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DATE OAPITAIi JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, JANUARY 17, 1010.-
WILL TEDDY RE
Boston, Mass., Jan.. 17. If Theo
dore Roosevelt will consent to ref
eree the Jeffries-Johnson light,
eMory difficulty In selecting an arbi
ter for the championship battle will
be swept away.
Johnson wants the former presi
dent to bo the third man in the ring.
Roosevelt's attitude, should he be of
fered the job, apparently Is causing
the black fighter little worry.
Following the publication of a let
ter from the hunter-'statesman to
Tony Gavin, a former Rough Rider,
in which ho displayed a passing In
terest In the fight, and discussed the
merits of tho fighters, Johnson to
"Roosevelt as a referee would
suit mo to the queen's taste. He
has boxed himself, and he knows
tho boxing game. He Is fair minded
and impartial, and he has a cool
head. Tho crowd wouldn't get his
goat as It would mjiny other fel
lows. He sure would bo the man
for the Job."
The incongruity of a former pros-.
idont of the United States acting os
judge In a prize fight, suggested by
Johnson's friends, made little Im
pression upon him.
"Roosevelt Is a sportsman," he
declared, "and therto should be no
reason why he shouldn't referee a
square sporting proposition like
this. There's no reason why he
shouldn't be asked to do It anyhow.''
The Corvallis Tri-Weekly Repub
lican has a good editorial "stand
by your town."
The Sewing Light
, ' . n e Jaj Lamp
makes the long evening brilliant with
its steady white light for sewing or
reading. Made of brass, nickel plated
and equipped with the latest im
proved central draft burner.
The Rayo is a low-priced lamp,
but you cannot get a better lamp at
Once a Rayo user, always one
Every Dealer Everywhere. If Not At Yours, Write for
Descriptive Circular to the Nearest Agency of the
STANDARD Oil, COMPANY
GO IN PARADE
UNITED I-ItESS LEASED WlItE. '
Chicago, Jan. 17. Tho war of
tho raothors of Chicago, against the
"Rod light district" was opened In
earnest today when flvo hundred
mothers met In tho First Methodist
church to complete arrangements
for a procession of ten thousand
Tho women propose to march to
tho city hall and confront Mayor
Busse with a demand that ho wlpo
out tho tenderloin.
Every women's organization in
the city was represented- at the
It is a dangerous thing to talco a
cough medicine containing opiates
that merely stifle your cough instead
of curing it. Foleys Honey and
Tar looseus and cures tho cough
and expels the poisonous germs thus
preventing pneumonia and consump
tion. Refuse substitutes and take
only the genuine Foley's Honey and
Tar in tho yellow package. Sold by
J. C. Perry.
The following notarial commis
sions were issued toay by the secre
tary of state: E. Brayford, Hood
River; Frank A. DePue, Springfield;
D. E. Gllman, Heppner; Clarence L.
Eaton, Oregon City; N. L. Fine,
Woodstock; Win. D. Schmidt, Port
land; Geo. N. Farrin, Marshfleld;
Dayton Harris, Flster; G. W. McBee,
Cnmo Near Choking to Death.
A little boy, tho son of Chris D.
Peterson, a well known resident of
the village of Jacksonville, Iowa,
had a sudden and violent attack of
croup. Much thick stringy phlegm
came up . after giving Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. Mr. Peterson says
"I think ho would havo choked to
death had wo not given him this
remedy." For sale by all good druggists.
The military organlzatlbn at the
Oregon Agricultural College is ono
of tho most efllclont at any of tho
civil educational institutions in the
United States. Tho United States
Military Inspection Board, after in
specting ninoty-threo institutions,
has solectod tho Oregon Agricultural
College", the University of Minneso
ta and the University of California
as deserving special mention because
of tho "exceptionally good condi
tion of ttfe military department."
Tho Oregon Agricultural Collogo Is
one of the twelve Institutions hav
ing an enrollment of over five hun
dred cadets. It Is tho only institu
tion of purely Agricultural and Me
chanic Arts standing to recelvo spec
Rowing may bo added to tho ath
letic activities of the Oregon Agri
cultural College in tho near future.
If tho Willamette river proves to
furnish a suitable course, Director
Angell will purchase barges and tho
new sport will uo commenced.
Races will be schtedulo with the Uni
versity of California, Washington,
and Leland Stanford.
Do you want your watches delivered this way?
The Sellwood ComnVerqlal club
opens In Its new $(T,000 home to
night with a banquet.
Put in Jail
very accurately describes anyone's
feelings who Is confined to the
house with an attack of rheuma
tlms, lumbago, stiff Joints or mus
cles. Ballard's Snow Llnimont will
cure tno trouble, relievo mo pain Rosoburg business men will visit
anu maKO you us suppio as a lwo Douelas conntv townq
vonp r.1,1 Knl.1 l.v ,,11 Hnn om UOUglBS COUniy lOWnS.
vrv. hjvav "J
The above picture appeared in an ad
vertisement of a paper manufacturer offering
CATALOGUES made strong enough to
"stand the mile a minute bump received
when the mail bags are thrown from a
rapidly moving train."
Catalogues may be strong enough for
this--WATCHES ARE NOT.
Waltham Watch Co.
D. F. Lavonder of Weston, has
been appointed general road super
intendent of Umatilla county.
Too Much Face.
I. - There Is But One Place in Salem
TfTilbr . r--iit--- Where You Can Git That $22.50 I
lSi FOR J
Copyrighted 1009 Bj
SCIU.OSS BKOS ii CO
Fine Clothes Makers1
Baltimore and New York
You feel as if you had ono face
too many when you havo neuralgia.
Don't you? Savo the face, you may
need it; but get rid of tho Neural
gia by appling Ballard's Snow Lini
ment. Finest thing in tho world
for rheumatism, neuralgia, burns,
cuts, scalds, lamo back and all
pains. Sold by all dealers.
Dr. Broughor has ranted about
Portland until ho has a new Job
ranting at a hlghor salary.
That's jat Johnson's "The Quality Economy Clothing Man"
Cured of a Severo Attack of Bron.
chitls by Chamberlain's Cough
"On October 18th, last, my lttlo
three year olid daughter contracted,
a severe cold which resulted in a
bad case of bronchitis." says Mrs.
.W G. Gibson, Loxlngton, Ky. "She
lost tho power of speech completely
and was a very sick child. Fortu-
nntoiy wo had a bottle of Chambor
lain's Cough Remedy In tho hous
and gavo it to her according to tho
printed directions. On tho second
day she was a groat deal bettor, and
on the fifth day, October 23rd, she
was entirely well of hor cold and
branchltls, which I attribute to this
splendid medicine. I recommend
Chamebrlaln's Cough Romedy unro
sorvedly as I havo found It tho sur
est, safest and quickest euro for
colds, both for children and adults,
of any I havo ovor used." For salo
by all good druggists.
NOTICE TO BIDDERS.
Proposals for Heating Plant at Ore
gon Stato Insane Asylum.
Soalod proposals will bo received
at tho oxocutlvo chambers, Salom,
Oregon, until 2 p. m., on tho 10th
day of February, 1910, for a contral
heating plant, including power house,
pipe lines, concrete smokestack, oto.,
for tho Orogon Stato Insano Asylum,
in accordance with drawings and
specifications proparod by Frank JB.
Baker and P. A. Williamson, engin
eers. Each bid must bo accompanied, by
a certified check, payable to tho un
devpigned of at least flvo (5) per
cent of such bid.
Flans and specifications may be
seen ot tho oxocutlvo chambers, Sa
lem, Oregon; Orogon Stato Insane
Asylum, Salem, Orogon, and at the
office oi tho secretary of tho Chamber
of Commerce, Portland, Oregon.T
Tho board of trustooa of thoOrQ?
gon State Insane Asylum rosorves
the right to reject any and nil bids.
By older of tho board of trustees.
Dated this 10th day of January,
HUO. C. N. M'ARTHUR,
l-10-5t Mon Clerk of Board.
Foley's Kidney Remedy will cure
any case of kidney or bladder trou'jj
bio that is not boyond tho roach of
modlclno. It invigorates tho ontlro'
Bystom and strengthens tho kldnoyti,
so they eliminate tho impurities-'
from tho blood. Backacho, rheu
matism, kidney and bladder trou
bles aro all cured by this groat med
icine. Sold by J. C. Porry.
There Is But One Place in Salem Where You Can Get That
4.00 Packard Shoe for
We'are the sole agents for this world famous shoe. There
is substantiability behind the manufacturer's name and
durability behind their renowned product.
TODAY is your opportunity. These bargains are the las
efforts of a great sale. Secure them.
G. W. J
14-1 Commercial St.
v REAL ESTATE POINTERS
Presont prices on real ostato will look much bettor to you
than spring prices. Take our advice and buy now.
Sovon-room plastered houso noar Yew Park school, $1,200.
Seven-room houso and basomont noar Bchool, $1,000.
Seven-room modern houuo with basomont and good barn; fine
location. Price, $2,500, payablo $300 cash and $25 per month
Modern 9-room corner dwolling on Court Street noar stato
Choice lot on Stato street, $700.
GOOD BARGAINS IN CHOICEFARMS
Fine 90-acro farm in South Howell Pralrlo six miles cast c
Salom, $100 per aero.
Well improved 150-acro farm eight milos from Salom. $50 por
C8 acres, all In cultivation, olght miles from Salom; fair build
ings; flno spring of wator by houso, $4,700.
71 acros of cholco land, all in cultivation, 1 mllos from good
railroad town, $80 por acre.
FINE SUBURBAN HOMES
10 acres adjoining city limits, rich black soil; fruit for fam
ily uso; good 8-room houso and Btnall barn, $3,500.
Call and look ovor our llt of small tracts.
Sovoral houses to rent.
H. A. JOHNSON COMPANY
388 STATE STREET
Preparoa young people for bookkeepers, etaoographers and general office
work. The development of the Northweefc will afford openings foe
thousands in tb next few years. IVepare kqx. Bend for catalogue. 9
' W. I. STALEY, PRINCIPAL. SALEM, OREGON