ferrell, resides with his mother
Or. R. 0. Clapp, chairman of the j at Hrooks. Frank Ferrell, another
board, nnd Guy K. Reed, manager of; brother, wns tho first man killed bv
athletics, called at Stiehm ' residence , Harry Tracy when the famous outlaw
muile Ins escape from the Oregon peni
tentiary. Ferrell was a guard in the ma
chine shops where Tracy and Morrill
Sheriff Jvseh found Reno to be a city
of 15.000 inhabitants with 00 saloons
nnd iillhough tho city is largely made
up of people engaged in mining or stock
raising the sheriff says it is an order
ly city and that during tho incumbency
of Sheriff Ferrell the wild western
frontier has boon reduced to nu orderly,
law nbiding city. Sheriff Ferrell is
the man who policed the Jef fries-Johnson
fight crowd and he has built up a'
reputation ns an efficient officer that
holds the confidence nnd respect of the
entire county where ho continues to be
re-elected with a. rgutarity that is til
most a hnbit.
Sestak & Thomas received a letter
one day last week that pleased them,
nnd speaks well for their market. It
was nn order for meijt to be sent to n
former customerwho now lives at Noti,
Oregon. Tho writer stated that she had
,not li tt tt nny good meat since eating
somo from this firm's mnrket, nnd de
siring some first qunlity, sent them her
order. Of course tho order wns filled
promptly nnd ere this the lady has been
enjoying somo fine steaks. Stnyton
podo bouts sank 3.1 Turkish sailing ves
sels and destroyed seven nt their docks
in n raid nlontr tho Anttolinn const, ac
cording to official announcement fu
ll n v;
Tho Russians nlso bombarded three
wharves nnd destroyed stores, barrncks
and customs houses nf the Turkish vil
lages of Sninsou and Onnepntz in Asia
righting in the Air.
Herlin, by wireless to Sayville, T
.Tun. 24. Hiiinbs hurled by French avia
tors hit tho bishop's residence at Mctz.
killed two civilians, and wounded oi"l
snid official niinoiincenieiit today. One
machine was shot down nnd tho aviators
ioxiiig Tonight ! !
Four Six-Round Bouts
Admission, 50c Ringside $1.00
Under the able direction of Bcrnie
Goldburg, a leading promoter of fistic
bouts and other sports of Portland, a
smoker will be staged in Ryan's hall on
South Commercial street this evening.
Ardent followers of the great manly art
in Salem will have an opportunity to
pass judgment upon some of the lads
who put the X in box when Mr. Gold
burg lines up his string six of 'em in
Among tho star actors who have been
making Portland fans sit up straight
nnd who aro attracting attention -all
over the Northwest, is Muff Brownson,
n verituble whirlwind on foot and pos
sessed of a pair of hands which resem
ble playful lightning when in action.
Brownson has gained the rightful repu
tation of a "comer" in tho fight realm
on the const and his head and foot work
tonight promises to measure up fairly
with that which placed his name in
prominence. The speedy one's opponent
will be Silics Rexter, also of Portland.
Rextcr is somewhat of a veteran in the
boxing sport and is generally a fa
vorite with all who see him in action.
In any event, Rexter without doubt will
stir up something pretty lively for
Brownson and Mr. Goldburg is confi
dent that the Snlem enthusiasts will
witness six rounds of A-l work when
these two follows squnre off.
Valley Trambutus rs. Tad Derbshire
will furnish the spectators with the star
performance of the evening. Rerbshire
needB no introduction to even the lesser
lights in boxing fandom, as that chap
hus walked rings around many would
be top notchers during the past year.
Ho has been selected to meet what Mr.
Goldberg honestly believes to bo a box
er with tho inherent talent of a cham
pion, as Trambutus has forged to the
front by taking tho scalps of several
of tho best who have been before audi
ences at smokers in Portland and oth
er cities. Ho cnunot be considered
an unknown quantity while nt the same
tune tho boy has yet to uo Ins best nnu
for this reason Derbshire Jinn been
placed against him. It is not often that
Snlem fans aro favored with a chance
to witness the "coming-nut" of n real
boxer, and this bout will amount to
just that to a great degree.
The well known boxer, Abe Gordon,
will also be on the program. He is an
other fighter who needs no introduction
to tho Snlem. sportsmen.
Kid Hartford is scheduled to meet
Gordon. Hartford is accustomed to
speeding fight along '.side of the favor
ites, llo is, in tact, a nam mnn to
negotinto successfully unless the boxer
who takes the chance hns action to
bol.iler up bis reparation, nnd tho num
ber promises to breed som fine spjrt
The three tennis will face each other
for nt leant Bix rounds, and Director
Goldburg gunranteos that each bout will
arouse more than ordinary interest. The
promoter of this smoker managed n
siniilnr nffuir hero last fnir week with
nice success and tho entertainment next
.Monday will bo no exception to the .rule.
In the absonco of other sports in Snlem
this w inter, tho coming events are look
ed forward to with interest and in the
event this one proves, successful, this
city will bo made a regular meeting
place for tho most popular boxers in the
I The admission will be ringside seals
ijil nnd all others 50 cents. These are
j customary prices now prevailing in
Portland at the boxing meetings.
To secure seasonable merchandise at especially attractive prices. Men's and
Boys' Suits, Overcoats, Raincoats, Mackinaws, Shirts, Hats, SweatersIn the best
grades and styles; good weights that can be. used all year.
In the halmacnan and other good
$25.00 Coats $20.00
$20.00 Coats $16.00
$15.00 Coats $12.00
Kxtra special reduction on odd coats.
Come in, one may fit you.
(Jrcd and red Sweater Coats, high
neck style, all wool, your choice
$5.00 Values $3.35
In the hest Norfolk styles, full length,
all wool coats, rainproof
$12.50 Coats ; $9.00
$10.00 Coats $7.50
$ 5.00 Coats $1.00
Raincoats in the Gaberdine and Rub
berized materials reduced 25 per cent
Emery and Arrow Shirts guaran
teed to hold color, in good patterns
and styles, $1.50 Shirts . . .... $1 15
$2.00 Shirts $1.35
A number of Woolen Blankets just received from the mill, an excellent odd lot
of values. Grey, scarlet and white These are a splendid bargain as the prices
of woolen blankets are going up on account of the foreign demand.
Go To The Bottom !
Elegant Stock of New Pianos and Latest
Player Pianos Takes an Awful
Wholesale Representative Takes Charge
C. F. Hull of the Valley Music House in Salem has disappeared.
. .Manufacturers' Representative has instructions that every thing must be sold out
immediately for what it will bring, rather than return to headquarters. The
greatest opportunity to buy a Piano or Player Piano ever presented in the Wil
lamette Valley is now here.
For reasons that need not be gone into, I have been compelled to take over the
largest and finest stock of Pianos and Player Pianos. My instructions are to
either sell it-out quickly or to send it back to headquarters. Were I to send this
stock back to headquarters, it would still have to be sold and we would be adding
the cost of cartage, freight, insurance and storage. Rather than do this, I am go
ing to make prices so low that everything will be taken off my hands here.
: The Chickering, the Kimball, the Smith & Barnes, and other Pianos the Stroh
ber; the famous Kimball Acmelodic Player Piano; and the wonderful Bungalow
Player Pianos are the best and costliest instruments that are made in the Nation.
Money and brains cannot produce anything finer.
Monday, I am going to sell the finest $450 Pianos instruments that have never
been sold even by our own house, under our little-profit-per-piano plan, for less
than $368. I am going to take $215 for each of these; this is less than half price.
Everything else at corresponding reductions. Pianos that you have been paying
$275 or $:00 for, I will take $100 even money for them. Older Pianos for $35,
$50 and $75 each. But at these low prices, I must have all cash, as we cannot put
a contract on the books for so little an amount, but come right away. Don't de
lay, for at the end of a few weeks this store will close. Whatever is not sold by
that time will be shipped back.
For those who are not prepared to pay all cash, I am going to make the same
prices, on our easy payment plan. Bring fifty dollars, twenty-five or even ten dol
lars, as the first payment, to show good faith, then I will arrange payment of the
balance 'as best suits the convenience of each buyer. The same cash prices to
each and all alike, but those buying on time will have to pay interest. Now is the '
time to get a piano, or best of all, a player piano an opportunity like this will
never come again. ' ; .
Everything that is sold by me is covered by Eilers Music House guarantee as
good as a government bond. It means satisfaction to every purchaser, or money
back. Store open day. and night until sale closes.
J. G. GALLAGHER,
General Agent for Eilers Music House and Manufacturers.
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YOUR BRONCHIAL TUBES
When a cold settles in the bronchial
tubes, with that weakening, tickling
cough, immediate treatment is very
important. The breath seems shorter
because of mucous obstructions; usu
ally fever is present.youc head jars with
every cough and your chest may ache.
This is no time for experimenting or
delay you must get Scott's Emulsion
at once to drive out the cold which
started the trouble, and it will check
the cough by aiding the healing pro
cess of the enfeebled membranes.
If you have any symptoms of bron
chitis, or even a stubborn cold, always
remember that Scott's Emulsion has
been relieving this trouble for forty
years. It is free from alcohol or drugs.
Scult a iLwne, BloomBcld.N.f. 15-U
5 NEW TODAY
HOUSE FOR' SALE Or trade, for
cow. Phono MF13. Jano
OAK, ash, old fir, second growth, com
wood, Phone 1322J. Feb7
FOR RENT Store, 21x185 feet, elec
trie lights and steam heat. See Watt
Shipp Co., 219 Nortii Commercial
street. Phone 303. ti
SECOND GROWTH Fill WOOD
3.30 per cord. Phone 'III. . tf
PARTNER WANTED 1S South 12th
street. Some ensh needed. Juu25
FOR SAUC A Rood f room house nnd
half lot, 1 1-2 blocks from enr lino,
chi-np it tnlion nt once. Inquire nt
105U South 13tii street. Jnu24
FURNISHED APARTMENTS $5.00
to 15.00. 491 Nortii Cottage. ti
I ROOFS REPAIRED And guaranteed
not to lean. u. u, uonauisun. run.
041 H. Jin 20
UAKH V Window cleaner.
c it tie
putt SAI.K IVji-fh vinuig cow. L. W.
Potter. Phone 53E21. Jnii24
Because It's For One Thing Only anil
Salem People Appreciate This.
Nothing cou bo good for everything.
Doing one thing well brings success.
Dean's Kidney Pills aro for one
For weak or disordered kidneys.
Here is Snlem evidence to prove
John. I. Conger, prop, printing shop,
815 X. 17th St., Snlem, says: "My
back gt wenk nnd sore and my kid
neys did not not ns they should. At
times I could hardly straighten. Know
ing about Dunn's Kidney Pills, I used
them and they gave me relief from the
first. It took Dunn's Kidney Pills only
a short time to rid me of kidney
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Dunn's Kidney Pills the same Unit
Mr. Conger had. Foster-Milburu Co.,
rrops, Uuffulo, K. Y,
FOR RENT lirnnd new upright piano.
Fnink Frickcy, care Ladd & Pus"-
FOR RENT Two modern houses, five
nnd seven runuis. Seo .0. W. Johnson.
WANTED To rent woodsuw by cord
or bv dnv. O. L. Spencer 24,) South
Liberty. ' J""23
FOR SALE 2 Jersey cows; 1 heifer
1) months old; 1 top buggy, good
order; 4 shunts, 10(1 pounds each; 1
sow and pigs. H. R. 5, Hox 20-A.
WANTED Information of Iva Louisa
Thomas Oorden, last heard from 'it
Snlem, Oregon, general delivery. No
tify J. W. Thomas, Solma, Cnlif.,
Pox 393. Feb6
HERE IS A 11AROA1N 12 1-2 acros
in fruit on rock road, good (infilling,
stock ami machinery, for $2soo if
tnken soon. II. O. Cox, Routo 3, Box
170, Salem. JanSfl
NOTICE I am with tho Modern Shoe
Repair company and nm prepared to
do all hinds of shoo repairing. John
C. Lally. 474 Court, opposite Wells
Fargo' office. JaniO)
WANTED A live lady, agent that can
talk and sell goods, to canvass and
take orders in Sulem. For specialty
for women. A new and cxeolleut de
vise. Inquire nt Whito House Res
taurant before Tuesday noon. Jan2
TUB OREGON WHOLESALE AND
RETAIL HIDE AND JUNK CO.
have moved from their former loca
tion, 430 Court street, to 197 South.
Commereiul. (Tho old st.ind of the
Lawrence Grocery, coiner Ferry and
Commercial streets.) and aro open
for business at tiiut place. Highest
K rices paid for hides, wool, copper,
rasa, iron, etc. Ileforc selling else
where, consult us for prices. 1). Sam
Now Jersey factories employ mora
than 323,000 workers.
FOR KENT A modem five room
house, furnished, cheap. Call S.
LARGE VOliNU TEAM For stile, col
or. blick. Inqiiiro C. C. Lightloot,
IMh street. Jnn-i
FOR RENT 5 room house, furnished,
10; also 4 loom house, 4. i nunc
Wed., Thurs., Fri., Sat.
Musical Comedy Co.
FOR TRADE 411 acres fine land,
cleared, for ft or ten acre tract close
In. Call ut 32S Hubbard Hhlg. Jan'JO.
HOARD AND ROOM :.U0 per week.
tlltl S. Llbertv street. Phono 704.1. 1
TO TRADE Hnggv horse, to trade for
cow, or chickens, or will sell chenp.
Phono 77F13. 1VI'3
FOR RENT Housekeeping rooms in
Inrge suites from 0 to S per month
Why pay morel Oil at 313 1-2 North
MANUFACTURERS Of nil kinds col
ors of rng carpet. on ai ... "
Grocery, 150 South 12th street. Loult
LAST To see MARGUERITE SNOW
TODAY YE LIBERTY THEATRE 1
SIX DOZEN Sicilinn Hntteroups foi
sale, largely laying puueis, i
Vlonen. nhone 54F13. A. M. Wright
Route 8, Salem. Jn28
COWS FOR SALE 10 head good
btbJo eows, prices right, good reas
ons for selling. Fred W. Purbln.
Phono 10 F-21. Jn 23
Tuesday and Wednesday
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