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THE DAILY CAPITAL .TO RNAL, SALE?.!, OREGON THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1916.
mm CREW MAY
Less Than Half the Funds
Necessary Raised Wolgast
S-lnnfonl University, ( nl., May IS.
Stanford 's Mtrsity crew which defeat
ed Cilil'orniu on Oakland estuary a
teiv weeks uo, probably will not go to
l"oighkeepsie this year to participate in
tint big eastern intercollegiate regatta.
This was the belief anion); the stu
dents here today when it was learned
that less than half of the $2iit0 re
quired or tho trip had been collected.
Inasmuch as the crew would luve to
tfip here June 'J in order to reach
Voughkecpaie in time to (jet some prac
tice, it is feared Hint the idpi'ired funds
will i,nt be raised.
l oach (iuerenn is doing everything
210 N. Commercial St.
For More Power, Insist
on the Straight Distilled,
IIMMMWIIHI U M-g
U 07 A
StMidard Oil Coinpany
in his power to Ret the money needed
to tiaance the tup, as he believe this
year's crew is the greatest Stanford
has ever turned out.
The Bouts at Portland
Portland, Or., May IS. In the mii.i
event of a card of mixed ring events
here lust night Lee Johnson, the eokr
ed California boxer gained the decis
ion over Joe Benjamin, of Spokane at
Jn the semi -final Danny O'Bii.'ti,
the 1'ortlanil lightweight . , outpoint'-d
Ted Meredith, colored, of tlie IT. S, S.
Smith Dakota. Romeo Hawaii and
Frank 1'irslow, l."S, fought six fast
rounds, gaining the decision.
Abe Gordon, 103, knocked mil Jimmv
Lewis, in the third round of what was
.'iclicili it d to be a six round eve:it.
A battle royal was a feature of the
Will Claim Championship
Salt Lake Oilv, Vlah, May IS. Ad
Wolgnst is getting ready to claim the
lightweight eh unphiushii of the world,
accordiuir to a slatenient today by Lnr
ney Itieliteustein, his inn linger.
Ad knocked nut young tlilbcrt, n lo
cal scrapper, in the sixth roun I last
l'i.dit without having to extend him
self. I.ichtenstein declares Champion
Freddie Walsh has persistentlv refused
to make the weight for a bnttl-j with
Wolgnst In Denver md that, therefore,
Ad will claim the title.
BEN W. OLCOTT TOR
SECRETARY OF STATE
Ib'u V. Olcott is a candidate on the
Republican ticket to succeed himself in
Hie office of secietaiv of state, which
A zeaoLNC I
There is more intimate en
joyment in La Marquise than in
any other cigarette ever intro
duced in the West. An exceed
ingly likable quality that
insures pleasure extraordinary.
PURE TURKISH CIGARETTES
Their milaness is a triumph
of skillful blending, that pre
serves the exquisite richness of
the rarest Turkish tobaccos and
develops a remarkable mellow
ness of flavor pleasurable be
lie is so ably filling to the satisfuctiea,
of the mujority of the people of the
state of Oregon, and ho should receive
the nomination without any serious op
position from his party. Mr. Olcott has
made one of the best secretaries of I
state that Oregon has ever had. He has
conducted his office solely along the
lines of business. Anyone nt a distance
could do business through his office ns
well ns if he were present. This is of
great interest to thoso who have Uecn
situated ns tho people of the Lower
I'nipqua have been it the past, saving g
unnecessary trips to Snlem by those
who may have had business with the
secretary of state's office, lie has
proven himself always prompt and
courteous in business affairs, working
Watching the Scoreboard
Pacific Coast League Standings.
l.os Angeles . .
Suit Lake ....
At Salt Lake l'ortlnnd, 12;
At San Francisco San Francisco
Los Angeles, 5.
At l.us Angeles Oakland, 7; er
Vnihop and C'hubek were lammed
hard by the Beavers and Salt Lake
lost, 12 to 10, There were more than
10 hils, many assorted errors mid much
Frank Arellanos weakened in the sev
enth during a pitchers' battle with Hill
l'rough and tho Oaks beat Vernon,
7 to 0.
Joe Tterger started the pyrotechnics
when he planted one in deep center for
two cushions the longest bingle of
San Francisco evened things up with
the Angels when deny Downs con
tributed ii bingle in the last of the
Two were in the grave when the win
ning came over, wilh Manager Chance
and Manager Wolverton'lioth exiled for
their argumentative proclivities, watch
iu the scene from afar off.
Harper gol wikMovvnr.l the finish o'f
ihe Detroit Washington game and the
Senators made it four straight, l! to 4.
The Oiauts were all speed on
bases n nd stole nt will, beating
Louis, tl to .1.
Williams nud Schulte homed in tin
third nt Chicago nud tho Cubs bent '
llrooklvn, 7 to a.
Makers of high-gradeTurkish cigarettes only
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always to the interest of his constitu
ents. We know of no one who is op
posing him but politicians who have
sjiecial axes to grind, Mr. Uleott is
tho right man in the right place and
has proven himself such, and should
receive one of the largest votes of anv
candidate who will come before the
people nt the primaries on the llltli
dav of May.
The Big Show
Girls Girls Girls
Ilest act of its kind ever
shown in Salem. Ilendliner
on all the eastern circuits.
DE BOURG SISTERS
Magic and Illusion,
An act of Orpheum quality.
Wm. S. Hart
Playing to capacity this
week In Portland
A Keystone Knockout
"ALWAYS A GOOD SHOW"
Tomorrow's student body meeting
will give occasion for those aspiring to
become future legislators to express
their budding ideas. The occasion will
be the amendment of the student body
constitution; two articles will be amend
ed. Their import is as follows:
The first one provides for a prolong
ing of the time for balloting at student
body elections, in order that the law
students will be able to vote nt present
the polls close at f p. m., and many of
the law students are unable to vote ns
their classes do not begin until 5 p. m.
The second amendment will, if ndopt
ed, place the athletic couch in the posi
tion of manager of athletics, with pow
er to purchase equipment, schedule
games, etc. This will do away with the
present system of student managers,
which is becoming highly unsatisfac
tory. Commencement now looms into a
place of primary importance on the uni
versity horizon. The Kimball College
of Theology graduation will be held
May 2X, or rather will begin then and
enu June 2. The list of events are as
Kimball College of Theology.
Sunday, May 2S.
11::10 a. m. Baccalaureate sermon.
First M. E. church, l'rcs. II. J. Tal-
Wednesday, May 31.
8:00 p. m. Reception, I'res. and Mrs.
Tnlbott to the senior class and
Friday, June 2.
2 : .'10 p. m. Commencement (Assembly
hnlU. Oration by Rev. Hubert K.
Smith, D. D.
Charge to graduates, Pres. Carl G.
Presentation of diplomas, Pres. Tal
bott. There nre two graduates in Kimball
college tiiis year: Dow Dc Long and
The College of Liberal Arts cem
meivement will not begin until June 4.
Following is the calendar of events
which has just been agreed upon:
Sunday, June 4.
11:00 a. m. Baccalnureate sermon,
Pres. Carl Gregg Doney.
3:00 p. ra. Farewell meeting of the
Christian associations. Prof. James
T. Matthews, leader.
7:30 p. m. Anniversary service of the
Christian associations. Sermon bv
Prof. John O. Hall.
Monday, June 5.
7:30 a. m. Senior breakfast.
8:00 p. m. Reception, President and
Mrs. Doney to alumni and seniors,
and their guests, trustees, faculty,
students and friends.
Tuesday, June 0.
10:00 a. m. Meeting of the board of
12:30 p. m. Student lunc.ieon.
2:00 p. m. Class day exercises.
S:00 p. m. Senior class pageant.
Wednesday, June 7.
9:30 a. m. Procession formed in front
of Eaton hall.
Oration by Rev. Luther B. Dyott.
Conferring of degrees, College of Lib
eral Arts, College of Law, Presi
2:30 p. m. Alumni association business
0:30 p. m. Alumni banquet, Hotel Ma
rion. In the liberal arts class of seniors
there are 28 who will be granted diplo
msn, they are:
Misses Genevieve Avison, Frances
Gittins, Nellie Gleiser, Eva Belle Hogue,
Beryl LnPerta Holt, Edna Valeria
Hoxie, Edith F. Lorensten, Elma A. Ohl
ing, Florence Page Steoves, Aia Caro
lvn Rons, Laura Ross, Mnbel St. Pierre,
Helen Wastell, Ruth Rae Winters.
Messrs. Herbert II. Blntchford, J. R.
Bain, David Livingston Cook, John L.
Gary, Joseph E. Gerhart, Walter - S.
Gleiser, Arnold E. Hall, Franklin M.
.Inspar. Howard V. Jewett, Frederick A.
McMillin, William Ridgeway, I.loyd
Shisler, Paul R. Smith and Thomas D.
The College of Law graduates will be
graduated with the College of Liberal
Arts. There nre five who will receive
their degrees in the law school, next
month. Thevare: Rav Grant, Millar
McGilchrist.'Arlie G. Walker, Paul R.
Smith and Lester Sheeby.
Trof. Morton E. Teck will deliver a
very interesting lecture Fridny evening
at 8 o'clock in the public library audi
torium. His lecture is entitled, "Be
tween Two Kingdoms." It is not, as the
name suggests, a story based on the
Heratio Alger or Henty books for hoys
style; but it is a treatise of forms of
life that scientists are endeavoring to
prove exist in one or tho other king
doms of life; animal or vegetable. Frof,
Peck is deeply interested in this kind of
work and the lecture will he on worth
Dr. Carl Gregg Doney will deliver the
commencement address at the Hood Riv
er high school Friday evening. May 19.
He has a number of dates scheduled for
the next two weeks to deliver com
mencement addresses, which proves that
he has made a reputation as a public
speaker, in the short time that he has
been ill the west.
The Willamette "Bear Cat" base
ball nine will plav the O. A. C. "Beav
ers" at Corvallis Friday afternoon. Sev
eral changes have been necessitated in i
the line-up due to the injury of Lloyd!
Shisler,, one of the veterans of the
team, in last Saturday's game at Mt.
Angel; and by the vacancy caused by
Dean Adams leaving school. The O.
A. C. team walloped Willamette on
Swectland field some time since, and
local fans nre wondering what Friday 's
oiltenme will be with the amended line-
! Files Articles of In
corporation In State
The Goodyear Tire Rubber com
I pnny, a $32,000,000 corporation w ith
head offices in Akron, Ohio, this morn
ling filed articles of incorporation auth-
oriing them to conduct a branch house
i in this state. The Coos Bav Business
Men's association wns incorporated to
provide financial information relative
to certain persons, nnd the Dement
J i i.uiuiM-i iuin'.,u , oi loruuuu, was 111
'corporated at $10,000.
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PHONE Q37 For wood saw.
TEAM WANTED Phone 152.
HARRY Window cleaner, Fhone 7158.
CHEAP Housekeeping rooms, 237 N.
Church St. iuny20
WHITE FIR WOOD choppers wanted.
Phone 80F11. tf
KALE PLANTS For sale, 12S3 Gainst
Ave., cor 5th St. niayju
FRONT APARTMENTS Ground floor
4U1 N. Cottage. tf
FOR RENT SIGNS For sale at Cap
ital Journal office. tf
SADDLE HORSE For trade for a
fresh cow. Phone 84F2. niaylS
WANTED Girl or middle aged woman
for general housework. Phone 2381-J
WANTED Good fresh cow. Phone
2347-R. F. A. Meade, 010 Shipping
ROOM, FOR RENT With or without
board, all conveniences. A. C. enre
FOB BENT New modern, 5 room cot
tage, partly furnished.' B. W. Macy,
WANTED To buy a 1200 lb. horse not
over 10 years oid- Frank Calabs, Rt.
4, box 23. "iaylJ
FURNISHED rooms and housekeeping
appartments, rates reasonaoie, ciu
In, 1C0 Court. tf
WANTED Experienced farm hand.
Address C. 1 . Ko'igers, Turner, ure.-,
or phone S3F12. may20
BLACKSMITH SHOP And tools for
rent, verv reasonable, hlmer Daue.
1003 S. Com'l St. mayl9
FOR RENT Flat close in, furnished
or unfurnished. Phone s-J-J, or can
at 212 North Cottage St. ti
WANTED 5 room bungalow on or
near car line, on installments, musi
be cheip. Box 414, Salem. - may20
TO LOAN $1000 and $500 on city
property or acreage, Donald vv. .Miies
15 Bush bk. bldg. Phone 510; maylS
NINE ROOM DWELLING For rent,
desirable residence district, $20 per
month. Phone Carey F. Martin. m23
YOUNG MAN Of good character
wants work in Salem or on farm, be
ginning June 1st. Phone 213u.T. ma20
WANTED Short loan of $200 on Sa
lem real property, first mortgage 8
per cent. Ao'rcss W are 0 -i:rii.
FOR RENT Small four room dwell
inn (not moilernl in business dis
trict. Phone Carey F. Martin. may23
FOR SALE 200 acres at Lyle, Wash.,
will consider some trade on clear
property. August Ranch, Salem, Or.
FOR SALE 18 acres, good terms, 16
n urnno fin (1 fruit, fair buildings.
best soil. W. W. Lander, Salem R.
i.vir RAM." One urize winning Tart
ride Rock rooster and nine high
score hens nt M. Mickenhim, 100 N.
BRICK MAKING MACHINE and
about fifty tliousind nricK ror suie
n (- n Vtnimiil1 I'll iter! States National
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EXPERIENCED WOMAN Will do
washing, ironing, housekeeping, cook
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in!? or serving iy nay or uour. i nunr
SMALL HOUSE And lot for sale,
sewer, water, and electric light and
fnmiune.l. evervthinff goes at $700.
B-70 care Journal. maylS
You can make money
reading tha Journal New .Today
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tIDAY and SATURDAY
Jesse L. Lasky
A Picturization of
Henry Setou Meitl
. man's novel
Harper and Bros.
The story of the battle
for social and political
freedom in Russia.
TEAMS WANTED For farm work.
WOOD CUTTERS wanted, $1.00 per
cord. 78F12. may2l
WANTED A cornet, call at 347 Court
or phone 503 -W. may 19
GOOD Furnished house to rent. elos
in. Phone Main 4 or 47. tf
BUFFALO PITTS Sepiratnr for sale,
also sow and six pigs. Phone 4SK.1.
FOR RENT Furnished modern house
of 5 rooms, close to state bouse.
Phono 400. may IS
SUMMER RATE Fine room, good
meals, $4.,r0 per week. Phone 115GM.
loll) State St. may 24
FOR RENT 5 room, modern house,
1441 Trade St., Enquire W. A. Ids
ton, 484 Court St. tt
FOB RENT Furnished and unfurnish
ed rooms in Hubbard building. W.
H. Norris. Room 304. tf
FOR RENT Nice furnished room in
now house in private family, 3 blocks
from P. t. Inquire G-10 care Journ
LOST Excelsior bicycle No. 5055. tak
en from Washington Jr. high school,
finder return 544 Center St Phono
2131. may 19
TOR SALE 3 hxlf truck Studebaker
wagon. Will trade for heavier wagon,
eordwood or stumpage. 2786 Lee.
Phone 1322-J. tf
FOR SALE CHEAP Grocery confec
tionary and dry goods store, good
location on 25th St. Phone 934-R. if.
C. O'Neil. ' may24
FOR RENT Business block room, size)
JBiia xeec 407 state street. In
quire at 463 State. Phone, 1009.
Maurice Klinger, tf
RESTAURANT FOR SALE Seating
capacity 100. Owner must sell on ac
count of health. Box 224, Independ
ence, Oregon. may23
FOR SALF Registered blood royal
strain Poland China male pigs, 6 mo.
old. Pedigree furnished. W. II. Hum
phreys, Jr., Phone 22F5. nay20
SALEM AND PORTLAND Improved
cuy property io excaange ior mer
chandise of any kind, any where.
Address box 28, Cribtree, Or. tf
GARDEN LOND FOR RENT Twelve,
acres girden land on Minto'; Island
suitable for potatoes. Will rent to re
sponsible party. Must be worked
within thirty days. Phone CaM F.
FOR SALE At bargain prices, one
m 1 l i nn - v i
iroy muuury iimnie uu incnes, eujia
shelving, two teams and Shetland
pony, 2 double buggies, one single
buggy. II. Stoinboek, 302 N. Com'l
Phorf 808. tf
FOR RENT 45 acres fi miles from Sa
lem, 1 mile from R. R, station, good
house and barn, , crop in, will sell
stock, consisting of young1 cattle,
colts, goats, chickens, etc., to renter.
538 State St. - roay20-
FOR SALE A bargain, 63 A well im
proved on famous Howell prairie, 35
a in cultivation, balance pasture and
timber, price $110 per icre, would
consider as part pay small improved
acreage joining city or city proper
ty up to $2000. Terms at 6 per cent
if desired. Address owner, R. !). box
102, Salem Or. may 19
ELIZABETH CORNELIUS i
t County School Superintendent
BepubUcan Primaries, May 19
Am a believer in and will work
for the best methods to prepare
pour boys and girls for their
place in life.
Am a believer in economy and
will work to save you several X
hundred dollars in taxes, while
our schools move on" to the front.
Business administration coupled i-
with intelligent leadership. 't
W. M. SMITH
Candidate for County Superintendent,
at the Republican Primaries, May 19.
Has made m record for progress in
the schools. Whv chnngcf
No. 77 on ballot,