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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON. FRIDAY. MARCH 24. 191fi.
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to be a good
M. A. GUNsT ft CO.
TO SEEBiG BATTLE
Odds Are In Favor of Willard
Rules For Fight Strict,
and To Be Enforced
fca iid lid a fca wt ui a m& M k Ut id nut J 4 fi JaadfcJa4&.iuiiW
for Immediate Delivery
5 Load lots at
Spaukling Logging Co.
Front and Ferry Telephone 1830
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New York, Mar. 21. With ."II de
tectives at the ringside .mil members lit'
I lii' boxing commission armed with rule
hooks mi the job, .Ti's-s Willard ami
Frank Moran will fight for the world's
heavyweight championship lit .Madison
Square tomorrow night. The crowd, it
is estimated, will total more than 12,-
With the fighters ready, then' was
cniisider.tbie discussion today about the
rules under which the affair must lie
conducted. The state commission as
-cits that there shall be no hitting in
the clinches, no hitting in the breaks
no backhand m In i li tl. no kidney punch
ing, no unnecessary clinching anil no
And if any of the rules are broken
and the boxing ruin mission wints to
enforce its mandates, remember the .10
The fans hardly expect a knoekout.
The odds are extremely against any
such ending to the bout. The biggest
bet recorded was said to have been
nnidi) by llarrv Moore, of Chicago, $1,
lino .mil $10,000 tiiat nniHt of the Now
York newsjiaiiers will give Willard Nie
Fans who have made the pilgrimage
here from as far away points as Sar,
Francisco expressed great astonishimit
when they saw Will nil . swatting iiis
sparring partners. Manlev Fay, of San
Francisco was frankly surprised, lie
said Willard showed tho greatest im
provement of any boxer he ever knew.
Those who saw the champion when he
was fighting irojinil Los Angeles said
the Willard of today was not the same
man whose boxing Referee Charley l'!y
tou of tiie Verson sircna likened to that
of a ' ' washer woman. ' '
Willanl stayed in his hotel room to
'ay, but occ.isionnlly flakes of plaster
ing floated from ceilings below to tell
oilier guests that II. former eowpiiurh
er was skipping rope or engaging in
some other innocent pastime.
.Moran broke the scale at. 202 pounds
when he tread oa them this morning.
Then he went back to bed and read
about the stock market, being just "on
Scores of fan:; loitered .lroiiud toe
boxers' quarters today, but no hard
work was done by either man.
The Yannigana Won.
Hnvcs Springs, Cal., Mar. 21. Oak-
laud ynuniguns had too much speed I
tor the regulars uid beat them Ii to 1 i
in a seven inning game, which caused j
the second string men to stalk around:
today with their chests stuck out so
iiiaiblcs would not roll off their wish!
bonesj Doflh teams; shfiwed lots of;
"stuff, flie fielding of llarlieaux, Da
vis and llurg looking high grade. Next
Monday the team goes to OiMaml lor
a week of pradice there before, the
i season opens.
' I py
New and Used
We need the space, hence the ex
tremely low prices. See list below:
One 818 Cast Iron Detroit Range with dull steel high closet, sanitary base, 18-inch
oven, six lids, double fire backs, draw-out hearth, a fine baker; regular $: 18.50
value; special on this range . . . $24.50
IUne large Detroit Look btove with large reservoir, very much the same as tne
above ranee: regular nrice $:)5.00: special price for this stove W
Also one exactly same as above but slightly. used; regular $35, used price. .
One new Kitchen Gem Cast Iron Cook Stove; regular $12.50, sale price
Also one larger size .-r $9 00
Four all steel body Cook Stoves with good cast tops, sells jegularly for $12.00,
special while they last $8 75
One used Buck Steel Cook Stove in good condition, sold new for. $: 10.00, sale
One large $65.00 Bridge-Beach Steel Range with Reservoir, in fine condition, just
the Stove for large family, boarding house, lodge or church kitchen. This Range
is well worth $40.00, but will be sold for. " $25.00
One $50.00 used Standard Steel Range in good condition, special $J$ QQ
One used $10.00 Royal Range, a very neat small sized- Range in good order, price
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sponsible or more than one insertion
for errors in Classified AdertiBe
mentn. Read your advertisement the
first day it appeurs and notify ni im
mediately if it contains an error.
Minimum chirce. Uc.
PHOJSE 937 Cor wood saw.
We guarantee our second hand Ranges to be in good order and to do first class
cooking. Used Ranges taken in exchange for new or bought outright. Let us
figure with you on anything you need in Furniture; we will take your used furni
ture in exchange.
TAKE NO CHANCES
It is the Sucresxfnl. Safe Kemedy for
n';in ilistn)U'r, ynu nn usiml;' m ri'iiu'dv
Ot IIHIWII Ilinl pl'tVlM) llll'lU. It i S'W'O
- li'u,tiiliil)lit riist in nliility t" IhmiI.
Sn r:iiiii is it.i m'tinn lliut .-nK'tnlhl
T.-tiil'ls ii iv (it'trii lirmiiiht n limit in i'lii-t'
tiiiu1. hlti(i; 1nps tit uinc.
'sr 'ov Ki'tMiiM, riintlt". nil Ittliintr
'I'kmiIiIi". lu's. I nl" In hum! 'onipU'x
i.lns, 1'ikIim1 I'i'iIiu'ss, i'liilliliiin;,
Woimils, .Mm aitiis ; in short, rivy ir
1 1 ' j il:t r .Hiu t :n r ri'iitii I inn.
Ami set tlnit tin1 !ip you iim1 is
I'l'.slnin Son p, itii nl'soluti'ly s:it'(- M'-.ip
I'.ir tlMhllT, Sl'lLsittVl skin.
l'nr sninplos, .st'inl Ic stumps to I'iimt
;.'iity I .:ilnii;itt'iirs, ."IL1 Wc-t -."!h St.,
Yoik ritv. Sol, I l.v nti )iu-::iMs.
WANTKD Urv cows and strippers.
Phone 142.-1-M. April
I ( ' v. ! , Y vpkxisii h u Housekeeping
rooms, 339 Center. Mar-
UOUSEKEEl'IXU ROOMS New and
clean. 170 Court street. Aprla "
FOR RENT Furnished housekeeping
rooms, 491 North Cottage. Mar31
FOR SAL E $5.00, m ilo pointer pup, 4
mos. old. i'hone 30KJI. Mm-4
(JAK, dry ash, fir and maple cord wood.
Phone 1322-J. W. F. Proctor. AprlO
Mount Angel Has
New Sewer System
Mt. Aiiycl, Or.. M:ir. -J I.- The cily of
Ml. Anycl luis jiwt ii'iiiplclc.l n .".iii'O
fun! M'wer -vIimii nl nil :ippiniiu:ile
i :ii of ..iiiio, wiiich v:im sttirti'.l. ('mi
!iiii iiiii wns .tiiiu1 entirely hv liniiic 1:1
Imr tniilcr lite mipci iiuii til' l'. V. Kd
M''. of Pnrtliiihl.
Xeiintur in l'.int Ins entered the re
pnliilicuii j oi i . ii t i : I nice, n tiie f:i-
i r i t Kim nr Delewnre. possilily expect
iin Iiis "Imriel" to inerenso hi" popularity.
COLlAfI 2 for 25c
IT TITS THE CRAVAT
rniFTT, M'nn1Vrf Inc. Mlrm.
Standing of Teams.
W. .1.. I'd.
t'apilnl Nntinn.il Ilnili ...II 2 .s Hi
Kry 'h liriif? tftiiro 9 4 .(iOJ
i:U.mpx 9 I .Ii92
' 1 1 1 i I :i I IliisinesM College .... S ."i .liln
I'lice Sliee Co ii 7 .I'll
Wntt .Hiiipp tv .1 ,s
I In user hi us ; III
M.'in.liii'il ( lenuers 1 I ' .n77
The Cnpilnl Nntionnl Hunk (inched
the i h.'iiiipiiinsliip of the Cnnnner. ini
hii.-kctlmll lenj-iie of the V. M. ('. A.
My dcl'i-eiiiii; 1'n St iiidnrd CIcmihms
liiM tiidit nl liie nssne iniiun yinnnsi
iiui. The SiMinlnrl ('lenuers hnve also
i in licit the tail end of tiie lumnl. W illi
I no hank the iiiidi'-piiled lenders of the
leayue the (junes nest week will he of
iniporlance to those teams who nie
neither in first nr last place. It is im
cleaners In change their position ns the
result of the last series next week.
Cnpital II ink Standard Cleaners
I'lice (III I' (!' Hail
' nner ( H !' , Witte
haker (si (' ( D ) Allrd
U illianis ( 1 1 C () i ai tiss
oscl I Stive
final score: Capital National Hank
J7; M iiidaid ('lenuers S. '
hisiinps Capital lliisines.s Colleiie i
Ai kennan (it) .. .. r' AM o '. '
Hadcliffe, (', (:) .. ! (-') Toi'ier'
Seanister C Ka nnaiijiir
liailclit te, II. . II . I oiiper
Ifainsevei . (I Mueller
V (1) Mclntyro
, 1'inal score; Hishops is, Capital
Hostness Colle;:' t. ,
Manser Sins. I'roe Shoe Co.
M :i nti inn C1 1' Wehii '
Wollinrn ('-') V h'ainsever
Miller (I) (' i) I tKr
IV l-"l'l' " i l.eisev ,
Wood II (I:!) Knii j
l'innl si oie: I'ri, ,. ( ho,. Co, 1 Ihii-'
cr Bros, II. i
I'i" Din Sinru Watt Shinn Co. i
Pultun V (4) Kowlund
'looks (:) 1' .... (7) Cahls Inrt j
Whitney CJ) (' (LM ('arson
Miiit.ni ,i Moiirman
I llllk (S liosS'
1'iiial seme: Witt Shipp ( o. Id, I'rv I
I'r"-' store I. I
Officials: 1J. I Matthews, referee;
Demetral Soon Thrown.
Hutte, Mont., Mar. 21. William
licmcttul, (ireek wrestling champion,
was shooting for a return match today
followiii' his speedy defeat hv .hie
Steelier, of llodee, NehrnsU I. Steelier
took two falls out of the Athenian in
less tiinn fifteen minutes.
To Coach Stanford.
I'alo Alto, Cal.. Mar. 24.. lack Mc
Carthy, former major league umpire,
signed today to coach the Stanford uni
versity hisehall team. Harry Welter
has (rune south to join the Angeles.
McCarthy will he professor of the hase
hull class for only two weeks, as the
season closes soon.
Seals Training Hard.
San .lose. Cal., Mar. 21. Moss Wol
verlon had his Seals out in I. una I'uk
Inidit and early today to innke up fori
lost lime when shrill winds mid deep
mud made work impossilde. Trainer
Carroll after divine hrooil n close
inspection today, said tiie men were
rounding into condition this year hot
tor Ih in in previous sensons wdien they
hurried mailers to engage in stiff prac
tice Raines with the White Sox.
Boes Out of Hive.
Modesto, Cal., Mar. 2 I --Althoiinh the
ground was still a trifle like liecriniut
chewing mini today, the Sail hake Hoes
worked hard chasing the hall, gralihitig
flics and getting toeir eyes on this
so r im's assortment of curves. With
good hot sunshine to dry it nut. the
hoys hope the grounds will lie in shape
for a practice game tomorrow. Lolly
Owen, southpaw claimed hy Imlh Salt
Lake and Portland, is still working
w it a t he saints hero.
More Candidates File
For State Offices
linlicrt Service, of Bilker, is n candi
date fur nomination hv tiie republican i
party for the office of commissioner of
the public service commission for the
district composed of the counties lying
east of the Cascade mountains.
Others who filed are:
O. M C'nrkins, of Enterprise, candi
date for nomination by the democratic
party 'for the office of district attor
ney for Wallowa county.
.fulien A. Hurley, of Vnle. candidnte
for nomination by the republh'n t party
for the office of state senator. Twenty
second seii.'ttofial districf.
W. 51. Davis, of lfirf land, candidate
for nomination by the republican partv
for the office of circuit judge, Fourth
judicial district, department No, .'1.
John F. Hall, of Miirshfiehl," caiu'i
date for nomination by the democratic
pnrtv for the office o'f district attor
ney for Coos eouutv.
Arthur K. Peck, 'of Marsh field, can
didate for nomination by the republican
party for the office of representative
in the legislative assembly. Fifth rep
Charles Albert Small, of I.n ("I : air ",
candidate for nomination by the rop'in
lican party for the office of represen
tative in the legislative i.'SMihly,
Twenty-fifth representative ! strict.
More Ammunition Is
Delivered to Carranza
T.os Angeles. Cal., Mar. 21. Ninety
thousand rounds of ainmiiiiit ion passe 1
through here tod iv en route Jo Laredo,
Texas, where th" consignment will be
turned over to de facto government of
ficials. According to a statement issued at
the local Carran.ista consulate the am
munition was purchased at a tiins.icf
tiou in Los Angeles from a Saa Fran
cisco munition concern.
The nniniunitioa will arrive at Lare
do Sunday morning, when,1 a de facto
consular ngent will ship it Across the
More ammunition may be ordered
fiom this concern, it was admitted.
Salyation Army Band
Pinched at Tacoma
Tacoma, Wash., Mar. 21 Hand nin-
sic as an acconi auiuient to the clank of
the police into patrol's gong was
'enough of a novelty to draw crowds to
i Pacific avenue to stare at the big
wagon. .From the invisible interior
came the strains of "When the Hull
. Is Called Up Yonder."
' The mystery was explained when the
patrol backed up to the door of Cen
tral , police sta'.ion. There emerged
'from' the miehiue with their musical in
struments, three men and three women
! wearing toe unifornis-of the Salvation
! The band had been "pinched" for
playing on a prohibited corner.
-SNOIi.VJ.IIM I AO 'JHVMIBk.
'AN NAIXOOan ISAdN3H 6 N3.tNV1d WOHJ
"OgilVliM AH XOB lVIHJ.M0-913IS9naa IV
N MM aoj ACI 3. lJj 3 M
3iavn:?H aio 3iu.
A Boxing Revival l
Sacriniento, Cal., Mar. 21. The box !
ing game is- revived in Sacramento
again today, following a card of eight i
four round bouts last night for which:
'J.oihi fight fans turned out. I
In the main event Hilly Malum, who
ciniius uie leaiiierweignc en iinpionsiu
of tiie Pacific const won an easv deci
sion over llarrv School.
Are Also Senseless
An Antonio, Texas, Mir. 21. Army
headquarters announced today that tiie
wireless between Columbus and the
American forces in Mexico would be
abandoned. Two messages from (leiiernl
John J. Pershing to (ieuernl Fred Kims
ton arrived so badly garbled tint repe
tition was demanded. The messages
were thought to contain important in
formation ho ut the limit for t'laucisco
It was stated that a lino of instil ited
wite from Casas (Irandes to Columbus
would he working shortly, an I that it
would supersede the wireless.
Meanwhile Company I of "tiie Signal
corps was ordered front El Pnso to Col
ii mi ) U4 to remedy the radio difficulty if
possible. The only intelligible message
leceived Slid that high winds were
keeping (he military aeroplanes in
II. S, Kadiliff, (imer; Oscar H. (iingrii It
jm sm www s if "flwtwwirjww
After reading and hearing; of the large increase in
the costf material You'll be surprised to see the
regular values we are showing in our Spring Goods.
Value will he as good as ever the selections as large and the colors guar
anteed the same as we have always done. We are showing liiany hall year
weights" now in our
BISHOP ALL WOOL SUITS
VALUES $15.00, $20.00, $25.00
I'Olt KENT Well furnished 5 room
cottage, 11GS Leslie., Phone I42.ri-M.
HOME COMFOUT UANGE For sale,
in "A. No. 1" shape. 287 S. Winter
GOOD COW To trade for real estate.
What have you f Address "O" care
WANTED To rent 1 or 8 room house
reasonably close in. Address N. . (i.,
care Journal. it
POIt HALF Jersey milk cow, good
milker. A. W. Lawrence. Houto 3,
liox 149. Mur2."i
CAPITAL RUG WORKS Rugs and '
carpet weaving. 371 North High St.
Salem, Or. Aprla
I'OK PENT Two mil ,1 room house
keeping apartments, furnished, 4!)l
N. Cottage. MaKSl '
FOB RKNT House and 2 lots closo to
Yew Park school. $7 per month.
Phono 994. Mar24
LADIES $2 to $(1 for six hours, easy
work. Mrs. Porter will explain. Kit)
Court street. Mar21
Edit SALE Restaurant, good location,
bargain if taken by April 1st. R. II.,
care Journal. jMar2,"i
Dli ESSM A l I Nti Alterations andre"
moileling. hv the dav or at home.
Phono HHiO-'K. Mar27
FOR SALE One good all-round horse.
Apply Willy Zirkel, Pox IPS, Uoute
7, Salem, Ore. Mar24
21,000.(10 Private money to loan on
improved secuiitv, 7 per cent interest.
W. A. Liston. Alar2."i
k)B SALE 15 acres Dottom Hnd,
onth of Marion. Mrs. E. Tiomas,
Marion, Oregon. - ApnU
DESIRABLE ROOMS Furnace he it,
fine location, excellent meils. Phone
1156-M. 1510 State. April7
ONE CYPHERS 1 NCPHATOI! And 5
portable brooders for sale at a bar
pain, i .Kino 79F1 1. Mai'25
FOR RENT Suite of front rooms for
housekeeping with furnace heat,
close in. 143 Court. Mni23
WANTED Will pay cash rent for 4 or
5 acres of good potito land. Must
be cheap. Adresa Journal C-50. Mayd
FOR RENT Neatly furnished front
apartments. Prices very reasonable.
20(5 N. High street. I'houe 1995.
GOAT AND SHEEP SHEARING By
np to date power equipment. List your
order at Salem Fuel Yards. Phone
WHITE ROCKS An egg strain of ex
hibition quality. 15 eggs by parcel
post for $1.50. Imperial Egg Farm,
Route 3, Salem. tf
SALEM STEAM and Vacuum Carpet
Cleaning Works. Fe.itliers and mat
tresses renovated. Otto F. Zwicker.
Phone 1134. Aprlj
$4.50 and ?5
TWO IS LITE Nice front rooms for
housekeeping. 4MH N. Com. street. Op
posite Marion Square. $S ami $10
per month. Mir2t
WANTED First class 'Royal or Un
derwood typewriter, cheap for cash.
Will call and examine machine. II.
K., Journal. Mar27
PRUNE TREES fi and 8 foot at 7c.
Oregon Champion gooscRcrries $15.00
per thnus.ind. Call nt office, 357 N.
Commercial. Phone 250-U. Aprl
DON'T TAKE CHANCES With gum
l osis: plant top grafted cherrv trees.
Royal Ann and Lambert on Plaek
Mnzzard stock. Harry E. White.
Phone 14F13. Mar27
SAW MILL FOR SALE 50,000 ca
pacity. H is been operated about 12
months. All ready for operating at
present time. W. A. Taylor, Maoleav,
receiver). Thoue 3SF2L Maril
BIGGEST SALE ' ever von can find:
20 acres, 16 to 17 acres plough land,
balance good timber and pasture, no
buildings. Oil county road. Little
work to irrigate 2 or' 3 acres. Good
black garden land. Price $1500, is
worth $3500. I need the monev. 2'0
miles from Silcm. "20 Acres," care
nt .Tnnrnsl. AprlS
Our circulation is coming np
and still 'growing read the .
paper and you guess the reason.