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lAT, MARCH 11, 1920.
1 qT SEASON GAf IE!
jte BearaW humbled!
f i o fast same. 1
U ust nisi" -
The game was fea-,
1; w .
I Hulwomah ' disorgan.xea
! . te the super-iiuman
f ,.Buss-Barey.who proved
f, oo the all"confer'
us delayed on account
fLal of the vising team.
SSoclock. There no
'Jflve minutes, then the
:' ..j ,.J amrrd nine
,.4 stars " -
L.,1 clubmen could stop.
Lk started out strong In the
Ww4 scoring four long shots
Lr but several fouls con
i McKittrick and long shots
fitt Dini put the Bear
I ,n the lead-
aatred for Willamette, but
i Mia plaved a good game.
Mjiuomah's fast forward,
L field basket. Mix and G.
i,,4 the greater number of
We. Lincoln ' High's all-state
.,ei a nice giinie when he
f. intier nart of the second
i.Kittrich scored thirteen
I Willamette, seven on fouls.
0. A. C. refereed in satis-
ill 111 i iiuma ti
.. (2) X.-Clerin
... (2) Twining
T? (6) Mix
g (4) O. Clerin
S 2 Cole
"Help The Senators
Noiv" Says Bishop;
. Cose Fund Drive
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
The fund for the erection of
an athletic field at 12th ad
Oxford streets is still muoh in
arrears of the amount abso
lutely necessary, for the com
pletion of the project. About
JSOO more is needed and vour
chock to.Biddie Bishop' r
Harrry Weuderoth, care of the
Capital Journal will aid in the
good work. Several generous
donations have been recently
received, but more monev is
Remember the dance given
by the Salem Senators at the
Armory, the night of March
lTth. A ticket to the dance
will,.cost you one dollar and
even lr you don t dance or can
not attend at that time, call up
Biddie at the Willamette Val
ley Transfer company and buy
one of the vouchers. Remem
ber that the Senators are not a
club of transient playera but
are home town men and ex
service men at that. Funds
raised at the dance will
usea in buildiirg a
around the new park.
ion; M. O. Knight. Turner; J. E era
s' . J- H. Cro.hoB. ?.
Combination hunting .
i"'.f K'",slTa"d tieore Moor.
" ' , "V nununS license was re-
Talking To Men
. On Cars Against
; ...... I M II
Law After Friday Doctor Prescribes
diamond drilling tn th former M
mining regions of Northern Ontario'
has recently developed sufficiently to'
be of good commercial value. !
STATU Oi FICK.R TO VISIT.
Dallas, or.. Mar ll.-Julien H,,rlev
grand cha.cellor of the Oregon1
. . ' W1" pa' Marmion
Lodge of th.s city an official visit on
of Mareh This will
also be the nn.a.m. ..
I -.,n -it - , " "'e annual
'roll call of the local lodge It having
r.,.UIiru lrl)m l.et)ruarv 17,h
On appnnnt nt .K- t...
P, . r '""uenia epidemic.
Extensive plans for Mr. Hurley s re-
las lodge members.
The city ordinance, passed by the
council at its last meet ins and signed
by the mayor, prohibiting speaking to
motormen on street cars in the city,
will become effective Friday, when the
ten days following the signature will
The ordinance provides a fine .
from II to IS for !h first .iff-n.
with greater penalties for further vio
lations. The ordinance was passed to
prevent undue acridem In thlok
ADOH JOl'S LKAGl'E
udor, Republic of Salvador,
tu Annri'PM nt Salvador to-
id the executive decree un-
Salvador becomes a mem
league of nations.
KERS LOST IX FIRE
City, Mar. 11. One hundred
l-si miners have not been
for in the El Bordp mine at
i mining city near Mexico
; state of Hidalgo, where fire
this morning, according to
advices from Pachuca. ,.
TO MARE THIS
flNE COl'UH REMEDY
Lda of families swear
f prtmist results. Incx
jtiive, snd saves about
iwthat pine is used tn near
KriptlonB and remedies for
Jlie reason is that pine con-
leral peculiar elements that
raarkable effect In soothing
!ng the membranes of the
rah syhups are comblna
line and syrup. The "syrup"
fually plain sugar syrup.
t the best pine cough rem-
money can buy, put 2V
Pinex In a pint bottle, and
h home made sugar syrup,
ran use clarified molasses,
corn syrup, instead of sugar
f'-her way, you make a full
h than you can buy ready
thrp (lm?s the monev. It is
!i and very pleasant chil-
Nimrods Of Marion
. County Are Ready
For Good Fishing
"Coin' fishin' fellers?" "We'll say
so!" hf bc'n i'ue answt.- of over GOo
Marion county, sportsmw , who have
secured ang'ers licenses Curing the
first tVJ iao".ths of the m.w year. A
number of the handy combination,
hunters' and anglers' forms have also
been issued. Hunting permits are not
in active demand at the present time,
although a lnrge number of pioneers'
and civil war veterans' permits have
been written out in. the office of Coun
ty Clerk U. G. Boyer. .
The following forms have been is
sued during the past week:
Pioneers' and Civil war veterans':
Jerome Morley, Silverton; H. H. Tonip
king, Shaw; A. H. Blackerby, Silver
ton; O. O. Guyer, Woodburn; M. Dor
man, Lorenzo M. Porter, T. B. Smith,
Salem; A. D. Gardner, StaytOn; H. W.
Smith, Turner; Abram B. Tucker, Sa
lem; H. C. Porter, Aumsvllle.
Anglers' licenses: F. W. Fleetwood,
F. A. Frlebert, A. Y. Bowen, Harvey
H. Stanton, Salem; William Hall, Mar-
People who have suffered with
rheumatism are so grateful for any
benefit received that they are per
fectly willing and anxious to volun
tarily indorse a remeilv ihm n.ni ui
them in their misery. Antl-Cric has
many hundreds of such indorsements
The followinc letter
T. Nau, who is Ihe artvrtiKi.,.T .u
rector of the Western Railway Jour
nal, the official organ of the order
of all railway employes. Air. Nau's
home is In San Francisco, but he is
traveling constantly and is very well
known in the entire state of Califor
nia. He writes as follows:
"I suffered greatly with rheuma
tism and at times was confined tn nn-
jbed. Tried all-manner of cures anil
found no relief whatsoever. Was per
jsuaded to use Ani-rric and after one
outfit was greatly rolieved. I contin
ued its use and can truthfully sv I
am completely cured. It has been over
a year since I used the last and I
have not felt any pains or had any
trouble since. I can recommend your
great treatment very highly."
Such Indorsements as the above
should prove to all sufferers of rheu
matism that Antl-Fric will help and
cure them. Anti-Vile Is purely herbal,
containing no minerals or salicylates.
It has benefited hundreds ajid Will
do the snme for vnn TiheiinfftlMm In
all Us forms yields to Anti-Uric. Get
an outfit of Anti-Uric from Perry s
drug store today and give it a trial.
If you are not satisfied with the re
sults they will return your money.
Th. nm mt W Enema I bt'trx
Jsf m t-tor. Ht rec- t .
j nawtrirtnstt. kUrr.io,
! mm th try aril saolintMsi."
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M lottoiibr ShJn Disease
jJ. C. Perry, druggist.
"Making Salem a port means added
prosperity for every citizen of Marion
county. . I wonder "if" it will be as
hadr to make enough people see It
as it is to get them to realize that
Salem needs a good hospital," stated
J. F. Hutchason, whose picture ap
is feel this take hold of a
raid n a way that means
fThe cough may be dry,
1 tight, or may be prsist
f from the formation of
(He cause is the same in
femhranes and this Pinex
? combination will stop It
U hours or less. Splendid,
fionchlal asthma, hoarseness
wnary throat ailment,
f 1 aihly concentrated com
I Pffluine Norway pine ex-
r uimous tne world over
f mot effect upon coughs.
f ' uusuiutes. Ask your
i" ounces of Pln"
'h, and don't accept any
I uuranteed to give abso-
fraon or monev refund
Co.. Ft. Wayne, Ind. (Ad)
lrp,( ,n,fi treatment
t Uj If.001??" r.w
?ot Vvl?"' t of long
'' wne'her It lsorraa.
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Sod iui re-
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one okw, depni.
ks h1L Mleh-
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If Not. Send for Free Trial Treat
ment. IHitny Saved From
Have you tried Pyramid? If not,
why don't you? The trial Is free
)ust mall coupon below and the
Pyramid Is Jost Wonderful. You
Will Sorely Agree After a Trial.
results may amaze you. Others are
praising Pvramid Pile Treatments as
their deliverer why not you? Mail
coupon bow or get a 60o box from
any druggist anywhere. Take no
FSEE SAMPLE COUPON
PTEAMIP DRUG COMPANY.
m Pyramid Bldf., Marshall Mich.
Kindly sent me Tree sample of
Pyramid ftle TreatateBti Is plain wrapper.
Kama. .... 3 i. .
Olty. . . ...... . Ut.
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make this SHOE
For. fifty years this firm has been aiming to
make the best shoes for men that could be
bought. For a good many years Buckhecht
Shoes have been fulfilling this ambition of
their makers. "Extra service every step
comfort every minute"-always in Buck
' ' -JtZ--- 'A
Buckhecht Shoes for
you for active men
in all walks of life are
sold in a variety of styles
and leathers from $8 to
$12 by principal shoe
dealers in the West.
For Sale in Salem by
PARIS BROS. . -
"TTrKTNGHAM & HECHT
"I'll Tell the World"
says the Good Judge
The man who doesnt
chew this class of to
bacco is not getting
real satisfaction out of
A small chew. It holds
its rich taste. You don't
have to take so many
fresh chews. Any man
who uses the Real To
bacco Chew will tell
Put Up In Two Styles
RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco
W-B CUT is a long fine-cut tobacco
The Great Saving
"The Quality Coffee of America" '
in the FIVE pound vacuum
packed can,i$ realized more
and more by the thrifty
First in Flavor Unsurpassed
in Quality and Economy.
aaiiri-m-nrir - -- -
M. J. BRANDENSTEIN A CO.
Olfica and WarakouM, 1 Wul Braadway,
CAPITAL JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY .
CLASS AD IT AND SELL IT
. mi ,ni.,ia tnmi in mi iiii ia.iiaa.1 ii.r.ii imanMH ta-afai.-Aa -BaiBm I JOURNAL WANT A Da PAT
Friday mi SstmMf-
We have just gone over our stock and selected put thousands of odd pairs of shoes
that we are going to positively close out regardless of what they bring.
200 pairs Ladies' brown and blacky high and low heel oxfords, new spring styles
regular $10.00 grades go at ............$795
50 pairs Ladies' small size Hanan shoes broken linesy nothing over size 4, would
sell no wat $15.00, to close out ; ;... $4.95
200 Pairs Florsheim, brown ' and black, in one last, lace only, regular market price
$15.00, to close out $7,95
300 pairs broken lines, pumps, regular $9.00 to $12.00 grades, if we have your size,
?"y:re 1 $2.95 'and $3.95
300 pairs Ladies9 high shoes, black kid, brown kid with cloth tops, both high, low
heels, regular $10.00 to $12.00 grades go at $795
500 pairs Children's shoes, all colors,
styles and sizes, regular price from $4 The highest grade repair work done
to $6.00. Now to close out at $2.95 l-i -i n . , j , ,
. whde you wait. Rubber heel day Wed-to..-
200 pairs boys' shoes $5.00 grades, but- nes' 'A 11 50c heels Put on or l'2 Price
ton. and lace, the best black calf. Now 25c
go at.... $3.95 v . -
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326 State StrlTcxt to La-ldcDusIiBaiiK
Ball Band Uoots
.rrRS 'AN FRANCISCO
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