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fhe OREGON STATESMAN. Salem, Orefftm, Satarday Uenia-j Mmy 17,-1333
United States Players Take
! WaDcertup Honors Por
- Sixth Time
St Martim: 4 to
m Ji n
Glenna Cbllett Is Jietaied by Youthful
Br FRANK H. KING
Associated Press Staff Writer
SANDWICH. England. May 1
.(API With ten matches won
and two lost Walker cap
honors today went, to tne unite
SUtes for the sixth time. With a
ceremonial dinner in Old Guild
hall at Sandwich tonight Bobby
-ones .captain of the American
team, was' siren again the inter
national trophy which anions
neve? hare won.
Jones men today tare Roger
'Wethered's team the most decis
ive defeat Brittoh team . ever
s received in this' eontry. The
' largest crowds' ever to' see Walk
Z r eup matches In England watch-
- ' ed"Hte" contests;
',' - The Prince of Wales , followed
the matches -both days, the four
Ii cornet yesterday and singles to
r daT.' with " set of big .blnpcnlars
,d-ed.4o his equipment today. H
, really needed a laaaer ioee over
, tnejerowa, naaucnng mi"" m"
';M00.vThere were 3.T paid ad
- i ' missions. " - -v
-' , In. singles matches today,- the
- ' British were able to'wia only one.
i. T..A.' Torrancei dmbblng Franeis
Ocimet, seven np and' six to
'play.' As the Americans won three
- of the 1 our loursomes, tne iinai
" i score was 10 to 2. Two years ago
-'- at the Chicago Golf club the
Americans won 11 to 1, Torrance,
- then as now,-winning the only
singles match for the British.
The position of the American
-a team this morning was that the
players from the United States
needed to win three matches and
halTe one. Jones'men consolidated
their position before luncheon
time. Jones, Roland MacKenzie
and George Vo'gt had big leads,
, Harrison R. Johnston had a com
fortable advantage over Cyril J.
H. Tolley and George Von Elm
and Rex Hartley were all square.
Dr. O. F. Willing and Don Moe
were behind, but in position to
make a threat in the afternoon
and the defeat of Ouimet, who
could not make his putter be
" lave, was indicated.
' It was the afternoon play that
furnished the thrills and excite
ment, sending the Prince of Wales
and other golfers scurrying oyer
the big sand dunes . to witness
Wethered almost, struck the
Prince of Wales in the ,head
f with one of his wild shots which
I contributed to his defeat by
r (Jones, nine up and ight to play,
ihe most Bevere, of all their long
Ind friendly rivalry in interna
George Voight's victory over
L Sir Ernest Holderness, te-n up and
eight to play, was the most
. crushing blow to Britain, but
i , 'young Don Moe is the hero of
the Walker cup team.
Fighting against a four hole
handicap after the morning 18,
the young Oregonian shot a sen
sational (7 on a course conceded
. ' to be one of the hardest to score
on anywhere. In a great finish
' which will write Moe's name in
golfing history, he defeated M.
Stont, on np. when he was seven
down with 15 holes left to Play.
Four down at lunch, the Ore
V if on youngster saw his opponent
:? - etart the afternoon round with
; ; hree threes In a row to go seven
; p. Then the Portland boy went
Into action. He shot the next six
; ' holes In 20 strokes to get five
of the holes back and on the
i second nine, he regained the
. other two.
jr The climax came at the home
;: (.hole. The youngster fired a great
)Shot from 200 yards straight to
- the green, the ball stopping three
V feet from the cup. Stout missed a
putt for a four and conceded de
feat This putt and one on the
) vlBth were the only two Moe fall-
ed to hole, so his "approximate
l" was not very approximate.
Dr. O. F. Willing made a great
"recovery and after being one
d-wa after 18 holes came back to
win at the 35th-hole where he
. eH an iron t- within eight feet
tf the eup from a "'- r
; "more than 200 yards.
Golf Team Wins
Local Lads Play Good Game
To Nose Out Fast Wash
WiilametU university's baseball
team played errorless ball for al
most the first' time this season to
defeat St. Martin's college 4 to 2
in a tight game on Sweetland'field
Andy' Peterson, Bearcat fresh
man speed hall artist, was at top
form and struck out 14 opposing
batsmen, allowing fire It three
of which "were bunched In the
third Inning to account for St.
Martin's one run.
r Walt Eriekson accounted for
enough of Willamette's runs to
wjri the game, driving In Bralv
and Seales.with a three baaaer'ijt
Line tfaiPd Inning and scoring Scale 7
"wm ntynu .wtia .ains;ie B ine
seventh. Willamette mother-' run
was made on.a hit v Sealea.-Eiw
Kn;s anemic, and an error.
Tne score . - --,
AB H PO A
The C reported that a hosf
of peoplo wanted to vote "the
worst way." That was when it
hegam to ' look bad for aniinl
ri pal owaerahlpL
St. Martins college seat its bull
team & long way, bit one or the
boys mast have felt .right . at
home; Keber,- shortstop, one of
the .-ML Angel Kebers. And he
performed In a manner fodo cred
It to the family.
Nearly everything Willam
ette's meanest staggers bit Into
fair territory pimped right lata
the mitt of this roving yoona
. ster.'a&d he always knew what
to do with th ban. . ; :
The United States National
aak seven-man golf team won.
14 points to 7, from the First Na-
lonal Bank team in a match on
(the Salem Golf club course Friday
xaorning r The bank golfers took
(advantage of the election day hol
iday to play this match.
rsiade , -
rPaulos 8 ; '
Varley 8 ,
PoweU f -
IT. 8. National
Eyre 8 -Armstrotfg
Smith o -McFarland
ifouise Klce,worid famoos graphcJoglsti
. tfan poaltlrcly lead yoortalmtviitucs,
Knd fanlta fas tb drawings, words and
Cend yo0scr!bhSnts''er s!rturs
d. ctfraiia box 1
Cacis rssi GOsisy tccx est
Toner, rf .. 4 0-000
Hughes, e 4 1 l 3 10
Messner. ef 4 0 2 3 0 0
Hurney, p . 3 0 0 1 4 0
Brown, lb 3 0 0 9 0 0
Block, lb 1 0 o 2 0 0
Keber, ss 4 0 0 1 4 1
Contris, If 3 0 1 4 0 0
Mertes, 2b 2 .0 0 1 10
Schecker, 3b ..3 0 1 0 10
Totals 31 1 5 24 11 1
AB R H PO A E
Deetx, rf 3 0 0 0 0 0
Adams, 2b 3 0 0 2 3 0
Scales, cf 3 3 2 0 0 0
Eriekson, ss 3 0 2 0 1 0
Hauk, 3b 4 0 0 0 0 0
Cardinal, c 3 0 0 16 3 0
Gibson, lb 3 0 1 9 0 0
Peterson, p ....3. 0 0 0 5 0
Braly, If ; 2 1 0 0 0 0
Gill, if i o o o o A
Totals 28 4 5 27 12 0
Score by innings:
St., Martins 002 000 0002
Willamette 002 010 10 4
Stolen bases, Contris. Mertes.
Sacrifice hits, Deetz, Eriekson.
Two base hits. Scales. Messner.
Three base hit, Eriekson. Hit bats
men, Braly by Hurney, Hurney
by Peterson. Double play, Keber
to Mertes to Brown. Struck out,
by Peterson 14, by Hurney 1.
Bases on balls, off Peterson 1, off
Humey 5. Umpire, Edwards.
YANKEES BY H
BOSTON. May IS (AP)
Sweeney's double in the ninth In
ning drove in the run that gave
the Red Sox a 5 to 4 victory over
the New York Yankees today in
the opener of their five game ser
ies. Dickey tied the score for the
Yankees in the first half of the
ninth with a pinch home run.
R H K
New York 4 8 0
Boston 5 g
Gomez. Johnson, Sherid 4b Har
greaves; MaeFayden, Durham and
PHILADELPHIA, May 16
AP) Washington went Into
first place in the American league
today by winning both games of
a double header from the Athlet
ics, 5 to 3 and 4 to 0. Joe Judge's
home run with two on base in the
eighth Inning gave Senators the
second game as Ad Liska shut out
Philadelphia with three hits.
R H E
Washington . 5 13 1
Philadelphia 3 10 Q
Hadley and Spencer; Walberg,
Quinn, Mahaffey and Cochrane,
Liska and Ruei;
Rommell and Schang.
R H E
.4 6 1
.0 3 0
Stations and Wave-Lengths
KGW, Portland, '83.6 meters,
KGO, Oakland, 379.5. meter,
KOMO, Seattle. 809.1 meter.
KEX, Portland. 254.1 meters,
1180 keys. r
A horse race Is going on the air.
The famous Kentucky Derby will
be run today at Churchill Downs
and will bo broadcast over 'NBC
with Graham McNamee and Clem
McCarthy, turf expert as narrator
at the mike. The program will be
broadcast in Great Britain too,
over the British Broadcasting cor
poration hook-up. . , i ' '
A feature of : note in -Salem la
that Earl ; Sande, noted 8alem
Jockey will ride Gallant Fox win
ner of the Preaknesa race. This la'
the third race for Panda since his
return to the turf. He won his
two previous races and 1 one of
the 7 high favorite In ,thla; race.
Tannery, a Kentucky thorough
bred Is another favorite. - f
' .The broadcast - description .will
start at 2:30 coast time and may
be heard over KGW (until S p.
m.) and over KOMO, Seattle, and
KGO, Oakland until 3:80 p. m.'
r War still don know , which !
lie best-pitcher, Peterson .orWil-
son Peterson .wa ap - against-a-real
half team jfrday nd hit 14
strikeouts - looked good. Wilson
equalled that record against Lin
field, struck out 11 Pacific men
here, and w haven't the records
right at hand on his other per
formances but those are suffici
ent to show that he's right up
Des Anderson has been getting
some neat press notices up in
Washington. One paper said:
"In the second bout . . Jack
McLanghlan, British Columbia
middleweight champion. will
tangle with Des Anderson, a pro
tege of Ted Thye, in a bout that
is bound to be clean. Both us
scientific methods for their falls,
gaining new popularity with each
appearance. They are touted as
having a great deal of know
ledge In the grappling art."
Yesterday We Saw
A nice old lady approach the
election clerk and ask for a "blue"
ballot. After she got it the elec
tion board discovered she was
registered as a republican. She
politely explained she wanted to
vote democratic, but the meanles
wouldn't let her.
UPSET SEEN IN
Miss Diana Fishwick Wins
By Four up and Three
.' By VICTOR EURBANK
Associated Press Staff Writer
FROMBY, Eng.. May 16 (AP)
Miss Diana Fishwick, a mere
slip of a girl in her teens, today
defeated Miss Glenna ColletL Am
erican ehampton,-4 up and three
to play to win the British worn
en's golf championship' the first
time she tried.
'Miss Cotlett lost to Miss Fish
wick at tho 33rd hoU after the
clever American girl had fought
her way through six rounds and
defeated three of the greatest
players on this side of th Atlan
tic. As a matter of fact In .all but
the aetnar'cotrnt-of holes. Miss
Fishwick was the victor' after; the
mdrning round when the) players
went to luncheon, with the British
girl five up. . r
Putting lost the day? for Glen"
na although many- of her ether
shots were not all that they should
have been. She played as though
she- was very tired, which ' she
should have been after opposing
the English champion; Molly Gour-
lay lor zl holes and barely nosing
out Enid Wilson and Hilda Cam
eron on the 18th green.
It was a day of summer weath
er and bright sunshine as though
made fo.- the American A gallery
of 2,000 in the morning and 5,
000 In tho afternoon showed the
Interest In the match although the
British really had little hope for
the youthful Diana's success.
Glenna was oft to a good start.
winning the first hole but she
missed a five foot putt at the sec
ond to see the match squared. Miss
Collett took thfee putts at the
fourth and from then On she had
trouble with her erratic putter.
lamette'eourt today. Salem high
tied with University high in a
previous series of matches at Eu
gene recently. Local players who
will see action .are Hagemann,
Cross, Kemp, Sodennan and Gon-let.
IBQWU 6 LEAGUE
The Salem high school tennis
team will meet the University
high of Eugene team on the Wil-
Next Monday night at 7:30
o'clock the City bowling league
finals between the champions of
the first half season, the Man's
Shop, .and the second half cham
pions. Senator Food Shop, will be
rolled off. The winner will be the
city champion and winner of the
R. A. Nebergall trophy. '
Players elegible are:
Man's Shop Kay. Coe, Shar
key, Hall and Stoliker.
Food Shop Monson. Poulln,
Allison, Mohr and Edwards. .
The' race In the Owl league
'tightened Thursday night when
Salem Maid Chevrolet 'Shop won
three games each 'from Cunocar
Strviee and Mile Linen Mills, re
spectively. . E. Ostrfn- bad high
series of (31 nd Robinson hgh
game oi is.
Next week's play winds up this
league's schedule except for some
postponed series. The race is be
tween Chevrolet Shop and Salem
Scores were: '
' ctnrocAJt annviCE
A. AiJet : 126 132 111
P. Schmidt 185 17J 127
Taylor 130 88 18a
Cunocar 153 145 130
Robinson 184 143 153
Bobinton. 194 143 153
Total 788 691 718 2197
E. Ostria 165 178 178 621
J. Oitrin 12 99 111 836
Loreall , 88 155 151 489
Eiaenbrandt 153 145 158 456
Curtia . 73 145 139 457
.800 722 739 2259
MUX IJHEH WLU
B. Allison 133 115 119
Miles 118 117
Simmons 59 101
Ponoeford . 176 119
0. Poulin 187 152
669 604 666 1939
Shedeck 118 142 128 383
Simmons JI 158 117 135 408
E. Niles 137 156 172 465
Kellay 128 180 A173 480
Wilson 132 143 158 432
.671 7S7 760 Xl8
Two "Dead" Arm Miracles
-By HARDIN BURNLEY
TMEs FACTS DF THE CUBS Ahl
j DODGERS GESrCS ijfcGELYUFbHlHE
-WILL THE STAND THE gAFF ? j
f i , 1- :tf' ' 5si mm BJ V -"-i-vS .
EAD er dying throwing arn-tfmodn' af tJksir eld-tima daa-lLnrHra performed late last Summer.
A: lone Mat followed until this
Spring; When Wright appeared at
the Dodgers training camp. He
practised cautiously and soon K
became apparent that his arm
would do unless it suddenly went
dead again. At this writing,
Glenn i getting 'em te first with
almost his old speed.;'
And "GabbjT Eartnett-H whip
ping 'em to the bases in sirfJL
tory style. Bis rifle jammed early .
last season; he could not lift it
level with hi shoulders withont
raffenntr acute pain. Those twinges
have gone and the muscles seem
hack in their proper grooves.
! Hew ever, everw tin Wr(..J
nartaett let out their whipstheir
whole careers ride en the throw! i
are most dread suisfortanes
among: professional baseball
players. And such afflictions are
net ,rare : in the national : ganBe.
Sere . salary : wings have . dimmed
many a star, some of whom have
been en the rise nxttilsame extraer
dinaiy strain took the sip from
their throws and made them even
more useless than gum without
aznrauzution. .r-y - '
Twe strikinr -!' of this
sad jfate are : familiar to f ana
Glenn Wright, now Brooklyn's
shortstop, and "Gabby Hartnett,
Chicago Cub catcher, both of whom
believe theyve brought their dead
arms back to life after Ions rest
and much medication.
- Early this , season, Wright and
Eartaett seem te have regained
throwing power. Beth were noted
for the terrific speed with which
they could whip 'era aeroa the dia
mond. Ia tact, ft was his rexoark
ahle arm that made Wright, when
with Pittsburgh, the ;most sensa
tional shortstop ia the: nig leagues
in 192S and 1927. v The next year,
Wright' arm went had. During
the Winter ef 192829 e was
traded to Brooklyn, where he was
on the hospital list practically all
last season, He is at-l a youngster,
but it looked as thought he were all
through at that time.! :
w Finally,: feurgeons decided i to
transplant some flesh from one of
Wright's thighs to the. place be
neath the ligament la his right
shoulder that had been thrown out
ef place. That delicate operation
Portland Team Lapses Into
Old Form and Drops tilt
To Reds 8-5
- SAN FRANCISCO, May 11
(AP) San Francisco's Missions
defeated- the -Portland Ducks . $5
today af tec - leading , the visitors
all the way. McQuaid held the
Ducks scoreless. for seven-innings,
his team mates meanwhile piling
up an eight run lead." but in the
next frame the lid blew off and
the local hurler barely. weathered
the storm. Portland counted five
times on six hits. ' The' Missions
started "their scoring festivities in
the third with three runs. -
R H E
Portland .... ..5 10 1
Missions v. . .Y . .... 8 12 .1
' Terkes, Cascarella, Posedel and
Palmisano; McQuaJd .and' Bald
. '' lainense Score Hade .
LOS ANGELES,, May 16
(AP) A new season's mark for
runs scored to the Pacific Coast
league was established here to
day as Hollywood massacred a
quartet of Seattle hurters in a 20
to 10 victory. It was the Stars
third straight triumph over the
R H E
Seattle ...10 12 3
Hollywood ...20 26 4
Kallio, Kunz, Lamanski, Hub
bell and Cox; Page, Hollerson and
Sacs Nick Frisco
SACRAMENTO. May 16 (AP)
Aaron Ward settled the pitch
ing duel between young Tom
Flynn and Curt Davis here today
by poling a home run in the ninth
with two down and two on to give
Sacramento a 4 to 1 victory over
the Seals. The victory knotted
the Series at two games each.
Flynn gave the Seals but five hits
while Davis was touched for twice
as many but kept them well scat
tered. R H E
San Francisco ....... 1 5 0
Sacramento ..4 10 0
Davis and Gaston; Flynn and
Angels Win 6-2
OAKLAND, May 16 (AP)
After losing three straight games,
Los Angeles stepped out today
and trimmed Oakland 6 to 2 in a
game enlivened by several inci
dents. The Angels nicked Dufflo
vich for eleven hits, Ray Jacobs
and George Harper doing the
timely hitting. Between them
they knocked in five runs, Joe
Mellana, Oaks second baseman,
suffered a broken nose when he
collided with Buzz Arlett, right
fielder. Both tried to field a short
fly. In the fifth Inning Arlett
was put out of the game for dis
puting Umpire Jack Price's deci
sion on a ball down the first base
R H E
Los Angeles 6 11 1
Oakland 2 7 2
Barfoot and Skiff; Dumo
vich. Pearson and Read.
ILL By 12-0
AMITY, May 16 The Amity
high school baseball team which
is coached by George Simmeryille,
climaxed its season by defeating
Tamhill 12 to 0 on May 15 in the
second game of the series there
by winning the championship of
the Yamhill county league.
Elmer Wood pitched his usual
Good game, allowing only S hits
up to the end of the sixth Inning
when he was relieved by Dechien,
who finished the same without al
lowing a single hit.
Except for two early practice
games. Amity finished the season
Tamhill pat up a beUar battle
than in the first game which it
lost by a score of 21 to 1.
The summary of the game is
as follows: .
AB R H E
Bench ....6 4 1 1
F. Fournier 6 2 6- 0
Williams .. 5 0 a 1
Wood .....6 1 3 0
Sutherland 6 0 2 0
Versteeg ...6 0 0 1
Decheln ' .....4 "l 2 0
Groves 5 1 1 0
Woods 5 3 3 0
Totals ,...48 12 17 8
AB R H E
McCoy .....4 0 1 0
Robinsbn ........4 0 0 0
Rltches 3 0 0 1
Mallery .....4 0 0 0
Bell 3 0 0 0
Hawhen 4 0 1 3
Toprowiteh ........4 0 1 t
Williams ,...S 0 0 0
Belt .....3 0 0
Totals ... ....12 OSS
The summary of . the Amity
baseball season includes the f ol-
lowing games and scores:
Amity 8, West Linn 5.
Amity 8, Salem 7.
Amity; 3 8, Wlllamlna f.
Amity 13, Dayton 2
Amity I, Sheridan I.
Amity It, Dayton 1.
Amity 28, WUlamlna 4.
, Amity 12 Dallas 0.
Amity 12, Dayton 0.
Amity 19, Sheridan .
Amity 21, Yamhill I;
Amity 12,. Yamhill 0.
- - 4 . -,
ROME (AP) Buses are be
ing instilled In the, city to lake
the place of existing tramway, a
service garage will be established
for general care" of all the new
vehicles.-- - . - -
- v.-. -
At Saa Fraaeiscs: Missions ; Port
At Vot Angel: Hallj-irood 20: ScattU
At 8a frames to 4; Saa Francisco 1.
At Oakland I; Lsi Angeles 6.
Girl in Final
. KATIOHAX XBAOUX
At Cincinnati S; Brock lya 10.
At St. Looia S; Chicago S. -Ko
other game playta.
At Boston S; Kow Tork 4. -
At Philadelphia -0; Washington. 5 4.
Ko other gsea played.
CINCINNATI; May : 1C (AP)
The Brooklyn Robins hit hard
in ' the early .innings today-while
Dauy Vance pitched great' ball
and won the final game of their
western Invasion from ihe .Beds,
10 to 3. Brooklyn scored eight ef
it runs In the first three innings.
' R H E!
Brooklyn .... ..10 18 1
Cincinnati 3 -10 3
Yance and Deberry; Lucas and
Cards Bhade Cubs
ST. LOUIS, May 16 ( AP) A
ninth inning rally gave the Card
inals a 9 to 8 victory over the Chi
cago Cubs here today. The Card
inals made 21 hits.
R H E
Chicago 8 10 0
St. Louis 9 21 0
Carlson, Malone, Shealy and
Hartnett; Hallahan. Lindsay,
Frankhouse and J. Wilson.
WALKER W1XS XOD
LOUISVILLE, K, May 16
(AP) Mickey Walker, middle
weight champion, was awarded a
newspaper decision over Paul
SwiderskI, Syracuse heavyweight,
after a ten round slugging match
here tonight. The scribes gave
Walker six rounds, Swiderski two
and scored the other two as even.
Conference Title to Be De
cided In Three Game
Series in City
Willamette university and Whit
man college baseball teams will
play a three game' series for the
Northwest conference champion
ship in Salem May 21, ; 22. and-23 .
provided that - Whitman- accepts
those dates It was announced Fri-
day by athletic authorities at Wil-'
Word was received. Friday that.
Whitman had won the .second ser
ies of games from College of-Idaho
and thereby qualified ss cham
pion In the eastern division of the
conference. - ,
Whitman suggested May 22. 23
and 24-as the dates' for the series,
but this cannot, be arranged be
cause of the circus here on tho
24th. . -
, Despite the fact (hat finance
are not assured for playing the
series here. Coach "Spec" Keen
and Graduate Manager Le&tl
Sparks of Willamette have decid
ed to schedule it and count upon
support sufficient to pay the
guarantee to Whitman. Tickets
will go on sale within a few tlav.
WOLGAST KEEPS TITLE
NEW TORK. May 16 ( AP 1 -
Midget Wolgast. 112, Philadelphia
retained his world's flyweight
title in New York and Pennsylva
nia tonight when Willie La Morte
collapsed at the end of five 'or
rid rounds in Madion Square
HAMBURG ( AP) The o 1 .1
organ in the Church of St. James
here on which Johann Sebastian
Bach played when trying to net
the Job as church organist in 1720.
has been rebuilt. Incidentally
Bach failed to land the Job, a mu
sician who had contributed totfce
church treasury being selected.
F. N. Woodry
IS Trs. Salem's leading Auctioneer
and Furniture Dealer
Residence and Store
1610 N. Summer St
Turkish baths and maage.
Lotmn. Phone 221. New Bank.
Kalsomine S3 to I, per room, al so
Interior painting r-as-nable prices.
Tel. 1763J. Faoe Thompson.
Commercial and fr.dustrlal air an
CAPITAL PAINTING SERVICE
40 North IS. Tel. 171J.
i x-nu;ry ij-n Atnms i or no
BATTERY ELECTRICIAN Zgnginw- t,nt,n& ttc
R. D. Barton National Batteries
Starter and generator work. 202
LLOYD E. RAMSDEN Columbia
Blcvele and repairing. S87 Conrt.
Dr. a L. SCOTT. PSC, Chiropractor.
IBS N. High. Tel. S7. Res. J104-J.
DRS. SCOKIEI.T. Ti-lTTMr rilm.
practors. X-Ray and N. C M. New
Center St Valeterla. tel. 2t7.
RTTTTfl i1nn1 mJt 1 V1D
LET CLEANERS. 191 N. Com'L ever
Malik PiLRfrraTr! ro in MA-h
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Brelthaupt floriat. Si 2 State Street
Tel. 3 SO.
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work. Graber Bro 166 So. Liberty.
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kinds of woven wire fence, fancy and
hooka. Salem Fence and Stove Works.
-- vnemeitexa axreet . is. rlemlng.
Salem ScaveniPer. Tel. 17 or J29S.
WARREN F. POWERS
I At m nti General Tnniren
TeL 07. "
219 U. & Bank Bid.
21 Uasontc Bid. Phone Na SS2.
189 N. Hlrh Tel itti
Te5j2PIrXJ?,m vonPt eervtce.
KEUWSt HOWT, Court end Liberty.
TBTEJ NEW SALEM LAUNDRY
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Telephone 2 2(3 8. Hixh
CAPITAL CITT LAUNDRY -
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sua Furniture Company. .
GEO, C WU-Baaoe. Phena.
fraph-, -wwbw inachfishUtSS
and nJano stndies, lCrT phW
Httl Bank Bid. TeL. 11.
Reliable Gas Range
Burning- ROCKGAS. make !!erl
cooking equipment, tor particular,
PACIFIC ROCKGAS CO.
f2 Pacific Bide. PortLicd.
D. H. MOSIIER TaUor for men ar.d
women. 474 Conrt St.
CAPITAL City Transfer Co 2 IS
State St TeL Sit. Distributing. for.
waraJnic and atom ea ur rwlaiw rim
GUARANTEED WATCH REPAIR-S?v-
t,"Mny,,ck. THE JEWEL
BOX. 17 N. Libertx. Salem.
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l.'OSEPH BARBER REALTY CO.
SO. Grey Bid. Phone ?
SS4 N. High Et
HOMER D, FOSTER REALTY - CO
179 Stats St - TeL 142.
W. H. GRABENHORST CO.
114 a- Ubertr fit . JTeL 111.
GERTRUDE 3. 1L PAGB t--411
H. Cottage . . TeLTllt.
80C0L0FTCT Jk SON ; .
J04-I First Nat Bk. Bids, Tel 17.
11 N. Commercial. - - TeL IIS.
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441 UttEt. t IZZ: TeL tie.