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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2U920.
HE LEAGUE LEADERS
STAXDI-NG OF TEAMS
U. 8. National
1 - 1
, The Anderson and Brown quintet
team of the Commercial Basketball
league last night maintained their lead
.! ,oa another step toward cham
pionship honors, when they took the
14 to 1 2. From the start the game was
14tolp. From the start the gams was
hard-fought and close and the final
outcome was decided by a basket in the
last minute of play.
Hauser IS roe. had something or a
walk-away In the second game of the
evening and had little trouble In de
feating the United States National
bank aggregation, 2 J to 11.
Both games were spectacular from
the standpoint of floor work and shoot
ing and gave promise of more Inter
esting gomes to come. The next ganen
are scheduled for February 3, when
the Capital National and United States
National bank five will vie in the open
er and the Ilauser Bros, and Anderson
nd Brown squads meet for the second
game of the evening.
The lineups In last night's games
Anderson Brown Harra and
Drown, forwards; Conner, center;
Clark and Patterson, guards.
r " ' t n Hnrt anv
Socolofsky, forwards; Turner, center;
H . gunr's.
Rauser Brothers Hayes and Rheln
ha . ds; Springer, center;
jja ,i "-.ODiofsky guards.
United States National bank Har
rell and Lucas, forwardn;.Jaskoskl.
oenter; Dr. Utter and DcLapp, guards.
James Holland, head of a building
company of Eugene, was visiting
friends and attending to business mat
ters In Salem Wednesday.
Frank L. Haynes, 1376 Church St.,
lias been advanced in rating from ap
prentice teamau second class accord
ing to word received in Salem.
Freston t)oud, whose address wa
Dot obtained by police, wus knocked
down and slightly bruised shortly af
ter noon Wednosday by an auto driv
en by H. E. Olmntead, according to
police reports. The accident occurred
on State street between Cottage and
Winter, and was reported to police by
Declaring his willingness to re
nounce his allegiance' to the rullnn
government in Norway, John Knut
con of 975 D street, Salem, Mod his
first naturalization papers Tuesday.
Mr. Knutson was born In Hangesund,
Norway. He immigrated to the United
Btntes from Canada, July 6, 1915.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE
MONDAY, JANUARY 26
Seat Sale Saturday
Opera House Pharmacy
Oliver MoroHco Presents.
Excellent Supporting Cast
How To Secure Tickets Now
Address letters, make checks and
post office money orders payable to
If. C. Miirvln, Opera House Pharmacy
Add 10 per cent war tax to price
tickets desired. Inclose self-addressed
tamped envelopes to help Insure safe
lower floor 2.00
Balcony, first three rows Jt.60
Balcony, lust two rows J1.00
Gallery - ... 80o
Plus War Tax
HOWARD FOSTER PLAYERS
Salem's Favorites of the Spoken
Borne people think that western pho
todramns are always "shooting" pic
tures, but you'll find out the differ
ence when you see the most popular
Western Actor on tlto Screen
In Ills W Western Play
"A fight For Love"
Philip M. Holden orgenlzer for the
Tlmberworkers affiliated with the
American Federation of Labor, left
for Portland on a short business trip
Wednesday. Mrs. Holden (Emily
Phillips) accompanied her husband,
planning to visit friends in the Rose
In the J. II. Starr estate. Mary A.
Starr has been appointed administra
trix, by order of County Judge Bushey
issued Wednesday. Nellie E. Varley,
J. W. LaBare and E. N. Starr are
named as appraisers. Personal pro
perty valued at $ 1700 will be Inven
toried. The known heirs are' Mary A.
Starr. 41, wife of the deceased; Clar
ence Sylvester Starr and Clara May
Starr, both of whom are about 19
years of age and are adopted children
of the late J. N. Starr and of Sjry
A. Starr. .......
Contrary to Inferences and state
ments of councilman that the T. M.
C. A. is opposed to a municipal boxing
commission, or that it bad any part
In the recent petition asking the ap
pointment of a commission, James
Elvin, secretary of the "T" Wednes
day declared that the statements were
erroneous, and that the organization
he represents has taken no part In
Special meeting of Sa
lem lodge No. 4 A. F. A.
M. this evening. Work In
the F. C degree. Visitors
CARD OF THANKS
Mi friends, the staff and employes
brother Elks, for your constant devo
tion anr tender care snown mj
during her recent Illness and passing:
and for the lightening of my sorrows
weight by the trick oi irwnuwi.H.
an? nminotiitiic I tender to
you my deepest and heartfelt grati
tude ChaesS. Huddleston. 18
The Greatest Values
ARE ALWAYS TO BE FOUND AT THE
J. C. PEMMEY CO.
The quality of the merchandise will speak for itself. All we ask is a compari
son and you will see for yourself that quality considered our prices will be the
lowest on all lines The "Beauty of It Is" that they are not "ONE DAY"
specials", but especially low
Prices Any Day You Want Them
It Is All Dependable Merchandise
Note just a few prices ivenasasample:
Unbleached Muslin 1q q 39q Yd
Nainsook 17c t0 35c Yd
India Linon 17c to 35c Yd
Dimity . -25c to 29c Yd
Outing Flannel 29c
Berkeley Cambric-....-39c anfJ 42c Yd
Sheets, 72x90 98c and $1.68 Yd
Sheets, 81x90... $1.98 Yd
Pillow Case, 42x36 - ,...-25c Yd
Percales - 19c to 39c Yd
Ginghams 29c to 39c Yd
corsets ....$1.25, If 1.69. $1.98, $2.49
Do Not Overlook Our 5 adies' Ready-to-Wear
Corn Show at the Valley Motor Com
pany, State and Front
Fana J riihA
FORDSON DAY at the CORN SHOW
Friday January 23rd
Two Big Shows In One
The success of this particular tractor has been phenomenal. It has become the
successful farmers' necessity.
With the present price of hay, grain and labor, and the uncertainty of the
later, it is time to consider power farming. .
Ask any FORDSON owner what it costs him to farm with a FORDSON and his
low figures will surprise you.
PADT5?AMraSW0riareo opportunity to talk direct with
FORDSON owners and for FORDSON owners to exchange ideas
The FORDSON FAMILY will be out in force. If vou are a member of this
family or going to become a member, ask for a FORDSON button
. Do Jail t0 seo the wonderf ul film "Keep The Boy o nthe Farm" now show
ing at Bligh Theatre.
alley Motor Co.
What have you to seD
Best Prices Paid
W. E. Lucas
Ferry and liberty Sts.
.- . -T,;osi t.r Mrs. J. R.
The luoeM -
StA,uV who died at her . Tue.
dar will W neia -
from the Rosedale Friends church,
will b in the Rosedale ceme-
In addHton to thi verdict for $1060
damages recently awarded Mrs. Vio
i.t nrimm in her suit against B. Cun-
liham for alleged false arrest; a
cost bill amounting -to J120.20 has
been filed by Mrs. Grimm's attorneys.
t . . km inoinAM the travel ex-
ine cob r-
penses of six witnesses from Fort
land who attended the trial.
Following the reot-h.l T-
- r. . m..:
tion of the man, who several ni.
asv ciu uy muuea a last
quest that rigid watch be itsA
him, police - here are maintaining
strict patrol of all train yards, u
hoboe oamps. The description poiw
here received of the bandit h that u
is about ' 30 years old, weight m
pounds and is six feet-tall. His co.
plexion Is described as being li
' JOURNAL WAJJT ADS pAy
For Long Distance Auto Tracking
Willamette Valley Transfer Co
WE ALSO DO LOCAL HAULING.
$40 In Cash Given Away
Why should Salem people Buy Oregon made products?
In order to stimulate interest in Oregon Products week, Jan. 19th to 24th
Gale & Co. will give 10.00. in cash prizes for the best essays on the above
subject as follows:-
First Prize $15.00 Sixth Prize $1.00
Second Prize 10.00 Seventh Piize 1.00
Third Prize 5.00 Eighth Prize 1.00
Fourth Prize 3.00 Ninth Prize 1.00
Fifth Prize 2.00 Tenth Prize - 1.00
Rules that govern this contest: N -
x 1. Anyone residing in Oregon is eligible to compete for these prizes, ex
cept employes of Gale & Co. ' ,
2. Essays must be plainly written or typewritten, one side of paper being
3. Essays must not consist of over 300 words, y
4. Essay must be accompanied by the name and postoffice address of the
5. Essays must be received by Gale & Co., or deposited in the post office
properly addressed to Gale & Co., contest department, Salem, Oregon, on or
before 6 p. m. Saturday, January 24, 1920.
6 In awarding prizes the judges will consider: First, strength of reasons
given; Second, style and forcefulness of composition; Third, neatness and
JUDGES OF THE CONTEST In order to insure absolute fairness and
impartiality in awarding prizes, the following judges of the contest have been
selected: T. E. McCroskey, manager Salem Commrecial Club; R. J. Hendricks,
manager Statesman Publishing Co., and George Putnam, manager Daily
Prize winner's names will be announced in the daily papers as soon as
awards are made by the judges.
Address all answers to Contest Department
Gale & Company
Commercial and Court Streets Formerly. Chicago Store
Woodry's Auction House
270 North Commercial Street
Saturday, Jan. 24, SSSEl
NEW GOODS 2 9x12 beautifully designed axminster rugs; 1 42-inch top wax
ed oak extension table, round; 1 42-inch top mahogany finished extension table,
round; 6 waxed oak diners; 6 maple diners; 1 fine oak buffet; 1 sanitary couch;
2 oak sewing rockers; 1 waxed oak arm rocker, cane back; 1 oak chiffonier, plate
USED GOODS, LIKE NEW--1 tapestry settee and 2 chairs to match, like new;
2 oak dressers, plate mirrors; 2 lir dressers, plate mirrors; 1 large oak dresser
and bed to match; 3 oak stand tables; 2 upholstered walnut chairs; 1 fine box
spring; 2 felt mattresses and other mattresses; 3 box sewing machines; 1 nearly
new drop head sewing machine, 7 drawers; 3 nearly new iron springs; 1 nearly
new coil spring; 12 Yum Yum springs; 6 white enamel beds; 1 water power
w-shmg machine, like new; 1 hand power washing machine, like new; 3 square
Jning tables; 5 good ranges; 1 Hoosier cabinet, solid oak, like new; 1 oak cabinet;
1 home made writing desk and book case; assortment of home canned fruit, ex
tr enoice; enclvcopedia Brittanica and other books; lamps, churns, organ, small
tools, harness, horse collars, garden tools, and thousands of other things.
TERMS, CASH. BE ON TIME. BRING YOUR FRIENDS. EVERYTHING
OFFERED GOES TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER
NOTE: Woodry buys and sells everything for cash or will sell for you on com
F. N. WOODRY, Auctioneer
MIONE510OR5H - c., nREfiON.