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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM, OREGON. WEDNESDAY. MAR, 22. 1Q1fi.
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fis national joy smoke.
i Lojus Land Second
i- Place Among Bowlers
The Loins landed second place by lie
foating the Orogons in the city howl
: ilia league last night at the club alleys
.in three straight uanies. Tlie Woodmen
cinched first pl.ue liv Mon.lay nights
win ana this left the Lo.pis ami the
i Orogons to scrap it out for second hon
! ors. li. Day, of tiie Lojus rolled 214
for high fiti mo and made the high nvcr-
aye of 212.
! The scoics follow:
; 1 2 3 A v.
Stiitesiiiini 17H 17ii 1 T I 170
Pilkenton Mir IS.'. Hid 171
Hill 1(17 HI 17!) 102
; Froland Hi-. 1!I2 "III 190
,11. Dav '.'ll 211 lso "12
With Many Scats Unsold
$130,000 Has Already
Been Gathered In
CiDTrlzM mill h
It J. KirynliJj
You back-up and get a fresh start!
Know right off that thfc talk is directed
at you who can't smoke a pipj; who
can 't enjoy a rolled cigarette ! For men
who got away to a false start Prince
Albert has a word or two for what ails
their smokeappetites I
And it should be handed out hero that
digging joy from a jimmy pipe or makin's
cigarette is as easy as it is for us to tip you
off to it. All the training necessary is
to get the right
packing and fire
away I And P. A.
is the tobacco you
You'll find Prtncm A Ibtrt wait
ing your word in alt corners of
the Statet, and all over the
civilised world ! Toppy rej
bast, 5c I tidy red tins, 10c I
pound and half-pound tin
crystal-glaee pound humidor
with tponge-moiitener top that
keeps the tohacco in each fin
Forget you ever tried to smoka, for
Prince Albert is so different, so cool
and cheerful and friendly, you'll get a
new idea of smoke joy ! The patented
process fixes that and cuts out bits and
And this little preachment is also for
men who think they're on the right
track. All to ba said is that the sooner
you lay out a nickel or a dime for a
supply of Prince Albert, the sooner you'll
make a discovery that'll be worth a lot
to your peace of mind and tongue I
Get the idea of smoking all you want
without a comeback that's P. A.!
R. J. REYNOL DS TOBACCO CO., Winston-Salem, N. C
On the reven tide of this tidy red
tin you will read: " Proccs Pat
ented July 30th, 1907." which
has mad thttm men wnoke pipe
where one Amok ad before I
One Reason Why Letters j
Do Not Reach Destination'
The trials and tiilnilntioiH of I'ost
in.'isfcr Ihii'kestcin would surely lie less
if people would only take the precau
tion of writing .1 return address on the
upper left hand corner of envelopes.
And at the same lime hoth the writer
of the letter mid the one Hiitteu to
would uiiderstuud each other u little
The local postuffice is continually
receiving letters so carelessly addressed
that no attempt at delivery cull lie
made ,ind they are held up here and
potcil ill the loldiy of the postolfue
tnistine; perhaps thnt 1 lit1 writer may
accident ly recognize the inis-directed
letter, liiiter, all these misfits tire
sent to the dead letter office nt Wash
inulou and returned to the writer, pro
vided of course there is auythiiifj in
the letter to indicate the sender. It'
tin' writer just siuns n letter "IVnrie"
or some such eudeirin term, the auth
orities are up uitiust it lis there are
so uiiiiiv "henries" in the world who
lui'-sht answer to the description.
I'or instance, how is Mr. Oery (ierish
ijimih; to receive his letter, when the
address merely says 17'i l.oan Avenue,
I nliforiiiii f Then who Knows where
Mr. .1. It. Cainpliell lives.1 There is
waitiuc. for iiim letter in the Salem
postiil t ice and if anv one happens to
I. now .1 nli ii . they would
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ATLANTA. 2H la. hlih
. WHITBY. l i la. hljh
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the usual route of the
Harmless to Flush Kidneys
and Neutralize Irritating
Acids Splendid for
also will Irav
Mr. Marion K. Moore luieht have lieen
readinij his letter ere this lint the party'
wlio wrote tnin a lew days aso wis
pretty much like urandfuther 's clock
and just stopped short, never to n"
nain. At least, nt tor writing the
name, the letter was caiel'ully stamped
und as e.ircfully mailed, lint ns the
name of the city and state where Mr.
Moore is supposed to live were left off,
the letter is restine; pacefully in the
ulnss case of mis-directed letters in the
Salem post office loldiy. I "'
Tin' oflicials of the local post office!,
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ii. ii- it 'i iiiviiii uiiu iiiiii .in inifi
llillilil IDIVii lln r.it ll i-ti imiiiiiir I u.l n iii mi
lllldoulitCilly I I ,., ,, l,.'t ti.,11,1 ,.,-ii,.- Ill' ,.,,..
oiifer a favor on him liv notifviiid' the i . r i,i,,,i,,w tin .i,,, eiii i......
out it the return address was on the
envelope, even such a little matter ns
failing to write the city and state ad
dress would not necessarily result in
two people wondering, one why n cer
tain letter was not received, .unl the
oilier why n certain letter had not lieen
Moinl: Write on (lie upper left hand
corner vour name and address.
he al imstol'fice. Mr. liosco Parish nUo
lias a letter nailing. The party who!
wiote him failed to even put on a1
Nliect nundier. There lire .il'Otit 1 10,- J
liOil,MI people in the I'liiteil Stales and
it liehooves letter writers to include i
B'lMiething liesidcs a mere name.
Mrs. I. S. Collins lives ut -20:t Sliarp
jnenue, lint thnt is as far as the ad
dress goes. Mrs. Harney Miller lives
somewhere on US (iintale street, lull i
there is no one on duly .it the post
oitice hiippcns to know where Imitate
st reet happens to lie, and that letter I
Got prices on commercial printing
at Tiie Capital Journal office.
Kidney and Idadder weakness result
from uric acid, says .1 noted authority.
The kidneys filter this acid from the
lilood and pass it on to the Idadder,
where it often remains to irritate and
inflame, causing a luirniiig, scalding
sensation, or setting up an irritation
it the neck or the Idadder, ogliging
yon to seek relief two or three tunes
during the night. The sufferer is in
constant dread, the water passes some
times with a scalding sensation and is
very profuse; again, there is difficulty
in avoiding it.
ISIiulder weakness, most folks call H,
uuse they can't control iirin.il ion.
While it is extremely annoying and
sometimes very painful, this is really
one ol' the most simple ailments to over
come, (.let nliout four ounces of .lad
Sails from your pharmacist and take a
talilesiioonful in ,i glass of witter liefore
lireakfast, continue this for two or
three davs. This will neutrally,. Ihei
acids in the urine so it no longer is a
source of irritation to the Idadder and
urinary organs which thou net norm
.lid .Salts is inexpensive, harmless,
and is made from the acid of grape
and lemon juice, comliincd with lithia,
and is used by thousands of folks who
ore subject to urinary disorders caused
by uric acid irritation. .1 ml Salts is
splendid for kidneys and c.iuses no bud
Here you have a pleasant, of IVrves
, con lilhia-water drink, which quickly
! relieves bladder trouble.
are but one game li 'liiud the bank and :
if the bank should' lose either of the.
next two games yet to be played and;
the Fry's continue their winning lri'Uk 1
these two teams would break even and
nddit ionnl games would have to be play-
ed to decide the championship. j
The first game this evening w ill be i
between the .standard Cleaners and the;
Capital National bank and wiil be at
The second game will lie between the!
Bishops and the Capital business col
lege at S.
The third game will be between
Price Shoe coin pun v and the Hauser
Bros, at 8:.'10.
The 'fourth game will be between the
Fry's drug store and the Watt Shipp
company and will be at 0.
Liquid Fire Used by Germans
Aids In Making Gains
(Continued tram page one.)
w York, Mar. ll. less Willard
Frank Morun are ready for tiie
oiil' tnat will send inem mro a 10
j round slngt'e:;t at M.idison Square t-iar-(
.Ion next .Saturday night.
1 Hoth heavyweights indulged in only
j perfunctory training today. The work
was culciilateil to Keep inem umoeri'ci
up and on edge. Moran is much affect
ed by the death of Trainer Lewis' little
son, whom he regarded ns ,i mascot,
and only boxed four rounds so as not
disappoint a crowd that had come to
look him over. Willard reduced his
work to a stroll around the block, but
boxed six fast sessions.
The fans wore rather wary of Moran 's
rioht desuite the liugheiioss of Will.ird.
The terrific clouts he has dealt with
that right slightly attected the betting,
which, however, has been very light.
Observers figure that Willard will be
content to keep away from Moran and
outpoint him, while the challenger will
swing constantly for a knockout. I'n
less Moran hangs the chloroform clout
on the ch.impion visage there is no
chance of him grabbing tiie title.
Tex liicknrd, promoter, is onvelvet as
far as the expenses are concerned. With
many of the best seats unsold and nil
of the cheaper ones yet to go on sale,
Kickard already h.is UiO.OUO in the old
sock and he believes the lute sales will
increase that sum to at least ifloO.IKIO.
Seals Play Santa Clara.
Sin .lose, Cal.. Mar. '1'2. The Seals
will clash with Santa Clara university
again this afternoon for the second
time since tiie training season opened.
The Mission university boys expect to
make a better showing than they did in
the first contest when the leaguers
mauled their pitchers pretty badly.
m T,i T T r : . 1 . Tl 1.
! Chattanooga, Tenn., Mar. 2-. Jimmy
Mohnston will plav with the lirooklyn
j Nationals for a salary of $:t.iioil and;
it'ie other features of his Federal league
contract will be retained, it w.is au
'nouncoil iiere to.lnv. This is iu tiie na
ture of a compromise of Johnston's dif-
Terences with President Kbbetts of the
1 Siiperbas; The cohiipromiso was ef
jfoctive by President Full, of the base
ball players fraternity.
j Beavers Practicing.
Sacramento, Cal.. M.ir. 22. More
I routine practice for the Portland Heav
''ers was on the docket lodav, while
"hoc" Clough busied himself rubbing
the charley horses out of the flippers
of several of McCredie's very best
Nothing but yunnigaii games are
scheduled until Saturday .ind Sunday,
was l ack Henley will lend a buuc'.i of
local boys dubbed the Cascades, onto
the field to combat the northern hordes.
Tqtul number of pins
Team avor.ige Isj,
!HI '.m 90S
.1 A v.
Totals s;i s.-;7 S7ti
Total number of pins 20J2.
Tteain average 17o.
Albany Handball Men
Hurl Defi Into Camp
of Y. M. C. A. Experts
The Y. M. C. A. Buiness Men's Hand
ball team will again journey to Albany
Friday night for another tournament
with the Albany handball sharks. Knch
team lias won a series and a consider
able interest centers around this tliird
A letter was received by O 11. 'j!ng
rich of the local Y. jr. C. A. team from
A. X. Jrinton, captain of the Vitu.iy
team, in which the Albany booster toys
"Do you still calculate to briny your
bunch of supposed hnndbali artists
down here next week 'for their frnul
drubbing? We are preparing to play
all whom you may bring dow.i wit.i
you. but v,-( rid like to feel sum that
you ;nd yj.ir fohcrts are o.r.iig.
"This match will be for blood ami
some of our fellows expect to give a
per 1 1 !' ."'ii nt of themselves ffowtver
they will not crow over be'.iin.r any
oil moi: out players, and w-t do lot
v.i.-t civ such ii put in an ap :c vino,
.l'.-irg mi) handball playe. j ami ll:ise
vliii -.re in condition. Th-':i if wi: b--M
y ii iv f :!iall have the glory and if we
ilifertid it will be no ilisgra-'o.
Fo'iiowing are some of Hie m-'n who
will accompany the team: K. C. Bishop,
Oscar B. Gingrich. Ben Williams, Dr. R.
T. Jlclntire. H. V. Compton. I H.
Conipton, W. I. Staley, James Jlnr',
.Tames Young, Paul Wallace, J. P. Read,
J. It. Farrar. Kenneth Jlickey, Sum
Butler, Roy Ferguson and others.
i May Meet Stecher.
! Sail Francisco, Mur. 22. Wrestling
j fans today clamored 'for a match bo
Itween Ad Santel and Joe Steelier, the
Jess W'esterganrd twice ill one hour and
li minutes The bout was cleanlv wrest
led throughout and was pronounced the ...
fj10 .seiirnsKan marvel, ronow nig
luirinrmnnna n uf mniiT i n
FA JULY LA I'X DRY Done at home,
also wet wash, ol.") S. 10th. JIar23
WILL TItADK Oak fence posts for a
good milk cow. W, JI. Sehuett, R.
2. Phone SF2J. Jlar24
rocz and Wisniew
were lion ten off.
London, Mar. 22. Auslrinns have
abandoned the city of Czcrnowitz be
cause of Kussiau victories on the Dneis
ter according to an tineonf irmed wire
loss message from Rome todav.
If the carrier doei. not
service notify the office.
best San Francisco has seen in years.
Welsh Got the Verdict.
Xew York, Jlar. 22. Although news
paper critics gave Freddie Welsh the
verdict over Phil Bloom in their Ill
round boxing match hero last night.
Bloom's backers insist that their man
gave the lightweight champion the
hardest contest he has experienced 'since
he won the lightweight title. Bloom
easily took four of the 10 rounds by
forcing the fighting from the tap of
the gong. Xewspaper critics gave
Welsh five rounds with one doubtful.
SALK One good all-round horse.
Apply Willy Zirltol, Box 113, Route
Salem, tire. Mar24
S.MALL Bl'R BANK Seed potatoes for
sale, cheap. Dr. C. W. Heechler. Sil
vorton road, cornering on f.iir
PUl'.XK THEKS ; and S foot at 7c.
Oregon Champion gooseberries $15.00
per thousand. Call nt office, 3o7 N.
Commercial. Phone 2."0-R. Aprl
Just when the F.uropoan geography
class is ready to pass final examina
tion, along comes a new course on Jtex
ico. And this, too, when the fish are
beginning to bite!
FOR SALF Binder, mower, rake, roll
er, drill, harrows, plows, surrey,
buggy, hack, harness, sp.m brood
mares, and colt. Phone 2S7W. JIar23
To Wives: If your husband is a
graduate of a liquor-cure institute, it i-.
considered bad taste to hang his di
plonia in the living room.
ti wi sw wt pii iwl rl "b t
Make Thrift a Household Word
Teach the children to be thrifty. Habits
formed in childhood are not apt to change
in after years. The key opening box of
8;::riO!A Yvith more than fifty shines and a
ShinoiA HOME SET
for polishing is an outfit
unequalled for economy
- CLACK TAN WHITE
At all dealers Take no ralstltuie.
SHINE WITH ShivhA AKD SAVE
i Thirteenth Series
! Will Be Unlucky for
L Half of League Teams
Stnndlng of Teams.
Il'apitnl Xational Bank.. 10
i Fry 's Drug Store P
Capital lluniness College., S
I Bishops S
Price Shoe Co 5
, Watt Shipp Co 4
Hauser Bros .1
j standurd Cleaners 1
! The thirteenth series of games in the
i Commercial Basketball league of the Y.
; I C. A. will bo played in the associa ;
j t'ton gymnasium tonight commencing at !
' 7:30. With but one more-series to W
I iitave.1 in nddition to thnt tmiit'hl the
contest for the champion ship seems to 1
be between the Capital National bank'
and the Fry's Drug store. The Fry's
AU ids must be ordered for i stated
length of time, no ad to count lets thaa
PilUXK 37 or wood w. til
H AB R Y V indowcleaner.
BL'UUY FOR SALE 1980
W1IITK SEKD OATS For silc. Phone
NEW BARBKK At the old stand on
Fairground road. Mjr23
per thousand. Call .it office, 357 X".
C'om'l. Phono 2.")l)-K. Aprl
FOR SALE SO head cwea and some
lambs. 1'hono 91F12. Jlar22-
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS New and
clean. 170 Court street. Aprlj
FOR RENT Furnished housekeeping
rooms; 491 North Cottage. Mar31
PKUlNK TREES (i and 8 foot, at 7e.
Oregon Ch.impion Gooseberries $15
OAK, dry ash, fir and maple cord wood.
I'hone 13-J. w. jo. rroctor. ApriU
ItAKBKR WANTED At the Avenue
barber shop. Steady position. Mar22
STILL- HAVE OXE TEAJf Of geld
ings lett, price right. I'hone 1722.
MAXWELL RUNABOUT Fine condi
tion for sale $175. Impure 24G State
HOME COJIFOUT RANGE For sale,
in "A. No. 1" shape. liS7 S. Winter
WAITED To rent 7 or 8 room honaa
reasonably close in. Address N. E. (J.,
ears Journal. tt
CAPITAL RUG WORKS Rugs and
carpet weaving, ill North High St.
Salem, Or. Aprlj
FOR RENT A nice five room bunga
low, very cheap. G. W. Latlar, 40l
Hubbard Wdg. tf
FOR SALE 15 acres Dottom Hud,
sooth of Marion. Mrs. E. Taomsa,
Marion, Oregon. Apnll
FOR SALE Team, wagon and harness.
Address T. N. A., Route 1, Box 4-C,
Turner, Oregon. Mar22
FOR SALE 0 room modern house,
$l'Zii cash takes it. Star Grocery,
611 Market. Phone 185. tf
WANTED To borrow $800 en good
city property, what interest? Address
11. C, care Journal. Mar23
DESIRABLE ROOJ1S Furnace het,
fine location, excellent me lis. Phone
1156-M. 1510 State. AprilT
$1,000 TO LOAN On good real estate
security. Donald W. Allies, la tiiisa
Hank JUIdg. I'hone 510. Mar23
WANTED Will pay cash rent for 4 or
o acres or goon potito land, must
be cheap. Adress Journal C-50. Mayd
FOlt RENT Neatly furnished front
apartments. Prices very reasonable.
206 N. High street. I'hone 1!95.
TOIt RENT 5 room strictly modern
house furnished. Phone 1 7117 W af
ternoons. Call at 3!I0 Mission St.
QOAT AND SHEEP SHEARING By
np to date power equipment. List your
order at Salem Fuel Yards. Phone
WHITE ROCKS An egs strain of ex
hibition quality. 13 eggs by parcel
post for $1.50. Imperial Egg Farm,
Route 3, Salem. tf
SALEM STEAJf and Vacuum Carpet
tlcaning works, rentiers and mat
tresses renovated. Otto F. Zwicker.
Phone 1151. Aprlj
TWO SUITE Nice front rooms for
housekeeping. 4S8 X. Com. street. Op
posite Marion Square. $8 and $10
per month. M.ir24
FOB BENT Store, 21x165 feet, Iee
trie lights and steam heat. See Watt
Bhipp Co., 219 North Commercial
street. Phone 363. tf
WANTED First class Royal or Un
derwood typewriter, cheap for cash.
Will call and examine machine. H.
K., Journal. Mar27
There is one sure way of saving time in buying your . Shoes ask for the
"Just Wright" Shoes $4.50- -$5
and you are certain of obtaining Shoes that are right in style, quality and comfort.
They are doubly guaranteed to ycu.
I mm wm f "f rm wm wm F
I in .VJt iU i mi oil tm u M Am tt M i mm a tMi a
FOB SALE Fine residence lot, 62x108
feet, Cipital and Center streets. Price
200. Write J. W. Beckley, Ner
strand, Minnesota. Mar23
FOB SALE Auto. Overland, almost
new. Now five room bungalow. 2D
acre ranch. Some trade. Loavinsr
city. Phone 21li.
TRADE Have $700 equity in extra
large lot, fine locition, to trade for 5
acres unimproved land within 3 miles
C I til . . .,
oi ouiem, 1'iione 10-.). Jlar-J
WANTED TO RENT Furnished housa
keopmg rooms or small furnished
house, preferedly near fair grounds.
Stato prico and locntion. 33 Care
DON'T TAKE CIUXCES With gum-
osis; plant top gratteil cherry trees.
Royal Ann and Lambert on Black
Mazzard stock. Harry E. White.
Fhone 14 Flo. " Mar27
3AW MILL FOlt SALE 50,000 ca
pacity. H is been operated about 12
months. AU ready for operating at
present time. W. A. Tavlor, Macleav,
receiver). I'hone 38F24. Maril
NURSERY STOl K Lowest prices at
Northwestern nursery, rear of arm
ory. Grafted Frnnquette Wilnuts.
Budded Hollv. Choice roses, etc.
Phone 413. Mar23
BIGGEST SALE ever you cm find:
20 acres, 10 to 17 acres plough land,
balance good timber and pasture, no
Duiiiiings. un county road,
work to irrigate 2 or 3 acres.
black pardon land. Trice $1500
Worth $;I500. T ncd th ItlonAV
miles from Slem. "20 Acres'" cr