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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 26, 1921)
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TOE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
WEDNESDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 26, 1921
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Unknown American Dough
boy, in Flag-Draped Cas
ket, Accorded Honors
OLD FLAGSHIP, HEARSE
French Marines in Attention
at Havre Until Vessel
Is Out of Sight
HAVRE, Oct. 2T,. (I?y the As-j
Boclated Press) rAmcrica':: un
known soldier i coming home, i
After rest ng nearly three;
years in France, ho began his last j
homeward Journey on the I'nitedj
Statescruiser Olympia today. j
The symboi of the lost Ameri-!
can dead will rest on French soil
v fiTCK'K CO.
, 3 Days
Frl.'. Sat., Sunday
Entire Change Daily
Band and Orchestra
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New Shipment of T raveling
Bags and Suit Cases
At The New Store All Specially Priced
Here is a new creation in
suit cases, a neat size for
Ladies, size 22 inches;
this case has pockets on
each end, also inside lid.
The case is beautifully
lined. Specially Priced
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A GOOD ONE FOR THE
Nice size 21 inch fibre
case in Black or Tan.
Specially Triced at
See Our Big Special Window
, 1 77 North Liberty
Worth & ray
in the American national ceme-j
t?ry at Arlington, Jfcr the Olympiad
earries a large box or the bo. l or;;
Kr?nco. enough to cover the Lot-!
tcm "t the grave. !
Sincerity .Murks DcpiUture i
Simple sincerity narked the de-!
parture of the nnkiiown warrior.!
as did fei.H selection yesterday at
('hr, lons-Sur-Marce. Just before!
placing a medal of the legion of j
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liiyuwi u Ii Lilt? i nnvL. .i'!!icr Ml :
Pensnns Maginot, peaking lor !
i ti)e neopie til r ranee, (lecian-a:
"American, brother, they are
taking you back. We. how
t ver, will piously preserve your
memory and the land of France
will never forget you confided to
her your last dream."
The parting ceremony wi.i held
on the pier. Six army pallbear- j
era carried the body to the Bane- j
way and placed it on the pier. Af-1
t.rwml si,x American sailors and j
mx r r"ncn ponus cHirieu , iti'j
floral tributes aboard as the 'Am
erican hand played "Chopin's
Funeral March ' and the Ameri-i
-an national anthem-
Trench Marines At Attention j
- As the order to east off was
given the Ajnerk-an flag was half ;
masted and an escort ( f seven '
French destroyers accompanied!
the Olympia to the three-mile i
line. Airplanes waited to tly over!
the Olympia a3 she pasaod out to
The French marines ftood at
attention until Admiral Dewey's
old flagship became a spefk on
May Soon Soon Terminate
VICTORIA. IS. C. Oct. 25. '
Termination of the Anglo-Japanese
treaty and tightening up of
the immigration act against Asiat
ics with the Intention of bringing
about their total exclusio.i from
British Columbia was made an is
sue in the British Columbia legis
G. S. Ilanes, of North Vancou
ver, placed two motions of that
tenor on the ord?r paper. They
will be discussed on the floor of
the house Wednesday.
EXTRA HIGH QUAL
Genuine leather case,
size 24 inches. This one
is made for extra hard
service, triple hinged and
heavy leather straps.
Specially Priced at
METAL BOUND CASE
Another extra special
buy in a tan metal bound
case also heavy strap,
size of case is 21 inches.
Specially Priced at
of Suit Cases and Hand Bags. (Suit Cases and Hand E
. Bags on the 2nd Floor)
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PaClflC UHlVerSlty Hopes for
Revenge November 5 for
TRIP EAST IS COMING
Whitman Will Be Played at
Walla Walla and Puget
Sound at Tacoma
The Bearcats have been think
ing ot making it Bare-cats, trad
ing their padded suits for tlivver
bathing garments, and making it
a regatta instead of a gridiron fin
ish to the season. They would,
but for; the schedule that they are
already bound to go through with.
First comes Pacific university
from Forest Grove. The whole
town will come including the doc
tor and the undertaker, on Novem
ber .", to wipe out 14 straij;h de
feats at the hands of the Bear
cats. This is the time they're go
ing to do it, they say, sure pop.
! And there is every prospect of
aj battle, for the P. U. team has
eBtablistied an exceptional record
this year. They scored against
the University of Oregon. It was
a: morn lop-sided score than the
one between Willamette and Ore
pion, but still the Pacifies made it
a genuine touchdown and a goal.
Others Cleaned Up.
! They have cleaned up two of
t lie other smaller colleges in
straight heats Albany and Mt.
A BAG OF REAL
Black Genuine leather
hand bag, with inside
lined with cretonne, size
16 inches. Specially
Genuine leather bag in
mahogany Tan or Black.
If you want something
for looks and durability,
buy this one. Leather
lined, comes in size 18
only. Specially priced at
lAugei and now they are rolling
! tlje word "R-r-r-r-he-ven-nen-ge"
j arojnd their tongues for the li
straight wallODinsrs that Wil'am.
ette has handed thtm. It promises
to be the big game of the year.
Certainly, it will be 'the last col
lege game here at home this year.
There ar two other college
games on the regular schedule,
the one at Walla Walla with
Whitman November 19, and the
one a week later with Pucet
Found university, at Tacoma. The
Bearcat treasury is hoping for a
record attendance at the Pacific
game, November 5, for they are
tl!l deep in the financial hole and
they want to crawl out. Tho Bear
cats have spent close to $15oy
this year, for equipment aloue.
and it takes a lot of support to
carry that load.
Frfshnw-n Arc Stan,
Some star players are riovoirm-
i ing from the freshman class th:u
j promise to shine brilliantly for
! years in the western football sky.
j isham, batkfieid man, is devel-
oping into' a ge:iuin ;,nd. He-
has u real nose for foothai! not
a castiron or rubber handle thai
merely can t be hurt, but a srenius
lor ferreting out the plavs, for
following the ball on aerial' passes
and for doing things generally.
Dunnette, who played the back
field in the Chemawa game, looks
like one cf the fellows who will
mako the audience rise up on it;
hind legs, puil the benches to
pieces and do the strangest things
in a frenzy of excitement. Witi.
three more years ahead oi him, he
promises to make Bearcat history.
Carey at left end. also a green
tapper, is showing fine promise.
Building for l ut it i t
It is the policy of Coach Bohler
to bring in all the men who can
be interested, teach them to enjuv
and to play the game and to get
ready for years to cbme, rather
than to build up a one-year team
and let the future take care oi
itself.. This policy is bringing out
a host of promising new men. and
there is joy thereover in tho heart
of every pigskin enthusiast at
Basketball is to "Dein in the
near future. It is only 30 days un
til the football season is officially
closed, and then the indoor sports
begin. The university is to have
the armory for all its indoor
games. The floor is to be laid out
lor tennis, basketball, volley ball,
and perhaps indoor sports. Mana
ger McKittrick expects to have
this work done within the next
few days, so that he may be ready
for everything when the football
whistle blows the end of the sea
son. A series of class games is un
derstood to be one of the firrt
things on the basketball schedule
and this will furnish a definite
line for the material for the var
sity team. Three of the old team
will be here this year, McKittrick
Gillette, and Dimick. Willamette
has starred in basketball, even if
the football score hasn't always
been very good. The management
expects to mako the game far
more general this year than ever
Chairman of Service Com
mission Back from East
with Some New Ideas
Fred A. Williams, chairman of
the public service com
mission, has returned from a trip
east convinced that Oregon should
get into the bulk method of ship
p'ng grain by water, and declares
that if this method were followed
5 or 6 cents a bushel would be
saved tho farmers who produce
Another reform that Mr. Wil
liams believes should be institut
ed is that in vogue in Chicago
and New Orleans of passing on
the condition or tho ship before
grain is loaded. This is done un
der the pure food act.
While in the east Mr. Wi'liams
BIG EATERS GET
Take Salts at First Sign or Blad
der Irritation or
The American men and women
must guard constantly against
Kidney trouble because wo eat too
much and all our food is rich. Our
blood is filled with uric acid
which the kidneys strive to filter
outi they weaken from overwork
hecome sluggish, the eliminative
tissue, clog and the jresult is kid
ney trouble, bladder weakness
and a general 'decline in health
When your kidneys feel lik
lumps of lead; your back hurts or
tho urine is cloudy, full of sedi
ment or you aro obliged to seek
relief two or three times during
the night; if you suffer with sick
headache or dizzy, nervous spells
acid stomach, or yem have rheu
matism when the weather is bad
get from your pharmacist about
tour ounces of Jad Salts; take a
tablespoonfut in a glass of water
before breakfast for a few days
and your kidneys will then a t
fine. This famous salts is made
from the acid of grapes and lemon
juice, combined with lithia and
has been used for generations to
flush and stimulate clogged kid
neys; to neutralize the acids in
th! urine to it'no longer is a
source of irritation, thus' ending
Jad Suits is inexpensive; cannot
injure, makes a delightful effer
vescent lithia-water boverase, and
belongs in every home, because
nobody can mak a mistake by hav.
SHIP 111 BULK
conferred at length with the in-
terstate commerce commission i
and w.th others relative to the.
need of refrigerator cars for use?
of the shippers or the west in I
sending their fruit eastward. Be-:
cau.-e of the failure of tb; arpls
crop In many parts of the country
thv' eastern market will demand
western apples and at the pres
ent time thtre is a distressing
shortage of cars
Following a convention of the
national association ot railroad
and utility commissioners at At
lanta. Ga . Mr. Williams v ent to
Nw Orleans where he investigat
ed the grain inspection methods.
This side trip was at the rt 'iuest
of Louisiana officials.
You Would Fly
Out Of Your Skin
Kszcma 3Ijskrs You Wi-h You
Your disease. which is some
times called salt rheum, not only
itches, but also burns, oozes, dries
and scales over and over 'a train.
Sometimes it covers the whole
body and causes intense suffering.
You have found that local ap
plications have no lasting effect,
aod you want permanent relief.
You must thoroughly purify
your blood or the eruption will
continue to annoy, perhaps aco
nize yo. T;ike Hood's Sarsapa
iilla. This blood-purifying medi
cine 1ms been successfully used in
thousands of cases.
To make and keep the bowels
normally active, take Hood's Pills.
They are gentle and thorough.
SOWING THE WIND
LOUIS B. MATER.
What happens to
women caught in
Habit's web and
seeking the easy
drama; a train
wreck you'll re
member; and a
style-show of un
ties! .. A First ..
Also New LARRY SEMON
Where The Big Pictures Show
Those of You
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ra-lj ! Tomorrow 1
rap-Mlr! Is the Last Day
1 ptelK : Special : '
If; I-:' I1 t Pur chaise Sstle
o Of Women's Dresses!
The Choice Materials
Silk Velvet Tricotine
Crepe de Chine Georgette
This announcement could not come moro opportunely.
comes just at a time when women are anticipating a few
dresses for winter wear.
See The Window Displays
GUI WIPE DRESSES
AN ADDED ATTRACTION
Velvet and Broadcloth
All wool Jersey and all wool Serg-e Jumper! Dresses in plain
and piped models, navy blue and brown. Shon early if pos
sible, these won't last long at this price, 4 yJ
Speciah selling at each
Dallas Commercial Club
Arranging (or Banquet
DALLAS. Or . Oct. (Spe
cial to The Statesman.) At th
next meeting of thi llallas Com
mercial club, whkhjwili occur tht
first Wednesday jjn November,
plans have been made, to hold a
banquet and s-et-tojethrr -rc-ssion.
It is hoped !y this iniethod to ge:
cut a large attendance, and if
the affair is a success the ban
quets will be held hereafter ci ce
ebch month on tii. first meeting
i . : -h t . A commit teje composed of
A. P.. Muir. X. L. ' Guy and Ed
ward Himcs was j appointed to
have the affair in charge.
All this week ending Saturday night Just
listen to this; Choose from our entire stock
of Ladies' Coats, Suits and Dresses, also Chil
dren's Coats at 20 Off.
Can you imagine it right now when you are
in the mcod of buying. Beautiful fur collared
coats of Velours, Bolivias, Plushes, etc Fine
warm Coats; in the season's most desirable
colorings. Original prices are marked in
No misrepresentations are permitted in our
ads. in facfc our modesty prevents us from
telling you half of their good qualities.
Ladies' Coats, regular prices .$12.75 to $49.50
Ladies' Suitsregular prices 1$19.75 to $50.00
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Ladies' Dresses, regular prices ..,.$ 6.75 to $25.00
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Children's Coats, regular prices , ;.$ .6.75 to $15.00
Onr Prices Always The Lowest j ! !
PEOPLE'S CASH STORE
Get a Cup of Hot Coffee Free in-Our Bargain Basement
You Should Not Miss This Sale
who had Planned to Buy Later Will Make No Mistake
Many N'ewly Arri
i5a UT1TY? AT
By Rupert Hughes
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is jus i iiiai uuuu Aiiav
Last Day Than Any PreVious Day
Today At The Oregontast Times
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Commercial and Court Streets
Values to $25
ved Lots Added
Best Creamery Butter L
Citrus Washing Powder ...
White Wonder Soap, 7 bars....
Soda Crackers, 1 lb L.
Peabcrry Coffee 1
3 packages Jiffy Jello
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