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f Southern California Ranks
' First With 4' Members
: ; On Tiptop Squad r T
SAN FRANCISCO. Dec 4. -
(AP) Wasklngtorit State. Pacific
coast conference .football . cham
" - ptans, placed -taree men and Unl-
Yerslty- of Southern California
four oa thsAssodated Press' tilth
- annnal . ajloaat f ootbajl team.
makeup of which vti announced
tonight. ' V .-.
The team Is the concensus of
authorities - sports writers,
-conference eoaehes, same officials.
and football broadcasters.
- Oregon. Washington. California
- and St. Mary s each landed . one
Player on the first, team lineup.
- Oa the second eleren Wasbing-
ton - State.- Stanford. Southern
California. St. Marya and Oregon
State each gained two positions
w4th a Santa Clara man complet-
: ' ins; the selections. :
-.. Decisive Yoe Glren -
T Except In dno. Instance, those
. named were roted in deeisireiy.
The only position in which a eon-
test dereloned -was a nairoaca:
berth oa the second squad, with
Fres Stennett of St. Mary's nosing
out Carl Klllagsen of Washington
' State. . " ; .
Mel Heln, Washington . State
center, and Garrett Arbelblde.
U. S. C. end. were the most popu
lar players In the ballottlng. each
receiving all but one rote. John
Baker, Southern California ward,
claimed 37 rotee and Ernie Plnek
Vert. Southern California, won SS
rotes. In addition to receirins a
majority count, in the halfback
balloting. Johnny Kltxmlller. Ore
son star, earned rotes for the
quarterback and fullback posi
tions. Harlow Rothert of Stan-
ford also reeelred mention for all
backfleld positions on the - first
; team, meanwhile winning a place
on the second squad.
f All-Paclfle coast first and sec
ond teams: '
End Arbelbride, U. S. a; Me
Kalllp. Oregon State. :
- - Tackles Edwards. Washing
ton SUte; Hall. TJ. 8. C.
Guards ;Baker, TJ. S.C ; Fisch
er, St. Mary's.. - , . ;
Centers Heln. Washington
State: TassI, Santa Clara.
v Guards Beckett, California;
Colbert. Oregon. . ' . "
Tackles - Schwegler, Washing
ton: Ahlskog. Washington State.
Ends- Ebding. St. Mary's; Mas
ken, Washington State.
" Quarterbacks Dutfield, TJ. S.
C: Mohler. U. S. C. -
Halfbacks Pinckert. TJ. S. C.J
Maffatt. SUnford. : 5
Fullbacks SehwarU, Washing
ton State: Rothert. Stanford.
. Halfbacks Kltxmlller, Oregon;
' Stennett. St. Mary's.
Honorable mention; , ; v
I Ends Neil. SUnford; Hurley,
' .'Washington SUte: S per beck. St.
Mary's: Wilcox, U. S. C: Wellen-
dorf. U. C. I A.; Arery, Call
Tackles MeNally. St. Mary's;
Norfleet.' U. C. L A.; Ehrhorn,
Stanford: Kent, Oregon State;
Bogue, Stanford; Shaw, TJ. S. C;
Smith, TJ. S. C; Hunt, St Mary's;
Guards Jones. TJ. C." I. A.:
Handy, California; . G. Hurley.
Washington State; Murphy, St,
- Mary's; Hulen, Stanford; Parodl,
Washington SUte; Thompson,
Oregon State; , Lappenbusch.
Washington: Gorkey, Idaho; Cox.
.- Oregon state. . j
Centers Williamson. TJ. S. O.;
Wentworth. Washington; Ham
mer. Oregon State. '
Quarterbacks Marsh. Wash
ington; Boyle,: St. Mary's; Ton
kin. Washington State, r
.Halfbacks Elllngsen, Wash
ington SUte; Schaldach, Califor-
Bla; Apslt. U. S.C; Decker. TJ. C
Lb A.; Huford, Washington; Sher
wood. -Oregon SUte; Lain hart,
Washington State. .
Fullbacks Duncan. TJ. C. L. A.;
Mustek, TJ. S. C; Little, Oreson
BUCKAROOS TIE VANCOUVER
- : PORTLAND. Ore., Dec. 4
CAP) In a last minute burst of
power the PortUnd Buekaroos
tied ..Vaneourer for top y po
sition In the Pacific coast hockey
r league standing here tonight, to
. , defeating the Lions 3 to I.
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RED-HOT partisans of South
ern California still Insist
, that an erring official cost
the Trojans a triumph orer Notre I
Dame at Chicago last year. Aa it
was, : Knute Rockne's ',- Nomads
skinned through I with 1312
rictory. Tomorrow at Los Angeles,
the Southern Calif ornians will
seek rerenge with a ' team rated
eren more "'powerful than last
year's Trojans. And Rockne will
counter with what many experts
consider to be th sreatest of all
Notre Dame machines. What aa
exhilarating tilt; of 1930'a grid
cods that game should produce 1
The season's "song of songs"!
Rockne ra. Howard Jones I Two
extraordinary - teams prime for
their supreme efforts I Touchdown
tornadoes colliding! Chief claims
i MONMOUTH, i Dec. 4 (Spe
cial) Monmouth : high school
basketball season opened hereto-
night, when a boys team and a
girls' team played similar alum
ni teams. High school boys won
11 to IS and girls lost to the al
umnae 21-to 4J. Madelene Riley
was high scorer for the alum
nae. This team is largely com
posed of high school graduates
who are now attending the nor
mal school. j - ':-X -'
Promising material was seen
In the boys game but playing
was . ragged, because of lack of
practice. . -. Hockema . was high
scorer. 1 . ; .; r j J- - " ;
Team is Stricken
MONTREAL. Dec. 4.- (AP)
The baseball world today lost one
of Us leading figures, William
Prazer Baker, president of- the
Philadelphia National league club.
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i SOUTHEAJ VJH$t
COACH. Y m
WHOSE 5 X&2rx
fAces y -'j ;
THE ( (4i
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- AH cosiplela with tubes rrhiN ths lot IzzIa
' Supreme : Efforts
HARDIN BURNLEY- ;
to the national football champion
ship at stake! : . Li
Though Washington Stale beat
the Trojans, 7 6, in an early sea
son game, most experts agree that
Bvauwio - vuunu now uie
best team on the Pacific Coast,
even better than the Cougars who
conquered them by that 1 -point
margin. With that lone exception,
the Trojans hare derasUted all
other opposition. They hare faced
a tough schedule but it was not as
hard aa Notre Dame's. : ,
However, since both hare plen
teous ' reserres, which were em
ployed wisely, neither machine has
shown any signs of being "burnt
out." Both Bockno and Jones hare
at least two first-dans dereaa with
two more "greener" teams in re
serre that can be filtered in with
soma of 'the first string men or
tperaU on their own, ; The) fate
All-Star rTeams Ghosi a !
From WUlamette Co-elds
The girl's interclass basketball
series ended In a three way tie
at Willamette with the freshman.
Junior and senior-classes each
winning two games and losing
one. L; ' v ' . t-S
. An all-star team was chosen
from the rarlous teams by "Spec"
Keene, Les" Sparks and Profes
sor Jones. Buena Brown, Junior,
and Dorothy yieaher, senior, were
chosen . forwards. Rosalind Van
Winkle, senior, reeelred the hon
ors at . center.; . Isabel Morehouse,
who died of a heart attack In bis
suite at the R1U Carlton hoteL
He was (4 years, old and was sec
ond among the National - league
club presidenU In length of set-rice,
m. - .. f
Mr. Baker, Mrs. JSaker, his sec
retary, Jerry Nugent, and i Mrs.
Nugent, arrived hero Monday
night to attend the minor league
conrention. He apparently was In
good health,-although ho had been
under treatment' for a heart ail
ment for the past few months.
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vzij voy,vu. Tuics
of tomorrow's battle may hinge .
oa the way la which the famed
coaches manipulated their reserret
so as to produce the winning
punch la the proper situation.
: Carideo and .Cronia may take
turns directing the field play of
Notre Dame while Duf field and
Mohler will do likewise for South
ern California. But the general
strategy and tactics will bo prod '
nets of Rockne and Jones. - And
their duel of grid wiU will not bo
the least feature of the titanic Z
struggle at Los Angeles tomorrow
whether either is on' the sidelines
r not v ' '--.-.r
About all the art and magic that" '
distinguishes modern football
should bo exhibited in that gameJ
It will bo classic beyond eariLl
Sport bugs are all aquhrer wait-,
ing for the initial kkkeff. f
OwnUM. UM. tr KIM Tmtaam
freshman, was named all-star
side center. Muriel ' White ; and
Gdadys Jorgenson, both Juniors
were placed on the mythical team.
; Second Team Also Named
; An alls tar second team - was
also chosen and included: Mar
Jorie Moser, Junior; - and Helen
Pemberton, Jr., a freshman, for
wards; Nellie Badiey, junior, cen
ter; Edith Morange. senior, side
center; Mary White, freshman,
and 'Marrel ; ; Edwards, . senior,
guards. '.'. v' '
- One hundred points will be
glren to the girls who pUyed a
sufficient length of time prorld
ing they finish the semester with
a good scholastic sUnding. i In
addition to the girls named abore
are: Mildred Emmons. Lena Med
ler and Marian Brets, seniors; Es
ther Glrod and Mildred Lelghton,
junios; Gertrude - Beard, Lucille
Fisher, Esther Arnold, .Frances
Laws, Mario Led better, Doothy
Roseand Sylrla Da Boise, sopho
mores; and " Alyco Hummel, Ar
lene Keys. Edith Clement and
Wanda Veatch, freshmen.
tested free. . '
15 LfiDS iffi
Hank's Eleven" Shows VcH
His First Year;' Champs f
In West of State i
-,".V..- . 4
rifteen pUyers on : Coach
Hank's Parrish Junior high foot
ball team played the required
time to receiro t letters. - These
men shouldeed the brunt of the
attack - which carried Parrtsh
through a. season of aerea games
with no defeats.'. .."-" :J.
- Harold Hank f was J graduated
from Willamette in the spring of
USA and went through his first
season of coaching without defeat
thus carrying on the -victories in
which ho shared during his col
lego athletic career under rSpec"
Keen. Hank started the season
with largo turnouf . of -green
men. Constant tWllingin funda
mentals at the start garo the
men a knowledge , of -football
Which - permitted a clerer attack
to bo Introduced Uter. .When It
came to punting or passing or any
other part of the game. Hank was
not content to hare the. players
dajt fair. Ho Insisted that they
do if la. the-proper way and. prac
tice until it came natural ia a
game. ' '' 'i::k ' : l-
- Splendid Record Mado , ?
- . The teams defeated during the
seasoa were; McMinnrille, lt-4;
Leslie, U-9 ; McMinariUe, 1 1- ;
Sllrerton high seconds, - 1S-0;
nsllaa hlrh aeeonds. 14-11; Lea-
11 g-0; Medford, 7-0 The de
fnaf ATfir Medford lunlor hlzh
garo Parrish the championship of
practically - all tne western pan
of the suto. .
Parrish scored 103 noinU to
1 s for the oimonemts In the leren
games. - Nicholson led In the ln
diridnal scoring gathering . si
points to his credit which " was
practically half the points made.
Perrine. nlarlnz ouSrterback came
next scorlnr 46 points. Perrine
also thew passe ;v for , sereral
tAnrhdowna and trtaa for .oolnU.
Meyers mado pdnU and Victor
Dejarain made one.
- Those who reeelred awards are;
Vera DeJardln, k Cross, 1 Meyers,
- Aawnclf. mrlr.. "Vlntnr Tl Jr.
din, Hobbs, Nicholson, Campbell,
Don Cross, Green,; Perrine, Saun
ders, WiUel and Moody. Out of
mi wnoie numoer only tnree wui
retnrn next rear. '..Those return
ing are Vera DeJadia who plays
center, Don cross an ena ana
Meyers who played fullback.
In Hollywood ; league bowling
Wednesday night. Star 'Meat Mar
ket . lost two games to MacMarr
Stores and won one,-5 2 8, 6S0. 7SS
to 2, 6C5, 708, leering Mac-
Marrs stu line underdog.
..... araja iqut luuxr
Sola HO , 157 18 4.1X
Harye ., 11 104 US S4S
Htrtttr 00 : TS 19 81$
Baafort 10 tl 170 S8S
BrtklM .,, 117 133 1ST SB
sss ..seo I7S' lies
MAO MASS STOXZS
Ds O'Briaa 108 111 114 889
Kief tl 1S8 108 153 SSO
Jalr Its la 111 HI
Max O'BriM 1 ' 125 1S1 S8S
Baker 183 131 , 13S ' Sl
.as ses r 70s aon
Win First Game
: l In Class Series
" DALLAS, Dec. 4 The Dallas
Rooks pulled a7 surprise here
Wednesday afternoon and defeat
ed the sophomores 14 to 10. This
was the first: "of the interclass
basketball games to bo played
this year. .The .. gamo was bard
fought but rather clumsy with
lots of fouls and poor, playing.
Frack of the freshmen was put
out for four personal fouls and
two others In ' the game had J
each.. : v-." "S"
i The next game , to be played
will bo Monday ' afternoon be
tween the seniors " and Juniors.
Each ,' class " plays - erery other
class and the winner Is determin
ed on a percentage system. The
seniors and junior teams both
aso the sono defense taught here
the : last two : years : by Dare
Wright' " ' --'?v::-.
The game Monday will prob
ably be the closest with the. leaat
scoring of the season. Both jun
iors and seniors hare a strong ot
fensire but both also are good on
the defense. In the gamo between
these teams last year for the
championship the seniors won by
a on point margin. ,
BBHM MMM MMHMWHie ' '' '
Boy Scouts End :
New Phone Books
Distribution of the new tele
phono books will be completed
hero today, according to word
from the local .offices of the Pa
cific Telephone and - Telegraph
company. Boy Scouts are han
dling the distribution In Salem,
and had practically all the books
changed last night,; after two
days work. 7
lst .of the books to - other
points In the county will bo sent
out today. In addition to the Sa
lem and Marlon county districts,
the local office has charge of the
1,000 books which will go to pa
trons in Dallas. Independence,
Monmouth and rails City.
A slight increase is reported la
the books distributed, with S.106
for Salem.. 1.0 is for rural parts
of the county, and 2,000 for the
VM STORES IE
' 7J9 AVfiELES. DeC;(AP)
-Notre Dame's gridiron 'Gren
adiers dropped into ine uauu
rolo of short enders In the bet
ting odds here : today, with their
football frolic with : the TJnlrer
slty of Southern CaUfornla only
two days away. :'ir-Jy
Reports from Tucson, v i Arts.,
where the Ramblers were glren a
couple of secret practice-sessions,
that ; Xarry. Mulllns. - fuUback.
might not be able to sUrt th
game, was glren as the basis for
the shift of farorltlsm t on - the
marta to the ,TroJana , from ; the
Irish. , ' '.:!!. - ' 'J : i:"."'-.-'
- Strengthening this trend was
the apparent certainty that Coach
Howard Jonea' chief absentee,
Ralph .Wilcox, left end, would bo
able to start the-, game gigantic.
The Influence of Coach Knute
Rockne's statement that bis California-
bred fullback- would not
bo able-to start, was shown in the
wagering which took a definite
stand at 10 to t la faror of 8. C
but the Trojan board: of strategy
lent no oar to the tidings of woe
from Notre Dame as they put tho
men. of Troy . through another
snappy session , on ..defense. m c .; j '
JTO TOP POSIIil
Fleener Bowlers Downed by
' Pjn Outfit i 1
Defending what seemed a pre
carious top-of-the-league ; . posi
tion, Cherrolet Cub - bowlers last
night ' double-chained theraselres
to - their hard-earned '-. first place
for some time to come by downing
Fleener Electric three to nothing,
917, 833, 929 to 811, 78?, 891.
This was In the nature of scrap
for first position but Fleeners will
now drop to at least third. The
Cubs scores high series of 3879
and team game, 929. ! ' i
Commercial Body Shopr yan
Quished Wood-Wheaton, former
ly Oakland-Pontlae. three to noth
ing,. 244, 782. 818 to 1 745, 710.
887. - This will leare ! the auto
men In about the same league
position and hoist the body shop
aggregation Into second place.
In their weekly tussle for the
rung abore the cellar Pacific
Telephone men put away General
Petroleum corporation two to
one, 808. 858, 727 to 788, 693,
790, trading places In standing.
- High lndirldual series " - score
waa made by DeMerrltt with the
Cubs and high - game by ! Elsen
brandt, same team, 671 and 210.
Doubleheader wad being played
only by Cherrolet Cubs' and Com
mercial Body- Shop. the :- other
tOama planning; to make op the
round lost Thanksgirlng night at
a later date. :
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J&eJtUMa , , 161 . 188 ISO ' 4S
Calbaa . 1SS . 1ST ISO S14
HtUe 111 1ST 136. 411
WkiU i. 1ST 15 lit 450
Woliaia i4 1S1 . 164 ' SIR
Ttols ' ,' .... SOS S5S 7JT SS
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ozanoux, rzraoutnc coxr.
Parria ,,.,,,. la 107 1SS - 4SS
r. BcfcaMt , ,162' 14T ISO 489
Orhi . 14S: 180 1TO 47S
1 Bi 144 lie 1SS l8S
AllUoa . Ill 19S 147 , t 461
.75 89$ T90 3239
. - CHXTKOLET CtTBS r'"
All , 18T ' j 147 10
DUrit4 205 181 H5
Brew .- ,m , ,,. 204 148 1T1
Lier iu i7t
-111 188 210
-SIT 823 S38 267S
- rxEznx kxctkio
Tylr , . , 153 156" 14T
PlMBce .,,.111 147 171
Tarn.U 166 , 163 217
Ellia ... , ,, 157 175 - 16T
Karr ' . ,.,,,. .... SIS 146 . IBS
-611 78S S91
oomrgncTAT. boot chop
PeUm , ,. ,. , 211 166 173
Hamad ' ; 14S 1ST
U. Have 1 . ISO 183 v 15
Etui , , . ,. i ...146 120 161
pr- no ii 7
- S44 763 SIS S51S
Zyaeh 149 15 188 44S
nooa i ia iia ixb , 891
Lwi , ,. 178 I 170 . 127 , 470
, . , 146 . . 120 157 - 42S
. .,-,.120 14S . 120 ' - S90
jtir noesT two
To Query Lone
Klamath conntr officials
in Salem yesterday interriewlng
subs uorim umcon, wno ;is tne
state's nrinclnal witness 1 1n th
ease of Don Nacker, who is eharg-
ea wnn ui muraer 01 Fred Dun
bar at Crescent Lake sereral
months ftgo. Nader's trial -will
OPen in . Klamath eanntr
Monday. -. ;
Mlaa Bacon refused to make
any statement in connection 'with
mo uuemsw. Officials said she
was the only witness to ti
murder. Miss Baeon is employed'
in mo Kennei-Eiiis photographic
stndlo here. . 1
SIn Pes Lloines
.Ilr. and Un. . TTnM' ti.i,
who hare made, their home here
the past two years left yesterday
for the middle west expectjar to
establish their home fa De
Moines. Iowa. If r.
sentaUro of Halsey, Etnart ft Co.
ouua bouse ana cos atslgnsient to
J9M Kouies comes as a promotion
to him." AS hia farmer hum. .
In Cttumwa, Mr. BUke Is well
pleased with the prospect of re
turning to Lis boas stats cf Iowa,
CUBS PUT RIVETS
Brilliant 69's Shot to Open
Frisco Tourney; Egan
t :Qf MedforoV Out 1 4
SAN FRANCISCO, " Dec.' 4.
API Shooting two brilliant 81s,
Harry Cooper of Chicago led the
field with a m today In the 38
hole qualifying trials of the 17500
San Francisco open match play
golf , tournament. ;
. Coopera rounds," one orer the
lake'eourso and. the other orer the
ocean links of the Olympie club,
each wero two under par. He .fin
ished 1 three strokes, ahead of
Frank Walsh; another ; Chicago
pro, who posted rounds of 70-71
HL'1 .V'-' '' ' r ;, "'
Horton Smith of CragstonaCoun
try club. New" York, qualified
with o-74 1. while Gene Sar
asen of the Flushing Country
club. Long Island. N. T.. a former
national open champion," turned
In 71-71144. v.
' I' ' Ex-Champ la High M
Another "former national : open
chSmpion, Tommy ; Armour - of. De
troit, won a place In the select 82
Who will continue in the tourney,
with 7571 148. ; . r . -
c Only 'three amateurs qualified.
They were Jack Wolf, San Fran
cisco, with 73-78-149;- Malcolm
McNaughton; who attends SUn
ford unirersity and whoso honie
is Portland. Ore., 77-72 141. ana
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potted planta OSCAR D. (Frosty)
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oa Rirer Drive. IS hole watered fair
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REETEB GOLF, drlrlng prpctlee,
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II Tears Salem's Leading Auctioneer
and Furniture Dealer
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Turkish baths and massage. B. R.
LiOgan. -itiepoont ait. - ntw duu.
R. D. Barton National - Batteries
-Starter and generator work. Texaco
station, cornet court and Cliurcn.
' LLOYD -E. RAMSDEN Columbia
Bicycles and repairing, 187 Court. .
- The best In Mcycles and repairing.
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7IIXUnTTT IM3, AGEICT
aaoaie EiJg. Af ttr
John MeHugh, San Francisco, 74-
rfhreo other outstanding ama
teurs, H. Chandler .' Egan, Mcd-
ford. Ore.; John Dawson, Chicago,
... a w. . r w
and jacK nenue, isooie neacu.
Car., failed' to qualify. Egan,
twice former national amateur
champion, had - a 79-84 13;
Dawson had a 74-84158 and Ke
vin, had 77-84 161.. .Ten tied
for the last two places with 181.
Tn th nlaroff. George ron Elm ot
Detroit stayed In the running by
taking, su 4 .on th,e extra hole.
Three others,, .tied with 5s, will
break the"3ekdlock tomorrow.
PEE-V.'EE GOLF FOR
mas of to
A miniature golf tourney Is to
bo held among the members ot
the Lions club at the Golf Grotto
starting next week. The- matches
will be 18-hole match play. A eup
Is being. offered by the Lions club
sport committee for the winner
and a prise will be offered by the
Golf Grotto for the runner-up.
The following : .hare been
matched for the first round:
Ralph Kletsing rs W R. New
myer. - Leland Smith rs. B. D. Bedee..
. Chas. Hudkins rs L. II. Spring
er; ' - -
Merrill D. Ohling rs Frank
Doollttlo. - . ' .
. Edw. Acklln rs Frank Neer. .
W. W. Rosebraugh rs-Clifford
Carl Emmons rs Newell Wll-
Frank Lynch rs Harold Eakln.
611k undies, vnerltgees. pajamas,
dance sets, shorties,- and hosiery.
HOWARD CORBET SHOP, 15 N.
Liberty, -.. ' I
Mra Geo. It Alden, 710 N. Church
Bt IIRICCT IMPORTER. OK ORIEN
TAL ART WARE: Fetts rug's Unnd
wrougbt Brasses and Jewelry from
China. Linens. Rock Crystals from
Japan. Randbloclced prints from India.
Books, stationery, bill folds,' writing
portfolios; fountain pens, desk st,
brief caaea, pen and pencil sets, book
ends, books and nmti for tbe kid
dles. ' Christmas Wrappings. COM
MERCIAL BOOK STORE.
THE NEW RALKM LAUNDRY
THE WEIDER LAUNDRY
Telephone 2S . . 282 a Iltgh
CAPITAL er'L-r LAUNDRY
"We Wash Everything In Lu."
Telephone I1CI 1214 Broodwnr
New sprlnf-fllled mattresses re tn li
ed directly from factory to you. Capi
tal City Bedding Co. Tel. 1. 3U39
North CapltoL .
GEO. C WILL Pianos. Phono
graphs, sewing machines, sheet muiio
and piano studlea Repairing phono
graph and sewing machines. 32
Ptwe titreef. Cinlem.
Ererythfng tn office soppTtea Com
mercial Book Store. 183 N. Cora'k
w -- -rj 01 SOT IXFUESJ
Ccorn. tin Se paper hant nc tin U n Mm
lT-f ri'NTsT? sflT tPW ariSA-a a. a
w"-. nrimniy wnrgmnn.
PLUMBING and . HEATING
DT TTtrirMl.'.i..S a. -
Wnrlt- tTirfiKakv' twi ill a. T ik.
TM. M. " "
PLUMBING & SUPPLIES"
nff rAsvas a1trvtKlvsw eanfai fl se an
PommwrlM. Tel. 8700
, - -.w.i.xn, carol, nsmpn-
Printing, call at The Statesman IVInt
ing Department, 21S a CommerciaL
Teiepnone ROO. . -
. which iid. eerrice, every
type radio. 1295 N. llth. Tell lihC.
William BecMel-O. E. WUllims.
xy a rm - 1 ... M
rOR sawsfrv nui-vi4man 9m
wA II sTf Sin1n4 ran D4U fflC.i
STOVES and afava nnMn
for sale, rebuilt and repaired. All
kinds of woven wire fence, fancy and
ooka Salem Feoce and Stove Works,
it-m-wyra WTree?. K. K. Klemlnir.
D. H. MOSHER Tailor for men
nd women. 4 74 Oonrf f t.
B4 irmntrer CsX tit
C A tl A T aa .
Get ou? rates. Z -c"uiy.
FOR local or 4Iatn fM.r..
age, call 3121, Larmer TraaaXer Co.
TnoV to Portion i-r -a
makes.. Tt 33I&. ' au
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