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DAILY OATITAI. JOUMAL, IA&BX, OBBOON, WEDNESDAY, HAY 28, 1913.
PADS THBXB. ' S AI.EM P7th Saturday, Free Circus StreetParade 10:30 a.m. 9 bands, 250 horses elephants, camels 400 people of all climes in native costumes will be shown in parade. Two shows daily afternoon at 2, night at 8, doors open at 1 and 7 p.m. Waterproof tents. Admission 25 cents to see it alL MAKE YOUR LINEN LAST LONGER "You won't have to replace your linen so frequently if you send your laundry to us. So from today on you can insure the life and beau ty of your table cloths, napkins, sheets, handkerchiefs and other linen possessions. We launder linen to perfection. Our methods are exclu sive. For one thing we bleach liuen without injury. No one could take greater care in ALL things than we. You realize almost from the start the money and time we save you. Phone now and our wagon will call. Send your GOOD clothes to this OOOD laundry. SALEM LAUNDRY CO. 136-166 South Liberty Street Phone 25 Read The Journal For News Explanation and Conditions Securing votes in The Journal's Ro tund Bargain Contest is simple. All that is necessary to do ts to call for a cash check or receipt when making pur chases at any store advertising on the Bargain Page which appears in this paper eery Aesday and Friday for a period of ten weeks commencing May 6, 1913, and ending July 19, 1913. Bring or mail these checks to The Journal office within ten days of the purchase date, where five votes will be issitd for every five cents ropre rented on the checks. These voting slips are to be depos Nomination Coupon Good for lOOO Votes Capital Journal's Refund Bargain Contest, $100 in cash free. I For Address (Good for nomination and only one allowed each Con testant. Must be used within five days of date. WEDNESDAY, MAT 28, 1913. MR. HENRY PECK AND HIS FAMILY AFFAIRS (3i I J B a June ited in the ballot box at this office for the contestants you are voting for. Every contestant is entitled to one nomination coupon which may be used any time during the first two weeks of the contest. This coupon when neatly cut out and trimmed and properly filled is worth 1000 votes. All cash checks must be in this office not lator than Saturday, July 21, 1913. Persons employed hy this paper or in the stores advertising on tho Bargain Page arc the only ones barred from articipalion in th contest. tftsH " tew SPORTS Willamette University Squad Loses Some Good Material by Graduation and Removal of Medics. With the school year drawing to a close, the students begin to turn their attention to the comma football season noxt fall and considerable contempla tion is taking place in regard to the kind of a team Willamette will be able to put out without the aid ot the college of medicine and law, .although it is un derstood the junior law class will be here next year. This year's squad loses by graduation Francis, Erskiue, Watson. Bellinirer. and Day, and by the removal of the medical school, McRae, leaving the fol lowing first squad men: Iloman, Row land and Bolt, Drake. Lund. Small. Tallinn, llepp, Young, Booth, Blackwell and Stearns. During the year "Jim" McClollaod. star guard Oregon team the past season has entered school and it is understood that "Ous" Hofer, famous O. A. C. tackle the past season, will enter the local university next fall so that two very strong additions to the line seem to be a sure thing. While much liigh school material la in line, it seems very doubtful if a man who can take Erskine's place at half. or Francis' work at end, will be forth coming. However, " Doc " is a wonder ful coach and just what miracle he will porform next fall is matter for specu lation. National League. Philadelphia 22 7 Brooklyn 19 14 8t. Louis 18 17 New York 16 18 Chicago 18 17 Pittsburg 15 19 Boston 13 is .750 .576 .514 .500 .528 .441 .419 Cincinnati 10 24 .294 American League. Philadelphia 24 10 .706 Cleveland 24 12 .667 C hicago 21 16 Washington 19 16 St. Louis 18 24 Boston 15 20 Dotroit 15 24 New York ; 10 24 Pacific Coast League, Los Angeles 31 22 .585 Oakland 28 24 .538 Venice 27 26 .509 Sacramento 21 25 .457 San Francisco 25 30 .455 Portland 22 27 .440 Pacific Coast League. R. n. E. San Francisco 1 4 1 Portland 4 7 2 Duglas, Thomas and Sopulvoda; West and Fisher. R .II. E. 0 3 0 5 13 0 Boles; KooHtncr Los Angeles Venice Chech, Rogers and and Elliott. American League. Detroit 2 5 1 St. Louis 3 6 3 Mitchell and Agnowj Zamlorh and Stanage. First game R. H. E. Washington 0 2 2 Philadelphia 8 8 0 Engle, Oallia and Ainsmith; Plank and Lapp. Second game R. II. E. Washington 1 7 4 Philadelphia 7 10 3 Hughes, Altrock Bnd Henry; Bender anil Schang. National League. R. II. E. St. Louis 1 5 1 Chicago 2 4 1 SnliM) and Hildehrand; Overall and Archor, Qeyer. First guns; New York Boston - 4 0 7 1 sad Mathewson and Meyers; Tyler Whaling. Second game- New York 2 7 1 Boston . 5 6 1 Tesreau, Wilts and Meyers; Perdue, Rudolph and Whaling. - JOLTS Jefferson high school won four games and lost none in the interschol astic league of Portland, consisting of the high schools, and has the champion ship of Seattle cinched. The result shows how strong the Salem high school looms up this year. Last Saturday a score of 4 to 0 was recorded in the game of the Salem high with the Jef ferson team, and the visitors were clear ly outclassed. If it could be played out, it would undoubtedly be found that the Salem high school has the champion ball team of the state of Oregon, and one of the best, if not the best, on the coast. Tommy Burns and Arthur Pelkey seem to be up against a strong propo sition in Calgary as a result of the death or McCarty in the prize ring j last Saturday. Both have been held for trial by the crown, and the verdict of the coroner's iurv. exonerating Pelkv. has been disregarded. Burns has start ed a libel suit against a minister, who said the affair of Saturday was mur der, pure and simple, and the promoters should be deported. Mrs. McCarty, wid ow of the pugilist, who was deserted by him, and forced to support herself and child by working in a Moorchead, Minn., restaurant, claims the $65,000 estate left by McCarty. It Is now possible that Wolgast or Dundee will be matched with Bud An derson for July 4. Rivers and Ritch ie appear unwilling to meet Anderson. Ritchie's manager says Anderson must wait until 1914. This would give Ritch ie a chance to make a nice vaudeville clean-up before the fight, which might put an end to his stBgo career. Willamette Notes. The social calendar for the remainder of the term is a continuous list of pic nics, parties and receptions. Not an open date can be found for the next three weeks. Miss Margarot Graham, '12, who has been taking post graduate work the past year, has accepted a position in the English department of Salem high school. The weather permitting, class ball games will now occupy the forefront for the coming two weeks. The baseball game scheduled with the Illihee club for last evening was called on account of rain. The great calamity iu Omaha wbs quickly overshadowed by the terribly disastrous floods In Ohio. Great suffer ing snd sickness from colds and expo sure resulted which Foley's Honey and Tar Compound helped to alleviate L. Poole, 2217 California St., Omaha, writes: "My daughter had a severe cough and cold but Foley's Honey and Tar Compound knocked it out in no time. My wife would not keep house without it. We have need it for years, always with good results." Dr. Stone TV irug io. When the supremo court divides! three to two in dociding a case, it may I be excusable for a with the minority. layman to agree Meritol File Remedy. A now scientific preparation for both internal and external use and absolute ly without an equal for the treatment of piles in sny form. Ask us to show you this remedy snd explain Its many advantages. Capital Drug Store. Sentiment is all right, but it is less desirable than a steady job if a mini wants to eat regularly. Lame back Is usually caused by rheumatism of tho muscles of tho back, for which you will find nothing better than Chamberlain 's Liniment. For sale by all dealers. SOCIETIES MEETING FOB NEW MttMttTTRfl Preparatory to the campaign for new members next fall, the two women's literary societies of Willamette have adopted a set of rules governing the pledging of new members. The two societies, the Philodosians and the Adalantes, have s large alum ni in most of the towns of the valley, and many girls are pledged to join S society before they leave high school. Each year the two societies give an opening reception to the new girls, and, according to the new rules, each socie ty will take turns giving this opening reception. The regulations provide that the can didates for membership must possess 15 Carnegie units, and must carry at least 10 hours of college classwork. Any member who fails to successfully carry 10 hours will be dropped. It is further provided that no pledg ing shall take place before November 1. Another stipulation is that the open ing reception of either society shall not cost over $15. A council composed of two women from each society and . one from the faculty is provided to settle any mat tor that may arise. STATE CONTROL SCORED BY OREGON COMMISSION 'State vs. National Control of Public Forests" is the title of a booklet is sued by the Oregon State Conservation Commission. The commission is strong ly opposed to state control, it appears from the booklet, copies of which wore received in Salom yesterday. The prop osition is denounced in part as follows: "It would seem that every one ex cept those deeply iutorestod in profit ing thereby had all to lose and nothing to gain by a transfer from nation to state. The proposition is wrong in prin ciple, and would be disastrous in re sults." Joseph N. Teal, of Portland, is chair man of the commission. For the Weak ana Nervous. Tired-out, weak, nervous men and women would feel smbitious, energetic, full of life and always have s good ap petite if they would do the sensible thing for health take Electric Bitters. Nothing better for the stomach, liver or kidneys. Thousands say they owe their lives to this wonderful home rem edy. Mrs. O. Rhinevault, of Vostal Cen ter, N. Y., says: "I regard Electric Bitters aa one of the greatest of gifts. I can never forget what it has done for me." Get s bottle yourself and see what a difference it will make in your health. Only 50c and $1.00. Recommended by J. O. Perry. BARGAINS 4-room house, (850.00, North Salem. 8-room modern house, fruit snd ber ries, barn, $2000. (6500 takes ideal home, 20 seres. 1 acre in berries, new house, $1800. 220 acres, well Improved, $22,000. SEVERAL OOOD BUYS IN PRUNE RANCHES, HOP RANCHES AMD BERBY TBACTS. 6-room house, big lot, Yew Park, $1250. 5 snd 10 sere tracts, close In. 1- to 5-acre tracts cheap. CITY LOTS ALL PARTS OF SALEM 7 acres, closo in, BVi acros in berries, house snd barn, $3200. Soveral business chances, rostanrant, roominff house, orocorv store, candv store, pool hall, cigar stand, hotel. SEVERAL STOCK RANCHES, CHEAP. 4Mi acros, 2 bouses, on car line, fine garden tract, $6000. 7-room house, 3 lots, close in, snap buy, $4500; terms. 10 acres bearing Italian prunes, $2750. WHAT HAVE YOU TO TRADE? LIST YOUB BARGAINS WITH US. WE SELL FIRE, LIFE, AOOCIDENT INSURANCE. 4, B, 6 ROOM HOUSES, INSTALL MENTS. Acme Investment Co. A. B. COOK, Manager. Phones: Office, Main 477; residence Main 2487. j Opposite Court House 640 Bute St. Balkan Middy Blouses Women's and misses' middy blouses, in good quality galatea, trimmed in red and navy. Price $1.75. Fancy Suits Special $12.50 - Novelty Coats Special $9.98 . Headquarters for women's outing- apparel. Before you take that trip see us for suitable clothes. wV-ITT p.(!S.hiplpu nmunnu CHANDISC LIBCPTY JTRtCT SCTWCCN STATE 6 COUQT pmCCS V MERCHANDISE To Core a Cola Is One Day. Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine Tablets. Druggists refund money It It fulls to cure. E. W. GROVE'S Signa ture ts on each box. 25c Kisses may come home to roost'. 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The house of s half million bargains. H. STEINBOCK JUNK CO. 233 Stste Street. 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R. B. FLEMING Successor to Charles D. Mulligan. 250 Court St. Phone 124 Phone Main 224 - HENRY JR. SAYS Gosh 1 -but"'' ClrVrV MST HWE HRSECF rlEtfR PEC J