The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, September 16, 1923, Page 3, Image 3

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THE OREGON STATESMAN. SALEM, OREGON
-! SUNDAY MORNING,: SEPTEMBER 16..1923
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MISS SMERTDtl
. : HIGHLY HIED
Whole City Turns Out Last
Night, to Greet Queen of
Legion Session
SILVERTON, Ore., Sept. 15.
(Special to. The Statesman)
SUvertonin queen. Miss Laura O?
terlund, .who- won first - prize in
the. battling beauties' parade at
Seaside, dnrtng ike recent Ameri
can I.gtai-i -convention: 'arrived al
Silvertoif tonight -on the 7 o'clock
traln7y: Silverton. was at the sta
tion "with a band to welcome ;the
queenr home. A parade was '-held
'JThia.; 'consisted of . everyone .with
cars;wiliig fo pay hernia ge to Mies
Osterlund j 'for carrying, off. the
honors i for Silverton at Seaside.
' The parade was followed by a din-
ner given at The Cozy in honor of
-Miss, SUverton. Later in th even
ing a dance was given in her hfm
or by the Silverton American Le
gion post at the Silverton armory,
The American Legion orchestra
' played for the event; There were
about 50 automobiles (a the par
ade.
KOMIOIV IB!
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STffl Tfflill
Shy Huntington Will Whip
- Team , Into Shaoe for
-WHfamette Sept. 29
EUOKNE, Or., Sept. Head
Coach "Shy" Huntington, aided
by JU a3r.iata.nt football instruc
tors' who are back 1n Eugene, will
begin Monday to whip the Univer
sity of Oregon football candidates
into hape according tft announce
ment today atthe university. Ore
gon, has a game scheduled ; with
Willamette university at Salem,
September 29,. two days before
classes . begin. Huntington,
therefore la up against a problem
to get a team in shape for its first
encounter. ' 7 '
For the first two weeks of train
ing men will turn out twice daily.
.it ..was .Announced. The morning
and afternoonrjfwerkouts-; will be
possible ; until college classes be
gin October 1. Huntington ex-
7, o
iome lively scrimmagesJfceforeUJie
K'illamette game. .
Oregon faces i" hard season
with the loss ot ten letter men. It
: nrfll be difficult for Huntington to
build up line this year .because
of the loss of the twa Shields boys,
Callison Rud Brown and 1 Bill
Spear. He has onlj two regulars
on the lin who would be .in.iini-
" form jVon Der Ahe and. Cogs
, Campbell. - McKeown and Reed
will be varsity line candidates, but
neitheri was a regular last year.
Besides the men inentiond above
Oregon has lost Terry Johnson,
"Chuck Parsons, George King
and Horace Byler.
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FORD PETITIOiS
Lincoln State Department
Receives First Presiden-
tial Candidates Name.
. LINCOLN, Neb., Sept. 15.- (By
the Associated .Press) The peti
tion asking that Henry . Ford's
name be placed on the ballot in
Nebraska as progressive candi
date, was filed with Secretary C.
W. Pool today, he announced. It
is thought to be the first presi
dential candidate petition actually
received officially by a secretary
of state. . :
The petition was entered In the
secretary of Btate's files, today
with 983 names out of the 1826
appearing ; on it accepted by the
state.- The 'remaining 843,. the
secretary announced were exclud
ed ' because they, appeared to be
irregular. ; - :
The petition was sent to the
state department4by Roy Harrop
of tbe--progressiTe party..
6.000 GUARD MEPi
CALLED BY GOVERNOR
(Continued from page 1)
! was defied when the grand dragon
of this semi-mUitary orgahozation
publicly proclaimed in substance
that the sovereign state of pWa-j
homa could not break the power
of the klan.j; Herermen nave oeen
- whipped and mutilated. Here
the Dolice oower, the sheriffs of-
fice, - the i Jury commission anl
some of the judges of the district
court are subjects of the 'invis
ible empire or, are under its dom-
ination. and here , today gr ana
and petit Juries are being called
by a klaQ Judge to shield and pro
ject subjects, of this empire."
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OH! YOU
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Miss Mary Dotto. chosen to represent Sunbu'ry, 1-a at the Na
il Beauty Pageant to be held at Atlantic City. N. J. j ,
tiona
or members -of the legislature' to
convene themselves without his
call, as provided by. the constitu
tion, would result in the law
makers going to" jail. '
A cof don of armed guards was
thrown, around. Governor Walton's
home, tonight. '-.
"The" Invisible empire," Gover
nor Walton declared, "assumes
the functions -of. a .political gov
ernment. ' It has gained control
of prosecuting officers, sheriffs
offices and ury commis'Ions inj
many counties. It has a hooded
court before whom' citizens; are
tried. 7 All who do not' belong are
aliens ?It, ; endjorse: i tickets a
general elections and its mem
bers are 'subject to prosecution
and. whipping if they fall to sup-
ipori the ticket endorsed
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Two governments cannot
ist in this state at the same time.'
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Worst Blight in History.:
TULSA, Okla.. Sept. 1 5.
Branding the Kq KIux Klan as
the-"worst blight ever known in
American history,-: H. O. McClVre.
president of the Tulsa Chamber
of Commerce, tonight issued a
statement h calling upon Tulsa
klansmen to disband.
McClure's . statement followed
failure of the board of directors
of the chamber to support his re
port to them that he had told
Mpcal klan officials that their or-
ganizaiion snouia snouiaer re-
spon&ibinty. for conditions that
brought on martial law in Tulsa
county, o f v . .4 :
Famous Professor Will
Visit Silverton Brother
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V SILVERT6N, Or., Sept. 15.
(Special j to The Statesman)
Dr. pliver J. Lee, professor of
practical -astronomy at the Uni
versity of , Chicago, who had
charge of the photographic appar
atus ,which , was installed at the
Satalina islands for the recent sun
PUBLIC
Tuesday, September 18, 10 a. ni.
Located at the A. M. LaFollett farm, 10 miles north of Salem, :
or 1 mile south of the Wheatland Ferry on Salem-Wheatland r
road, Slarlon tounty. Follow the arrow. . , -
j. Consisting of Horses, Cows, Chickens. T
- 1 horse; 4 years old, weight 1250 pounds;" 1 horse,' S years old. .
weight 1100 pounds'; 1 mare, 7 years old, weight 1300 pounds; .
30 chickens; 1 milk cow, 3 years old, fresh;. 2 milk cows, 4 years '
old, fresh; 1 milk cow, 8 years old, fresh in fall; 2. veal calves; :
2 heifers; 1 Jersey bull, beef. - .:
Machinery, Hay, Grain, Furniture, Tools, Etc.
1 Peering ; binder, 7-ft. cut; A Deerlng mower ' 5-ft.s cut;
slxteen-disc Kentucky drill; : 1' fourteen-disc Hoosier drill;
ten-ft. John Deere. tandem disc,-new; 1 Acme harrow, ;new;'j
lever- harrow; 1 three-section Syracuse spike tooth harrow ; i
sixteen-lnch P. & O. plow; 1 sixteen-inch John Deere plow;
(2-3) bottom 14inch P. & Q. tractor gang; 1 Superior fan-;
nlng mill, new; 1 No. 6 Culey Bros, feed roller; .1 American
feed grinder; 1 set work harness; 1 sel driving harness j-.l top
buggy; ,1 hack;. 1 two-shovel cultivator; ten-ft. hay. rack; :
1 farm wagon; 1 iron wheel wagon; 2 hay racks; 2 100-gallon
storage. tanks; 1 De Laval cream separator; ir Sharpless cream
separator; 1 Truckford. attachment for Ford; boy's1 Harley-1
Davidson bicycle, like new; 5-gallon cf earn can;: 60 bushels,
oats, wheat and vetch; 20 tons loose oat and vetch hay; 1 flat"
top oak desk; 1 washing machine; 1 heater; 2 4oaby carriages;
Household furniture, forks, shovels, tools , and many other,
articles. "'..',
Big.Frce Lunch at Noon-FolIow the'AiTow. t ;
TERMS All sums of $20 and under cash. Over that amount
time will be given to October 1, 1924, to parties furnishing,
approved bankable notes bearing interest Tit 8 pervcent per
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BRITT ASPINWALL, - t r F. N. WOODRX J -l
j ' Owner. Phorjj- 6F4. ; Salem, Auctioneer. J
SUNBURYJ v
eclipse, win arrive at Silverton
around September 23 for a f Tlsit
with his brother, Oscar Lee. Dr.
Lee Is on his return trip from Cal
ifornia to the Y Yorkes olwerva
tory at Williams liay. Wis., where
he Is stationed. The Silverton
cshool board Is making arrange
ments to have Mr. Lee'glve a lec
ture during his visit at Silverton.
The subject for Ma. lecture will be
"Things Above the Karfh."
Senator Wadsworth Is
Opposed to Prohibition
SARATOGA SPRINGS, N. Y.,
Sept. ' 15. Prior to the enactment
of theeighteenth amendment: It
was never suspected that the con-
slon limiting or prohibiting acti-
6titution vwould contain a proyi
vities of the individual, United
States " Senator Wadsworthr de
clared today before "the state Con
vention. of the American Legion,
$400
Ludwig piano like ew,
J ' for quick ale
this week $198.
This is a piano
that most! deal
would get . one
hundred dollars
more if or. 1We
axe offering' this
as a special .bar-
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gain, $10. down, $1.50 per week.
Investigate this. - '
TALLMAN PIAJfO RTOUKl
S05 S. Twelfth St,
One Block North of Southern Pa--:
clfic Passenger Depot, i "
sale!
'FRISCO ALL
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"Buck" Mitchell, Salinas broncho buster, taking a bad spill off Lucky Boy. Buck will try .,
again to ride Lucky Boy at the San Francisco rod so, September 10, to be held in connection with the
pony express race from "St. Joseph. Mo., to; San Francisco. Insert shows Wliyam Campbell, who7 as ;St
a pony express , rider in "1SC0. carried, Lincoln's in augural message over his piart of 'the trail In record j
time. Campbell, at 82, drlve3 a ; horsq and busgy daily over his ranch, near ' Stockton, CaL 'Ti :- ,$;
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Are iri fictw. Complete. ; AH the new styles for both ,
men and women7
New SueirJe Oxfords also Black and Brown fed arid
. a very new line of pumps in patent kid for the ladies.
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For men see the new Tan Calf Shoe and Oxford;
the last word in style. You have to try them on to real
ize the wonderful fit. Dozens of other styles now ready
to fit you in every width and size.
Low Shoes S12.50
'. High $15.00
See the new styles in ladies9 pumps .and oxfords
just arrived.-: All the new shades and trims in Bamboo,
. Otter, J. Ooze, Gray and Log Cabin Brown. These are
.! the new colors and we have hundreds of pairs to offer at
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popular prices ranging from
' $6.00 to: '$12.00 -
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We do not of fer a shoe that we dp not fully guaran
tee and absolutely stand behind the guarantee.
Wednesday Rubber
M Heels Put on for Half
RUBBER HEEL DAY
EVERY WEDNESDAY
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We put the best live
rubber heels of any make
on your shoes for HALF
PRICE EVERY WED
NESDAY. Heels that,
other stores charge J50c
to 60c; we put' them on .
for ' r"
25c
"READY FO! J RODEO CELEBRATIO
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SHOE
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Heel Day
Wednesday
DR. WILLIAMS
Corns removed, callouses
removed, ingrown nails re
moved and treated; sweating
and bad odors from the feet
cured. : , s. ;-f ...j
Pains Iri the feet and
broken arches . adjusted.
Weak foot,' flat, foot strain '
- I fit your feet to the prop
er kind, of, sup port. . Do not ;
suffer, I, will give the best
that science can afford.
Prices reasonable.
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