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THE OUEfiOX STATESMAN: srXlttV. XOVEMHEU 2.1. 1013.
TQ SALEM 17-7
Spectacular Playing of GUI
and Ringle Wins Game in
Last Four Minutes
Prince of Wales Looks Up at New York Skyscrapers
It Reaches You Fresh
Vacuum Packed Remains
: Thanksgiving Footwear For Men
You will surely find a select selection of very nobby footwear
and moderately priced.
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A real shoe for every member of the family
Buster Brown Shoe Store
125 North Commercial Street
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OREGON'S SECOND INDUSTRY IN
FEW realize that Livestock Raising and indus
tries consequent thereto are second only to
the great, timber and lumber industries of this
state. ' : j- !' ' " ' ' ! "
The great Pacific International Livestock Ex
position in Portland last '.week demonstrated
what Oregon has done, is doing, and will do
along such lines.
The United States National Bank believes that
encouragement is akin to endeavor.
L H. ROBERTS':
Wednesday, November 26
JlO A. M 3 Miles North of Independence, on Greenwood Road,
' just off Salem-Independence road, by Oak Point school house,
'. 8 miles S. W. of Salem. - '
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. I am giving up farming, and will sell without reserve, the following:
4 HOUSES 4
1 grey horse, 10 years old, weight 1500 lbs.; 1 bay horse, i years
tld. weight 1550 lbs.; 1 brown T&af&f'H years old, weight 1500 lbs.;
il black mare, 12 years old, weight 1450 lbs.
-irv 14 (WVH 14
', 1 Jersey and Guernsey cow, 6 years old freshened Sept. 15th, now
. milking 5 gallons per day; 1 grade Holstein cow, 5 years oldt fresh
"ened Oct. 1st, ndw milking 4 1-2 gallons per day; 1 grade rfolstein
'cow, 5 years old. freshened Oct. 18th. now milking 4 gallons per
'day; 1 grade Holsteia cow, 6 years old, freshened Oct- 10th, now
.milking 4 1-2 gallons per day; 1 grade Holstein cow, 5 years old, :
-freshened in July, ndw milking 3 1-2 gallons per day; 1 grade
Jersey cow, 5 years old, freshened Sept. 28th, now milking 4 1-2
gallons per day; 1 grade Jersey cow 7 years old, freshened' July,
now milking 2 1-2 gallons per day; 1 grade Jersey cow, 7 years old,
to freshen in December, a 4-gallon eow when fresh; 1 grade Jersey
cow, 4 years old, to freshen in December, a 4-gallon cow when
fresh ;1 grade Jersey cow, 6 years old, to freshen in January, a
4-gallon cow when fresh; 1 grade Jersey cow, 6 years old, to freshen
In December, a 5-gallon cow when fresh; 1 grade Jersey cow, 5
'""years old .to freshen in April, a 5-gallon cow when, fresh; 1 grade
Jersey heifer, 8 months ?old.
,; Dairymen, this is a fine lot of good dairy cows, all good milkers
(ind A-l stock and in good order. Don't miss thesa if you are in
need of a cow.
20 HOGS 20
20 pigs, 3 months old, weight from 30 to 50 pounds each.
, 6 DOZEX CHICKENS
i3 dozen pure bred White Leghorn hens; 2 doz. pure bred White
, lshorn pullets, now laying, both these lots from the Tancred stock;
1 dozen pure bred Rhode Island Red hens.
. 1 one-horse cultivator; 1 spring tooth harrow; 1 Champion 4 1-2
It. mower; 1 P. & o. 16-lnch walking plow; 1 stxteen-inch walking
fplow; 1 P. t O. 1 2-inch jsralking plow; 1 3-1-2 Inch wagon good
shape; 1 combination rack; 1 gravel box; 1 open buggy; 1 hand
-frarden fceeder;" 1 hand corn sheller; 1 spray pump- barrels and
hnp" S Mr('lanhnn Innikoinn. . ''fa -i c n.4.i. ior
r . - j. oui c naau ens
incubator; 1 brooder stove; 1 sixty-gallon coal oil tank full of oil;
-1 DeLaval cream separator good shape No. 12; 1 set heavy work
r harness .ood; 1 set double driving harness; 1 set single driving
harness and buggy. i
1-f to"s ba!G(l hay, oat and cheat; 10 tons loose oat and vetch
hay in barn; 5 tons clover hay; 1C sacks of good seed wheat; 75
sacks of pood crey oats; 75 sacks of good white oats; 45 sacks of
'''stoves etc' 6a of good corn on cob; forks, shovels, 3 good
teems op this sale will be cash V
BIG FREE LUNCH AT NOON
LH. ROBERTS, Owner
Phone 3004, Independence.
F. N. W00DRY,
Phone 510 or 511. Salem
NOTE: List your sales with me for RESULTS
Woodry is now located at 270 North Commercial Street
(Scoring nil of its 17 points in the
last four minutes. Salem high school
won from Eugene high on Pvect
land field yesterday in a foothall
game reckoned as one of the niot
spetaecl3r gridiron battles evr
seen in Salem. Eugene's ?core w&s
Luke Oill and Phil RInRle. by
their sensational work in the last
1'iartrr established a record for
brilliant work in hich s ho.il foot
ball. Gill &'rh!rved th plienm:ia'
when he made two tone hiovns and
a field soal in less than thre min
utes. The other two points were
place kicks by Rinsle and Ted Ir
;amo I Rattle.
Starting with a rush which bore
out tbe promise that the same
vould be a battle royal, it jradoallr
became almost certain that apparent
victory! was tj go to the visitors.
When in the middle of the third
quarter, up to which the contest had
been scoreless. Eugene scored a
touchdown and a place kick, things
looked toward a certain winning.
The fourth quarter began even
more desperatelv than the rest of
the game and became a struggle for
every inch of ground. Suddenly,
with only four minutes tJ play. Gill
and Ringle "sot going" and there
was no stopping. ; j
Brilliant play after brilliant play
came in rapid succession, while the
grandstand whooped and shrieked.
Old fans as. well as the high school
supporters of the two teams went
wild and the game ended in bedlam.
The game, a tradiitonal battle,
was attended by a largel crowd of
Salem and ugene stuaenis 'and by
numbers of alumni.
- The lineup:
Albright R E I. Read
Boise UTIi. .. .Bessmette
llagsett ltfii; Carter
Purvine C . . Dunn
White LOR . Prdy
White. R LTR Thompson
Adolph L E R Rry?on
Jones .'. .Q. Rnwen
Gill RHL Walker
Rnsev . LHR Equals
Ringie". F Burton
At Cambridge Harvard 10; Yale
At Stanford California 14; Stan
. At. Chicago Wisconsin 10; Chi
At Ann Arbor Minnesota 34:
At Columbus Illinois 9; Ohio. 7.
.At Milwaukee Marquette 13:
At Easton, Pa., LaFayette, 10:
At Reno Nevada, 41; Santa
At'.. Pittsburgh University of
Pittsburgh, 17; Carnegie Technical.
At Buffalo University of Detroit.
25; University of Buffalo. 0.
At Washington Washington and
Lee, 6; Georgetown, 27.
; At Sioux Falls South Dakota
State college. 13; University of South
Dakota. 6. ,
At Layfayette, Ind.- Notre Dame.
33: Purdue. 13.
At New Tork UT27; Columbia.
13. . "
Barnett Goldstein Hands
U in Resignation as Deputy
PORTLAND, Or.. Nov. 22. Bar
nett Goldstein, chief deputy in the
office of the United States district
attornew for Oregon under District
Attorney Bert A. Haney. resgned.
and acting district attorney in the
interim between Haney's resignation
and the confirmation this week of
STATESMAN CLASSIFIED ADS-ONE CENT A WORD
Monday Tuesday and
In anticipation of Thanks
giving we are offering unusual
ralues in hats that are the very
latest word in daintiness, ele
;ance and seasonableness
ihe.uewst of all new model 3.
See Our Windows
See our windows for exam
ples of these special offerings
then come inside and allow us
Lhe privilege of showing you
it hers. ;
i Parisian Blouses
We have a most exceptional
selection of Parisian Blouses
of dainty loveliness hand
painted and washables. .f
115 X. Hifth St., Masonic Tple.
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This cioseup of the Prince of Wales just after landing In New York
at the Battery shows him looking up at the White Hall Building. From
this point to the City Hali where he was officially received by Mayor
liylan, the eyes of the prince were almost constantly fixed upon New
York skyline. His first glimpse of which he received while crossing the
Hudson river on the United States destroyer. The route from the Pier
A carried the prince within view of the Wool worth tower. The royal
visitor will remain in New York until Saturday, when he will leave for
Halifax. N. S.
PURGE THY FAIR AND SACRED SOIL.
Anterica, thy troubled soul doth cry aloud ;
Thy mighty heart doth burst and bleed while once 'twas proud.
A mighty task, with open arms, thou did's assail.
Was thy great love but spent in vain. Did not avail?
Thine offer wa3 to the oppressed wherever found.
Thy hate of tyranny was thy 'key-note sound.
"The lacerated and bleeding heart shall ever find relief;
The loving soul of America will e'er assuage they grief.
Come, Oh come, from every shore, to my great heart.
This was they constant slogan call ; thy trumpet blast.
But, Oh! thou wert too freely taken at thy word.
That slogan call aroused the world; all nations heard.
Too many flocked unto thy shores, to seek relief,
Not from oppression's master hand; 'twas make belief;
But from the hand of outraged justice had they escaped.
Thy virgin country which embraces them was foully raped;
And now the base ingrates we see with sword in hand
To strike their benefactress down in Freedom's land.
O thou asylum of the oppressed, spare not thy curses,
Thou hast been turned into a slaughter-pen for thy nurses!
No, no, 'tis not a living wage, alone, they seek.
Nor holy vengeance on the millionaire to wreak.
The besom of destruction they would spread, alike.
On guilt or helpless innocence ; all should yield to might.
To stand for honor, justice, civic pride in any form
Is. in their eyes, an unbearable offence not to be borne.
O, America, thou hast loved too well without discretion.
Kindness, comforts, caresses needeth strong confessions.
Arouse, Americans, arouse ! with thy mailed hand
Purge thy fair and sacred soil from all this hellish clan.
This poison upas tree must fall and with it take
Its every root and branch into that fiery lake.
America for Americans, native born or well assimilated.
No others shall be considered and none others e'er contemplated.
No more our flag must fly o'er hellish anarchy.
No more our listening ears shall hark to harping blasphemy.
I yet would live to see the -day O, can it be?
When freedom's flag, once more, has freed its folds from anarchy.
Salem, Oregon, Nov. 20, 1919. V. T. Rigdon.
Economical I , , ..,,,' Goes
Coffee '(t J Fm
Your grocer will refund the full
price you paid for IVLJ.B.
Coffee, if it does not please your
taste, no matter how much you
have used out of the can.
More money when you buy
M.J.B. Coffee in the 51b. Can
AUo Packed in One and Three Pound Cans
tically all lands included In the pro
ject havn been sold and are ready for
The Walker Basin Irrigation com
pany in July succeeded the Morson
Land - company and took over th
project from it.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
COMPETENT SALESMEN WANT
ed. Experienced selling newrpa
pert preferred, bat not eeceauxr,
it a bustler. Straight salary.
xStatesman Business office.
Lester E. Humphreys, today an
nounced his resignation from the of
fice of c'aief deputy, effective Janu
ary lj nr;xt. " "
CARE FOR BIRDS
ON FARM SOUGHT
Modification of Injunction in
State Suit Held Im-
To 'provide for the care and feed
ins of the 800 pheasants now lo
cated on the Lans county game rear
ing farm, an effort will be made hy
the state fisli and game commission
to have J the decree of Judge George
G. Hingham modified in the suit
against the commission and the sec
retary of ptate and state treasurer
to enjoin them from purchasing the
An affidavit from Gene M. Simp
son, superintendent of the state
game farm at Corvallia. setting forth
that the action is absolutely neces
sary for the preservation of . the
birds, will be Included in the appli
cation in supporting it. The affidav
it will include a statement that the
Corvallis farm is overcrowded . and
space is not available for the birds
now on the Lane county farm.
ON 10,000 ACRES
Walker Basin Irrigation Com
pany Asks State to Re
Request that the state obtain from
the government patents on 10. 000
acres of the Carey act lands In Des
chutes and Malheur counties for
which it Is claimed that water is
now ready for irrigation, was filed
Saturday I.y the Walker Basin Irri
gation compatfy with State Engineer
Percy A. Cupper. The state desert
land board will investigate the con
st reel ion work done by the company
and if it is found that all require
ments have been met the state will
at once apply for patent to the land.
The company sets forth that prac-
The best results in winter
praying is to spray at thia time
ZEN0 OIL SPRAY .
" This fpray will give you the
'CRt results of any winter spra?
an the market for Scale. Thrip.
ind all pests that stay on the
iree daring the winter. Also klllr
ihe moss and fungus growths.
And It costs less to use than
'.ny other winter pray.
Also, promotes the growth of
'he trHs and stops the trees from
'.econilns bark bound. Easy to
rse and does not burn like some
prays. Call and see us about It.
1' tee booklet.
D. A. WHITE & SONS
2X1 State St.
8 'y?- Jcr)
Experimenting with unknown makes of tires.
Equip your car with United States Tires then
you'll be sure of long mileage with tire trouble re
duced to the minimum.
UNITED STATCS TIRES
ARE GOOD TIRES
We Have A Size For Your Car
Monty's Tire Shop
Vulcanizing and Tire Repairs
1 Ton Maxwell Truck
1 Ton Ford Truck ,
1 Dodge Delivery Car"
1 Chevrolet Delivery Car
1 Ford Touring'Car
When wanting a second-hand car or truck at a Bargain,
remember that Boncsteele haa all makes..
H. F. BONESTEELE,
Dodge and Paige Cars
184 Sonth Commercial Street SALEM, OREGON