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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL ALEM. ORF.OON. FRIDAY, MARCH 9. 1917. LES DARCY MUSI MEET i i'CCV TUE WED THU FRI V ' - !! fil SO 111 : ; tjlllgpeg) tnO. QdJO 'j Special Prices on Sunkist s ready for the special Orange Day sales in scores of local stores. Sunkist are juicy, practically seedlt'i, lender and they are good for you. r RJ2 1 Special shipments, direct from California, of Sunkist Oranges the uniformly good oranges Uniformly Good Oranges o lacur day, ORANGES IN LARGE LOTS HAVE BEEN COMING INTO SALEM THIS WEEK, DIRECT FROM SUNNY CALIFORNIA, IN PREPARATION FOR ORANGE DAY. YOU WILL NOW FIND ORANGES AT THEIR VERY BEST, BOTH AS TO EATING AND KEEPING QUALITY. BUY A BOX, OR HALF BOX, THEY WILL KEEP GOOD, AND BESIDES THEY ARE CHEAPPR IN THIS WAY, AND GIVE THE ENTIRE FAMILY A TREAT. ORDER FROM YOUR DEALER, OR FROM ANY OF THE FOLLOWING VlSTORES, WHO ARE MAKING SPECIAL DISPLAYS, FOR ORANGE DAY: J. L Busick & Son CN.Childs W. H. Clark A. Daiie & Sons A. C. Demasters C. M. Epplcy W. B. Gcrth Chas. Kreft Lcbold & Co. We guarantee SUNKIST Oranges and Lemons to be of the very best quality obtainable. SALEM FRUIT COMPANY WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS luscious, are now named, below.' Buy them by the box. Uniformly good lirM t e..i" . mi i I lira unkist mlardi C. M. Roberts Roth Grocery W. K. Richardson H. W. B. Robinson Seamster Bros. F. M. Voris Weller Bros. Wiggins & Wiggins "Oranges s gC3 9UU1 ttS JUiirUbl. YWU &CCU. I ! California Fruit Growers Exchange Operative. Noo - Profct Organization of 8000 Los Angeles, California for Health l Growers I His Dodging Real Scraps Has Permanently Shut Him Oat of New York By H. C. Hamilton, (Tinted Tress Staff rirreiimiliTt.) New York, March 0. Tixlay mny bring fo'ith the Hiinuiiiii't'iiii'iit fmni heckled Ien Ihircy that lie intends liv ing lip to the agreement niynrri for him by Tim O'Snllivan. CHllinj; fur a ten round lxmt the night of April lmli with Mike (iililnuis in Mllnankee. hiddie Kane, manager of the St. I'aul phantom, expected to make a special trip to (ioshen, X. V., where . I tarry is hibernntiiifr, and get the final word from him. I-es, having been stopped in hi en counter with Uovoi'iiur ivhituwin 's de termination to prevent Darcv's appear ance in a New York ring, 'wan a sad dened young man "today. His inten tion to show New York what a scrap per he is has been laid away for the time being, and he is preparing to make a study of time tables regarding trains that will earry him to the free and untraniineled west. It was the logical thing for the Aus tralian to do. If he bad agreed lone ago to a meeting with some high class boxer instead of picking out Al Mc Coy all the wailing and whooping that has sprung up over his probable ap pearance never would have been Heard. It is probable that tiovernor Whitman never would have seen it brought out forcibly enough to urge him to action. It is now up to the pugilist himself. Tie can go west and fight Mike (lib bons, or lie can stav here and remain idle. Htrse Racers Worried. New- Orleans, La., March !. Sports men today were disturbed over the latest developments in the horse race fight here. Many thought the state would step in and put an end to the game or at least regulate the sport and limit the number of racing days. The introduction of pari niutuol machines is probable. Following the filing of affidavits yesterday against the Businessmen's Hacing association, which coiducts the meet here, charuinir the operation of hand books, it was announced tomorrow two new tracks would-be built across the river in Jefferson 1'arish. The Jef ferson Fair association plans to con duct meet across the river from December 10 1o New Years day. The Louisiana Stock association will, run from Thanksgiving Day imtil -March 101-S, if plans do not go astray. Pirates On Way to Train. Pittsburgh, Ta.; ;Mafch -!. Without Hans Wagner, Jimmy Callahan and his Pirates left Pittsburgh for the spring training grind at 'Columbus,' Georgia, today. Wagner may not play with the team again. He wants at least an other week in which to decide whether or not his cavorting days are over. Max Carey, Bill Fischer and Walter Schmidt, the three remaining hold outs, have been heard from. President Drevfus said tliat they have asked for "conferences to adjust our differ ences." "There are no differences," the Pir ate head declared. "What we offered is filial." West Leads In Tennis. Angeles, Cal., March 9 The third day of the F.ast vs. West tenuis tourna ment saw the West still maintaining the lead it gained the first day. Maurice MeLoughlin, former national champion, will meet Harold Throck morton of the eastern tearn this after noon while John Strachan, of the West, clashes with T. li. Pell, East. One of the most sensational contests of the day is expected to be that be tween Miss Mary Brown, West, and Miss Molla Bjurstedt, East, who is na tional women's champion. The double match between Church and Throckmorton, of the East, and Johnston and Strachan, of the West, was going against the westerners when darkness interrupted it. The match will be finished tomorrow. The Hockey Championship. Portland, Or., March !. The Towers team of Vancouver, H. C, will meet the Multnomah club seven here tonight for the amateur hockev championship of the northwest. Norman Voumans is about the only thing that stands be-' tween Vancouver, and victory, accord ing to the dopsteis. Even if Van- couver outplays Multnomah, Youmnns' at goalie can be counted on to stop most of the shots in his direction. , , m , i Bask in Marshfield ; Has New Ownership! Mar.difield. Ore., Mar. 9. The an-j liouneeuient of the sale of the Flanagan , & Bennett . bank, the oldest bauking; institution in southwestern Oregon, to, a local' syndicate, was made today. j The new corporation will be known ' ns the Bank of Southwestern Oregon and the incorporators are Charles Hall. James L. Montgomery and John V). dross- The bank was owned bv ! James H. Flanagan and the estate of jj. IV. Bennett, both of whom will re j tain itock in the new company but no jucuve uiieresr. natpn Williams, now casnier, likely will remain in that ca pacity. - The new bank will have a capital of $100,000.. The transfer will be made the first of next week. The new com pany also bought the building erected a few years ago by the bank for its home and will continue the business at that location. Tt is said that it requires "a vocabu lary of at least 2.01X1 words to read the average newspaper intelligently." But n requires n tor more than 2,000 words to express one's' opinion of what some j of them are saying in these criti-'al -da vs. It is a winter plague which claims thousands every season. ' Scows Emulsion j will strengthen and fortify you , against Grippe, and if you have had ii.Scott's will re- storeyourstrength fasterthan any other known medicine. No AIcchcl-JustBIccd Feed Scott ft Bownc. Bloomfitld. N. J. 16-24 EKI Unnecessary Delay On His Part Responsible for Failure London, March !l. I'pou the Into Lord Kitchener, Englanil s idol and tho early war counsel was fixed the Idaiuo yesterday for England's Dardanelles expedition. A special investigation commission, appointed in response to parliamentary inquiries and complaints, as to the costly experiment ngainsv Turkey, made this report today. "Although the main object of tla expedition was not attnined," the re port concluded, "certain important political advantages were secured by the expedition. Whether these were worth the loss of life and treasure in- ' volved must always remain a matter ' of opinion." Itiscussing the responsibility for tho ! step, the report ad judged Lord Kitch- j ener responsible for three weeks delay in despatching troops to the Dardanel- j les, thereby "gravely compromising the ; probability of success." ' The commission held also that Kitch- ( ener did not "sufficiently utilize tho) services of the general staff, resulting in confusion and lack of efficiency." i Censure was expressed at the war ) council's failure-to hold a meeting be- ' tween March 19 and May 14. 191.1, and discussed Winston Churchill's ndvoca- ; cy, as first lord of the admiralty, for ! purely naval expeditionary forces. "Lord Kitchener," the report con- i tinned, "favored a purely naval at- i tack. The commissioners, think the i first lord of the .admiralty (then ( Churchill.) the premier (then Asquith) and other councillors, should have re- .' quired the naval advisers to submit clearly expressed views regarding tho practicability of the plan." The report concludes they were not justified in reaching a decision on the Dardanelles plan 'without much ful ler investigation." Likes the Barbadoes Will Be Sent There i Portland, Ore-, Mar. !). Ordered de- j ported for "mashing" young women on ' Broadway, Louis Martinez, a British no- gro, habit Barbadoes Islands, today do- iiuunced the United States as a nation j in which the white people are too high ' handed: "In the Barbadoes," he said, "our courts, our law makers, our police and our best families are black. It's-much pleasanter there." ( When a policeman stopped Martinez on the stand told him to stop flirting with pretty girl, he referred the of- ficer to the British consul. It took four J men to subdue him. At headquarters ho admitted having entered the United 'J States illegally. j Best sort of good roads boast, in ' Lents Herald. "The large auto truck ' stuck in the mud on Woodstock avenue and Eighty-fifth street, on Moiula-ai-v-ening presented a sorry appearance- It .' is safe to assume that any one of tho ', dozen men wading around in the 'soup' ' up to their unees endeavoring to ex tricate the machine will be ardent sup porters of any road improvement move ment that may be launched." MY SPECIALTY IS I "CHERRY BLOSSOMS" The Sweet Soul of the Cherry. 'It's a Drink you'll like' Try it on sale at all Pool Rooms and elsewhere. Bottled by R. A. PFEIL STAR BOTTLING WORKS 647 Market St. For a quiet game of Pocket Billiards, a good cigar or the latest Sporting Mews, call at The Up-to-Date Billiard Parlor 437 State.