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Two Salem Basketball Play
- ers Declared by Board to
beElligibIe 1 :
. Grant ' Fallin and Frank i-lilt-
jgren, players on tiin Salem high
i school basketball tMm who were
i protested by Dallas high school,
were exonerated Saturday at a
'meeting of the board of control
lot the State Intersciulastic Ath
letic association which met at the
.office of J., A. Churchill, state
superintendent of schools,
i The protest against Falling was
that about two years ago he par
ticipated In a boxing match for
which he received money. The
board fonnd that Fallin was inr
fluenced by the advice of older
persons, who told him he would
mot be professionalized by accept
ing the money, and that when he
later discovered that he would be
he returned the money received
for the bout. , .
,' Lttllgren was protested on the
grounds that be played as a mem
ber of the Chemawa Indian school
while a student of. Salem high
school and under , an assumed
name. The board had passed on
this case once before and it was
-held that ( -this decision should
stand, namely that LiUIgren play-;
ed In the game under orders of
Superintendent Harwood Hall of
the Indian , .school .and , that . he
played only under a nickname. It
was held that Mr. Hall had charge
of all persons living at Cnemawa.
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OREGON BATH HOUSE
Now under new management. Special rates, for swim
ming parties. ; Prof. J. Overdorf , has been re-employed
as swimming instructor, y Reliable attendants, who spe
cialize in sea salt ' rube both ladies , and gentlemen.
PHONE SOS FOR
Spring Time is
Our showing of spring woolens was never so large
' nor completed Buving " early and in j large quan--.,
tities we can show you a, very substantial saving.
'Eventually You Will Buy Merchant
-'! Tailored aothes
M H. MOS
!: 463 Court' St.: 1 ''i' " -
POULTRY RAISERS, ATTENTION!
J. E.. LAYTON . 1
" ; The Practical Ponliryman 'i
Will Lecture at Woodburn City Hall
April 3d and 4th, 730
oaiem cnamDec or commerce
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If ycu have any
nzs what shedd be done. 1 i '
I.!r. Layfan is coming direct from Petaluaa,
quest cf prcsiinest pedtrymea ol the 5tate of Oregon. :
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ftsrecptican slides produced frca life are nsed. .
California! Track Team
Wins From Southern Cal.
BERKELEY, CaL, March 31.
University of California's nation,
al championship track land field
teams downed the University of
Southern California Trojans 81
to 50 on the California toval here
today. ;; I
Charlie Paddock,' world's sprint
record 1 holder, from the south
ern school,' ' today ' conclusively
proved his f rSght to . that title
wh?n. from a flying start, .be
ran . the f 00-yard dash in 8 9-1 u
seconds, believed to be the fast
est time, x ever record ed; -
Southern California's stars far
outshone i the i Berkeleyans but
their scarcity qf ."second and
third place men proved their un
doing. In only one event, the
440-yard dash, did the Trojans
stagger their ' b'ig rival by' run
ning away with all three places.
, In five events, the half mile,
mile, two-mile high jump and
javern, California came out with
all three places, for a total of
45 points in thesa events 'alone.
I NEW CORPORATIONS I
following artlcea of Incor
poration were : filed Here Satur
day: ; i 4 ' '
California 'Creek Mining Comp
any, Portland; incorporators, B.
A. Rohae. Otto Christensen. G. J
Rohse; capitalization. $48,090. !
, - Reedsport Hotel Company,
Redsport ; , incorporators, C Mc-
Johnson. Al F. Edwards, f. L.
Taylor: capitalization, $25,000
ThomysoB-Kely Lumber comp
any, Marshfleld; fncorporators, H.
I. Houston, IJ. R. Thompson, , K.
H. Kely capitalization. $10,000.
Dress Up Time
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April 5th, 7:30 p.
Lebanon City Hall
April 6th, 7:30 p.
sick birds ! bring them, Mr.
AVIATORS SET IIP
NEW SPEED 1IKS
Records Made Far Eclipse
Those Made by French
Early in Week
DAYTON. OhUo, March 31.
In a . spectacular aerial, derby,
army aviators! from McCoofc field
today set a new world i speed
record tor 500- and 1000 kilo
meters . distances, ... far 1 eclipsing
those made this week by French
aviators at the Villa Sauvage
Unofficial .'figures tontfght show
ed that Lieutenant- Alexander
Person, completed 500 kilometers
I in . one hour; 50 minutes 7-10
seconds, making approximately
169 miles an. hour and that
Lieutenant Harold Harris, and
Civilian , Pilot Ralph ' Lock wood
traveled ionn kilometers in four
hours, 52 minutes 35.24 seebnds,
averaging around 126 miles an
hour. . . ' ' ! '
DAYTON, Ohio. March 3t.
Lieutenant Peteller of th? Frenc
army, was the holder of the, 500
kilometer record with a time of
two 'hours, 43 minutes, 51 3-5
seconds, and Lieutenant Carrier
of the 1000 kilometer d "stance
whose time was six hours .3
minutes 40' 2-5 seconds, s
In addition to the 504 kilo
meter mark, set by Pearson.
Harris and- Lock wood also are
credited with ? exceeding the
French record for that distance,
are four other McCook field avia
tors. :'; . ' 4 . H: .-j.
Eleven sh'ps took the air short.
ciiiui i. i neat ine rreoca ts
ords. Seven were to try tfor the
500 . kilometer mark and four
for the 1000. Fire of the plane
finished jthe 500 kilometer dis
tance and four of the others
we're forced down. .!;
Aviators who beat the French
record for 500 kilometers and
their time -are:s Lotrts Melster,
two hours. 32 minutes. 48.44
seconds; average speed; of 122
m'ls an hour. Lieutenant Ar
thur Smith, two hours,! 32 'min
utes, 31.88 seconds; an average
speed of 122.1 ; miles an hour.'
Lieutenant . H. H. Mills, two
hours, 36 minutes. 26.69 sec
onds, an average of ?1 19-2 miles
an j hour and Lieutenant J. S.
gramme' who went the distance
in 2 hours. ' 42 . minutes. 35.48
seconds speeding at 114.7 ,m!le
an hour. : ( '--iM: n- l
The time of Harris and Lock
wood for 500 kilometers was two
hours, 25 minutes, 39.9 seconds,
a speed of 127 miles an j hour, p
HALL'S FERRY I
The Rev. William Morrow, pas
tor of th Methodist 1 Episcopal
chnreb of Halls Ferry, and fam
ily motored to Eugene, Monday,
where they visited with relatives
of Mrs. Morrow. - f
.Miss Susan Church, who is at
tending - Willamette university
spent the .. week : end with her
grandmother, Mrs. Sophia Mothes.
Wiliam Meier purchased a new
touring sar last week. .
C. W. Puree! of Portland Is vis
iting with his brother, A. J. Pur-
cell. : 5 -- -- - -;-v U
. Although stll : confined to his
bed, th condition of Claud Sharpe
who' has been ill for nearly three
months shows a- marked improve
ment over last week. 'rS 1 ; :k.
; The regular monthly meeting of
th Epworth League was Jield at
the church Wednesday 1 evening.
Layton will gladly ad-
California, at the re
If II RE EDGE(iATR
After an .interesting literary pro
gram, refreshments were served
and a social: time was enjoyed., -
if A number of loganberry yards
are being plowed up in this vicin
ity, as the i market prospect is any
thing but encouraging. The own
ers have decided td use their land
tor' purposes more renumerative.'
"Harry. To whsend was a visitor
at the Geo. E. Colby home Sun
day. ' ;-, l :''-'.
I Mrs. W. S. Brown,, who under
went an operation in a Portland
hospital recently, i is reported
much improved and expects to re-
ejoin.her family in a few days. J
The roadsin this district which
were badly, cut up during the win
ter aby the use of heavy wood
trucks.: have been greatly improv
ed by the warm weather of the
last few days. ' i ;
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Thursday April 5 Date for
Allj-Uay . Session i and
'. i Basket Banquet
On Thursday, AprilJB, the Mar
on County Veterans, association
will meet - at Woodburn for an
all day session." The Salem del
egation win leave ; here by train
shortly after 9 o'clock in the
morning, and get there ; in time
for- the 1 business session. whici
will continue up until noon. : .'
r Following' , this will come ; the
big dinner, which f is to 5 be ; a
noteworthy event. , It 4s to be a
basket spread, with ail the wo
men, asked (' to bring of their best
to make it . a big time. They
have always, had: such a spread
as 1 makes the , old vets perfectly
sure that they .fought ! for the
privilege of eating just such din
ners for 50 years in peace.
After dinner the Woodburn
members will put on the literary
and musical program, and after
thlsv is the regular campfire
where1 everybody is a star per
former. ! '
A The, Marion, County Veterans"
association has several affiliating
member ! organizations, : but It
urges all patriotic orders, wheth
er or not they are now mem
bers, to jola In for this celebra
tion. ; ; ' All I are welcome. j The
association meets regularly the
first ' week of, every April in
Woodbarn, I the , first week of
August in SHvert6n. and the first
week of -December in SalemJ Any
nuai ; mempnai services ior xne
departed of t&4 ' year are held
at the April session. '
- Oideon Stolz of 1 Salem is pres-
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fey -' ?- Zz
We have everything you will
Grass Catchers . ;
Hedge Shears ,
Lawn Edgers '
Rakes and "Hoes i .
Grass Hooks " i I .
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Oil four lawn mower and tools with Winchester General
Timothy Pulls a New One
T3UT THi 9
ident, and Mrs. Nqrroa Terwll
liger, also of : Salens, the secre
tary. , ' j , v-
Big Shrine Show Will
Be Here Next Saturday
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The , Shrine Vaudeville De luxe
program ; toi be put on by j th.e
Shriners of ' Al Kader temple. Is
to be at the armory the night
of April 7, next Saturday. There
will be a street parade, consist
ing of the famous patrol band.
the uniformed caravan and 'the
Chanters, at least 117 invthej
organized ' marching detachment
and hundreds of others expected
to participate. . The armory, pro
gram itself will be .a rich, and
rare treat, with music by the
nationally famous band and the
Chanters and a- number of iiigh
class vaudeville acts. A dance
is to follow the program, for
all who care to dance; the band
f urn'snes the music, and there's
no extra charge for the dancing,
j Iocal Shriners have been busy
interesting , their audience and
getting them to agree to be. des
perately crowded and still smile
for It looks as If there wolnld
be an awful jam to aee thevjbig
Judd Cupp Bound Over
' To County Grand Jury
" Charged with . having . obtained
money ' under false V pretenses.
Judd Cupp ofr this city vfas yes
terday arraigned in the;. Justice
fcourt,' waived hearing and was
bound over to the grand jury
under $500 balil which he failed
ta furnish, vf'- , :;. if -yiy.
Cupp is charged with haying
given a t check for $10 to the
Central Pharmacy, ownd by , A.
T. Wolpert " and ' P.. D. , Quisen
bury.i made out on the blanks
of a local bank in which he car
ries no account. The arrest -was
made) by fDeputy Sheriff Sam
Burkhart. . H; ; ' .
If You Knew
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of a dandy house for
rent at less money than
you are now paying . -.
would it take you to
get there? ,. v
Try a Statesman
ads at - two cents per
word stating just what
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Keep your lawn, hedge,
garden and trees looking
better than ever this
year. . It improves the
value of your property.
need to make the work easy
Seeds and bulbs
! Garden cultivators -;
1 Garden forks and spades
. Pruning Shears 8
" Garden hose '
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Service Commission to
Investigate State Tonnage
- The public servile commission
is contemplating an 'independent
investigation of the resources and
possible freight tonnage of Ore
gon and wil pot have a representa
tive to' accompany Dr. Smith and!
Professor Peter Crockatt of the
University of Oregon, wto are go
ing to make such an investigation
for the Centra Pacific Railway
company. The commission gave
this information yesterday- by
telegram to' the Ontario Chamber
of Commerce which - asked the
commission to send a representa
tive with the two profesbrs. ,
Thye Wins Two Out of
Three From Tom, Grant
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PORTLAND, March 3ll Ted
Thye, light heavyweight wrestler,
won two out of three falls from
Tom Grant of Spokane. in their
match here ; tonight -The first
f all . went to ., Grant In 32 mi ites.
30 seconds with a headlock. Thye
took the second with a wr istlockj
In 16 minutes, 30 seconds. "In
I We Wish to Remind You
i that useful and beautiful hats can be made of
I Denison's Crepe Paper at a trifling expense for.-, ,
i material. By new method of coating hat when I ;
J finished it will stand all kinds of weather. '.
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-i-You are invited to attend the FREE classes given,
every Tuesday and Saturday. " v I
1 Commercial Book Store
Salem High School Chorus
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i ii Eleven Soloists
One Hundred Thirty Voices
i Lena Belle Tartar, director
High School Auditorium
I Friday Evening, April 6
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Reserved Seats Fifty Cents; Generals Admission 35c.
VAUDEVILLE ROAD SHOW
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BROWN-JEFFERSON TODESCA & TODESCA GEO. HUSSEY '' WALIiY-EDITII RYAN
AND HUNT ' -4 . The And with
In BKXSATIONAIj HUCKliEBERRY TICKLES. TUXES AND
DARKTOWN CAFE" cyclists . Fixx . taps-
MARTIN -JOHNSON'S -JUNGLE ADVENTURES i Bargain
. The Most Unusual Romance Ever Screened . , Matinee v
Comedy and Western Feature Too t -
TODAY ONLY , I 'lf -(P'
BLIGH THEATRE :
' """"l ! N..
gaining the. second fall ' Thye in
ujred Grant's left arm to such an
extent that it was nseless, when
they went on the mat for the third
and deciding fall. Thye took; the
third fall with a half nelson after
four minutes 10 seconds of wrestl
ing. , ' I .
NEW ORLEANS. March 31.
(Exhibition.) j . '
' R.Jf. E.
Brooklyn Nationels 11 it 2
New York 'Americans t 5 - - 8 . 4
Shriver, bickersan and Deberry,
Taylor; Bush, Mays and Schang. 'i.
FORTWORTH, TESL, March 51.
(Exhibition.) & .
. V:y---. j ' ' R. H. E.
St. Louis 'Americans 3 " 5 9 1
Forthworth Texas League ; 3 5 0
Kolp, : Danforth and Collins;
Johns. Pope,' Ross and Moore.'
MACON, OA., March 31 .(Ex
hibition.) t .'.''j -...v y J :
;'. " 5 R. H. R.
University of Georgia 1 9 15 4
Yale 1 : : 1 , ' . 0 8 3
Chambers and Powers; Harnett
and Mallory. ' I ' ' 1 5
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR" RENT SIX ROOM HOUSE,
$37,50 a month. Call 4 65 N.
. 12th St-' -
- INDEPENDENCE. OrL March
31. Among the ImproTements
this Week is A. L. Keeney's new
concrete walk in front of his prop
erty an. Monmouth street.
Oliver, DeArmond transacted
business Iln Salem Thursday. -
Moss Walker of the Beaver ho
tel was transacting business at the
Capital Friday. .
C. II. Grant,' who is working at
VaJseti, was home the latter part
of the week. , ;'
Virgil DeCoster left the first
of the ! week for ; Klamath Fa!!
where he will superintend opera
tions of the Shale OJ1 company of
that placej ' j ' - ' -
Men who'appreciate good
clothes and -who know
values are having their
clothes made to measure
BECAUSE they get
better quality and more
style, ; better workman
ship and finer trimmings
than you can get in any
other way. Besides mak
ing a distinct saving
come in and get meas
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