The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, February 16, 1926, Page 2, Image 2

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TUESDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 16, 192G
r THE OHEGON STATEJOAN, 3ALEU, OREGON
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Little; .California Girl to Meet
-French Marvel on Courts
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C&ST Mace, Feb. -Bjr
Associated Jree'.) A pale,
watcVy rtrt this morrting led tn
nlsfans-,to" fear that rain might
' cause a postponement of the Leng-
' Jen. Win tnatch. ,
f CAN&E3.. rrace: Feb. 15.
.(Bj AtaclatetTressx.) The m
bltlon of Miss Helen, Will life
to matlsfV which rshealone with
her mother, crowed the American
continent and' the ocean, is on the
' ere of fulfillment, i
' Tomorrow In the finals of the
women's, singles of the Carlton
tennis tournament, the California
&irl will .meet Suzanne Lenglen,
the? French wonder and undef eat-
red champion for the . past fire
years;. ? -i
Both Mile. - Lenglen and Miss
Willi safely passed the semi-finals
, todayt -the, former defeating Hen
rieite vContoslaros, 0, -2. and
the - latter winning from Didi
Vl4ttdHhl, 6-4. i I
To those who did not see. the
matches ;rthe French cham-j
pioh's figures seem more lmpres-1
sife'thah those of Miss Wills, but
- In' the Opinion! of etperts the AmJ
erican.'; girl's performance was
more .inspiring, than, that of the
French womaa. ' " I
"Mile: Vlsuto, Miss Wills' oppon-f
ent, stands second to Mile. Lengt
" len in the tennis lists of Europe;
'She- was. finalist in the Olympic
' championships. . Mile. Contoslaros
ranks fifth in. France and nerer
before won a single game from
Suzanne: She today also succeeded
by; winning two games, in i break
ing Mile. Lenglen' famous lore
series 'In the present matches.
But it was the demeanor of the
two champions on the 1 courts,
rather than , the points, that im
pressed spectators. Mile.' Lenglen
was pale and drawn;, her usual
xsmlle and debonair manner were
absent. She played, as if in fear
of losing,' and her agitation, when
her opponent electrified the spec
tators by winning two games, was
'curious to hehold. Some of those
.who , had " watched the ; French
champion for years looked at one
another and asked: . ' ," ' l
rHas the break come?" f !
Miss Wills, with courage and
cool' play eren when,v with the
4cor 4-1 against her In the second
set, things looked gloomy, wasia
distinct contrast. Mile. Lenglen
walked off the courts railing t
'tho linesmen; whose decisions she
disputed rsereral times during the
f match, aad om platalng ot-aa pain
ttt-'.heriildi.' .J-- i -: t . f
'Mis Wills -chatted gayly with
fronds, and said:
."It was a wonderful match and
I enjoyed, It greatly. Mile. Vlasto
Is a jsTeat player J -.' I- i
MlTO CONTEST OFFERS'
! CHANCE TO NEWCOMERS
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' the; contest and ; hare hot : eren
made a' showing in 'the race lire
busy with pencil and paper these
. days figuring what it would take
In - subscriptions to acquire the
leadership for one of the raluable
prlte cars which will soon be
awarded . to - them. . -
Pandidates furtherest down the
line '.today - or, for that matter,
entirely themselres important fac
tors and probable winners of the
.grand, awards. t ,
v Votes'are the -only things' ne
cessary to win, and they canj.be
'i ;v '"XCfTlCE TO CREDITORS :
.Notleels hereby given that the
. oridehJlghed. by . an order .of the
; Connly Court of Marion Cou'nty,
' State" of Oregon, duly "made land
entered' on the 1st da of Febru
ary; lllff. was duly appointed ad
'mlnistrator of the' estate of Mat
tie' K. Woodward. 5 deceased, j and
that he'has duly qualified as such.
All persons' having claims against
said estate are hereby 'notified to
present the same, duly. verified as
repaired by law, to the . under
signed at the law office of William
II; ' Tflndle, 402 Salem Bank of
-Commerce .Building, Salemi Ore
gon, within six months from the
date of this notice.";- . j : ?
Dated and -first published this
2nd day of February, 1926.
. LLOYD E. CHESNUT.
i ",Admlhlstrator of the estate of
Wattle KWoodward, deceased,
t jWUUam H. Trindle, Attorney
fof. Administrator. 2-9-16-23-M2-
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gotten by the thousands, yes, by '
the tens of thousands. On erery
subscription - turned in' a certain
number of votes are allowed, de
pending upon the size, or, rather
length of the subscription.: And in
addition to these regular subscrip
tions j 100,000 special ' Totes ; are
allowed on erery 15 worth of
subscription turned in any time
Slncef the beginning - of the ; con
test. ; This offer Instantly ends
Febrnary 2? and will not be re
newed. - V y I - J - ; - '
j Therefore by the use of a little
mathematics it ban - easily ,be fig
ured that a mere handful of sub
scripltions at ihltrXUbef the result
of a little effort;-ahiong your
friends, relatives I and. acquaint
ances , would at xonco , pla.ee you
among the leaders of the race and
in Ine for a. prise 1 that - can be
cashed in for about $1115.
Worth trylagl for, to say the
least -don't - yott think? l. Don't
wait? start now.
Rimember, to candidates we
are going to give awsy a beautiful
diamond i ring ; which " was .". pur
chased at Burnett Bros, on State
street ' and on i display In their
window, value $100, to the candi
date who secures the most money
on subscriptions between Febru
ary 8 and February 27, v This
diamond will be given away Sat
urday night at 9 . m., February
27 th. It Is an extra special prize
and , here is a chance to win two
in the whole contest.
The Honor Roll today places
Mrsi Leo Oronke again ti?st for
the diamond ring. Mrs. Groake Is
one jot the persistent workers In
this! contest ond who deserves a
great ; deal of credit. ;
Mrs." Frances Kleen holds sec
ond,' place, one of the new starters.
She has taken! the advice, of the
Contest Editor and Is out to win
even though she has just started,
Mrs. Winnie Braden holds
third - place.' Mrs. Braden pust
started in her campaign a few
days ago. She asks the support of
her friends. We wish her the best
of success. i ' .
' The leader in the whole contett
goes to another new candidate, a
Miss Leota Brantner of Wood
burn. Miss Brantner in the begin-;
nlAg gave up entirely but has now
started In earnest. She has found
haw easy it is to climb to the top
of' the list with very little effort,
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HICK TO FACE j
TONIGHT
Bc-Canadian Star to Take
On Russian Lion in Sec- i.
ohdtHeilig Match
t Billy Thornton, a newcomer , In
nstienat ' light , heavy i grappling,
will take a try at Al Karasick,
bieadliner - -of 4 the- Portland arean,
tV ight on the Heilig mat.
1 Thornton. while comparatively
now In the northwest, Is a man of
"CUT-trience and prestige, who has
everything to gain when he reach
os out for the . much fabled Rus
sian Hon who appeared here re-t-ntly:
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The Canadian grappler has met
Several men; of outstanding abil
ity in Oregon,, and sees. as a cli
max of a victory over Al tonight,
chance- to j enter the big tent In
PoiUand at a later date. He beat
Frank PUlIngs, Pendleton; Davis,
Portland, and Hall. Longvlew.
Their meeting here will be mark
ed by hard i work on the part of
both men, with a good show for
the audience. ; , . i . ,
OREGON IAX WIXS
! KANSAS GITY, Mo.. Feb. 15
By Asociated Press.) Frank M.
Troeh of Portland, Oregon, today
won the interstate individual flyeY
cup, sfter a shoot-off with Frank
Etchen. Independence, Kans., fin
the final event' of the interstate
trapshootlng l tournament here.
Troeh and Etchen tied 25 flyers
each.! In the shoot-off Etchen
missed the fifth which Troeh got.'
Buy a Want Adlt Pays Big
Now is the 'time to
plantings We offer
line of ! irood varieties
TUDRrJTOrJ
FRUIT
Pears, Apricots, Peaches, Plums, Prunes,'
Quinces, Almonds, Walnuts, 'Filberts,
Small Fruits, etc I J , ;
ORNAMENTAL TREES, SHRUBS, ETC,
E Very home is made ! more' valuable and -more :i
. . attractive by a suitatie plantino; of Ornamental
- .Trees and Shrubs. Wfty delay? The sooner you ,
r get the plants set? out ; the better development :
they will 'make this summer, and the .more
easure you will derive
Cut Out
On an order of 10.00 or! more placed for.thb spring's
planting, this Ad accompany ins your order rive you a
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! SILVERTON, Feb. 14. The
Silverton Gun club is showing a
lot of enthusiasm over the Ore
gonian .Telegraphic Shoot. Th
members are turning out in good
numbers and interest is growing
keener as the competition pro
gresses.! i! -This morning's shoot was .very
closely contested, the honors go
ing to BlirCboley who made 50
straight kills. Archie Parrott and
B. L. Deaton of Portland were vis
itors, -Parrott scoring 49 and Dea
ton (46 out of a possible 50. Doc
Simmons turned In a score of 47.
In the telegraphic shoot the f ol
lowing entries were made: Bill
Cooley 25, Doc Simmons 24, Wal
lace Harmon 24. Bud Riches also
scored 24. 4
CALGARY DEFEATED
I SASKATOON, Sask., Feb. 15.
By Associated Press.) Calgary
fell an easy victim in tonight's
western hockey league gamo here
the Saskatoon Crescents adminis
tering an 8 to 2 defnat
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! LATE FIGHT NEWS T
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Astoria, ore., Feb. is (AP)
Jlmmyj Sacco, Boston, welterweight
took ai deciaiom from George In
gersoll of-Astoria in the 8 th round
main event"tothe boxing commis
sion card here-tonight.? The fight
was onnii tn fhm pvnth round.
Sacco lead in thlsjroud by a fair
margin and in he 8th dropped In
rrsoll for the .count of nine. The
Astoria battler weathered the
. . . . mms u T I M Am
rouna wua aiiucuiiy. j uuuii au-
dersoh, of, .Astoria, won by a
technical, knockout from - Dan
Healey of Portland in the final
round of their scheduled six round
bout, i when Referee Backlund
stopped the battle. Healey was
helpless.
j HOQUIAM, Wash.. Feb. 15.-
Ernie Owens, California light
heavyweight, easily defeated Ma
rine Ranlerl of Tacoma. In the six
round main event at Aberdeen to
night. Owens won every round,
scoring one knockdown.
. Carl Herman of Portland and
Bobby Bridges of Aberdeen, Wel
terweights, fought an unpopular
draw, the crowd figuring Herman
had the edge. Billy Welsh, As
toria; welterweight, knocked out
Lee Anderson of Olympla In the
first i round, in.,, tha . preliminary
bout'i. '7-;?;;;;f '
a NEW YORK, Feb. 19. (AP)
-i-Chick Suggs of ' New Bedford,
MaKa.. won the iudecs decision
kverJJackJeA Nickels of JSi. Paul
m iuir , .pu iuuu.Lt uwiuiiuiiisui
fight tonight. Black Bill. Cuban
flyweight ; champion, defeated
Benny-Tell of New York. Andy
Martin of, Boston defeated Benny
Hall, St.' Louis bantamweight in
other 10-rounders.
CLEVELAND. Ohio, Feb. 15.
(TAP.) Eddie Shea, Chicago, won
the referee's decision over Carl
remain, Cleveland featherweight,
after a onesldd 12 round bout to
night.' i TORONTO, Feb. 15. (AP.)
California Joe Lynch, San Fran
cisco bantamweight, was disquali
fied for fouling Jackie Johnson of
Married Woman Eats
Only Bread and Milk
"l eould eat only bread and
milk,' everything else soured and
formed gas. Since taking Adler
Ika I can eat anything without
causing gas." (signed) Mrs. J. Bf
Manning. ' ONE spoonful Adlerlka
removes GAS and often brings as
tonishing : relief to the . stomach.
Stops that : fall, . bloated ' feeling.
Excellent Jor obstinate constipa
tion often removing surprising
amounts of old waste-matter you
never thought was In yeur system.
JCJ; Perry, Druggist, 115 S. Com
mercial St. Adv. .
TREES
order for this spring's
you a most complete
in Apples, Cherries,
from them.
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Toronto In the fourth round of a
ten round match tonight. After
examination by a physician the
Toronto fighter was awarded, the
verdict..',.,.. . jAifk.Mif-i
KAJi PARK SITE WILL ...
BE BOUGHT AT ONCE
i (Coatlnne4 from ptft t.f - :
tltion was referred to committee
on ways and means.
: Bids rocently. received for fir
ctQuipment ' were rejected as it
as held . the ' open market has
lower prices. 'j . ;
NATION HONORS , :
; ;V; k HEROES OF SEA
' - "tOontlied from pfe 1.) '
looked' out over the harbor, at
tempted to joke, and subsided
into silence. Each wore a gold
medal appended to a bright red
ribbon, an official decoration of
the British government.
Down in Captain Fried 's cabin,
nestled among other gifts, reposed
two more medals; Their owners.
Uno Wirtman, master at arms,
and Boatswain's mate Ernest
Heitman will never wear them.
WIrtanen and Heitman made the
supreme sacrifice, often demand
id of those who sail the seas.
"Best men on the ship," said
Chief OfHcer Miller, his voice
husky. f
One "double hero" was among
the group. He was Fourth Of
ficer Frank Monjroe Upton, holder
of the congressional medal of hon
or which he won oaring the world
ar.
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make this test as thousands of men and women have done.'
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markable power to restore any gray hair to its natural shade.
Kolor-Bak does not change the hair coloring instantly, as do
ordinary dyes. It works more gradually, yet a week often
suffices to accomplish desired results. Arid while restoring
the color, it also act3 as a tonic, routing dandruff and giving
the hair a lustrous, aoft texture.
Ask for Kolor-Bak today. No sample necessary. The same
" bottle is for any gray hair. If desired results do not appear.
, will return your money. Guarantee in each package.
Danishes Cray tSair
SPECIAL SALE
For S Days, Only
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405 STATE
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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
prices are right.
Coal $10
LARM
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South Liberty Phche 920
THE CHERRY GITY
MILL IN FINE SHAPE
Turning Out More Flour and
Feed, Than Before the
"; - Fire; New Machinery
The Cherry City Milling com
pany,' at its present quarters, 481
Trade street, is" now turning out
more flour and feed than it was
before the fire that; destroyed its
' j It is producing1 50 barrels or
flour a day now, and It lias a Jiew
feed planU.with a capacity of 50
tons a day. This plant Is modern.
riirht down to date.! This Is true
of all the present equipment.
Automatic scales have been in
fnlled,' for both receiving and
sacking. The new I mill has 20,
000 feet of floor space; more than
the old mill had. The only short
age 13 on bin room; but this is
provided for at the Derry ware
house.
The officers of the company are
P. W. Geiser, president;, Ross C.
Bidwell, vice president: Alfred
Montgomery, secretary treasurer
CITY DUMP PROTESTED
RESIDENT CALI SPOT NUIS
ANCE TO COMMUNITY
- That the city dump is extremely
offensive to residents of the En
glewood district was the asser
tlon made before the city coun-
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dent, -m : i '
Englewood district, she brought
out. Is a rapidly growing resident
community, with many children.
The dump is so close, that! not
only Is it unsightly, but the odors
are disagreeable.
Mayor Giesy explained that a
special committee is working out
scheme to remove me city
dump to some place farther away.
and at least outside the city limits.
Alderman Dancy added that the
dump will have to be moved be
fore the year is out. He stated
that Street Commissioner Low Is
to use pyanide gas starting today
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Stability of earnings , j
Small profits per pound on large Tolume
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Swift & Comnanv thrift has benefited others beside Swift share
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