The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, November 06, 1925, Page 2, Image 2

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    -THE OREGON RTAmt ANr FTAXEM;-DHEGON
FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER V 1925
i
JElllUTTiCKISi
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EXPECTED TODAY
r-Bearcats Meet Linfield Col-
legeon Sweetland Field
?rr 'J ' This Afternoon .-!
Strengthening of the Willamette
""back field la sought by - Coach
.Tlathbuh In today's game with Lln
4 fiefd to b played on Sweetland
i field at 3:30 o'clock. To bring
) ihln abaat. Riedall has been shift
e-d to flttarter,,and'Wlnslow, -who
i wak In that, posit km. will be shift
t td to end. Rjedell Is an excellent
f panaer and, an aerial offenaiye by
t Willamette Is looked for.. !
, '; ;- The 'lirn will be strong -with
jlouaton-At center; Rhodes ; and
Mudra.at tackles;. Stolxhelse and
. Mort guards Herman and Wlns
; low will be placed at ends," with
JIdmfotd likely to Urt instead of
ope of them. All week the Bear
t caJS fcaTBtbeen, working on ! for
ward ' passing, "both on" the offen-
slye and on the defensive, and it
iff expected the team will be much
more .formidable in that capacity
' than they- hare been heretofore
la th season.
' T The backtleid - combination to
tart With will probably be "Riedell
St Quarter, McMallon and Schwein
rug at halves, and C. Zeller at full.
Collingsworth was slated to start,
but due to an infection acquired
'Thursday, he may not be able to
start In; the game. Coach JEtatb
? tda'Wil! hare a goodly array of
sabatltntea to use in the game In
caa of emergency. . ' :
TOIIffl IS SUITED
BASEBALL
i Pione'eh.Ciubs of City to
-This Saturday
'The various Pioneer clubs of Sa.
5 lem, boys' organizations conducted
r by the local, Y MCA, are organizing I
$n indoor baseball tournament. I
4 Each club Is organizing a team I
porta, will be played at the YMCA
- I
'. Mt . . . . - . . l I
ine iirsi games win oe piayea i
' Saturday: On that date the Lin-1
coin club will meet the Whitman I
elttbf tie Daniel Boone club will J
1 meet: 4hfr Jason Lee club and the I
IWetSe! )tb,wfr meet; the South
iFrendf tluhj; Tne games jm oe i
;si nuoeer miciu iuu-iOI
', $vjrfft$f Tifld the same evening, I
i tneieanrrf of wnic win oe a sup-
.7er. 10? line ooys in me i.ua
Will nnit tO lOrra tne Cenirai no-
-peer JaB.;- Features of the eve-
Trinr will .be ' talk by Dr. Frank
i nrpWB.ind' a demonstration N of
.,V."Vj's ' ' "".7""
I rittbl" ' ' " " '
4 f 'Another, series df games will be
played bn3Nof ember 21, when the
soutn J-nenas piay m sneuous,
l.tncom; piays , jason uu
Whitman clan Wetzet The last
of the games will be ptayeo on
iNOTemoer z .u.
will meet South Friends. Lincoln
the Daaiel Boonei. and Jason Lee
win me Shelton. i ne xeam ai -
taming ;jne 's
will be -acclaimed Winners of the
lOUmameni.
iSALtlil rUATb HILLbbUKU
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;,TEAM WILIf BE ACCOM PAXIF.D
BY, MANY ROOTERS
The Salem high school football
team wtir journey to Miiisnoro io-
day tomeei.tM nign Fcuuut im
rof thai'clty. The local boys are
in good -shape for the fray, at
thou eh- they will not. have with
them B. Drag'er at quarter, who is
out with the smallpox. J. Drager,
' who d the punting" for the
'team, has been ick and i it : is
doubtful'lf he will be able to atart.
With- the return of Lang, full
; hack, chances for Tictory for the
local bora la today's contest hayel
vbeen Improved. The men are all
..pomteo.for tarn game. .m Su
school tadat ha. met three . high
.scBooia-vyew Mnn un.ou.
and Albany, and has been victori-
"ous In ally'V'-C-V y;i " .'-: .-;-v
K laTf eirroup ot rooters are ex-
! pected t9 lecompany the team on
the trlpgolag by jptivate cars
; GOLF: COURSE AGITATED
18.HOLE UXKSIS PROPOSED
: I?f POLK COUXTk -
. . .-. . . v
worg ot Wing. --
h0l? Jf W",011 the Salem-
Pallas highway six miles west of
VRalem near Brunk'. corner will be.
zln in two weeks if the necessary
golf enthusiasU are lined up. The
propuBnivn i
- 11 aJa T
ff bmi -ine ArDrooK gou
.course, or nay vity anau v.
: yraig. oKocaaway. woo is nanai-
n 'mempemaip. pro-
;p9sed Eia;nj 150 mcraben in
pallaa. Monmouth, Independence
,y toa iir?t year ana month
- 11. .
ucicaiicr -yo. men iuo expeasea
ofh club..sMr. Smith was in the
,t .7ieray4 piscussmg ms pian
.vita local nen.
.Army. Faces
P in
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n
NDTSOfDHlTE
State Game Warden Files
, Report for October; May
Open Bull Elk beason
Hunters of Chinese pheasants
throughout the state were not so
successful this year as last, accor-
ding to "the monthlv report of E
' J . ' " '
filed with Governor Pierce Thurs-
r Til ? a ditlAn .ondAiollv
iuuuihuu ta cni-iauj
true in the Willamette valley
- counties while newsnaner reDorts
indicate that there ' have been
large numbers of birds killed in
Coos, Klamath, Jackson and Jose-
phihe, conjities, with - Malheur
uiras. vnne ine snooting in
UmatVita puritj " is much better
thatf Id the Willamette valley, it
ig not,. hp to any 6fhe past three
I -Pbrirto Pnnr'flrninfl' fho nnm
er killed during the open
.eason' are somewhat conflictinir.
but taken ott Hh while. It is be-
J ueveoi Tnore . peer were bagpen
I durinr'-thft na'st season ilmt lur-
ng any oUier open Eeason 3
many, Hearst in tspite of the short-
season. the report reads
A tentaOvg investigation as to
nA
and elfc ,Q territory Included
, the proposed . Big Creek game
Jni iImatilii and nrant
aunties indicates that the deer
1 inm-atna, anA taf tll nnm
ber ?is now: probably almost as
I CAa be accommodated on
Uho Ir. raniro-nr thmit inlm-lg
bly be." madelh February when the
i - 1
winter .range ,w occupieu.
"The number of elk in that sec
tion of the Blue mountains adja
cent to the corners of Umatilla,
Grantt union and Baker counties.
,s probably large enough oJusti-
fy a limited open seasorf on adult
bull elk." If some" plan -' can-he
worked: out' whereby.O- a .. limited
number of -adult bull elk can) be
killed, it. would not interfere with
the present rapid increase of these
animals. We believe such a plan-
is possible.'
During the. latter part of Octo
ber. 10.000 perch were planted In
water not suitable for trout nearn
i..Mi. .Mrt.a;!ftf nntr:n
and . yale are anxIou8 to 8ecure
. of theW perch for planting
L tBe 3rogak Warm SprIng3
reservations, All of the trout to
be liberated at this time from the
Delph creek hatchery have been
distributed. ; , ;
''Particular attention, has been
given to stocking the streams ad
JacenU to Multnomah and Clacfca
mas counties as these two couh
ties furnish such a large propor
of the money delved fiom
the sale of ancline licenses.". the
report continues. "A total . of
895,200 tingerling trout have
been liberated in the Sandy river
and fts tributaries; 48.500 in the
Mo,alla Us 'tf Ibitaries and
aiA rA v. M-.u ...
(rbat.r,... At . mti..
i -w. o
I the state game warden will? Tee
l0mmend-that the smaller ;tribu
tarle. of all these ktrem .n
i ed to-angling. ; t
The- demand . for edncatlnna
fUms ls . becoming greater aid
I they wen ahowa to ri
Oregon the films were shown in
I . 1
i TaCOma:.Sookane. Yakima and
Ellensbnre. t Wah r.i.
i d Alene,' Idaho. i
rOnlj-the; force of regular war
Yale With These Views in Mind.
V
T1-
1 dens Is no in the f iekl' as thelQgyrj
5.pe"iais were wunarawn wun ine
closing of the season on deer and
, upland birds.
I Normal operations have been
conducted at the three state game
tarms during the month and a
few Chinese pheasants were lib
erated -itr closed areas and the re.
mainder of the birds being held
for distribution will be liberated
during the first two weeks of this
month.
BEAUTY GOING, IS SAID
IXTELLIGEXCK IX WOMEX TO
GO XEXJ, SAVAXT SAYS
. MILWAUKEE, Wis.. Nov. 5.
(By Associated Press.) American
women are losing their beauty, in
telligence will be next to go.
Beauty and intelligence go to
gether. These were assertions
made by Albert Edward Wiggam,
biologist and author. New York,
before the seventy-second annual
convention of the annual session
of the teachers convention here to
day. The expression "beautiful
but dumb" as applied to women is
nonsense, Mr. Wiggam said.
A thousand beautiful women
have more intelligence than a
housand" homely women, Mr.
Wiggam declared, adding that
there are exceptions "both ways."
AGED JV STICK DIES
MARION'. 111., Nov. 5. (AP.)
John Farris, 7 5, justice of the
peace and philanthropist died to
day of bloo.i poison. Once consid
ered a wealthy man. he sold his
property a little at tbe time after
the death of his wife-and spent the
proceeds educating 15 boys and
girls not related to. him. He was
he oldest Mason in Williamson
county.
DRINKS POISOX ; DIES
SEATTLE, Nov. 5. Drinking a
bottle of poison which she mis
took' for olive oil. Miss Mvrtle
Eastman 24, daughter of Lyman
Eastman, Vashon Island farmer.
died at her home, there today.
Wood
and
Coal
; While we are getting a large shipment of
several cars of coal, we suggest that you
; take the same advantage and lay in your
winter supply while coal is fresh and
prices are right. I;
TRANSFER
143 South LibertyPhone 930
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RULES FLAYED
D.WVKS AGAIN" VEXTS WRATH
OX SYSTEM IX SENATE
IXDIANAPOL1S, Nov. 5. (By
Associated Press). With checks
and balances on legislation exist
ing throughout the machinery o
American government, the right
of unlimited debate in the United
States senate is a useless and un
fair barrier to proper majority
riile, Vice President Charles G.
Dawes declared in an address here
tonight.
I "Tae house and the senate has
to pass a bill, the president has to
s!gn it, and if he vetoes it the
house and senate have to pass it
again by two thirds majority to
make it a law," the vice president
said. "After that is all over the
supreme court of the United
States has a right to pass on it in
Relation to t h e constitutional
rights of citizens. ;
"Minority rights deserve protec
tion L'-t a majority has some
rights and a senator ought not to
have the power to. withhold the
tights of the people and the right
of all the states."
j Dawes condemned those who
heralded him as a possible candi
date for office, calling his "only
Interest the adoption -of a cloture
iule in the senate. t '
I "I was ah accident," the -vice
president said. "I'm not a candi
date for any office. The" senate
doesn't dare bury this issue. I've
got three and a half more years
in office that's one reason.
I "The senate will change fts
rules or the people will change the
membership of the senate."
JAPAX COMUATS ILLITERACY
TOKYO. During the conscript
examination the authorities dis
covered that more than 20 per
cent of the young men examined
for the army were unable to write
jtheir own names. Consequently,
the department of education has
derided to. establish a system of
circulating classes for the illiter
ate youth of the empire. i
AND STORAGE
North Howell
Mrs. George Dunn was unde?
'the doctor's care last week but is
now slight! improved : .
Mr. and Mrs. W. Summerville
of Vancouver, Wash., were Sun
day visitors at Geo. Vintons. j
Mrs. It. O. Dunn visited with
Mrs. C- Waltman one day lust
week:',. ...
C. S. and V. I- Morgan were
buslne$a visitors at Silverton antt
Salem on "Saturday.
H. Baughman fell from a
load of hay on Saturday and i in
the "Silverton hospital suiiei lng
from bruises on his head and
hands.! ... .
W. Jl. Stevens has rented his
farm to L. Rutherford of Minn.
.".The North Howell Community
club wish to announce a business
I meeting at the Grange hall nest
i Friday evening.
A gentle lain began falling
Sunday evening, this is the rain
the farmers have been wishing for.
A crew of men are at work
leveling the levees along the chan
nel on Lake Labish.
Pringle
The Grabenhorst infant is very
slowly gaining strength.
Miss Helen Cam mack gave
Hallowe'en party to the Pringle
young people at the school house
Friday night.. Twenty-five boy3
and girls were present, and they
had eats and games.
Miss Grace Pearsall has been
sick for a few days and had to
miss her school work at senior
high.
William Propst is beginning to
take a course of music lessons at
Salem.
Earl Meeks is home again for a
few days.
The evergreen ivy is in full
bloom and the bees have gathered
to sip the honey from the fragrant
blossoms.
The forest trees are very beau-
tiful just now, decked in their
foliage of green, red, yellow and
purple.
Cloverdale
Mr and Mrs. L. E. Hennies
were shopping in Salem Saturday.
Ivan Hadley entertained friends
from Salem Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Day went to
m
Portland Monday to complete the
iranaaftioa. for . property there.
They, expect to leave here soon.
Mts. Nettie Mason entertained
friends from Portland Sunday. ,
M. C. Townseni has his brother
visit in :r at his home this week.
Miss Mar? Hennies, who is
staying near Portland at present.
spent the week end here.
The WCTU changed their meet
ing to Thursday instead of Wed
nesday for the convenience of
their hostess Mrs. Jennie Day.
M. C. Townsend is taking care
of the K. Day place while the
family is in Portland.
. Mrs. William Faar has had a
friend from the east visiting her
the past week.
G. Spicer and family of North
Santiam. and Mr. and Mrs. W.
Butzky of Turner, spent Sunday
at the home of J. M. Hamilton.
George Mason had the misfor
tune to get one of his horses hurt
Saturday wh41e in Salem.
Mt. Pleasant-Cole
Ralph Bates attended the dance
at Crabtree Saturday night.
The dance given at Charley
Peters Saturday night was well at
tended and every one seemed to
have a very good time.
Max and Lee Shelton of Le
banon spent the latter part of last
week with their Grandma Ray.
The program given at the Mt.
Pleasant school house Friday
Mrs. Harry Freeman and son of
Crabtree spent Sunday with her
daughter, Mrs. Andy Shindler.
There 'was a Hallowe'en party
held at the Carl Titus home Sat
urday evening.
Robert Darby was a Stayton vis
itor Monday afternoon.
Those who spent Sunday with
B. F. Darby and family were,
Max " and Lee .Shelton, Joe and
Frank Hora, Ed Ambrosek, Jay
Shanks. Mrs. C. J. Petus and Two
sons, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ray and
children.
I NEW BOOKS AT
I PUBLIC LIBRARY
"Mrs. Harter," E. K. M. De la
Pasture; "Julie Cane," Harvey
O'Higgins; "The Keeper of the
Bees," O. S. Porter; "America's
Interest In World peace," Irving
Fisher; "The New Testament; An
American Translation," E. J.
U VIS WW XaJU
Coodspeed; i "Dictionary . of the
Chinook Jargon, J ah n Gill;
"Western Bird Guide," C. A. Reed
and others; "Werner's Readings
and Recitations: Old Time Favor
ite"; "France to Scandinavia," F.
G. Carpenter; VThe Alps, the Dan
ube ; akd the Near East," F. G.
Carpenter; .MCairo to Kisumu," F.
G. Carpenter; "From Tangier to
Tripoli." F. G. Carpenter; "Ugan
da to the Cape," F. G. Carpenter;
"Mexico," F. G. .Carpenter; "Aus
tralia; New Zealand and Some Is
lands of ,the -'South Seas,",F. G.
Carpenter. ,
For the children: "The Tean
Scouts." J: A. Altsherler; "The!
Modern Vikings," 1 If. Coyesen; 1
"The Spanish Chest," R. A. Brown;
"Jackanapes and Other Stories."
J. H. Ewing; "The Widow .'O'Cal
lasiian's Boys," W;- 7,. Gladwin;
"Old Time Tales." K. F. Orwell:
"Day by Day With Sa:n and May,"
Serl &. Evans; "Stories." H. C.
Andersen; "Fairy Tales.". H. C.
Andersen; "Tales of the Red Chil
dren." Brown & Boll; "Three
Fairy Tales," Jean Ingelow; "The
Counterpane Fairy," Katharine
Pyle; -"Lolami in Tu.-sayan." C. K.
Bayliss; ."Around the World With
the Children." F. G. Carpenter;
"Alaska, the American North
land," I." A.-Oilman; "Four Great
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t Split-second starting smooth accelera
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Med ford Work begun on new
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explain how you can get the
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