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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL MONDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1920
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OREGON FIVE ONCE
MORE, SCORE 38-22
. Playing a class of basketball that
demonstrate them to be among the
hext team la the conference, the I nl
weraity of Oregon quintet took the ec
ond of their two-game writ with the
Willamette Bearcats on the Eugene
floor, by the score of SS to 22. Satur-dty-night.
During the first half Coach Ma
tlierni' la-is played the lemon yellow
warriors to a standntlll and the end of
tliiit period showed the score a tie,
12-12. Neither team, however, show
ed any "el:uu" during the early part
of the game and bot sides missed re
peated shots from the floor.
Oregon's come back started with the
opening whistle ill the second period
and they steadily Incerased their lead.
Villi unbroken regularity they worked
the ball down the floor and always haa
one 6r two meen loose and ready to
shoot, in the neighborhood of the bas
ket. Their exhibition of team play
during their period was nearly perfect.
The tendency of Referee Orannis to
M the game go was responsible for
Making It the roughest yet played In
by the l'.earcats and fouls were fre
quent (is the battle became more heat
.,,1 firnimn'a exnerlem-e showed here
in a marked degree and the men kept
their heads In spite of the rough
ness. J tckson, held, back under the bas
ket by Mathews, and McKltterfcK
were the Willamette stars of the even
ing, while Durno and Chapman were
the satelites for the lemon yellow.
Sanrock After Alexander
Will Ml to a Tiaish
I Crud Shamrock, local fighter In the
Aatherweight class, who recently took
I part In a short bout at the Elks' club
hs anxious to acquire fame or disaster
I for himself and is challenging any
'ruan of his weight (120 pounds) for a
Ilea round go. Shamrock has evidently
j decided to combine business with
pleasure for he stipulates that he will
"get his man' 'if his opponent must
I "put up or shut up" In placing the
encounter upon an attractive basis.
The local scrapper has been out of
tl.e game for two years, but says that
he is getting back Into shape fast. In
connection with his challenge. Sham
rock seems anxious for a return bout
v.ith Haul Alexander whom he fought
with at the Elks club go. Shamrock
and his sparring partner Max Hafter
engaged In a four round bout at the
Herrin shooting match, Sunday.
Ottawa, III., Feb. 2. Jeff O'Connell,
a one-time contender for the English
lightweight pugilistic championship,
died at his home here today of pneu
monia. O'Connell's last ring appear
ance was five years ago. He was 30
London, Kelt. 2. Temporal, auth
ority is essential to the Sultan of
Turkey and he should be allowed to
remain in Constantinople as caliph of
the faithful, acoortlltig to Emir All,
Indian prlvey counclllnr, who for the
l.irit 45 ycuis has liaeld many offices
"The proposal to drive the Turks
out of Constantinople Is a roiiresHloii
to religious fanaticism und , If the
Turkish administration Is removed
from the city the bitterest resentment,
will manifest Itself in India and. all
AluKSulinan countries," he suys.
About seventy million Hiinni Jloa
1 1 m and twelve million Shall Mus
lims In India, ho says, are In ngree
Ment as to the miliun's continued rule
After suylug that the principles of
l.-biiii lire fundamentally opposed t
bi lHlievlsiu, the Kiulr goes on:
"Maintenance cf temporal author
ity of the ninth la essential. Ilia teiu
IMiial and spiritual power can not be
W'paruteil. Moslems were assured in
the lale war thai, the callphale would
not lie Interfered with and Unit Con
stantinople, Thrace and tho homeland
l the Turkish race would remain In
their hands; and on this ntmiiriinco
Mnlmniniortan troops bore their full
mime of the fighting in various regiments."
REPLACE LOST BOO,
The public library would appreciate
the gifts of current ptrlodlcals to re
place those lost In the rooent fire. The
following are missing for six months,
June to lieceniber, 111 19; Literary 1)1
(ju.tl, Living. Aa, Missionary Kevlew
of the World, Nation, National tleo-
Kiaphkial, New Kepubiio, OutlooK,
tieribners. Hiinset, Survey, and System.
Ollicts are missing for the entire
year, 1919; Collier's Country tlentle
Iniui, Country Life, lelineator, Elite,
Independent, Ladles' Home Journal,
Music and Musicians, (luting, Popular
HelencB Monthly, Saturday Evening
Tost. School and Society, Scientific
American Supplement, Thoosophlcal
l'ath, Tuochstone, Woman' Home
Companion, Wold's Work, i
The following are lost for two years,
and 11119: Medical Sentinel
Modern 1'rlsclla, lied Cross Magaxlns.
MiHseellaueotis older Kilunies which
!id been bound were lost, of tho fol
lowing publications: Nation, New He
public. Outing, Outlook. Scientific
American, Technical World, Worfd
Work, World Today.
PLANS FOR DWELLINGS
IN HIGH SCHOOL WORK
Plans for CO dwellings of the com
munity type, constitute part of the
work of the night classes at Salem
High school. Three types of cottages
are Included In the plans, the design
ing of which has been left to K. W.
Uuckert and students In the archi
tectural drawing. Mr. Heckert, as
head of this department has discov
ered several promising architects
among the class personnel and the
plans produced will vie In Innovation
and utility with blue-prints from old
The cottages are planned by an
Oregon lumber concern In connection
with the construction of a workmen's
village near one of the large mills.
The buildings are of the cottuge-bun-
galow typo and when completed will
be modern in detail.
In the night classes attending the
Salem high school are several part
time students, who ure taking advan
tage of the state's educational pro
visions, by taking nn Industrial course
In addition to regular dally employ
SALEM Neil QUINTET
IN 3 GAME CIRCUIT
The Salem high school basketball
team will go to McMinnville Tuesday
night, where they will play a return
game with McMinnville high school. In
their first gam Salem was victor with
a score of 24 to 13.
The Salem high school team is get
ting well Into the season with a goon
record, having won four of the five
games played. On Friday, the boys
leave upon another loop trip, playing
Eugene high school that night and re
maining over for a contest with the
Oregon freshman, Saturday. Should
Salem win their second contest with
Eugene high, they will have another
opponent to deal with and that is Al
bany, Salem' only defeat during the
present season was administered by
this school, which also recently defeat
The regular lineup: A. Gill. Shne-
fer, Boise, E. Gill and Ashby will make
the trips. They will be accompanied
by Coach Schott
. HERE TUESDAY NIGHT
LETTER AMONG BEST
Among the best of the letters sub
nilllml In the recent, 'Made in Oregon"!
contest of fialo & company was the
following by 12-year-old Velleda On
inmt, of tho Liberty school:
"We should buy Oregon made pro
ducts because we Oregonlans consider
tlit'sti products far the best. Not for
selfish reasons, but because many of
our products are In demand in other
sections, of the Vnited Slates nnd in
"Wo should ise Oregon products
Inorder that our people may be em
ployed In the manufacture and prepa
ration for market of the said products,
thus Increasing the wealth and popu
lation of Oregon, and also of our home
"In using the products of Oregon,
ono also saves paying the expensive
freight rates which must be paid on
goods shipped In from eastern mar
kets. "Many of our Oregon prod ucls such
as wool, fruits, fruit juices, dairy pro
duets and wheat, are the best to be
found In the world, so why not use
JUiissels, Keb. I. -A committee of
the llelglan Press association has In
Vited the government to follow the ex
ample of Holland, Italy and Spain
In the matter of compulsory Sunday
rest for the press. It asks that a Uj
cree be Isued prohibiting the sale of
liewkpapeia from Saturday night to
Slave to Tobacco?
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Who Aided Germans
Darin? War Executed
. Paris, Feb. 2. Lieutenant Funck,
an Austrian, who during the war-was
employed In a bank here, and report
ed to tho Oermans point at which
shells of their long range gun fell,
executed, hut at the last moment
was executed today. Lous Gunspare,
a German spy, wus also to have been
matin revelations to the authorities
and hi execution w postponed 48
To the Editor: The Associates
Press through your colmng gives us
news of steps taken by National Chair
man Hay of the republican party.
Eight years out of power makes tae
Hays organization the vehicle to bring
! about a change In administration.
Among your many republican readers
there is an undoubted large number
of independent voters. The republican
managers In Oregon showed; a low
order of political wisdom In handling
the legislature, or they would not have
revived straight party ticket voting,
and more than doubled state taxes.
They would not have tried to revive
pork-barrel methods In special hlgn
way bills to make this or that county
road part of the state highway sys
tem. These republican bourbons have
made no progress since the days when
Governor Pennoyer became famous for
vetoing road bills drawn In the same
rank manner and1 put through by a
combination of hungry mikes all after
a slice of the pork.
The Portland gang could not have
played Into the hands of Governor Ol
cott more effectively to strengthen him
with the people than they did, and
hence the wisdom of their leadership
in state affairs is not taken without
reservations by thousands of good re
publicans. The f iijlit of the radical partisans
against the treaty of peace, like the
radical egotists of the Borah-Johnson-Polndexter
stripe, is not representa
tive of the better class of conscientious
republicans, and will be resented If
they are placed In complete control of
the party machinery.
Tlio prominent people selected to
make the party platform would hnve
looked better If there had been a few
farmers among them In a great farm
ing state like Oregon. The persons se
lected are capable of making campaign
subscriptions anil" Hays needs them in
managing a great national drive to
overcome eight years of stallfed De
mocracy. The republican managers can make
no greater mistake than, to feed the
rank and file on too much reactionar
ism. To divide the party on the ratifi
cation of the Versailles treaty to humor
Senator Lodge and other extreme par
tisans means defeat. The republicans
won a majority in the senate and
house because they had Just as pa
triotically backed a war administra
tion as the Democrats In the days of
Abraham Lincoln hud backed the war
for the preservation of the Union.
They should have been unanimous In
placing our country first in the ratifi
cation of the treaty and not allow all
the affairs of the world and the future
of its commerce to be settled In con
ferences where Uncle Sam has no rep
resentations. As against Bueh partisan
ship the Independent voter In either
party will revolt, and not least among
these are the women voters of Oregon
"Eallantrae" Is the r.a::ie of an es
tate Is Scotland. The heir to the es
tate Is the "Master.", Hence Robert
Louis Stevenson named his thrilling
novel of Scottish life, "The Master of
Walker Whiteside will play the role
adaption cf the original novel, and in
its play form, there are three acts, each
with novel and thrilling situation, each
and every one strictly Stensonian.
In Mr. Whiteside's superb company
will be found such well known play
ers as Hubert Druce, Frederick Ro
land, Maurice Barrett, 'William H.
ciiiKnn. Harry uormon. tan uso.
Miss Sydney Shields, Miss May Buck
Icy and Miss Viriginia Duncan.
Handsome costumes of the year 1756
will be worn by the star and his asso
ciates and the scenes depicted will rep
resent thp WtQCcI... .
Castle Durisdeer in Scotl
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Scene from 'The Muster of Ballantrae'
Paris, Feb. 2. Announcement Is
made of the engagement of the Duch
ess DeValentlnols and Count Pierre De
Pollgnac, son of Prince Mux De Po
llgnnc.. The duchess was recognizee m
May, 1918, as the adopted daughter of
Prince Louis of Monaco, only eon of
the Prince of Monaco, ruler "of that
tiny principality. She has full rights
to succession to the throne of Monaco
and her marriage will not affect her
1 lr-- !
Skin troubles need immediate
and proper attention
Hon t wait thinking they will dis
appear in time, l'erh.ip they
hut in the meantime yoa are suffer
ing from the burning and itching,
and allow ing your nerve to become
badly effected, when a little Kesi
nol Ointment would doubtieM re
lieve it all.
Unless the skin affection is caused
by some internal disorder, Reiimil
Ointment usually clears it away
because it contains harmless, and
soothing antidotes or such condi
tions. It can be used easily for it is
so nearly rWi-colured h does not
attract attention. At jll Jmisb.
of James Durle, the roving master of
the estate of Ballantrae, at the Grand
opera house in Salem on Tuesday night
This eminent American actor will
visit Salem immediately after his en
gagement at the Heiiig theatre In
Portland, and patrons of the Grans
opera house may rest assured that an
unusually fine performance will be
given of the Stevenson play.
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TOMORROW LAST DAY
TO BUY AT THE
GREATEST DOLLAR SAVING SALE THAI
EVER HIT SALEM
Anrl Ipf na fpll vnn it. hit. nret.t.v stronsr. Salem folks know something: good when
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they see it. They proved it by almost overcrowding our stores both on Saturday
and today so that hundreds we have been unable to servebut we give you
Your Final Chance on Tuesday
To take part in this money saving sale. Thousands have done so, and if you
haven't, visit us tomorrow; you need not spend one red coppper just look over
our bargains we offer for your table and wardrobe. Most people have learned by
this time that we specialize on HIGH GRADE MERCHANDISE and GOOD
SERVICE for LESS.
It means bringing down the high cost of living. Some people like it, others don't.
We know you do when you trade at
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, STATE DISTRIBUTORS
178 South Commercial Street
Dealers Write for Unassigned Territory