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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 21, 1925
will mix sunday
Visito'rs Annexed First Game
Ashby or I Quisenberry
- Slated to Pitch
Afnlx between the Salem Sena
tors and the Albany club nine will
be the feature card for local base
ball fans here; Snnda7 afternoon,
Forced to take defeat at the hands
of the Albany nine once this sea
Bon jthe locals are .set to make i
strong hid to regain their record.
The Albany club is the one that
Borne' time ago took over the fran
chise of "the Vancouver team when
the Washington j outfit failed to
place In the league, and accord
ing to' reports the Albany players
have' made' a good thing out of
the" chance. Although they lost
their first two games after enter-
1 ing the league, they soon bit their
frWe "M. bjLva done, creditable
wtrk since, in one of their games
taking a final lead over the Sen
(Beemis. once of the Senators, Is
likely tnoundsman for the visiting
club, according t early dope
While Beemis was with the locals
he did not" make a startling record
but since changing over, with th
Albany boys he is reported to have
hit off at a much improved pace
that wiUJrnake fair competition I:
ihfi mix of Friday. ; Ashby- or
Quisenberry is the likely choice of
, Fr(lsco Edwards: for local defense
oume vox. ' '.if: ,
'Manager- Edwards ts now m'ak
ing efforts to, secure games 'with
more Portland teams.! Negotia
.ft - " :'
lions are under way for game
; wjfh the Montavllla and Fort
Return Match Is Slated Au
30 Local Teams Will
HARRY GREB IS BADLY HURT
I WHEN AUTOMOBILE CRASHES
A return match with the Albany
golf team will be played; at the
Efflhee CounpJ club Sunday, Aug
ust 30," anav: s tneiocaifjieam
swamped thi Unn county i delega
tion 39 to 4? last Sunday, It" is ex
pected they jj'i?l mcke tvery'effort
to, retrieve trie I03rf -of the first
match. Orders have been issued
by Captain Xoung for each player
to start in at the first hole, to -win.
This Sunday there "wiil be a local
team matchfmade up. of members.
The teams iWlll be captained; by
Gale Hiidebrand and Tom-Wood.
Both captain have been busy this
week in getting their teami lined
up and .from-reports coming, in.
the Illihee course is apt to resem
ble a battleground after the match
Is completed. - i
' Team buttons are causing con
siderable inierest, and there are a
number of rhallanges being made
among the different players; This
is what Is Bfeded In order to se-
riTTSBURGH, Aug. 20. (By
Associated Press.) Harry Greb,
World's middleweight boxing
champion was seriously Injured in
an automobile accident near here
early tonight. He was rushed to
a hospital where a first examina
tion revealed that j he suffered
two broken ribs, severe bruises
and possibly internal injuries.
Greb and two other men had
set out in the fighter's automo
bile for Erie, Penn.; ; where Greb
wats to meet Jimmy Da r rash in an
American. Iegion boxing match
tomorrow night. Twelve miles
fr(jm here on descending a hill the
fighter's car met two others.
Slamming on the brakes, the
wheels locked and the Greb car
skidded and overturned. Passing
autoists rushed Greb to this city.
His companions were not serious
ly hurt. I I
SHIPS ARE TO BE SOLD
OIUFXTAIi MAIL LINK IS FOR
i- SALt: 11V GOVKRXMEXT
1 WASHINGTON. Aug. 20. (b
Associated Press.) The govern
oient's Oriental Mail line, running
tom Seattle to the Orient is for
cure the mUt. efficiency tn team- 4'e- bu President Palmer of the
wnrV AnVrtno. not fallV tinder- 1 vutnuraiiuu miu iuuiSui wish.
standing- ttfi : can .secure j full de-(
talis- from tk P. Sharkey, prores
alonal.- -h . - H I .
r During UV past : month there
has been a- arge numbpr-ot'playerf
from other courses' trying out the
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By HT TEMPLE
Work: of Furnishing Elks
- Unrrtn 1 lo PrnnrroccinfT
living to i iwiuogniij
; Rapidly at Present
the only communication on the
subject from the Dollar, interests
'.fas received about a omnth ago in
ij leter indicating that they might
sjubmit a proposition betore long.
F A somewhat similar .advance, in-
Portland , nines.
haalbe"en pronouneed as sporty ae
any ' other ovof which they -have
nlajred. , : I h ' '; '
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Falls City Important deposl ;
of lime found near ;here. f
Work of furnishing the ' new
Elks Temple building is progress-
ing rapidly with the Job now fin
ished in the ladies' rooms, on the
first; and second floors and part
of the lounging room.
Rich draperies of Jacquard da
mask have been hung in the read
ing and writing room and in the
lounging room. Black and gold
draperies harmonizing with the
dark mahogany woodwork and
with the tint of the walls has been
hung in the reading and writing
; room, j In the lounging room they
are lighter in color and have burnt
The : ladies room on the first
floor is practically finished. ' A
mirror 20 by 60 inches will be
hung on one of the walls in it and
lighting of the room will include
special wall sets around the mir
ror. There are to be two pocket
billiard tables in the building, each
measuring 4'. y 9 feet, two 5 by
10 feet billiard tables, and two S
by 10 snookers. The billiard room
is to be equipped with ,Venltian
blinds, furnishing indirect light,
and each table is to have suspend
ed over It three of the newest
type porcelain reflectors. The
tables are of the best quality man
ufactured. Eight mahogany card tables are
to be placed in the card room with
a number of serving barareta.
There will be aix telephones in
stalled In the building which will
be on independent lines but con
nected so as to be intercommuni
cating if desired. i
TUG IS RKLKASKD
VICTORIA, B. C, Aug. 20.
The Tug Imbracarla, which went
ashore this morning on Discovery
Island, was pulled off the rocks
late today and towed into Cadboro
Bay by the salvage steamer Sal
FRATERNITY IX KKSSIOX
SEATTLE. Aug. 20. The $lst
annual convention of the Delta
Upsilon fraternity got under way
here today. -Delegates included
Raymond N. Ball, comptroller of
Rochester university; Samuel G
Han. a Harvard university man
rated among the world's greates
mathematicians, and Clarence A
Bunder, a Boston banker.
By Associate Prats
!DAY BY DAY SHE'S GETTING .1
: y HEAVIER AND HEAVIER
lllihpe courjsel and the locl course j lefinite in form, is understood to
aae Deen received rrom a Seattle
jroup, but its - identity has not
leen revea'ed. The I Dollar in
terests recently bought the Cali
fornia' Orient line running out or
fan Francisco Vhich ! was operat
ed at that time for. the board by
!he Pacific Mail steamship com
pany, and it was Intimated that
hey might make ah; offer later for
he line out of Seattle.
The laying up of cargo ships of
the American Oriental line by the
pshipping board mentioned by R.
Stanley Dollar, at Seattle today,
was explained by Mr. Palmer as
having been only: a temporary
measure, caused by lack-of busi
ness. If business, developed to
warrant their nse.l he said, they
vou'd be put back on the route.
.Mr. Palmer eaid be knew nothing
f any protest by . the Dollar in
terests a.gainst the laying off of
ucn vessels. - f
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Salt Lake 11; Portland 6.
Seattle 8-5; Sacramento 5-3. .
Oakland 6; San Francisco 4.
Los Angeles 9; Vernon 3.
Washington jl; Cleveland
St. Louis 7; Philadelphia 6.
Chicago 11; loton 7.
Detroit-New York, postponed.
Pittsburgh 2i Brooklyn 1.
Chicago 5; New York 3.
Cincinnati 8; Philadelphia
Boston 6; St. Louis 3.
A Direct Mill Shipment of 736 Pairs or
Arrowhead Silk and
. - i At Reconditioned
SUNDAY, AUG. 23, 2 P.
j (Rain date August SO)
Professional Riders Only
: EIGHT BIG EVENTS
ADMISSION 75c A. M. A. SANCTION
INDIAN DECLARED WITCH
Ul'IlDKlt TItlAI, FRATl.BF.I BY
' PKLN'CE RUPERT. B. C, ug.
10. (Canadian Press. Y Edie
Loot, a woman -oi an Indian tribe
iving on the Liard river, Canadi
an northwest territories, on the
tand here today in . the trial of
Big Alex for murder, related how
Wastedia Moccasin, or Atol. a
youth bad been killed because he
vas a witch. Edie blamed every
hing on Big Alex, one of the tribe.
?h? tied Moccasin -on the ice in
V manner that she demonstrated
"n the hands and feet of a police
men, sne offered him food, tut
?he swore that he .refused it. She
:aid Bg Alex did; everything, but
that all the olhe Indian in the
samp believed Atpl a witch. She
is co-defendant with Alex.
Dan, Jimmy and Clem Loot,
brothers, were freed of charges as
the trial opened because the crown
had no. direct evidence against
them. : - ' . .. '
Special for Saturday Only
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2 lbs. for 35c
Limit 2 lbs. to a customer
DRUG STORE J
The Penslar Store -
135 North Commercial
Yellow Front Phone 107
Jtemcmber we are open Sunday
On Thread Silk Hbsiery in'10 Shades
For perfect quality Filwr Silk, long boot, in ten
shades. Positively the Ucst Values offered in the
city in hig;h grade Hosiery.
254 North Commercial Street
UA y ill ;iu, iTT-7
W I M I I I I 111 I
Our Service is Right
that's' why our business shows a
steady growth. QUICK, efficient,
Seiberling Tires and Tubes
Oils and i Grease
Corner Commercial and Ferry
Open until 7 evenings
LILIJAX I.KITZEL. FAMOUS. AKRIA LIST f COMIXtJ WITH RING
LIXO RROH. AM) lURXr M & Il.il,EY COMBIXED
You gaze into the dono of the
circus "bi: top!" -Abpve U
young! girl banging by lone hand'
to a single rppe. IJelow1, the voice
of the anno4jncer-and then he
begins! to turn, throwing her body
in a convulsive twist. so"that she
swings completely over the fet
tered wrist.,- K . ; I..
' Once twice then the number
of turns runs to a score. Again
and againto forty, to fTfty, to
seventy-five; tnrns, bnt still she
keeps on. To a hundred. whi?e
the crowd' keeps count, a hundred
and one, two, three, fourfinally
to 103 turns. V; :i
And yet,' In spite of this strenu
ous exercise performed twice daily
and six days out of every week,
, Lily Leitzely. star gymnast of the
" Ringing ; Bros, and Barnum &
Bailey circus is taking on weight.
Which lead to the question: after
all what hope is there for fat
folks? h ,-::-: -V
As a matter of fact Mile. Leitzel
weighs but,J04 pounds at the pres
c?nt time. (Nevertheless. she only
weighed 93 two years ago and
tinned the Scales at exactly 100
rounds last year, . ' . , V - ;V
"It's fate," sighs the aerial won
der '"just fate. Still there is the
consolation that the fat lady's
chair In the side show will offer
nie a harbor' in-- my declining
ycars.' ' 1 -''? - ' ' ' v ; YJ:-
Lily Leitzel is among the par
ticular star3 of the S00 men and
seen, whit a the Greatest Show on
Of Good Cheer!
, v SALEM'S LEADING ; '
Residence and store 1610 N. Summer Street
PhOtlO Sit Established 1916
LOW FARES TO
fa c. .
A, rightln ridin' rarii'
boy from the eoftt of America.
with, the lilt of good old Erin
in his eye and a golden smile
on his Hps! ; - ! , . ';,
! TODYi -1
traint ' j
mt convenient t
Comfortable, economical service daily.
round trip week-end roundtrip eaton
Cicket; start FrUSat. ticket r on 1 erery
or Son.Return limit day Return limit
Tuesday following. 15 day. -
rruportionatalr lav ham W
O. Lw Darling, Agent, Salem, or A. A.
Mickel, D. P. JU, 181 liberty St.
ROSTEIN & GREENBAUM
Hop Picker's Gloves
All leather Gloves 50c pair. Women's and Children's
.sizes 7 to 8V2 Special horsehide gloves 93c pair. -I
r 36 Inch
Colors Good Quality
: Heavy, yd. 23c
! ' Medium, yd. 23c
A Good Grade
Lights or Darks, yd. j
x Nashua Cotton Blankets . j
ALL FIRST QUALITIES j
We dd not carry seconds.. $1.75 a pair; $2.29 a pair,
white or colors. Extra large sizes j
$2.90 a pair
jChildren's Koveralls j
Levy Strauss Brand sizes 2 to 10. Price i
$1.00 to $1.50
Lee's Unionalls. Best made. In KhaTti, Blue Denim
; V 11 and striped - ,
Boss of the Road Overalls for men and hoys
( ; Day's Men's All Wool Pants
$5, $6, $7.50ind $8.50 !
- " Extra well made ' '.
Men's Work Shirts 65c, 95c, $1.25, $1,56
- Boy's Work Shirts 55c, 75c .and 95c ;
. Men's and Boy's Waist Overalls . ,J'
" Best Grades ' V
. 24 0-24 G North Commercial Street
It s Almost a Crime
to sell such high grade merchandise as we" offer this
week for the price we are naming. Jost in and unpacked
but we don't like to look at merchandise very long, so
here goes. This is Triple Coated, all White, Heavy Base
Enamelware. It will be sold in four lots.
T fi "1 Two sizes of drinking mugs
JLiU L Xo 8 oz. cups with saucers
14 oz. cups with saucers
7 inch dinner plate
'8?h inch dinner plate
Anything in this lot for Qg
T A. O 2,3 and 4 quart pudding pans .
JLiUL Vt quart handled sauce pans
; 3 quart mixing bowls
, 11 inch wash basins
Take your, choice of any piece
in this lot for 25c
T iri'f' Q 1214 inch wash basins
XjU t O 4 and 5 quart preserve kettles
3 quart covered kettles
6 quart batter bowls
Any thing in' this lot for 4J)C
T 4- A 10 quart Combincts
JUUt ft. 12 quart water paib "
I 10 and 14 quart dish pans, (roll edge)
I 14 quart deep sink rans
-j 10 quart handled dish pans
Take any of this lot for Qgg
To make this interesting we have 150 pieces of white
granite ware to sell for only ONE CENT, to purchasers
of any of the above pieces. These are small pieces but
are Worth from 15 to 20 cents when sold the regular way
Remember the time This Week Friday and Saturday.
First come will have the pick. This b well worth coming
. V'. ; miles to see
Geo. E. Allen
llaj ware and Machinery
238 Jorth Commercial Street
vomfn ncrformers : who will .be