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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1919.
MM PiN Mil GUY BATES POST
OF FIRST VICTORY ! IN "MASQUERADER"
OH SATURDAY GAl! AT GRAND TONIGHT
Can Coach Hurgiss' Oregon Agri
cultural college aggregation of foot
ball artists stave off the sting of going
through an entire season without the
sting of a score sheet which shows no
That, in a nutshell, Is the question
which followers of the Aggie team are
asking themselves as the dates of the
University of Oregon and AVashlngton
State college games draw near, lu
these two elevens the Aggies are meet
ing the two premier teams of the west
and their only hope of keeping out of
the cellar lies in their ability to chalk
up at least one win.
Naturally, their principal efforts are
being directed at a victory over Ore
gon, their traditional rivals, and thev
can be expected to put up a bitter flghl
in the annual state classic, which Is the
principal event of the university's
komecoming exercises, Saturday aft
ernoon. That they will be able to win,
even with their, team ut its strongest,
is stretching the "dope"' to an unjusti
fiable extent. '
Oregon's men, with the exception of
"lfrick" Leslie, who can be ably re
placed by Calllson at center, are little
the worse for their hard game with
Washington State last Saturday, and
the lemon-yellow lineup will present
an array of seasoned veterans to O. A.
C. The Eugene backflcld is possessed
of considerably more punch than Har
glss' lads have yet given any indica
tion of harboring and the kicking of
Steers will be a big factor In keeping
the orange and black out of the Ore
gon danger zone.
Oregon should win by a margin of at
least two touchdowns, critics of the
gridiron game say, but two touchdown:!
" ' , : , J , 1. u h v f"Kh with his public, being rated and
warriors unless their line Is materially ' ' ' .,,,.. ,
strengthened over what it was last
miMUM' i 1 illlli'
OUY' BATES POST
Guy Hates Tost needs no introduc
tion to the playgoers of America. As
an actor of brilliance, magnetism and
human emotions he has always kept
GRIDIRON FAMILY AFFAIRS
Brother against brother.
That will be the unusual situation in the center of the line -when
Yale and Princeton meet November 15th.''
Capt., Tim Callahan, Tale star center, will buck against his big
brother Mike who snaps the ball back for the Tigers.
Brothers on the same team are numerous this year.
Harvard has a pair in the Horweens Ralph the star back and
young Arthur a promising second string man.
The Wells twins are a notable example at Yale. One is pay play
ing In the backfield on the "varsity" while the other Is on the line
of the sub eleven.
The JVllller brothers hold down the flank positions at Penn
sylvania. Both are real stars. Heinle, former Quaker captain is a
veteran while Ray Is playing his first year on the big eleven.
Northwestern has twins on the end of the line the Morrows
and both of whom are able players.
Vahn Urges Trade ! American Delegation
With, Germans Resumed; At Peace Meet Leaves
New York, Nov. 12. Immediate re
sumption of trade with Germany by
export from the United States of food
stuffs and raw materials urgently
needed by that country was urged last
night by Otto H. Kahn, banker, at a
dinner of the council of foreign re
Kahn declared it unnecessary to
await ratification of the peace treaty
and said self interest should direct
American Industry towards this course
Paris, Nov. 12. The supreme coun
cil of the peace conference was for
mally notified today of the intention
of the American delegation to leave
Paris for the United States December
The council today notified Premier
Venizelos, Greece will be allowed to
continue its occupation of Smyrna
One of the largest bears to oe re-
I ported killed recently was sho" 'es-
terday by August Q. Schroeder, i.e ir
;the home of Hugo Meyer, four mi'ts
' east of Kingston. The bear weighed
iwhen dressed, about 400 pounds, was
! seven feet from tip to lip, and 0
inches across the shoulders.
I The bear had been preying on the
sheep at the Meyer ranch, coming up
to the pen not more than 30 yn.rds
from the residence. The hunt for (lie
besat began yesterday morning whn
it was seen to lift a big sheep ovtr a
four-foot fence, and start off into ihe
brush with its victim. Mr. ScVroedir
Mr.- Meyer and Tracey B. Pricha'd
armed themselves and started in nui--suit.
They treed the bear, Schroeder
wounded it with a revolver. A rifle
was then used to -finish him. The bear
was very fat, Indicating that his quest
for food In that vicinity had not been
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street, has been issued by the city re
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tative cost of the home will be $2500.
Miss Pearl Saltzman at Hood River
Saturday broke all packing records
When she packed 140 boxes of apples
in four hours and 40 minutes. The
average packer will not pack that mini
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Grand Opera House
Coming in all its completeness,
headed by America's greatest ac
tor, Howard Walton Tully (James
G. Peedeyer, Mgr.) Presents
In the season's greatest dramatic
Prices $1.00 to $2.50
Reserved seats now on sale at
Opera House Pharmacy
a Clear, Bright Day Tomorrow by
'Cascarets" for Liver and Bowels .
week. Pullman plowed goodly holes
In the lemon-yellow defense and the
Aggies may find this weakness their
Saturday's game is to be the keynote
of the Aggies' sued wes for the season,
it there are to be any. Unless they can
detent, or hold Oregon to a tie there Is
little useot them attempting to lower
the V. S. C. colors when they -meet
"Welch's men in Portland a week later.
Cleveland, Ohio, Nov. 12. Matt
Hinlile, local fight promoter, aniioun.
ccd today he had about completed ne
gotiations for a 10-round battle hure
on November 25 between Johnny Noy.
es of Minneapolis and Cal Deluney of
Cleveland, The boys are to weigh In at
135 pounds at 4 o'clock In the after
noon about 5 hours before the right.
Columbus, Ohio, Nov. II. Jamaica
KI1 was given the decision over ,Kld
l'atiillo, local negro heavyweight, aft
er 15 rounds of terrific milling lust
resoected as the foremost player of
this generation. His last transconti
nental tour was in "Omar'and any of
the many who were so fortunate as to
!see his really wonderful performance
of the well known classic will ever
cherish that memory.
In startling contrast was his "Omar"
with his present success "The Masquerader.-"
Richard Walton Tully who
gave us "Omar" also produced this
latest success and a wider differenta
tlon could not have been found. It is
difficult to imagine what the dual role
so deftly and Intelligently handled by
Mr. Post, would be, in the hands of
a lens accomplished actor. Mr. Post's
preeminence contributes his wonderful
Impersonations in "The Masquerader"
plainly points to the shouldors where
on the mantle Of the late Richard
Mansfield have fallen. It is a credit
to his high talents us an actor that
I playgoers have gone to see him time
Sanrtagaln In this success. In fact dur
ing both h New Xork and Chicago
engagements popular requests caused
those engagements to be extended un
til he rounded out a year In New York
and six months in Chicago and pre
vious bookings, In both Instances
caused engagements to be brought to a
Conies to the Grand opera house for
one performance tonight only.
ene- jlng Cascarets tonight. "Cascarets are
and Rn ..lonimnt ut harmless. Thev anever
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Drive away those persistent
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gas. Feel splendid tomorrow by tak- while you sleep. - (Adv)
Syracuse, N. V Nov. II.1 Benny
Vulgar, featherweight, outpointed
"Young" Michaels, lightweight, In ten
rounds hero last night.
.Minneapolis, Minn., Nov. 11. Pal
Moore earned a shade over Mike Urtle
in ten rounds of their bantamweight
fight before a big American I.oglon
rowd last night. Iocnl papers gave
Bi'tle the shade.
Bob Martin, A. R. F. heavyweight
thamplon, knocked out Jack Mornn in
three rounds of a senatlnnal fight.
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Headaches are caused by auto-Intoxication
which means self poison
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toxins, sucked Into the blood so fast
that It Congests in the smaller arter
ies and veins of the head, producing
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New Y;rk, Nov. 12. Joe Racket, j called headache. You become nerv-
Knullsh heuvywelght champion, will ou. despondent, sick, feverish and
tall for America early In Docember. miserable, your meals sour and nl
nccorillnir to Ceorce Dwver. who la most nauseate you. Then you resort
handling the nffairs ot Jimmy Wilde, j o acotnnllld. aspirin or the bromides
Ihe flyweight champion, now vlsltlnsr
kere. Dwyer says Shat Beckett has
asked him to act as his manager when
he arrives here, some time before-IPs
first of the year.
In speaking ot Dackett, Wildo niid:
"He Is the most improved heavy
weight I have ever seen box In Kn4
fcind. Ills specialties are houl; blows."
Wilde corrected the impression that
Frefl Fulton, the lAmerlcnn heavy
weight who has been after Bncltott for
a match, is not well thought of in
r.ngland. "Wilde referred to hi n as be
fng the best "heavyweight In Rmr
knd." . -otiSSiSa
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Ask your, pharmacist fur a quarter
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If you aren't feeling your best, if
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Indigestion, biliousness, constipation
or sour, acid stomach, begin the phos
phatml hot water cure to rid your sysJ
tern of toxins and poisons. (Adv)
Coming to THE OREGON THEATRE for
four days starting NEXT SUNDAY. In or
der to take care of our patrons, we will, run
a continuous show each day.
New York, Nov. I 2.--( United I'iwn
The "shine ball" and the "spltler"
will not die without a struggle. The
rules committee of the National league,
which will meet soon on n call to sign
the death warrant of freak pitching
delieveiles. will llkelv hear several
pleas for the condemned art.
Home magnates are not wilUna to
see legislation enacted that will prac
tically drive off the mound such pitch
ers as Rndnloh of the !p-fi"cs. Proffer
of li'-ooltl-'". I'lle- and Fisher of the
Reds end VonH of Ft. Tenuis.
Rven more opposition may he ex- I
pected from Aniclean leimie quarters;
v. here there Is ever a larger number of j
so-called "freak artists."
. A compromise may be effected. A i
slow killing process by which young- j
Kters would be discouraged from using .
the shiner, spilter, etc., jvould be gen- j
ernllv 'avo.ed and would eventually
hrlng about the desired effect.
Springfield, Mass., Nov, 12. Repre
Kentatlves of practically nil tpe minor
league officials of this country and
Canada are assembled here today for
the nineteenth annual meeting.
M. II. Sexton of Rock Island, 111,,
president of the Minor League associa
tion, came to the meeting prepared to
upport the draft rule, which, however,
lias the opposition of practically all the
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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL
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Salem's Greatest Women's Apparel Store
Greatest of All Suit Sales
Choice of Anv Suit in the House
Regular Values up to $75
It is but stating a well known fact,
when we say that at no other store
in Salem will you see such a display
of Suits, the season's smartest
models;1 in a' wide rrange of styles.
There are tailored suits with shorty
or long coats some trimmed with
braid and rows of buttons in pre
vailing colors. There are suits of
Velour, Broadcloth, Silvertone,
Peach Bloom, Tricotine, Serge and
other materials, all sizes including
Suits for stout figures and little
women, all offered during this re
markable sale reagrdless of cost or
former selling price Come early
for first choice.
Women's Winter Coats $16.50
Smart new belted and semi-fitting models, some with large convertible collars, de
signed for service. Meltons, Kerseys, Cheviots, Velours and Mixtures. $25.00 val
ues, sale price - $16.50
Misses acd Women's Coats $24.75
Here are a lot of Women's and Misses'
new Coats, some with simple belt ex
tending all the way around -and loose
cape-like backs have large collars and
cuffs. Collars and close fitting styles
and there are crossed collars fastened
with ornamental button at the back. All
the new shades of brown, grey, blue and
Ccats, worth reg. $29.50
Coats, worth reg. $32.50
Coats, worth reg. $35.00
New Winter Coats $34.75
At this price the variety is so large that
no woman need have the slightest dif
ficult in finding a style to please her
individual taste. Coats for all occasions,
with collars of self material, fur or
plush. Belted coats and coats slightly
fitted at waist. All jfopular materials
and every desirable color.
Reuclar values $42.50 Sale Price
Regular values $45.00.. .djOC
Regular values $47.50..... . w
National Blouse Week A Real American Blouse Sale Event Ending November 15
Dainty New Waists Of Georgette
Look wiiere you will you cannot find a -larger
or better assortment of beauti
ful waists. In Georgette crepe alone
we show any number of handsome mod
els, both in fancy and tailored effects.
Make it a point to see these new models.
Specially priced $5.75 up to $17.50
New Georgette Waists $3.98.
An exceptionally beautiful lot of Georg
ette waists made to sell at a much high
er price. Some are daintily embroid
ered and finished with silk binding,
have them in all sizes. Special $3.98
Good quality voile waists. Special for
this sale ! $1.58, $2.45 and $2.98