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1KB tiKEGOS oTATESMAN.'SALEiI.'ORECON" ' ' SUNDAYi MORNING. OCTOBER j---:feV-:r---.--:7rf
One Car Goes Over Embank
ment and Two Are in
s Critical Condition
FRESNO, Oct. 1. Earl Copp
er, drlrlng hia first race since
re-entering the racing game, won
the annual San -Joaquin valley
classic this afternoon in a nation
al championship point race of 150
miles. ., . , ..; : . ;,-
Cooper's ; time was one.' hour.
29 minutes and 18 seconds.
Jimmy Murphy, who finished less
than one foot behind the winner,
was second. A dispute ensued,
but the judges have decided that
Cooper won. F
Allen Soules, whose car plung
ed over an embankment, is in a
critical condition, but will prob
ably live. :llis mechanician, Har
ry Barnes, Is not expected to live
Frank. Elliott finished third.
Eddie Hcarn fourth, Eddie Miller
fifth. Rosdee Sarles sixth, Jerry
Wonderlich seventh, and Tommy
Joe Thomas, whose car Cooper
dr ore and whose place he took,
was operated upon again this
morning and again this afternoon
in an attempt .to save his arm.
Grave fears that it may have to
be amputated to save his life are
held by the physicians.
FRESNO. VmU Oct. 1. Alton
ScmIcw, race drf rer, who was In- J
j urea wnen lu car tnrew a tire
and hot through the fence on
the Fresno speedway here this af
ternoon in ; the Kan Joaquin Val
ley classic raca. died at a hospital
here shortly after 8 o'clock. His
mechanician, Harry llarner, is
fatally injured, according to llr.
W, fj. Adams, who is attending
SAccording to physicians who at
tended Soil Irs after the accident
the driver ! km suffering from a
fractured spine, fractured pelvis,
f r'acturedj left thigh, leg and arm
and a crushed left foot. He re
tained consciousness until he died
jhhortly after 8 o'clock this eve
ning. -, -
'lhe injuries j received by Harry
Rarner were stated to lx a crush
ed chest and an injur)' to his left
knee. Physicians pronounced liia
condition as critical tonight.
OF HIGH CLASS
Furniture, Furnishings, Piano, Etc.
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1 " r : at 895 Chemckcla Street .
Tuesday Next, October 4,1 p. m.
1 Grammar upright Piano with bench, 1 solid oak side
board, 1 solid oak extension table 54-in..top, extra
cood; 1 electric floor lamp with silk shade, 1 leather
couch with cover, 1 leather oak rocker, 1 mahogany
upholstered arm chair, 1 stand and statute, 1 recjiining
arm chair, 3 other rockers, 1 all reed upholstered rock
er, 1 birdseye maple dresser and vanity table and rock
er, 1 brass bed with coil spring and silk floss mattress,
1 large?1 oak chiffonier, 1 large mirrpr, 1 walnut bed
room suit, 1 massive oak bed room suit, fire-place
screens,' dining and bed room chairs, book rack, hall
rug, 6 small rugs, Navajo rug 6x9, 1 velvet rug, wool
rug, 4 wool and fibre rugs, Axminster rug, 2 Brussels
rugs, chest drawers,'walnu1; table, walnut chair, com
ff oris, blankets, card table, oval. white enamel mirror.
3 porch ehairs," pictures, lawn mower, garden hose,
wash boiler, and many other articles. "Be On Time"
1 p jn. Sharp.
Judge Johns -
895 Chemeketa Street
Sale Tuesday Next
F. N. Woodry
FRESNO, Oct. 1 Harry Rar
ner. mechanician for Alton Soulen,
die dshortly before nine o'clock
tonight of injuries received in a
crash on the Fresno speedway to
Anton Soules and Harry Barner,
his mechanician struck a hole in
the board track as they were
rounding the south turn on the
73rd lap and shot through the top
fence dropping a distance of near
ly SO feet to the ground. Soules
suffered broken arms and legs and
and internal iiijufies, according to
the doctors ao operated on both
of the racing men tonight. The
car was demolished.
Earl Cooper and Jimmy Murphy
furnished the sensations of the
afternoon in the race. Jumping In-
! trv tllA loait 'rnm tfiA start fttrnViv
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held it unti) he was forced into the
pits in the 72nd lap with tire
trouble. Cpoper who started far
back In th field, was following
the flying San Francisco boy and
cut down tie other cars, one aft
er another: finally going into sec
ond place in the 67 th lap. When
Murphy went to the pits, Cooper
went into first place and held it
until the 97 th lap when he too,
was forced into the pits by tire
trouble. Murphy regained the
lead and Cooper dropped to third
place. He quickly moved up to
second place and from that time
on gradually cut down Murphy's
lead. For several laps the two cars
raced neck and neck and then a
spurt put Cooper into the lead by
a few feet .in the 145th lap. Dur
ing the last five miles both Cooper
and Murphy drove with all the
speed their cars possessed.
-If baseball is introduced into
Mexico we don't know but that
we would favor recognition. Ex
ENRICO ROS, Pianist
Tuesday, October 4th
Box office open Monday
10 a. m.
ffltm ! SCHOOL
After 106 glorious vacation days comes the call for school, and with the call
for school comes the call for school shoes. i .
This store specializes in school shoes. ' j "
We have a boys brown army shoe, welt
i sole, triple, stitched seams, soft toe, all (
, leather " iniiersole, sole leather1 counter. 1
Sizes 2Y to 5V. - -4.85
FUST PACE FM
Concluding Races of State
Fair Weelc-Are Run at
Lone Oat Track
Also a girl's brown medium toe, all leather
shoe, low heel, specially stitched seams.
Sizes 11V to 2. ...?..4-- .....$2.95
Brown calf-slqn, English toe, all leather
sole and heel, double stitched seams, blind
eyelets. Sizes 2i to 5y2 $2.63
Hack gurt meial button with an all leather
sole and heel, and an all leather innersole.
Sizes. 11V to 2 1.. .........$2.95
At The Electnc Sign "SHOES"
Howitt and drivfjn by Lindsey !
paced the last quarter 'of tb.3 fir3t 1
heat in the free-for-all today in
29 3-4 seconds, a 1:59 gait. He
won the three heats and his best
time was 2:08 1-4.
D. Burke, J. Keener's horse,
driven by his owner, won all but
the second of four heats of the
free-for-all trot, best time 2:01-3-4.
Teddy Ham, owned by Dicker
son, won the first and third heats
of the consolation. His best time
was 2:11 1-4.
Miss April Fool, owned by Ij. T.
Tryon captured the six-furlong
dash in 1:14. Stanley H, owned
by G. P. Hum and ridden by Neal,
the lightest Jockey in the United
States," won tha pix-furlong saddle
evept in 1:14. The mile run was
won by Dandy Van, owned by
Mrs. F. Doyle.
Fre-for-all pace, purse J 8 00
Rarondale (Lindsey) ..1 1 1
Lady Tango (Brady) 3 2 2
Rags Direct Dennis) ....2 3 3
Time 2:08 1-4; 2:13; 2:09-1-4.
Free-for-all trot, purse, $S00
D. J. Burke (Keener)..! 3 11
Hallle B (Swisher) .
La Panta (Tryon) . .
Cavalier Gals (Wood
cock) . .
Time 2:09 3-4;
2:12; 2:11 3-4.
Consolation, purse $300 . . .
Teddy Ham ( Dickerson ) . . 1 2 1
R. R. W. (Hall) . . 3 4 3
Howard's, Comet (ClermanM i 4
Ikey (Davis) .D
Frances Genting (wright) 2 3 5
Todd Patch (RaKsdale) ...5 12
Excellency (Daniels) 6 6 6
Time 2:15 1-4; , 2:11 1-4;
Shriners' handicap, six furlongs
Miss April Fool, owned byL. T.
Tryon, first; C tizen, owned by J.
M. McFadden, second; Full Moon,
owned by R. S. Townsend, third.
Time. 1:14. I
Six furlongs, purse $250
Stanley H, owned by G. ' F.
Hum. first: Lee Enfield, owned
by Mrs. P. R. Doyle, second: Mis
take, owned by V. J. O'Brien,
third. Time 1:14.
One mile, purse $250
Dandy Van, owned by lrs. P.
Doyle, first; Ballotcar, owned hy
R. Townsend. second: Sieno, own
ed by P. Rltsch, third. Time,
.3 2 3 3
4 4 D
Harry Brown Hejf up Near
. Woodburn, Money and
A total of $619.40 in silver and
currency, a one and one-fourth
karaet diamond scarf pin and a
valuable watch -formed the' booty
secured by two, highwaymen who
held up Harry Brown of 171
First street, Portland, on the
highway near Woodburn last
The robbery was reported to
the Salem police at S o'clock last
night by Mr. Brown, who was re-
turning to Portland from the
state fair when intercepted by the
"stick-up" men. Brown stated
thate the hold-up occurred at
about 7:30 p. m.
The victim was unable fo fur
nish a very good description of
the bandits, except to state that
both -men wore dark clothes and
caps and that one man was tall
while the other was af lesset
stature and was "pug-nosed."
County and city officials were
informed of the affair an warn
ings based upon the meagre de
scriptions were phoned to all the
The wider wa'sts proposed tor
the women by Dame Fashion Is
another blow to the one-armed
driving of automobiles.
WASHINGTON" BELLE" TO WEL
Miss Ann Wicks Craven, wha
win become the wife of Lieut Rod
ma Drake d Kay. U. s. N.
We are now entering tle second week of the most stupendous
underselling of seasonable merchandise ever staged by; any
merchant in this community. This colossal upheaval of prices !kjs
will be more fully realized this second week of oar gigantic H
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When newer merchandise, some arriving too late to participate
in the opening day sales, some especially bought for this glor
ious feast of bargain giving and still more consigned to us to be
sold at our own figures and. you can bet your last button that
prices such as yo'u will find here are absolutely the lowest in
. this city. . '
The Tremendous New Bargains
Will Inspire Sensational Buying
Activities to all Discriminating
We sell for less because we sell for cash. Selling for cash, we
buy for cash. Buying for cash we get larger discounts combined
with our enormous volume of business, which is admitted by all
competitors to be the largest in this community, we are placed
in a position to sell better merchandise for less money and at
greater savings to you besides our premium coupons. Think
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HERE ARE FACTS-? WHY
' Everybody Shops Where The Crowds Buy
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Girls' School New shipment of Men's Cotton Ruff- Men's 15c value ' . Extra value
Middies Army Coats j Work Sox 36 im ChalKe; ;
Prosperity Sale Trice Ppnono 8f- ' iwealers ProsppHty ! Sale Trice Prosperity' Sale' Tr Ice i
Prosperity Sale Price Prosperity Sale Price ' F f - '
49c 1 98c ! 98c 9c 17c
Boys' and Girls'
black cotton, sale
price, per pair
3 lbs. Stitched Pure
Sanitary Fleece, very spe
cial, one day only
Boys' Work and
Nifty loolclng shoes,
yet of strong wearing
sizes. Sale price
Shoes and Oxfords
Sizes 2i2 to 7
only for a few days.
Wool Knee Pants
Suitable for school
wearing. $2 value;
Special sale price
Two Extra Blanket Specials
Size 64x76, sub-wool Blan-
ket, m pretty plaids, $4.50
An All Wool 'Dorset'
ket, extra large sizes
ular $;2.50 value,
In belted models,) good heavy woolen
material, for Boys
For Men j
Blue Serge Dresses
Up to 16 years
Special, sale price
for men and ladies
in flower and In
dian designs, spe
Men's Wool Process
Union Suits f
Regular $2.50 values, spe
cial ffor this sale
j Regular value 65c
Prosperity Sale Price, yard
. 4i 35c
Ope Lot Tricotine Dresses
Trimmed anil embroidered, your favorite
or and styje at this low pric& they will
Beautifully silk lined, with and without fur
trimmings. Coats that are really nleasinz
to look upon, price
Wool Jersey Guimp Dresses
Inj blue, black and brown. These dresses
cain be worn with blouses and snort coats.
That Are Unbeatable
16 lbs. Can3 Sugar..........; J 95
1 sack Crown Flour 2.15
1 sack White Spray 2.05
1 lb. Diamond W. Coffee...... 35
1 can Milk (small) free.
1 lb. Lard in bulk..!.... J4
1 lb. Honey 2
Brooms, 75c value 39
5 bars Bob White Soap 1 5
1 gal. Cooking Oil in bulk ...
5 cans Hebo Milk, tall :.. 4Q
Ten to a customer.
5 cans Tomatoes 40
Special No. 1
Boy:' Cotton Suits with two pairs
panfs, cannot be beat for schoo
Special No. 2
Boys' Wool Suit, two pairs pants
rcgtilar values to $12.50
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Every suit is reduced, in many
cases marked !
Always Shop Where the Crowds '
I?t.. nwA T.... crl.. ..
( iiuj anu ivu niiy oaieiv ana
Sack Sugar r
to the customer
making tha larg
est purchase in !
our Dry Goods
department every 1