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THE PATTV HAPTTAT, .TOTRNAli, SALEM. OREGON. WEDNESDAY, MAR. 8, 1916.
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will i v.Vvv.)' 1 1
As national joy smoke
reasons y?jr P. A.
pine and rolling
I AY fire to a jimmy pipe jammed-chock-'
full of Prince Albert tobacco, or roll up
a makin's cigarette if you're digging after.
has revolutionized tha
game; why P. A. has
of pipe smokers in sue
years; why Prince Albert is today smoked
in every civilized nation on the globe!
Give P. A. the third-degree-test-out! Drill
like sixty into that enticing flavor, that fra
grance, that long-burning coolness. Your
confidence never will be abused ! The pat
ented process makes all that possible and
frees the tobacco from bite and parch!
Men who havo stowed away gentlo old pipes
for vears have brourrht tham back to the
tune of Princo Albert !
Boxers to Make This Their
Headquarters and Will
Train at Kletts
Champion Says He Will Get
at Work Next Week
Sam Lanford Done
It vili set free
Princ Ailirrt can tts purciascil everywhere
tobacco is told in toppy red LaH, 5c; tidy red
tins. 10c; handsume pound und half-pound tin
humidors, and in that chisay pound ct'yatul-gl&at
humidor vith tpone-moistc.ier top that heeps
tho tobacco in du'.'h banj-up condition!
P. A. will prove cut 100 per cent any hour
of tho twenty-four 1 It will give any man
all the pipe-happiness he ever did yearn fori
Rolled in a makin's cigarette, Prince Albert
is so refreshing and so delightful, it gives you
a brand-new idea of how mighty fine a real
makin's cigarette can be ! It's as satisfying
to your taste as the prettiest thoughts of
smoke-happiness you ever uncorked !
For Prince Albert has won its wav on its
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R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, Winston-Salem, N. C.
Cet Your Mail at Home
Say Postal Officials
( II I'-
Tin' piisliif fico deportment ill
jiiutun ilne.i lint IimiK with t'uvni' iu
pei'soii v hii jiret'erH to fet liis limit
the L'eiierul delivery lnsteinl or liv
rier nt his lejjiilnr nddress.
In filet, iestinnstei. ill nil eities hiive
rereutly received instnii'tiiins frnin the
de(iurtiiient that will make it rnther
di ll'ieult for all thwe ("'"I I'ili.eus who
live I iv one Hume lit hinne, yet eeeiiMiuii
ii 1 1 v like to L'et nut i 1 under mi iisiiiined
mine to the L'eiierul deliverv
Hereafter, one will Inive to pit up n
pretty oimI excuse nw to why the regu
lar iiinil ciii'iier is not tiul ii on l: Ii . mid
why he wants the services of tiie gen
eral delivery. A curd has heen 'iemreil
ly the iiistnf lice depiirtiiient at Wash
ington mid heienfter minors as well lis
the older folks who step up tn tiio gen
eral deliverv will lie nsked to si'Mi the
The special orders issued to postmas
ters are ns follows:
' Persons supposed to le residents
who call lit the general delivery of nucli
office for mail, niay lie reipiested to
furnish in writing their names and ad
dresses mid statements of their reasons
for usini; the general delivery instead
of the earlier service."
lr. Policy addressed . the students
this nioriiiiir ami spoke of the value to
u student of a laij;e voeilmlary. The
Spanish War Veterans
An auxiliary tn the Spanish War Vot
er prefer that part of their mail 1 erans v lis 'formed at n meetiiiji held re
ceni iv in tne arinory
President, Mrs. Nell Asselu: senior
vice-president, Mrs. Kerlha Kuinrow :
junior vice-president, Mrs. (lertrude
Wilson; liistoriaii, Miss Florence Kuin
row; patriotic instructor, Miss Viletha
Hol t ; conductor, Mrs. (Irace Cheno
welh; assistant conductor, Mrs. Jda
Sevmoiir: L'uard, Mis-s Selnia Kuinrow:
l ami L'ive their reasons as to whv assistant ijuaid, Mrs. Mvrtle Alirnnis.
they hIiouIiI nut receive mail lit the A color liearer, treasurer and secretary
regular adiliess. will lie nppoinled at the next meeting.
147-49 N. High Street
"Exide" Servce Station
Opposite Court Hou
Gv 30-SO a.h $ .89
6v 80-180 a. h $.90
12-lG-18-24v starting batteries
Labor, 75c per hour. Loaned Ratteries, 10c per day
Distilled Water and Batteries Tested Free of Charge.
Replacements Made on a1! Makes of Batteries
All parts and repairs for The Reo, Hudson and Au
burn cars furnished on short notice
Full line of parts carried for all makeS-'of batteries,
and first class service given ta every battery.
"SERVICE FIRST" C. C. SIMERAL, Prop.
thinker must have a sufficiently linue
voi-aliulary to select words so that he
can nialie fino distinctions in thought
processes, not merely deal vv'th gener
alities. Tho individual endeavors to
express liis. emotions with words mid
lliis Accounts inanv times for the utter
ances of persons of "Oh!" and "Ah."
when viewing some truly grent work of
art. Itecanso thev have failed to do-
and the following ! "'.".'l' '"V" vocainnar.es ney nave in
I minted the opportunity to express their
einotioiiH mid eradnally they disnpepiir.
Shakespe.iro is leuieinlieretl today not
liccnu.se he alnl a vocalmlary of 1,000
words lint instead one of l."i,000. lie
was tilde to sav thiiiL's that touch ev-
erv class of people. A man niav lie
sized up by his speech, as it is usuallv
indicative of his character. As he
thinks, ho ho speaks; mid us a man
speaks he is.
I-rieiiilslnps ot lastuijj oualities are
formed liy those who can clearly ex
press themselves as they lire thus nidi
I to ho understood.
I The Welistoriau Literary society will
give in interesting program tonight,
not in their halls hut in file class room
of l'rof. Matthews in Futon hall, due
to the rain having leaked through the
roof ill Waller hall and spoiled the
plastering in their walls.
The program :
, "The (lieatest Need of High
Schools," II. Dowers.
Vocal Puet, Alpiieus (lillete, Uustiv
"'hinese Warfare in the I-. S." 1'.
"The liird of Mvsterv," ( hap. L T..
"The t'ollege Man and the Metro
polit an Newspaper. ''
"Mormon Virtues, " P. Pool,.
" I'arlianieiitaiy I'ractice" II. Fakin.
The I'liilodoriaa program lr this ev
ening is ,ilso one of interest inasmuch
as u 11 ii in tier of live subjects are up
" Itailroad Forts," 1!. T.you.
"Astoria Hale Case," llreen.
"Wise mid Otherwise," 11. Tolde.
'.' I'riiieiples of Pefense," T. Fsteb.
Fxtenipoianeous talks on:
" Proposed I'. S. Protectorate over
"The New Revolution In Mexico."
Heeding the call for nation il de
fense, several of the Willamette stu
dents have Joined Company M, O. X.
Ii. At present there are six w'.m are
members ,the latest to enlist me Koland
.leffrev, ' I.ee McCallister mid Poll
Oiovcrnor Wit hvconilie tod.iy issued
restoiiitions to citizenship to the fol
lowing two men who have been out on
parole from the penitentiary for the
past several years.
William Nash, sentenced from linker
eoiintv in March. 101.1, for larceny of a
cow, paroled March L'H, 1014.
Curtis llelvey, sentenced from Cl.ick
ainns county in January, 1011, for man
slaughter, paroled June 10, 101.'!. The
filial release of llelvey was recommend
ed bv Judge J. I'. Campbell, of Oregon
Al Summers, who boxed a draw with
Valley Trambitas at the Rose City
smoker last night, will arrive in SalPm
this week to train for his match with
"Fighting" Billy Murray which will
be pulled off in Portland lit a smoker
to be held March IS At last night's
smoker in Portland, Jimmy Fox. of Sun
Francisco, lost a decision to Joe Benj
amin, of Spokane. Fox recently boxed
a draw with Billy Mascott in Port
land and the fans who saw him work
think the boys would prove n good
drawing card in Salem, and a match
may be arranged later.
liilly Mascott will box Charlie David
son, of Seattle, in Salem, .March It", ac
cording to Bobbv Kvans, matchmaker
of the Capital City Athletic club. Da
vidson is touted as the best boy in the
Sound City and will make a headline!'
with Mascott that should prove a hum
.Mascott will box Tex Vernon in Port
land .March 25 and Fox again in Port
land during the second week in April.
Mascott has one win to his credit over
Tex Vernon but the little boxers put
up a lively go whenever they are
matched and always draw a good
Valley Trambitas, who boxed Al Sum
mers, appeared in a smoker early in
the winter when he boxed Tad Derby
shire. Trambitas had everything his
own wav in tins bout and did not ex
tend himself to bent Derbyshire. Sum
mers broke his hand at the last smoker
held in Salem and the injured member
bothered him in the use of his right
ugainst the lioununiiaii.
Xew York, Mar. S. Tex Rickard,
promoter of the AVillard-.Moran fight,
is due to appear before the state boxing
commission today and submit all con
tracts and plans for inspection.
Jess Willard boxed eight rounds to
day, but contented himself with only
a little road work, on account of the
slush in the streets. Xext week he
promises to spar 10 rounds daily.
Mornn worked out at Hawkins' road
house, going three fast rounds with
different partners. Bart ley Madden, a
shifty boy, made Mown miss frequent
ly. In the last minute the challenger
speeded up and landed several heavy
Orcgons Vin Three
Games From Lojus
The Oregon bowlers won three
straight g.nnes from the Lojus at the
Club alleys last night. Annibal, of the
Orcgons was high man with a score of
'-"I ami also held tli-high average at
-10. The scores follow:
1 2 3 Av.
Anibal -J:'.l 100 210 210
Suiidiii ' 100 MS I Hi I Til
Zeuger 211 100 20.") 10."i
Whoilev I SS 177 ISli 1st
l.aflar 1S1 203 lSo 100
FEES MUST BE PAID
Olympia. Wish., Mar. 8. The slate
supreme court today decided, tliat the
legislative act requiring tuition fees at
tiie state university, was constitution
al. The lest case, brought by a former
student, sought to prove that the fee
was discriminatory against poor people.
ATLANTA. 24 In. kUh
, WHITBY. 1 la. hih v
tl!8rl O..II. r.tt (V, lr. I'Wi
Totals 071 Ss7
Tot.il number of pins 2700,
Team average ISO.
Benjamin Got Decision.
Portland. Ore., Mar. 8. Joe Benj
amin of Spokane, today holds a decision
over Jimmy Fox, the San rrnneisco Ia
pounder, who claimed the Pacific coast
featherweight championship. Though
favoring Fox during most of the mill
ing fans generally accepted the ver
dict at tho end of six rounds.
Al Summers and Valley Tranilietus,
middleweight, fought to a draw, so they
w ill have to spit nt a crack to see which
meets Fighting Bill v Murray in the
next headliner event.
Hoppe and Jap a Tie.
Portland, Ore., Mar. 8 After divid
ing honors yesterday, Willie Hopne and
Koji Yamadn prepared for two more
exhibition 1S.2 balk line billiard games
today. Yesterday afternoon Hopne de
feated the Japanese champion -ftlO to
258. In the evening, Yamnda came out
on top 400 to 284.
Seattle, Wash.. Afar. 8. Steve Rey
nolds, local middleweight, and Hi liy
Murray, of California, will mix In a
four round boxing encounter here next
Tuesday night. Sid Mitchell, the Aus
tralian, will challenge the winner.
Langforrl is Easy.
New- York, Mar. 8. Sam I.angfcird
seems to have lost completely the form
that once made him one of the most
feared fighters. He was easily out
fought in a 10-rmmd battle here last
night by Harry Wills, of New Orleans.
Percentage In League
Series Due For Change
After Tonight's Games
PHONE 037 lor wood tin.
-Beef cattle and
DRESS MAKING Mrs.
gers, 242 S. 10th.
HOUSEWORK WANTED By
Udy. Phono 210.
WANTED Home canned fruit.
HOW. 459 Stato street.
WANTED A girl for houso work. Call
afternoons at 730 Hood street. MarS
OAK, ash, fir
and maple cord wood.
W. F. Proctor. MarlO
FOR SALE Thoroughbred Llewellyn
pups . Five weeks old. Phouo 132.
ROOFS REPAIRED Guaranteed not
to leak. Phono C44-R, or 747-M.
FOR SALE Store
and one showcase.
F. W. Woolwortb.
EXPERIENCED GIRL Wants house
work. Can give references. Phone
FOR RENT Three or four room mod
ern furnished apartment. 323 South.
14th street. Marll
WANTED To rent 7 or 8 room nous
reasonably close in. Address N. IS. Q.,
ears Journal. tt
FOB SALE 15 acres bottom lind,
south of Marion. Mrs. E. Thomas,
Marion, Oregon. ApnU
FOR SALE Swedish select white oats
at 40 cents per bushel. Geo. Schaap,
Pratuni, Oregon. Mar 18
DESIRABLE ROOMS Furnace heit,
fine location, excellent metis. Phone
1156-M. 1510 State. April7
WANTED To buy a work horse,
woight about 1200 pounds, not over 8
yeirs old. Phono 14F15. . MarS
WANTED Place to work for board
and keep of little girl. Address ('. A.
II., care of Capital Journal. MarS
LIGHT DRIVING HORSE For sale or
will trade for heavy horse or cow.
Ed Ilarr, 1980 Waller street. Mar9
A GOOD PROPOSITION For 2 strong
young men. A piece of good land for
your labor. "M" care Journil. Mari)
WANTED Will pay cash rent for 4 or
5 acres of good potito land. Must
be cheap. Adress Journal C-50. May6
FOR SALE Jersey cow giving 3 gal
lons day, and heifer 0 months old.
Sell one or both. Phone 2500.14.
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LA FOLLETTE BILL TO STAY
Seattle, Wash., Mar. 8 Captain John
F. Plain, of the Pacific Coast Steam
ship company, has just returned from
Washington after endeavoring to in-
' terest congress in the repeal of the I.a
I Follette bill, mid the establishment of
a shipping commission. He says ship
I ping men can expect no relief from the
I present session of congress and that
members will nut even listen to propos
als regarding the net.
8 1 (Hi 82
Five of the famous widow pension
cases were being argued before Judge
Galloway today after the forenoon was
spent in taking the testimony of the
widows who petitioned for a pension of
the comity court. The county court re
fused to grant their pensions' and the
attorneys for the w illows secured a w rit
of mandamus requiring the court to
show cause why the pensions were not
granlcTI. The contentions of the coun
ty court were then upheld and the at
torneys appealed 'from (lie county court
to the circuit court. The cases heard
today were these of Mrs. Alice Brym
iielson, Mrs. Kllen Tucker. Mrs. Ma
tilda Chainlee, Mrs. Eva M. Wolfe and
Mrs. Carrie M. Chase. Attorneys
George G. Bingham is representing the
county court nod Attorneys Walter T..
Toozc, Jr., nnd F. A. Turner are repre
senting the widows. The remainder of
the 21 cases will be heard tomorrow.
Standing of Teams.
Capital N.itional P.auk 8
Capital Business College ..8
Price Shoe Co 3
Watt Shipp Co 2
standard Cleaners 1
llauser Bros 1
The eleventh series of the commer
cial basketball league will be played
tonight in the association gymnasium
starting at 7:30 o 'clock.
Probably the most important game of
the evuing will be between the Capital
National Bank and the Capital Busi
ness teams. Both hive a percentage
of Sflo and are tied for first place.
With but three more series to be played
in addition to tonight's series it looks
as if the team winning this particular
game will be high bidder for the cham
pionship of the league.
Tho first game of the evening will
be between the Watt Shipp Co. ind
the Price Shoe Co. nnd will be played
at 7:30. '
The second game will be between the
Bishops and the llauser Bros, and will
bo played tit 8:00 o'clock.
The name between the Capital Na
tional ll.ink nnd the Capital llusiness
College will be played at 8:30 o'clock.
The fourth game will be between the
Standard Cleaners and the Frv Drue
store and is scheduled for 0:00 o'clock.
GOAT AND SHEEP SHEARING By
up to date power equipment. List your
order at Salem Fuel Yards. Phone
FOIl RENT Improved 5 acres in bear
ing fruit, also 5 room modern house
cheap. Joseph Barber. Phone 254
or 1722. Mar9
THE COTTAGE HOTEL Remodeled
into housekeeping np.irtments, 1, 2
and 3 rooms, ready for occupancy,
100 Court street. MarlO
FOB BENT Store, 21x163 feet, ele
trie lights and steam heat. See Wt
Shipp Co., 219 North Commercial
itreet. Phone 363. tt
FOR SALE Fine residence lot, 62x103
feet, Cipital and Center streets. Price
$2800. Write J. W. Beckley, Ner
strand, Minnesota. Mar23
FOR SAL10 Very cheap, one 4j horse
power Newwny gisoline engine, can
bo seen nt 1475 N. 4th street. Phone
2017-J. Arthur Tucker.
NICE ROOMS Furnished or unfurn
ished, with or without board, by day
or week. Apartments. Phone 635 for
special meals. 305 N. High. MarS
WANTED Room and board in private
family by middle-aged gentleman. A
pbee where I can feel at home. Ad
dress J. N., care of Journal. Marll)
WANTED For cash, good horse for
general purposes on small ranch
weight 1100 to 1200. Not over 9 yrs.
old, must be sound. Phono 89 F22.
FOR SALE Jersey cow. Phone 53F5.
Fill SALE Three milk cows. Phone
11 ENS For
FOR SALE Motorcycle, cheap,
nt Capital Journal
FOR RENT Furnished housekeeping
rooms, 401 North Cottage. Mar.'ll
glove. Call at
and pay for ail.
Chester Hoffman, who was arrested
bv Sheriff Kscli last Saturday on a
charge of forgerv, was taken out to the
penitentiary today bv Parole Officer
Joseph Keller, to begin serving the re
mainder of a sentence of one to five
years. Hoffmnu was arrested January
13, 1013, on n charge of passing bad
paper nnd sentenced to from one to
five veins April 8. 1013. He was pa
roled 'from the bench ami in the same
vear passed some mere bad paper and
Seoleinber 13. 1013. his parole was re
voked and he served over a year in the
pen. After his release he went to
work and kept out of trouble for some
time nnd his recent act in passing n
bad check r.t the Iddings store on stale
street, was responsible for his latest
A suit was filed in the circuit court
tedav bv Coididge & McClaine against
D. A. Vogt to collect morey alleged
to be due on two promissory notes, for
3.I100 nnd ,77n.7ii respectively. The
. CMI.K INCI-HAToH-Fiu- sale, and
i '.i i i. i tinttercup eg
and $,,) ell the second. Real property v . .. '
FOR RENT Furnished and unfurnish
ed modern house, G. W. Johnson, tf
WANTED Modern house close in
good lot. Must be bargain. Box (17.
r OR SALE Good work team, iflOO. M.
Dancer, Center Street Feed Barn.
FOR SALE Grain, vetch and clover
h iv at farm. Garden road. Geo.
FOR SALE Cheap, IS acres of good
grain or fruit land, well improved,
with or without stock and imple
ments. Salem, Route 9, Box 78.
WANTED Solicitors to represent tlu
Singer Sewing Machine company in
Polk county. Also for Marion coun
ty. Address H. F. Knelt, Salem, Bos
WANTED Man tn care for ten acre
orchard tract near Crowley station
for season 1910. Address Clark Mu
Bie company, Wall i Walla, Washing
TO EXCHANGE One
ground, with good 0
chicken park, other out
Falls City, for Salem
what have yowl Care
acre of good
FORD ('A !iS WANTED Good team,
wagon and harness to exchange for a
late model 5-pnssenger Ford; also
good Ford roadster for 1 ite model 5
passcnger Ford. Will pay cash dif
ference. Phone 1722. Mar9
has been attached
in connection w ith I
$1.00 per setting. 542
The Southern Pacific now wants a
compromise settlement of its "rights"
to O. & r. grant lauds. It's iiluay ad
visable to compromise when the fight
is going against you.
FOR SALE Very cheap, oncMottsing
er auto spirker. nearly new. Pur
vine Pump and Implement Co. MarlO
FOR SALE One solid quartered onk
bookcase, 1 kitchen cabinet, ( all S.
E. comer Hoyt and ( oni'l. MarlO
FOR, SALF Pair geldings weight 2301),
age 10 and 12 years. Sound and true.
Price $lli0. One gray mare, weight
1200, 11 ye.us old, price $70. One
sorrel mare and bay horse, weight
2000, age !t and 10 years, price $100.
Address 2015 North Commercial.
TO EXCHANGE 1 1 on, I 411 acre farm
in valley, new buildings, prutically
all in cultivation, good sod, almost
level, near town and R. K., a dandy
home. Also good citv property. Want
hardware, or general merchandise of
any hind, any Ineitinn. Address
Owner, Box 4(i, Salem, Oregon. tf