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The OREGON STATESMAN. Salem, Oregon, Sunday Morning, May 4, 1930
TOSSERS BLANK LI
D 7 TO 0
Wildcat Hurler Otherwise is
Effective Against Willam
Lack of control on the . part of
Hutchins, Linfield pitcher, spoil
ed what would otherwise have
been tight mound battle and
permitted Willamette university's
baseball team to win Its third con
secutive conference game 7 to
'Saturday afternoon on Sweetland
Three of Willamette's runs
were scored without benefit of
free passes; one on Cardinal's
home run in the third inning and
the other two in the ninth on
singles by Scales and Cardinal and
Hank's two bagger.
Wilson, Bearcat pitcher, eclips
ed his performance against the
same team at McMinnville earlier
in the week by holding Linfield
to three hits, only one of which
was a clean blow out of reach of
a fielder ,and striking out 13
batsmen. Linfield'g best threat
was In the first Inning when
Grimm got that one clean single,
and advanced to third on a sacri
fice anda fielder's choice.
Aside from his wildness which
resulted in eight bases on balls
and three hit batsmen, Hutchins
of Linfield did some effective
hurling, striking out 12 batsmen.
He walked men with the bases
loaded twice, forcing in runs.
The fielding on both sides was
good, each team being charged
with one excusable error.
The game was witnessed by a
large May day crowd including
many Willamette alumni and high
school students present for the
May day exercises.
DUCKS WIN DNE
! AB R H PO A E
Grimm, cf . . . 4 0 1 1 0 0
X Kenne, lb . ..3 0 2 8 1 0
Kkman, 2b . .4 0 0 2 1 0
? Todd, rf 3 0 0 0 0 0
..' Hostetler, If . 2 0 0 0 0 0
Hugg. If 1 0 0 0 0 0
Cameron, c . .3 0 0 12 1 1
Bride, bs 3 0 0 1 2 0
Weaver, 3b - .3 0 0 0 1 0
Hutching, p . . 3 o u 0 2 0
5 Totals . . .29 0 3 24 8 1
AB R II
Scaies, rf . . .
Hauk, 3b . . .
Cardinal, c .
Gibson, lb . .
Adams, 2b . .
Wilson, p . ,
Totals . .
Two base hit,. Hauk.
Home run, Cardinal. Sacrifice
hits, Ertckson, Adams 2, Deetz,
Renne. Stolen bases, Scales,
Hauk, Peterson. Passed ball,
Cameron. Wild pitch. Hutchins.
Hit batsmen, Adams, Hauk and
Gibson by Hutchins. Bases on
balls, off Hutchins 8, off Wilson
1. Struck out, by Hutchins 12.
by Wilson 13. Umpire, Edwards.
Score by innings:
Linfield 000 000 000 0
Willamette ....102 000 22x 7
Willamette Valley league waits
another week. Looks like the
clubs in the big college towns are
trying to hold off until the col
legiate season is over so they can
draft some players.
Some funny things turn op
in the box scores. Willamette
yesterday ww chargeI with just
27 times at bat; enough to
make the put outs for nine inn
ings. Of course the Boarrats
were at bat only eight innings,
' but that allow only a margin
of three men at bat who weren't
put out. How come?
If every man who came to the
plate was charged a time at bat,
there would bavefbeen 42. Eight
walked, three hit by pitched balls,
that brings it down to 31; four
sacrificed, that leaves 27. Seven
runs scored, two of them by men
who received free passes; 11 men
left on bases, nine of whom re
ceived free passes; that makes
seven who reached the paths with
a time at bat counted against
them, in other words seven base
hits. Subtract from that the four
putouts on sacrifices, and you get
three, the margin of times at bat
Sometimes we wonder how
many fans inspect the box scores.
A little game such as we played
with figures in the above para
graph is interesting sometimes.
That, of course, was an unusual
game. It isn't often that a team
gees through a nine inning game
with so few limes at bat, but the
Senators went that record one
better last year when they beat
Montavilla 2 to 1. May 30 was the
date. In that game two sacrifice
hits and three putouts of men who
had walked, more than offset the
four hits; and if it hadn't been
for three Montavilla errors, there
would have betn only 23 times at
bat charged, one less than the
number of putouts.
In 1028 we scored another
game in which the Senators had
only 20 men at bat; against
Bend here Anjiust 19. The Sen
ators got heren hits, but that
game was juM full of sacrifices;
six of them, one of which wasn't
a pulnut. Slv from 24 leaves 18,
add seven hits and two errors,
subtract one for a putout at
the plate, and you have 26.
We thought the May day ball
game here was a bit tame, but
what about the one in Monmouth?
The Oregon Normal boys circled
the bases until their tongues hung
out and the president was figur
ing on scheduling a vacation next
week so they could finish It, but
the LaGrande coacb, our o 1 d
friend. Bob Quinn, saved, him the
trouble by calling the boys off in
Yesterday We Saw
About every second person v
met. trying to wipe a cinder oat
of his or her ye.
Hi TIE NEXT
Portland Defeats Hollywood
Stars 3-2; Second Game
Called in 11th
PORTLAND, Ore.. May 3.
(AP) After taking the first
game. 3 to 2 in a ninth inning
finish today the Portland Beaver
Ducks battled Hollywood to the
11th Inning of the second game
with the score tied 7-all. Trail
ing by tour runs the Docks lit on
Yde and Buzz Wetzel for four
runs in the eighth to tie the count.
A rally . was started by Bob
"Johnson who lofted a home ran
into the centerfield bleachers
scoring French ahead of him.
Curt Fallerton started the second
game but was relieved by Chest
erfield who in turn gave way to
Terkea. the latter as relief for a
pinch bitter add Cascarella
stepped into the box in the ninth.
Wetiel after relieving Yde was
chased to the' showers and Lefty
Johns was sent in the pitcher's
box for the Stars In the ninth in
ning. In the tenth , Portland
threatened to break up the game
when Woodail and Chatham. each
Portland ......... 3
Page and Severeid;
W. L. Pet. W. L. Tct.
Oakland 16 9 .640 'Missions 13 11 .542
Sw'to 15 10 .600 Holly. 9 15 .375
!an P. 15 11 .577' Seattle 9 16 .360
Los A. 13 10 .505 1'ortUod 8 16 .333
W. L. Fct. W. L. Pet.
PitUb. 10 5 .667 i Brookl. 7 7 .500
X. T. 8 4 .667! St. L. 6 10 .375
Chicago 10 S .5561 Pailad. 9 .357
Boston 7 6 .538 Cini-in. 5 9 .357
Olympia Team Takes Lead;
Salem Quintets Make
W. U Pet. W. L. Pet.
11 4 .733! St. L. 7 8 .467
10 4 .714 i Boston 5 10 .333
5 .6451 N. T. 4 9 .308
7 5 .5831 Detroit W .2 "8
Seeond game (called eleventh
R H E
Hollywood 7 15 2
Portland 7 18 3
Yde, Betzel, Johns and Bass
ler; Fnllerton, Chesterfield, Yer
kes, Cascarella and Woodail.
Solons Nick Seals
SAN FRANCISCO, May S.
(AP) The Sacramento Senators
turned the tables on San Francisco
today, slamming out 15 safeties
to score a 9 to 7 victory and cut
the local's edge on the series to
The Senators were unable to
score after the fifth but the dam
age had been done l i earlier in
nings with Jacobs and Montgom
ery being knocked out of the box.
French, Ward and Backer were
the heavy hitters for Sacramento.
R H E
Sacramento 9 15 4
San Francisco 7 11 0
P. Flynn, Gould, Freitas and
Koehler; Jacobs, Montgomery,
Miljus and Reed and Penebsky.
BEAT CENTRAL FIVE
Carson Pharmacy won two
games from Central pharmacy in
Statesman league bowling Friday
night; Snnfreze won two from
Day and Niles and Hain'e Body
Shop won two from the league
leading Fulops team. Peterson
had high series of S4S and Riffe
high game, 204.
In the Owl league, Cunocar ser
vice won two - games from the
Chevrolet Shop and Salem, Maid
won two from Miles Linen. P. Gi
rod had high series, 633; and high
BAOTS BODY SHOP
Shields ..J..146 17S 173
.785 857 833 2494
Totals 844 793 818 243;
DAT AND NILES
Poulin 136 169 178
662 774 2094
WHITESON, Jlay 3. Mr. and
Mrs. Pete Burton visited recently
with Mrs. Laura Phillips.
George Tolsen and wife spent
Sunday with his parents.
It. H. C. Bennett and son, Jack,
of Portland, spent the weekend
at the old home. Mr. Bennett is
in the bond department of the
United States National bank.
Melvin Fuller and Ralph Will
lams motored to Toledo and Grace
Williams returned with them on
Edward. Murphy will return to
Wheeler within the next week; Mr.
Murphy had an arm hurt last
week. He is getting along nicely.
Yon Hit 'Em
We Chase 'Em
H Mile East on Silverton Road
Poultry Flocks on
Increase in North
MILL CITY. May 3 Richard
Nystrom one of the largest poul
try raisers of the North Santiam
is preparing to receive 500 more
baby chicks from the Boyington
hatchery at Mehama this week.
There are many people in this
part of the county interested in
the chicken business and the ma
jority of them have from 300 to
While the majority have white
leghorns there are a number who
own large flocks of barred rocks
and Rhode Island Reds. The
chicken business is one of the big
industries of the North Santiam
and one that can be carried on
without difficulty as a side line
by men who are employed in the
SEATTLE. May 3 (AP)
Scoring 2656 pins, the Capitol
Electric company of Olympia cap
tured the lead tonight in the com
mercial division of the Northwest
ern International bowling cong
ress. The Olympia five scored 870
points in its first game. 818 in
the second and 968 in the third.
The Georgia Engineering com
pany of Vancouver, B. C. ran a
close second with 2655 pins. The
Canadians scored 839, 878 and
Weinsteins Army and Navy
store of Salem, Ore., counted 2,-
555; Southern Pacific dub, Port
land 2524, Elks Club No. 336. Sa
lem, 2523; Oregon Electric com
pany 2491; Sun classified, Van
couver 2481; Begg Bros., Motors
Canvouer 2437; Barr Plumbers,
The Portland Recreation . com
pany of Portland was the first
class "A" team to bowl in the
tournament which - will continue
until May 11, and it counted 2,
638 pins tonight.
man "by the Standard Oil company.
Upon Mr. Bilyen's transfer, O. E.
Lee assumed his duties, he and his
family occupying the bungalow va
cated by the Bilyeus.
Miss Ferne Boyles visited her
sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Ronald Burnett, last week
end. Miss Boyles is a Junior at
Oregon State college.
The boys from Woodburn high
who attended Smith-Hughes week-
i end at O. S. C. were Charles Bar-
tos, Chet Berg. Lee Rider, Ed
W'illig, Wayne Brantner. Paul
! Berg. Tilpher Barstad, John Black, t
Charles Berg, Oren Ottoway and i
Bf !H SCflBE
Oregon Normal Nine Whips
Eastern Oregon Rivals
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Telephone reports received from
the local bowlers at Seattle indi
cated that at the time that the
Salem teams finished bowling they
were in first, second and fourth
places. Joe Coe was also leading
for high individual game with 245
and Ray Nebergall for high series
with 566. Both are members of
The Winter Garden and McKay
Chevrolet teams will bowl tonight.
Totals 7H8 620 792 2186
At Los "Angeles. Oakland-Los
Angeles coast game postponed;
At Seattle, Missions-Seattle
game called, rain, third inning.
CHS WIN 3-8 IN
CLOSE BALL WE
CINCINNATI, May 3. (AP)
The Reds and the New York
Giants again traded big innings to
day with the Giants coming out
ahead a to 8. The winning run
came on Lindstroms double In
Cincinnati made five runs
the fourth and New York six
New York 9 14
Cincinnati ...8 12
Genwich, Pruett, Heving and
Hogan; McWeeny, Ash, Rey, Camp
bell and Gooch.
Clir.e Jr 1S7 172 175
Schnvidt 131 146 130
Karxman 168 211 165
Cline Sr. 13 159 12
Ruber 149 113 133
TOST. LOUIS 4-2
WASHINGTON, May 4. (AP)
-St. Louis batted two Washing
ton nitchers for 14 hits, includ
ing a double and a home run to
day, and won 4 to 2.
R H K
St. Louis 4 14 1
Washington 2 6 1
Stewart and Ferrell; Liska,
Braxton and Ruel.
The Salem high school tennis
team made a good showing at Eu
gene Saturday when It defeated
the Eugene high racquet swing
ers three matches to two, and tied
with University high, three all.
Coach Edward Lee Russell's
proteges proved especially strong
in the doubles. The meet with
University high, in the forenoon,
ended in a tie because Kemp, Sa
lem high player, injured his knee
when his match with Goodall of
U-Hl was at 4-all in the first set.
and the home team refused to
take the match by default.
McAlister, U-Hl, defeated Hage
mann, Salem, 6-3, 6-4.
Cross, Salem, defeated Oxner,
U-Hi, 6-2. 6-4.
Buck, U-Hi, defeated Goulet
Salem, 6-3, 6-2.
Mountain, U-Hi, defeated Soder
man, Salem, 6-3, 5-7, 6-1.
-Hageman and Cross, Salem, de
feated Buck and Goodall, U-Hi,
Soderman and Goulet, Salem,
defeated Mountain and Oxner, U
Hi, 2-6, 10-8, 6-3.
Hagemann, Salem. defeated
Gould. Eugene, 6-2, 6-3.
Cross, Salem, defeated Sim
mons, Eugene, 6-2, 6-3.
Dew, Eugene, defeated Goulet,
Salem. 6-2, 9-7.
Hagemann and Cross, Salem,
defeated Dew and Gould, Eugene,
Simmons and Eberhart, Eugene,
defeated Goulet and Soderman, Sa
lem. 6-3. 6-3.
The Grants Pass high tennis
team also played both University
high and Eugene high Saturday,
heating the former 4 to 3, and the
latter 6 to 2.
MONMOUTH, May 3 (Spe
cial) Oregon Normal school's
hard hitting baseballists snowed
the Eastern Oregon Normal toss-
i ers under with a blizzard of hits
and runs here today, winning 26
to 0. After the Monmouth team
scored 13 runs in the sixth inn
ing. Ceach Quinn of the LaGrande
team decided to call it a day.
Monmouth scored three runs
in the first inning, one in the sec
ond, four in the third, one in the
fourth, four in the fifth and 13
in the sixth. Galbraith, catcher,
was Monmouth's outstanding bats
man. Sullivan, the LaGrande first
baseman, was hurt badly when he
collided with Steelhammer of O.
N. s. in fielding a high fly as
Steelhammer was running- to the
base, but the, injured player man
aged to get back into 'the game.
Summary: R HE
O. N. S 2 28 2
E. O. N. S. : 0 15
Watkins and . Boering, Gal
braith: Henderson, Paisley and
The "first ball" was pitched by
Miss Leila Pound, May queen. The
May day exercises were rained out
in the forenoon but all events
were crowded into the afternoon
The seniors won the president's
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Indians Come From Behind
BOSTON, May 3. (AP)
Cleveland again defeated the Red
Sox by last Innings scores when
the Indians came from behind to
win 6 to 5 today.
R H E
Cleveland 6 11 3
Boston 5 7 1
Jablonowskl, Miller and L. Sew
ell; Russell and Berry.
Total! 697 644 768 8227
p Giro . 150 20 174
Tewtr I5 184 150
Taylor I44 121
T Glod lit 1" 164
Whit. 139 151 151
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Root Wins Hurling Duel
CHICAGO, May 3. (AP)
Charlie Root, Cub right hander,
today took a pitching duel from
Jim Elliott of the Phillies, win
ning 1 to 0 in ten innings.
R H E
Philadelphia 0 9 2
Chicago .1 5 0
Elliott and McCridy, Davis;
Root and Hartnoft.
PITTSBURGH. May 3. (AP)
Boston ponnded three Pitts
burgh Pirate pitchers for a 12 to
7 victory here taking the series
two games to one. Rtchbourgb bit
a home run for Boston in the
fifth. Burleigh Grimes, former
Buccaneer hurler, making his first
appearance against the Pirates,
was shelled out in the first in
ning. R H E
Boston 12 18 0
Pittsburgh 7 12 2
Grimes, Cunningham. Spohrer,
Erickson and Cronln: Swetonlc,
Jones and Hargreaves, Hemsley.
Totali 715 778 750 2242
Keller 132 139 125 896
Shrderk 188 148 183 479
A. NilA 14S 108 90 339
E Nile. 175 126 181 462
WiUon 124 1" 152 419
Yanks Win One
NEW YORK. May 3. (AP)
The Yankees bunched extra base
bits off McKaln in three succes
sive innings today and defeated
the Chicago White Sox, 6 to 3.
walte Hoyt limited Chicago
Chicago 3 7
New York 5 10
McKaln, Henry and Autry, Rid
dle; Hoyt and Dickey.
Total 742 662 891 1095
Athletics Barely Win
PHILADELPHIA, May 3.
(AP) The world's champion Ath
letics nosed out Detroit. 6 to 5.
In the ninth inning today, when
I O ( - - . i . . .
aiiuuioos aouDiea witn me oases
full. Cochrane, Foxx and McMa
nus hit homers.
R H E
Detroit 5 8 0
Philadelphia 6 10 1
Carroll, Wyatt and Hargrave;
Earnshaw, Cochrane and Schang.
At Pan Vranneo 7: Sai-ramenti
At Tortlanil 3-7: Hollywood 2-7
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At Pittsburgh 7; Boston 12.
At Kt. Louis 10; lSrocklyn 11.
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A Boston 5: CWvIami 6.
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Robins Shade St. Louis
ST. LOUIS, May 3. (AP)
The Brooklyn Robins scored fire
runs In the tenth Inning today
to defeat tbe Cardinals for the
second successive time. The score
was 11 to 16. The Cards scored
for times In the last half of the
R H E
Brooklyn 11 23 1
St. Louis 10 15 1
Dudley, Moss and Lopes; Bell,
Sherdel, Frankhouse, Llndsey.
Thurston and Wilson.
Old Fashioned Chocolates
BY liEf IU
EUGENE, Ore., May 3 Both
games In the Willamette Valley
basebal league scheduled for Sun
day, were postponed one more
week. It was announced today liy
George E. Wilhelm, president of
the league, after inspecting the
Eugene and Albany grounds.
Thurgday's and Friday's rains
have put the grounds at the two
parks in such poor condition that
even a sunny Sunday will not per
mit the playing of the games, Mr.
Eugene and Albany were to
have celebrated their opening
home games. Hwause of the post
ponement, Eugene will meet Cor
vallis at Eugene next Sunday, and
Albany will tangle with Salem at
Albany, as originally scheduled.
Bad weather has raised havoc
with the leagues in the valley
this spring. Last Sunday's games
were postponed because of rain,
and the Sunday before the teams
battled through a steady drizzle.
Eugene and Corvallis finally call
ing their game off with the score
at 2 to 2 at the end of the sev
enth. In the other contest Salem
downed Albany, 9 to 4.
More Interest has been shown
in the league this year than ever
before. That Is due. undoubtedly.
to the natural rivalry existing be
tween the cities entered.
Elks . , 1
Sin I house : o
SILVERTOX. May 3 The Sil
ver ton-Wood burn baseball game
scheduled for Friday afternoon
was called off because of the wea
ther conditions. It will be play
eed some afternoon next week,
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Thursday Kay Woolen
Friday Elks vs. Espee.
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Front St.. Tel. No. S.
FLOWERS FOR ALL occasion s
Olsen's. Court & High St.. TeL 801.
CUT Flowers, wedding bouquets
funeral wreaths, decorations. C F.
Breithaupt. florist 612 State Street.
Snlem Scavenger. Tel. H7 or JJ90.
WARREN F. POWERS
Life and General InsuraneO
2 IS VS. a. Bank Bids.
. BOSTON TECH WINS
PRINCETON. N. J.. May 3
(AP) Massachusetts Institute of
Technology's varsity crew beat
Princeton by a length and a quar
ter in their mile and three quar
ter race here today.
The twilight leagues have
gone through two weeks of their
scheduled season and played only
five gantes, three in the Industrial
league and two in the Commer
cial league. However, rain can't
continue falling forever, and the
league will probably get a gen
uine start within the next few
At a Commercial league meet
ing Friday night it was decided
io noia up completion of the
schedule draft until one more ef
fort is made to line up a sixth
21S Masonic Bids. Phone No. 182.
BBCKE A HENDRICKS
H N. High Tel. 1(1.
Devtloplntf ilms, prompt service.
DR. L. R. BURDETTE, optometrist
403 First NafL Bank BJd& TeL 118.
Kalsomine $3 to 15. per room, also
Interior painting reasonable prices.
Tel. 1T63J. Faye Thompson.
Commercial and Industrial air and
40 North IS.
MAN NEKHEl IX
TORY to t.lke
ol1 rolialilo lnin'if...
million, est. J I y,-a i-
quality paints. .u:ii.-"
iiy factories, : - --.isy
terms. Hin st-
i iht man. '!ii
Adams Pain Co, 1 '
f oi.-lnnioi s
' r i .it--d o f ..
Wo llt.i f ttf t
:, lixii'iiiK .1
1 TIM", Mli X
I.- iniuiiif f...
l c 1 1 l' lilars. T"(
1. i t, L'ltu -
AGENT f..- yu'ir ! r. t'..vMl sal.):
anl expenst-s, or T,"' vomni., seili:.
business si iiiiiilr.T iti ym niiuni ii..i
fur slorfke ieij-'. l'.'.t- i iiKm. y m.i" :.
Absolutely n'W. Wu1- Iiv. 16 Sta s
Art Co., 49 F-ist :l .t., N w York.
NEW SPECIALTY" to retaiU . i
Comm. dally. $4u w-kly guaranty. ,.-1
portunlty, worth week. Box Pi,!
Cnlar K;pi1s. 1ft.
WANTED laundry work to do la
my own home. Fir?t class work guar
anteed. Have had experience. 126tt N.
17th ntifet. Tel. 244SJ.
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
PORTABLE typewriters, all make,
new and used. Adders and typewriters
for rent. Typewriter Exchanae, 421
PHONE GLENN Adams for house
decorating", paperhanaina. tlntinr. etc.
PLCMBINO and general repair
work. Graher Rroa lis fin. r.nwrt
FOR STATIONERY, cards, pam
phlets, procrams, books or any kind
oT printing-, call at The Statesman
Printing Department. 215 S. Commer
every purpose, for every purse
All standard sizes of Radio Tubes.
EOFF ELECTRICAL SHOP. 135 Court
St.. Tel. 4 US.
.SOLVE your roofing" difficulties
with Pioneer Tosemite rock surfaced
2!.nf ,e8j Carlton Pioneer Roofing Co.
170 N. Front. Tel. 487.
STOVES and stove repairing. Stoves
for sale, rebuilt and repaired. All
kinds of woven wire fence, fancy and
plain, hop baskets and hooks, logan
hooks. Salem Fence and Stove Worka
262 Chemeketa street. R. B. Fleming.
Reliable Gas Range
Burning ROCKGAS. makes Ideal
cooking equipment, for particulars,
PACIFIC ROCKGAS CO.
2 Pacific Bldg. Portland.
D. H. MOSHER Tailor for men and
women. 474 Oourt St.
CAPITAL City Transfer Co. 221
State Et TeL 93J. Distributing, forwarding-
and storage our specialty. Get
GUARANTEED WATCH REPAIR
ING or money back, THE JEWEL
BOX. 17J V. Liberty. Salem.
THE NEW SALEM LAUNDRY
THE W EIDER LAUNDRY
Telephone 15 . Hi 8. High
WOODBURN, May 3. Mr. and
Mrs. A. A. Geer and -Mrs. Geer's
mother, Mrs. Moore, visited , Mr.
Geer's brother and - sister-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Geer, Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Bllyen left
Monday for The Dalles where Mr.
Bllyen will be employed as a sales.
CAPITAL C1TT LAUNDRY
"The Laundry of Pare Materials"
Telephone 5 1?4 Rroadwnv
New spring-filled matreasea retailed
directly from factory to you. Capital
Cffy Bedding Qj.. TeL' It. S030 North
Capitol. - awi
FOR RENT New pianos.
Stiff Furniture Company. '
GEO. a WIIX Pianos, Phono
graphs, sewing machines, sheet music
and piano studies. Repairing phono
srapha and sewing machioea. 432 State
street. Salem.. .,, . w
.JOSEPH BARBER REALTY CO.
200 Grey Bldg. Phone 714
8. aC F A pt .m
224 N. High 8tT
HOMER D. FOSTER
...Y.- H.. GRABENHORST A CO.
it a. Linerty St. Tel. Ill
. ' GERTRUDE M. PAGE
towage TeL HSU
st- First Nat Bk. Bldg. TeL i7t.
J. T. TJLRICH
lit N. Commercial
... L, WOOD
441. State St.
SALE All kinds
luR SALE Old oarers. 10c a hun-
dle. Statesman office.
SPECIAL prices on wood and man
ure. Everything delivered. Phone
r -yioo wirwQXLr iri ririii-n r j- irun.nn n ia
FOR SALE Corona portable. 125.
G. Morgan, 1308 or 504.
ORNAMENTAL " " shrubs, "treelet t
Fruit trees. Grape vises. 29 Ntb.
are. George Sohelher.
No. 1 Inch too Improved Burtoaiijc
seed potatoes. Fred 5 Killer, Macif . ,
Ore. Phone 42F21.
FORDSON tractor for sale. Phone
95F3. Rt. 8. Box KO.
All electric R. C. A. radio. Ta
model, 135.00. Taken at on.-e. C ' i
15, Lone Star camp grounds.
FOR SALE Huiiiwm tractor i.
overhauled with double disc $20o.'
WANTED Used Pianos. In m.
change on Radios, phonographs, or fiir-
nimre. . u. Mirr r-urniture Company.
WANT wood In exriianira for tul,
chlckji. 2IS0 No. 5th. Phone 27f.
FOR RENT ROOMS
FOR RENT Larse first floo fur.
nished room with private bath and
kitchenette. Rate $1S per month for
one person or $22 for two.
MRS J. AV. CltlTKS
1599 State Street Phone 201SJ
Close in. 414 N. Winter. 3471J.
PlASANT rooma. Clrwe in!." SSSXV,
ROOM AND BOARD
,1i-rinul i ! i ir -i -inn n - -
EXCELLENT home mnlilnv T o,r
cheerful rooms. Right down town. 26)
emer Btreet. Airn. c
NORMAL STUDENTS make rei
vations now for mimmer term, TVri.
Arnold Arms Girls Dormitory, Mcn
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
APartmentn si ( ax ti 7 rumnn
Grocery. 899 N. Coml
r sl si'u u ay ix aj-i i - n nnnrisni
TWO end three
Phone 1ST 2.
MILLER APTS. Under new manAffe.
meat. Furnished room and apts. Ttl.
Furnished apt.-$15. mo. 790 N. Hig
PATTON APARTMEXTR. down-
town districts. Clean, comfortable.
nicely furnished, ' reasonable. For In
spection call Pat ton' a Book store.
- - - - . . ll l-l ll
COZY 1 and i room fur. mnt Oroiin,!
floor. Garage. T. G. Albert,, 1(4 Mill.
NICK furnished first floor apt. 590
VIRGINIA anartraents. nlcelv fu
nished rooms. Clean and desirable.
Electric range, electpo-kold. beat and
water. Don't mlsa seeing thla
STATE apartments, 1320 Sut K'.
Desirable I room furaished corner apt.
Concrete bldg. Refrigeration. Ideal tow
summer. Garage. Adutta $30.90 to $4.
0. Phone IS18J or ill.
FOR RENT HOUSES
FOR RENT Bouses tu-nishd and
F. L. WOOD
141 State Street .