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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM, OkkGOK. FRIDAY, FEB. 25, 1910.
Last Day of the Great Closing Out Sale
Everything in the store on sale. Extra Sales People
haue been arranged for the crowds of the last day.
RROW J Sport News
CHAMPION BOXERS 10 FAST (II IS IDE
APPEAR AT SMOKER ON NEW ASCOT PARK
I m dc Linn madpu 11 .
I IU UL IILLU MftMjll I
Boys' and Children's
One Line Boys $3.00 an.l $3.50 Illgli
now go at
Boys' Button and Lace Dress Shoes,
size 2 1-2 to C 1-2, regularly fl"1 QC
sold at $2.50 and $2.75 now .... pI.IJ
Boys' button and lace Dres.i Slioes,
size 13 1-2 to 2, regularly sold
at $2.25, now go at
Boys button and lace Dress Shoes,
sizes 8 1-2 to 13. regularly sold
at $2.00, now go at
One Lot Ladies' Every Day Shoes,
Vici Kid and Calf, regularly sold
at $2.50 to $3.00, fl1 rr
now go at yl.DD
Ladies' Dress Shoes
200 Pairs Ladies' black cloth-top
patent lace Shoes, latest styles, $4.00
and $5.C0 grades, now PO or
go at ifti.JJ
100 Fairs Ladies' Gun Metal Cloth
Top, new last, $1.50 grades, fljo or
now go at yuOJ
35 Pairs Ladies' New Spring last, but
ton, patent and kid, very latest de
sign, $6.00 and $7.00 grades, (PO nr
now go at yJ,JU
New Line Midnight Blue and Steel
Gray Glpsey pattern, velvet button,
regular $6.00 grades, (JO QT
now go at y). J
300 Pairs Ladies' $1.50 and $2.00 Pelt
House Slippers, QC
go at JC
A! Sommers, Romeo Hagen, ;
Billy Mascott, and Jockey
Sixteen Entries Made For
Sweepstakes --- Baseball
Club Sells for $590,000
Rubbers, Rubber Boots
Every Pair of Men's Thigh and Hip
Snag Proof Boots, regularly sold at
$6.00 to $7.00, to close (PO QC
out quick JJ."j
Every pair Men's Sung Proof Knee
Boots, regularly sold at $i.C0, (PO QT
to $5.00, now go at J).7J
All Men's Knee Eoots, regulafly sold
at. $3.00, now fljl Qr
go at pl.J
All Men's Best 00c and $1.00 rn
Rubbers, now go at OUC
All Ladles' 05c and 73c Rub- rn
bers, now go at DUC
All Children's Rubbers,, regard- Of"
loss of former cost, go at : OOC
All Ladies' 60c Foot Holds, i(
now go at tUC
Men's Dress Shoes
Men's Dress Shoes, all styles button
and .lace, tan and black, $6 CQ QC
grades, now go at 7. pJ.J
Men's Dress Shoes, all styles button
and lace, tan and black, $5 (JO OC
grades, now go at yO.JJ
Men's Dress Shoes, all styles button
and lace, tan and black, SI and
$1.50 grades ffO QC
now go at yL.VJ
Big Line Men's $1.00 tan and black
heavy work Shoes, double soles, large
eyelets, now ffO CC
go at Y"""
Big Lire Men's double sole heavy
black work Shoes, regular (PO QC
$1.50 grade, now go at . J
It is impossible for us to quote prices
on all of our Shoes, but everything is
reduced down to where they will sell
very quick our customers .will .have
the benefit of expert shoe knowledge.
Cut Kates on all Repairing. Men's
Half Soles 75c; Ladies' Half Soles 50c;
Children's and Boys' Soles from 25c to
GOc. All Leather Heels 25c. Rubber
Heels for 25c and 50c the pair.
All 10c paste polish including 2 in 1,
Whilmore's Oil Paste and all other 10c
polishes, go during this sale at one half
price ycur choice for only. 5f
We have reduced all our stock down to
where profit is an unknown quantity
and for this reason shoes will be sold
for Cash Only during these sales
SALEM'S HIGH GRADE SHOE Store.
The only oil that is
guaranteed to make
vour shoes water
proof or your
Every pair guaran
teed to be better
than any hose you
ever had on or a
new pair free.
326 State St. Next to Ladd & Bush Bank Phone 61 6
Stump Puller Rescues I
Auto From Mud Hole j
When Horses Fail
There I a mud hole near the Pen Pill
ion place throe miles oust of Miirlony
I "THE OLD RCLIASLE"
HEME D t For M E N
AT DHUGCllHTii.O VHIAL HilX MV IUAII 1
kfflOM PLANTtN 93 HFNriYnT HHtM'fVrH NY.'
Hint should bo shunned by all nutoists
who it ro in h hurry to pot homo fur sup
per according to G. W. Johnson, Jr., who
says o knows all nbmit tlio soft spot
in it.lio rond. Wednesday nfKcrnonii
Mi'. Johnson wn.s driving nioiig tlu rond
and thought to nave liiuo by driving
across the hole instead of around it.
Tlio linttoiu foil out of tlio rond and tlio
running board.i rested upon t lio mud
mid lot the wheels spin. Ho walked halt
a mile tieross a field to secure the as
sistance of a man and loam hut when
they hooked on to tlio nil to the ropes
snapped. They walked a mile dona (In
road to secure n chain and then the
harness liroke in n dor.en places hut slil
the unto did not budge an inch.
They (hen borrowed a nor of hnrncss
Note the Fine Color
of our hums and Imcou. Tlint denote
first tlint they come from young, tender
pigs mill next that they have been prop
erly cured. All our hums and bacon
lire cane sugar cured and hickory
smoked. They have a flavor of their
own which onoe lasted you'll always
prefer. Try some for break fu-t to-
157 S. Cuinniercinl Then 729
and took another pull but this time the
doubletrees snapped and they conclud
ed that tlio nuto could not bo moved
by horse power, and the auto was left
in its muddy couch for the night.
Yesterday Mr. Johnson again visited
the scene nnd this time found n inai:
who owned a stump puller which hi
said would move 28.000 pounds if they
had something to anchor it to. The
stump puller was brought into notion
and by wrapping the anchor chain
about R hugo rock they bognii moving
the nuto about na inch at n time.
Mr. Put ton says ho put nine loads
of liny into the mud hole last year tint
it npponrs that the liny lias sunk to the
bottom if there is any bottom and
still the mud hole remains lis a niennoe
Silent Robbers or
Some Sound Sleepers
Sun Iternnrdlno, Tab, Fob. 25. While
a score of lodgers in u hotel overhead
slept soundly, yegginen early today dyn
amited the safe in the Wilson jewelry
store on Third street, looted the Haillie
art shop next door and innde good their
escape with gems worth $1,000 and oth
er booty valued at several hundred dol
lar. The robberies were discovered when
the stores were opened this morning.
I'ulice believe an automobile was used
by the burglars. Kntrnnro was gained
by picking tiio locks.
Tiio next smoker to bo pulled off in
this city by the Capital City Athletic
club will be Wednesday. M.ircli 1, ac
cording to Manager Itobby Evans, who
returned from i'ortlnnd last night with
Hilly Mascott. Al Hon. mors, the popular
light ehavy, will nuot Komeo llugen,
of Seattle. Hagen boxes nt 158 pounds
ami is known as cue of the best boys in
the northwest while Summers showed in
the last smoker that lie w.is no novice
at the two handed game.
llugen and Sommers are both boxers
of tlio same type ami their bout is ex
pected to be a hummer from the tub of
the go:ig. .
Billy Mascott who showed himself to
be some what of a spood demon with
his hands and feet it the last smoker
will be matched for eight rounds with
Jockey lieunet. the veteran feather
weight of Portland. Those two boys
have met before in an encounter which
resulted in a draw but Hilly intends to
show a now burst of speed when they
moot this time. Against l'ing Hodie,
Mascott was unable to show to the best
advantage as Hodie took particular
pains to keep his head covered up and
swing at ra Ik In in . llcnnet, however, is
a faster boxer and is willing to absorb
a punch or two with the privilevc of
a return and Hobby Kvans says he ex
pects this to be the fastest mill of the
Earl Zimmerman, the speedy young
ster who boxes at 11 1 pounds will moot
young Alee Trnmbontus. Young Tram
beatus has all of the speed that his old
er brother lacks and Is touted as one
of the comers of the boxing game. His
manager, .luck Fnyo, says that the
poung Itoumnuian is the best boy of his
weight in the northwest anil Ed Tracy,
who manages Zimmerman, says the
same things about his charge. As a re
sult the two little follows will be co idl
ed to do their best for eight rounds and
the winner will be matched with A by
Gordon, the newsboy boxer, who made
a big hit with the Salem funs during
the smoker pulled off during the state
fair last year.
The throe eight round boxing mutch
es will make up the entire card for
Wednesday's smoker and ao prelimin
ary bouts will bo .irrnngoil between lo
cal boxers. Mnnnger Hobby Kvans is
of the opinion that the local boys should
have more experience before they ap
pear before the public in regular match
es, and the trained boxers are able to
put up better exhibitions of the fistic
lit. Consequently the ambitious local
youngsters will bo worked out in the
gymnasium for some time before they
will appear on the regular card.
The smoker will bo staged at Ryan's
hull which will be put into condition
for the smoker and now seating ar
rangement w ill be put in for the coming
Y. M. C. A. Intermediates
Trim OLT. S. 37 to 16
The V. M ('. A. Intermediates easily
defeated the quintet from the Oregon
State Training School in the association
gymnasium last night by the soue sided
score of .",7 to Hi. At no time did the
training school boys load the interino
di ites. Two weeks ago the intermedi
ates were defeated by the training
sciiol on the training school's floor.
In basket shooting Itrooks, for the
intermediates excelled in the first hnlf
while Haves, who was substituted for
Brooks throw six field baskets in the
second half. Rowland, Radcliff and
Minton played stiong defensive games
for the iutei mediates. Rowland's spec
tacular and timely dribbling brought
credit to the intermediates.
The lineup and score follows:
Training School Intermediates
Collies U'l F Hrooks (!)
MoKelrnth ( I) y Turner
llolbrook (i) C .. Kavanaugh (2)
Mooring (I Minton
l-'eeley (i Hudclil'f (SI
Wilson S Unwlnnd (C)
S Hayes ( l.o
Final score: Intermediate!! it", Train
ing school lli.
(ifticials: 1.. M. McKinney, referee:
II. S. liadclil'f, tinier; Oscar It. Cing
WANT GAME AT PULLMAN
Seattle. Wash., Fob. 21). J. V.. Holi
ler, athletic director nt Washington
State college, has sent word from Cor
vatlis, whore ho was last night with
the l'ullmau baskotbull squad, tlint
officials of the I'ulluinn school demand
the proposed Thanksgiving day foot
ball game between Washington State
and the Cuivei'sity of Washington be
plnvod nt I'lillmiiu.
(irndunte Manager ,T. Arthur Younger
of the 1'. of V., says the matter wil
be taken up at the next meeting of the
A El HOW
COLLAR a for 25c
IT FITS THE CRAVAT
CUUtTT, PtASOOV 4 CO. tflC , Mr1
I.os Angeles, Cal., Feb. 2"). Fast time
was registered on the new Ascot park
mile speedway today by drivers wann
ing up. their powerful motors for the
r.ices there Sunday.
Sixteen entrb's have been received
for the main event the ..1.000 George
Washington sweepstakes, and the list
contains many namivi of pilots who have
won fame on many world famous cours
Among those who tried out the new
paving today were Hob Hunnaii, the
"speed king" in a 1'eugoot, Hughie
Hughes in the Kuglish Sunbeam, Eddie
Pullon in a Mercer, K.ul Cooper in a
Stutz, R. C. Kurant in his Diuant Spe
cial, Teddy Tet.laff in the .-'home
made'' Milac and Kiblie O'liounel in
Say These Have a Chance.
Xew York, Feb. 2.".." Chick -' Kv
ans and Francis Ouimet are picked as
the only anuteurs who have a chance at
the American open golf championship,
since the announcement today by Jer
ome 1). Travels, present champion that
he will not be able to participate on
account of business. Travers says he
will be able to compete in only one
tournament and that will be the N.i
Preparing For Football.
Berkeley, Cal., Feb. 2.". 'reparations
for the fall's football season will be
gin at the University of aliforma, in
earnest next week when Andy Smith,
newly chosen co.ioh of the blue and gold
will arrive here to take up iiis duties.
Smith will be introduced to the student
body lit a rally next Thursday night
and is expected to begin work' on the
squad at once.
All of the men who performed for
California last fall will be back ex
cepting Canfiolil, Saunders, l.ockhardt,
llazoltine .mil lluddloson.
Club Sold for 5500,000.
Cleveland, Ohio, Feb. 2.". Charles
W. Sommers received a trifle less than
f.")(M,lll)0 for the Cleveland American
league baseball club, it was announced
today. Transfer of the property has
been completed to a syndicate of which
James C. Dunn, of Ciiic.igo is the head.
Boxing at Seattle.
Seattle, Wash., Fob. 2.".Kddie Shan
non lightweight, came back long enough
last night to box a four round draw
with Chet -.ei f at the Klks club. On
the same card, Charley (livens and Bert
Forbes, feathers, went to a dr.iw. Leo
llonck and l.en llolliday, a couple more
feathers, did the same thing.
Miller Refuses to Risk Title.
Portland, Or., Fob. 2."). Walter Miller
has refused to hang up iiis gold stud-led
middleweight championship belt as a
trophy for the match next Tuesday
night between himself and Eddie O'
Connoll. He wants .1 longer time in
which to train if he risks the belt. Mil
ler said in a letter written from San
O'Connoll professed to be greatly dis
pleased nt this news. A suspicious
bunch of fans, however, immediately
yelled "frame up," and Miller's -refusal
to risk his title has again cist a
cloud over the wrestling game in I'ortlnnd.
Women's Race Exciting.
Seward, Alaska, Fob. Ill Via Vald
ez, Feb. 2.1. Although Miss F. Pinc'u
ette came in second in the women's dog
race over a l.j mile course at Anchorage
there is great demand for souvenirs of
her efforts. Miss I'iuehette lost her
skirt when her team of dogs began to
scrap with another team, and she fin
ished the race in her petticoat.
Mrs. Casey Jones, driving a team of
six bird dogs, won the race, though her
dogs broke .iway from her on the re
turn lap. She ran after them for two
miles, caught up with them ami won
the race in one hour and -10 minutes.
Xew Yurie, Fob. 2.). Looking fit.
Champion Josh YVillnrd arrived in the
metropolis today. A dozen fight bugs,
a flock of reporters and a host of
camera men wore on hand in a heavy
rain to greet hiniv
"I'm going to licat Frank Mornn us
quickly as I can." he said of his forth
coming 10-round go. "I'm weighing
2oS pounds now, but I expect to remove
10 pounds by a course of training which
I will start tomorrow. I will look over
my quarters this afternoon."
S Ei fii 13
We have a choice stock of re
cleaned Wheat, Oats, Barley, Eye,
Vetch, Sudan Grass, Clover and
Grass Seeds. Cleaned up in first
class shape and sold at the lowest
possible prices, quality consider
ed. Bulk Garden
The mcst complete stock in the
valley and all fresh tested seeds.
No old second hand stocks to
work off, bought at a discount.
We have the finest Sweet Peas
ever offered in the state, grown
by the best grower in the world,
including many of the latest nov
elties. Including a complete line
of the FAMOUS SPENCER
Have several of the leading
Early Potatoes as well as the best
of the main crop potatoes and
sold at reasonable prices.
Now have in stock Cabbage
Plants, Asparagus Roots, and
Rhubarb Roots. The best on the
market. Call for seed catalog,
D. A. White &
251 State St. Salem, Ore.
PHOXE 937 lor wood aw. tl
FOH SALE Two fresh cows. Phono
FOIt RENT 7 room bungalow in good
condition. Enquire 1 10.) Leslie street.
: NEW TODAY
HARKY Windowcleanor. Phone 768
FOIt SALK Fresh Jersey eow. 1093
S. 14th. " Fob2G
FOR EEXT Housekeeping rooKS,
Phono 2093.M. tf
DRESS MAKING- -Mrs. Carrie Rod
gers, 242 S. 19tu. MarlO
GARDEN' FLO WING A specialty.
Phono 1291W. Fcb25
HOKSK AM) M'UGV For sale. SOS
South 2.1th streett Feb28
DRESSMAKING By the day, plain or
fancy work. Phono lOtiOK. Feb2o
FOli RENT Furnished nnd unfurnish
ed modern house. G. W. Johnson, tf
OAK, ash, fir and maple cord woodS
Phonel322-J. W. F. Proctor. MarlO
WHITE LEGHORN EGGS For hatch
ing. 929 Mill, rhone 2363. Feb25
FOR RENT Chicken ranch of 2 acmes,
incubators, brooders and houses, closo
in. Phone 204 lit. Feb26
WANTED Old time wood cutters to
cut 100 cords of wood. Nothing but
experienced men wanted. Phone 843.
I.OS'F A package containing crocheted
yoke and pair silk hose. Finder please
return to Ward Drug Store. Howard.
A. F. T I XGSTHt l.M Now located at
042 Court. Phone 230. I'pholstering,
furniture repairing and carpet clean
FOR SALE First class canned logan
berries. 15c Jier ipiart. l'hone 663
FOIt SALE Household goods, ,un leav
ing town. Call J435 Trade street.
FOIt SALE, Choice eating potatoes,
not frosted, UOe. per bushel, l'hona
WANTED Plumbing done in exchange
for dentistry. Address 1) 44, care of
WANTED To rent 7 or 8 room house
reasonably closo in. Address N. i. G-,
care Journal. tf
WANTED Will pay well for use of
$100 for 90 days. E, care Capital
WANTED Electrician to do work in
exchange for dentistry. Address J 43
FOR SALE 15 acres bottom lind,
south of Marion. Mrs. E. Thomas,'
Marion, Oregon. April!
WANTED To trade Italian prune
trees for wood. Mill Creek Nursery.
2480 State street. Feb2S
WILSON Strawberry plants, large va
riety, for Bile, $1.23 per thousand. R.
9. II.' C. Zielinski. Feb29
FOR RENT Improved ten acre ranch,
close in. W. A. Penney, 1743 South
Commercial street. Feb2S
WANTED Fresh young Jersey cow.
Riding pony and saddle for Bale. C.
W. Smith, R. F. D. No. 7. FebSo
B'OR SALE llarley Davidson motor
cycle in fairly good condition. Cap
ital Journal Printing Co. tf
FURNISHED HOUSE For rent, striet
ly modern $15. Phone 1737W, or call
evenings, 399 Mission street. Feb29
LOST White bulldog, weight 72 lbs.,
wore collar, $1 reward for return to
Hong Noodle House, 430 Ferry street.
A. P. TINGSTRO.M No located at
642 Court street. Upholstering, fur
niture repairing and carpet cleaning.
TO RENT An up to date 5 room bun
galow, two blocks from car line. G.
W. Laflar, 406 Hubbard building.
WANTED By two young business men
board and room with use of garage,
close in. Address J-44, care Journal.
22 DUROO SHUATS (io to 90 pounds
will sell cheap it' taken at once. G. V.
Jones, Route 8, Box 74, Phone 29F2.
GOAT AND SHEEP SHEA KING Ky
up to date power equipment. List your
order at Salem Fuel Yards. Phone
LOST One pair glasses, gold rims, in
a C. T. Ponicroy ense. Finder return
to Capital Nitional Bank and receive
WANTED Girl from 12 to 15 years old
to stay as one in small family. Small
wages, (i. C. Jones, Route 8, Box
74, Phone 29F2. Feb25
FOB RENT Store, 21x165 feet, elec
tric lights and steam heat. See Watt
Bhipp Co., 219 North Commercial
street. Phone 363. tl
FOIt SALE Cheap, sawmill donkey
engine and equipment, 13 million feet
timber available. Inquire at 744 N.
Commercial street. Feb26
FOR SALK Kino residence lot, 62x103
feet, Capital and Center streets. Price
$2800. Write J. W. Beck Icy, Ncr
strand, Minnesota. Mar23
WANTED To buy cheap for cash,-a
good second hand manure spreader.
Address Bruce Bowne, Turner, Ore.
FOR SALE At a bargain, a H horso
Fairbanks Morse gasoline engine. Can
be seen running at 1475 X. 4th. Phone
2017J. Arthur Tucker. Keb23
FOR SALE A beautiful modern home,
buildings new, including three acres
of mixed orchard at, city limits. Ad
dress 75 C, care of Journal. Fcb29
WILL Bl'V CITY Or country proper
ty that will pay good interest on the
investment. Address Journal, Box
100. ' - Feb28
EXCHANGE Will sell good llarley
motorcycle cheap, or trade tor horse
and buggv. Apply nt Capital Journ
al office. tf
DAN T TAKE CHANCES With Gnm
osis. plant top grafted cherry trees.
We have a few left. Harry E. White.
Phono 14F15. " Feb28
FOR SALE 60 ncres at $33 per acre,
6 miles from Scotts Mills; 5 78-100
acres near Salem for $800. M. M.
Magee, Salem, Route 5. Phone 81P23.
FOR SALE Borne household furniture
at give away prices, also set IVi inch,
double harness. Leaving city. Come
and see it at 1391 Broadway street.
$1250 WILL lit Y 1 ACRE With 1
neat 4 room house, chicken house, 3-4
acre in berries on the car line. Easy
terms. ,T. A. Mills. Feb26
WILL TRADE 5 passenger automo
bile. Overland, good running order, for
equity in city or country property.
Address .Toiirn il. Box I. Keb28
FOR SALE ( heap, a beautiful modern
homo, buildings now including 3 acres
of mixed orchard at city limits. Ad
: dross 75 (', cure of Journal. Kcb29
FOR RENT Three or four room mod
ern furnished apartment. 325 S 14th
iinu WILL Hl'Y A beautiful acre on
12th street, 5 or (i Mocks to the car
line all fenced and has a good well
on it. Easy terms. J. A. Mills, 3S4
State street. Feb26
WANTED Work bv experienced milk
er and farm worker. Address 33 .1.
care Journal. Fcb25
POSITION WANTED By married
man on hop ranch or farm, experienc
ed in dairy and goner il farm work,
no children. Box 3S, Route No. !, Sa
lem. Oregon. Fcb26
FOH SALE ('renin separator, Improv
ed Economy, gnarintood in good con-1
di t inn. Phone 3IF11. Feb2Sj
FOR SALE Driving mare. cow. wagon,
surrev. cream separator and range,
SUd S. 14th. Phone 952. Keb2S
WANTED TO Bl'Y Horses, weight
about 1300 or 1350. nUo one 1'nO. Not
over 9 venrs old. F. M., care Journ il.
$75 AN ACRE For 10 ncres 7 miles
out, 30 acres plow Innd, 12 acres tim
ber, fine spring witer. nil fenced.
$1000 down, balance at 6 per cent. J.
A. Mills. 3M State street. Fcb26
oiiu ACRES In southern Oregon, well
improved, to trade for farm land in
the Willamette valley $H!i.50 per ncre.
It is miles from large city and
R. li. See J. A. Mills, 3S4 Suite St.
AUTO FOR SALE Good Studebaker 4
passenger auto for sale at a sacrifice,
good shape; also household furniture.
Call at 1045 North Capital or phone
WANTED By a fast work woman,
housecleaning, sweeping nnd dusting;
also mending, darning, filet crochet,
knitting and tatting done to order.
Phono 1947M. Keb28
FURNISHED HOUSE 5 rooms with
large yard, chicken house, some fruit,
electric light and water, rent right to
reliable parties. 1306 N. Church.
Call Tel. 15F3. Fcb20
FOR SALE Beautiful five acre tract,
free soil, well drained, under cultiva
tion, modern bungalow, one mile
north of fairground, paved road, R.
9, Box 5, Salem, Oregon. Mar3
WANTED At onoe, from one to three
ton No. 10, 12 or 14 second hand hop
wire. Must be cheap. State what
yon have and where it is and price,
in first letter. 13, care Journal. Feb25
FOR SALE That young team of mare
with: harness and wagon will be at
Cherry City Feed Barn, Saturday,
February 2fith. Y'on can 't beat them
if yon want x good team. Come and
see them. Feb25
WANTED TO TRADE House and lot
on South ISth street. Will take
part in automobile or auto truck and
two or three cows and team. Answer
by letter. Miss Mary M. Mathorn,
Amity, Oregon. " Feb23