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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, DEC. 14, 1915
Wednesday is Gift Day; hundreds of beautiful gifts
are given away each gift day to the first hundred
people entering our store; be sure and be on hand
Wednesday morning, 9 o'clock.
Friday is Rubber Heel Day; every pair of 50c rub
ber heels will be sold at exactly one half price 25c.
We do this to introduce our superior new live rubber
heels; try a pair at the introductory price and you
will always wear them.
Our Great Shoe Sale now going on, thousands of
pairs of shoes being closed out. Including our buy
in house slippers at a tremendous sacrifice.
MI kinds of Christmas Slippers, Men's House Slippers,
all kind and sizes 65c and 95c
Ladies' House Slippers, every known style, 65c and 95c
Children's House Slippers, all sizes and kinds, 65c
New Styles in Shoes Arriving Dailv.
Dux Rax Oil
the only oil
that will not
proof. FRU1TLAND NEWS
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Frultlnnd, Dec, 1 1, William Bellamy
BlH'iit Sunday nt Hull's Kerry with the
Mr. Simpson is doing some clearing on
Ills land across the road which will
innlie a great Improvement in the ap
pearance of the lamlseapo lu that part
of the neighborhood.
Mrs. Withlm and her son Clinton
motored out for a short visit Sunday.
The Christmas eierclses will take
place at the church Christmas ere,
Mr. and Mrs. Ilowden and the
Pchraeder family west of Frultlnnd
were entertained Sunday at the homo
Of the Fllegel family,
The Auhurn Missionary Society will
meet at the home of Mrs, Williams
Frultlnnd has a traveling library com
posed of fifty volume at the school
douse. Anyone is welcome to get these
books which will help to shorten the
long winter evenings,
Avla William and Ruby flreenfelder
were present at a party at tho home of
Mr. Covey Terry last Saturday evening,
Tho Kggler family visited friends In
Snlcin last Sunday.
Tho peoplo of Frultlnnd now enjoy
lietter roads than any winter hereto
fore, The credit for this may b given
lo the road supervisor, Mr. Win, Cap
linger, who has endeavored to do per
manent work. Tie expects, if allowed
to serve another year, to gravel tho
road through Fruitland besides other
improvements that nre necessary,
A large crowd gathered Sunday even
ing nt the Y. P. A. L'uder the leader
ship of Mrs. VbI Oerlg an enjoyable
evening wns spent. On the program
was a rending by Mrs. T. C. White, a
duet by Mr. and Prescllla Olterbein,
and a duet by Mrs, Silkey nud Mrs.
l,oa Angeles, Cal Dec. 14.
A Wlii to Leghorn hen owned by
Hennun Weismnnn of San Pe-
dro wns hailed here today as
the champion eggist of this re-
gion. Weismnnn declared ho
was in need of eggs for dlnuer
last night and carried the hen
into tho kitchen whereupon she
got down to business and pro-
dueed three of tho proclous ob-
Jects within in minutes. Fur-
thermore, tho eggs wero seven
Inches in circumference. Wels-
maun snys they wero the boat
eggs he ever tasted.
Ontario, Cnl. Deo. 14 Killed
it by a rooster, two year old John
M, Seaman, was burled hero to-
day, funeral services being eon-
41 ducted from the ranch home of
the child's grandparents, While
John was feeding the chickens
4c a lurge rooster attacked him
and ripped his scalp so severely
that death soon followed.
GO T0BAT TODAY
National League Holds Annual
Session Coast and Other
CHAMPION TO FIGHT.
I Chicago, Dec. .11 Final arti-
t'lfs for the Jess Willard-Fred
Fulton bout for the heavy-
$ weight championship at New
Orleans, March 4 will be signed
New York, Pee. 14. Mvsteries hov
ered around the closely guarded doors
behind which the moguls of the Na
tional league went into their annual
session today. The fact that the club
owners refused even to discuss any
thing pertaining to what would eome
up m the meeting led to the belief that
important developments will occur.
Baseball fans predict that the most
important business before the moguls
is tho proposition of concluding gome
sort or peace terms with tne f ederal
Another rumor which contains inter
esting possibilities is that the disposal
of the Chicago Cubs will come before
the magnates. It is reliably reported
that the Federals have asked Charles
P. Taft, owner of the Cubs, for his
price. The Federals are also known to
be desirous of acquiring control of oth
er National league clubs.
Tho International league held Its an
nual meeting here yesterday, and dis
posed of routino matters. The Inter
national magnates will meet here again
Captain Huston of the Yankees and
President Lannin of Boston leave here
today for the American league meet
ing at Chicago Wednesduy.
Training Place For Seals.
Snn Francisco, Dec. 14. With Own
er Henry Berry of the Seals in the
city and Manager Harry Wolverton en
route rom Los (latos for a conference
with him, basebal fans today antici
pated some announcements as to the
Seals' spring training activities.
It is probable that Berry and Wol
verton will definitely arrange a train
ing place, and disposo of the proposi
tion of the Oakland club that both
teams train at Boyes Springs. Berry
says he will not countenance the Oaks
at the springs if the Heals train there.
"This business of putting two teams
which are going out to fight each other
to a finish in a lenguo race in the
same camp docs not look good to me,"
said Berry. "I want my team to go
into the pennant race without any
Hockey at Seattle.
Portland, Or,, Dec. 14. Portland 's
unbeaten hockey club wns scheduled to
leave here early today for Seattle
where, tonight, it will clash with the
Seattle skaters in a game that will es
tablish for the time being the leader
ship of the Pacific, const league. 8e
attlo also has a clean slate to date.
Accompanying tho Portlnnders was
fleorgo, a HO pound pig who is an ex
pert Bknter himself and upon whose
pull with the Oodiless of Fortune,
Portland is depending largely to win
The Portland players were reported
to be in excellent condition for a gruel
ling mutch. A large crowd of rooters
panned to accompany them to Seattle.
Manager Oreedle Sore,
rortflnnd, Ore., Dec. 14. Pitcher
Elmer Jacobs is lost to the Beavers.
Manager MeCreedie raved and fumed
today when he learned that the man he
expected to be the star of tho Portland
pitching stnff next season has been gob
bled up by the Pittsburg Pirates, who
failed to waive on him when the Phila
delphia club sought to send him to Port
land, Jacogs pitched wonderful ball
Inst senson for the Albuny club of the
New York State league, wliero he hud
been farmed by the Phillies.
Boxing Match Tonight.
Portland, Or., Dec. 11 Meld by com-
moil consent t-o be the pick of the light
heavyweight boxers of the Pacific
'northwest, Karl Micbus mid Al Som-
mers will meet In n scheduled four
round bout tonight before the Rose
City Athletic club. Kach is a hard hit
ter nud fairly clever, and an exciting
match wns expected, Several other
bouts among I'ortlund talent were
I carded for tonight.
Want Basketball Team.
Portland, Or., Dee. . To provide
competition for one of the best basket
ball teams in its history, the Mult
nomnh club of Portland is conducting
negotiations today with several crack
teams from other states. The clubmen
nre trying to bring the University of
California quintette here for a game
January 8. Other California teams and
at least one from the Atlantic const
probably will appear on the Multno
nam floor this winter,
Moron to Moot Coffey,
New York, Dec, 14. Jim. Coffey and
Frank Moran, heavyweights, will meet
in Madison Square Garden January 7,
it was announced today.
"Home Sun" Baker Again
New York, Dec. 14. Reports drift
ing in from the wilds of Trnppe, Mary
land, indicate that "Home Kun" Ba
ker would like to break into baseball
again, in a Yankee uniform, lie is
quoted as savin" he likes baseball too
well to stay awny,
VEST EFFECTIVE METHOD
FOR BANISHING HAHtB
(Modes of Today)
At very little cost any woman can rid
her face' of hairy growths, if she will
use thn delatoue treatment. This is
made br mixing some water with a
little powdered jelstone. This paste Is
spread upon the hairy surface for l or
3 minutes, then rubbed off and the skin
washed, when every trace of hair will
have vanished. No harm results from
I this treatment, but csre should be used
1 . i . i i , .
iv Day real ueiuiono,
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Woodburn, Or., Dec. 14. A son ar
rived at the home of Mr. anil Mrs. Ed
A. Lindeken December 2,
Mrs. Klmer J. Stanard entertained
the members of the Priscilla club Sat
urday afternoon. The afternoon wns
John W. Kclley, of Portland, was
here last weeit an account of the death
ot his sister, Mrs. John W. Onvin.
Dr. Marsh, of Forest Grove, is visit
ing with relatives here, this week.
P. V. Gali, of Portland, Bpent Sua
day with N. S. Nehl and family.
Klmer Settlemier was in Portland
Saturday and Sunday,
Omer Digerness, of Silverton, spent
the week end here with friends.
G. C. Brill spent Sunday in Portland
with his wite.
Mrs. X. W. Crandell has returned
home after spending several days "with
ner uaugnter in Sheridan.
A. Tyler left last week for California
where he expects to be gone until next
Clarence Coyle and Mr. Pellen, of St.
Paul, spent Saturday in Woodburn.
Mrs. E. If. Wright and daughter,
r.ieanor, were in Salem Friday.
T. Clav Jones, of Alaska, is the
guest oi his sister, Mrs. A. E. Austin.
Mr. ana Mrs. iN. . JNehl entertained
at their home Saturday evening, during
the evening !i00 was played. Airs. Geo.
Hecaer ana jonn utatt held tne nigncst
score and won first priie. Mrs. F. X.
Beck receiving the consolation.
After the game, refreshments were
served. ThoBe present were: Mr. and
Mrs. N. S. Scollard, Fred Miller, Geo.
Swinderman, John Olatt, David Jack
son, Geo. Becker, Theo Nehl J. J. Stan
gle, F. X. Beck, J. Kennedy, Mrs.
Deltan and Misses Ruth and Katherine
Mayor John F. Steelhammer nnd
wife, attended the funeral of Mr.
Steelhammer 'a sister-in-law in Salem
The remains of Mrs. John W. Gavin,
who died Saturday in Woodburn were
taken to Portland for funeral services
which was held Monday morning under
the direction of A. R. Zeller at St.
Ijiwrence church. Father Maher, of
Woodburn, spoke after the services.
Messrs. H. Moore, T. Nehl, F, Beck,
F. Alleman and J. Hunt, of Woodburn,
were the bearers.
The remains were placed in a vault
awaiting tho recovery of her husband
who is ill at tho St. Vincent Hospital.
Mrs. D. C. Cowles entertained a few
ladies last week in honor of Mrs. Bon
ton Killen. The evening was spent
at cards. Those present were Mrs. C. E.
wniste, Mrs. J. C ftloore, Mrs. uessie
Cowles, Mrs. Blaine MieCord, Mrs. John
Steelhammer, Mrs. II. Moore, Mrs. T.
C. Poorman, Mrs. G. R. McKinney,
Mrs. K. Ouiss, Mrs. H. M. Austin nnd
Mrs. P. A. Livesay.
Miss Ruth Austin entertained a few
of her friends Saturday evening in hon
or of her cousin T. t'iay Jones, of Al
Miss Grace Whitman, entertained a
number of girls Saturday afternoon in
honor of her thirteenth birthdav, after
a jolly afternoon, Mrs. Whitman as
sisted by her daughter, sevord refresh
Miss Grace received many beautiful
and useful presents.
The members of the Priscilla club
dropped in on Mrs. Alice Kennedy to
help her celebrate her birthday. The
club members presented her with a sil
ver spoon. The evening passed pleas
antly playing cards.
Charles Randall, of Salem, called on
friends here Wednesday.
Mrs. Edward Eiumett entertained
the St. Mary's Ouid at her home Tues
day afternoon. The ladies enjoyed tho
afternoon by sewing. The hostesB
The P.' E. ). Chapter J gave a pro
gressive dinner party to their hus
bands Wednesday "night. The first
course wns served at the home of Mrs.
A. E. Austin, the second at Mrs. J. M.
Poorman, third nt Mrs. F. W. Settle
miers, and tho fourth at Mrs, W. A.
The high school students have been
giving dances at the Moose hall Satur
day nights nnd hnve had a good at
tendance. They will give another next
Among those from the Woodburn
Masonic lodge that put on the degree
work for the Aurora lodge were: F. W.
Poorman, W. T. Jenkins, Geo. Brnne,
K. J. Stanard, P. A. Liveslev, Blnine
McCord, Dr. Theo. Sims, Robert Scott,
S. T. Johnson, Don Cowles, H. M. Aus
tin, S. K. Prune T. C. Mason, Willard
Cole, R. M. West, J. R, McKinney, Eu
gene Richey and Clins. Wakefield.
Dr. and Mrs. O. P. Overton enter
tnincd the members of the 500 club nt
their home Fridnv evening, Tho first
prizes were won by Mrs. h. Lawrence,
and Mr. Frank W'. Settlemier, Robert
Scott receiving the consolation. Add
itional guests were Mr. and Mrs. Will
Tuesday was election dnv at West
Woodburn, the following officers doing
elected: John Mct'ormick, mayor;
Frank Proctor, recorder; Joe Mct'or
mick, treasurer; F. A. Rauer, marshal;
Ohns. Vincent, Albert Otterstrom, Chas,
Otterstrom, Allen Proctor and A. B.
The Brotherhood and Elder Daugh
ters classes held a joint meeting at the
M. E. church last Friday' night, nbout
thirty being in attendance. Rev. Poor
was appointed tonstmaster. Interest
ing talks were given oy Mrs. Moreon
and Mrs. Young. A lunch was served
tho members bv Misses Mildred Seeley
and I.lla Castlo and Mrs. E. N. Hall
and Mrs. Bonney. The next meeting
will be held January 1.
lawyer E. P. Morcnni attended to
legal business in Salem Tuesday.
The band concert given .Friday even
ing at the armory by Company I Mili
tary band, wns the finest musical treat
ever enjoyed by Woodburn people, A
number of the lending musicians of the
northwest were secured to assist. Am
ong them was Eugene Cloffl, the well
known euphonium soloist. His solo,
Grand Kantasie, "Garden of Flowers,"
Oatti, was undoubtedly the best evor
heard here, and was highly appreciat
ed by the audience.
J. W. Taylor, a leading musician of
Portland, and Oscar Steelhammer, of
Salem, trombone soloist, both were well
appreciated and received much ap
plause. Mrs. TTomer Alleman and Mrs. J.
Ray McKinney songs were enjoyed by
all. Among otner special numbers were
Mrs, Wellor and Mrs. Kennedy, piano
Board Wants All Pupils to
!, Have Chance For Physical
The prospects are, that within an
other year, athletics in tho public
schools will be upon a different basis,
one that will benefit all the boys instead
of the few who are physically able to
belong to a foot ball team. This opin
ion was strongly expressed last evening
At A TYlAPti,! it nf th aihnnl Kaiif.1 nf
directors. The board regards the gen
eral physical training of all the boys
of more importance than the few who
can quanry lor lootnail.
The HtAlTA in tho Atlrlitnriitm A? thA
High Bchool will bo remodeled during
the holiday vacation, and bids will bo
receive.! hr the hnar.l navt Mnno,-
evenincr for the work, rn he Anna a.
corning to plans ami specifications
.1 i i r ri . ii' . i .,
uiutiii uy vTt-urKe iu. l ost, mm me
exception nf tllA .nuintinira tha wnrt
must be finished between December 24
ana January 3. The stage is to be en
larged and equipped with electric light
To Have Eadlo Tower.
The bovs who. nrA interaatA.l in nn'ra.
less telegraphy will soon have a radio
loner on ine nign scnooi uuiluing, but
the bovs who are wnrkino- with a nut.
side party selling tickets for a show to
ue given uunng ine nonaays were sat
down on good and hard, as the board
will under no eircumHtnncen twrmit ha
selling of tickets of any nature what
Expressing anDre.cin.tinn nf tha aetinn
of the Btudent body in renouncing the
iuui, unit cuampionsnip, me Doara com-
Dlimented them nml HirAAtAA tha aIa1
to notify them by letter that the board
approved ot xnoir action.
As the duties of a city physician and
municipal nurse urn almost irl,.ntl
with tho duties of a school physician
and school nurse, chairman II. J. Miles
and director Max f. Rn pen VAn in.
structed to confer with the city council,
ine oaiem social Service Center and
Countv .Turlce Rush KV Da in tka inin
employment of a nurse and physician
uner me nrst oi tne vear.
Nine Days Vacatioa
SuDerintendent. fl f Pllintt t
tend tho Statu ToAch
be held at Medford three days begin
ning December 27, and while there, to
represent the school board in any ac
tion taken as to the rules of tho state
athletic association im- tiia
Oregon schools have been attracting the
11..-UHUU ui iue enrire country, and Mr.
Elliott is Of the oninim, thnt tUn ,,
teachers at this meeting will take ac
tion that will bring them before the
educators of the country.
The holiday vacations will begin Fri
day, December 24, and continue until
lfnK.l... -r n
iiiuuuu,, uanuary d.
C. Freitaer and wife nf Thnmn
Mrs. Freitas's sister MV T n.i.
ker, of Kansas, are visiting at the Mrs.
Carrie Beatichamp home.
The Stnyton Electric Light company
has commeuced tho erection of the line
of poles for the transmission of power
to Sublimity. This means that our
sister town will anon he nrnv;,l..,l .,th
Mrs. Albert Frank slipped and fell
when eettincr out of their ear Kutit-
evenin? nnd snrniiierl hnr l..ft
severoly that Bhe will carry it in a
on uk 'or some time. ui. Brewer dress
ed the injury.
Dr. Bauchamp reports a girl born to
Mr. and Mrs. Svlvanun' Mnni nt urAat
Stnyton, Decembor 5, and a girl to Mr.
nnu airs. iuas. Btayton of Stayton,
The citv council mnf nn !,,:.
lnr monthly date Tuesday night of this
yuih. me usual Dins wore audited
and an ordinance passed granting a
permit to tho Stnvtnn F.l Aft pi i T.I rit I-
company the right to erect an office at
me souiu ena oi Third street,
The Stnyton Fire company met on
their regular niirht. Frhlnv huu. q
and re-elected nil the old officers. They
nro: President, E. M. Olmstcad; sec-rotary-treasurer,
A. 8. Pancoast; fore
man, C. A. Luthy; first assistant, Hen-
rv Smith; aeenn.l ouuiatnt T-.
MJelke. " "u'"1
Jos. Btelnknmn of
got a full charge of shot in his right
leir nild side. Tim neei.lnnt u.a. ,,
by a shot gun shell getting into a bon
fire thnt Mr. Steinkamp had built in
'he vard, of trash from the house.
While painful, the accident was not of
a serious nature, nlthniiirh Tlr nra
picked out nearly 50 ehot from Mr,
cHcinaamp s Dony.
ftirs. tva Uooderham, of La Grande,
died Sunday, December 5, nt her home
U thnt lllnce. Tntnrnmnt. tnntr nlnn at
La Grande Tuesday, December 7. She
leaves five children, William, Thomas
nnd Henrv nf 1 .a ll,an,U A,
. , - -uimuiv aim ... , n.
( has. Gehlcn and Mrs. J. M. Shepherd,
ui inn piace. airs, uoouornara lived
in Stnyton Bevernl years. (
Mrs. C. II. Brewer cntertainod six
little ffirlil At her nntriA An T'nU.l at
Snturday afternoon of last week. The
urne was pleasantly spont with their
Christmas ombrolderv and chatting.
Dalntv refreshment war u,vl t
five o'clock by the hostess. Those
present wore tne Misses Clara AUelko,
Wave Brown, Zora Stowell, Dorothy
Shrove, Norma Stamp and Sylvia See
duet, and several songs by the Wood
burn ladies Octette.
Tho selections bv the band were fine
and much credit is due their instructor,
Mr. W. A. McDougall, of Graves Mu
sic company, Portland.
iMissea Delia and Nora Beck enter
tained tho Ravelins at their home Wed
nesday evening, the timo being passed
pleasantly in sewing and music. At a
late hour, the girls were invited into
the dining room where t fine lunch was
The slrls ealovlng the eveninir were:
Misses Nottie Brovlcs, Gladys Binkloy,
ir.Ai ti : , .. iiA,i,. n:..., t ti
&iiiiT-T, niriu itiiur), uuifl nrr-
be, Avon McKinney, Lila Jerman, Nel
lie Binkley, Delia Byers, Badle Rich
ards, Mary Scollard Norn and Delia
LOST US PROPERTY
Pitiful Story Told by Former
Professor of Pacific
Seattle, Wash., Dec. 14. Professor
Harry P. Gilbert, formerly head of the
science department of Pacific Univer
sity at Forest Grove, Ore., is beine held
in the county" jail here today following
nis piea or guilty to a charge of petit
larceny before Police Judge Gordon.
Gilbert stated unhesitatingly that ho
had forged 39 checks within the last
tew months, each check being drawn
on the Northern Trust, and Safe De
posit company's bank here and each in
the amount of" $1.
Gilbert explained that he had recent
ly lost all his property and had been
forced to desperate ends to save him
self from starvation.
"Why didn't you apply to your
friends for credit 1" asked Judge
''I had no friends," Teplicd Gilbert,
who is 3 years of age "When I lost my
property, my friends vanished."
The court took Gilbert's case under
advisement until tomorrow. Gilbert
formerly- wns superintendent of the
Lewiston, Idaho, high school. He is
said to be an accomplished pianist, and
To Be Tested Out In
State Supreme Court
The law passed by the last session of
the legislature remiirincr thnt nil arrna
imported from China in cold storage be
laoeiea "inese nre Chinese eggs. Eat
'em at your peril," or words to that
effect. Will be tested nut. in thn ntntn
Bupreme court and a transcript on ap
peal in tne case or tne state against
J. C. Jocobson was filed in the Bupreme
court this morning. Thn hill fnr thia
law was introduced by Daua H. Allen
or rannon county.
JaCobson is A Port.lnnd denier whn
was arrested nnd ennvictan in thn Air.
cuit court on a charge of fniluro to la-
Dei ninese eggs so that the public
might know what was being purchased.
He evidentlv wishes tt-k tnut tha lifrnl.
ity of the measure before the highest
court oi tne state, ine law was passed
as a measure to protect the Oregon poul
try men who must, enmnptn in nriena
with, thoir fresh ranch eggs when the
wnoiesaie merchant is able to sell Chin
ese eggs at 10 cents less per dozen.
Minnesota To Reach
San Francico Tonight
San Francisco, Dec. 14. Held off the
Golden Gate by shallow water, the great
Hill freighter, Minnesota, mystery ship
of the Pacific, will not enter San Fran
cisco bay until late this afternoon.
United States District Attorney Preston
said nt noon today.
Convoyed by the tug Dauntless and
towed by the wrecker laqua sho is just
inside the Farralone lightship, Captain
Groenbeck of the Southsido life saving
Preston declared thnt he did not ex
pect to board the vessel until lato this
afternoon as her original iatention of
attempting to enter through the north
channel had been altered.
Superintendent Wiley was on the bay
awaiting the arrival of the liner all
President Carl Gregg Douey is home
from his trip tli rough t eastern Oregon
and western Idaho arriving in Salem
last night. While traveling Dr. Doney
lectured in the towns of Weiser, New
Meadows, Council, Boise, Union, Pen
dleton, Wasco, and The Dalles. In ev
ery placo where he spoke Dr. Donojr
said that students were favorably con
sidering Willamette as their school for
higher education; and the prospects are
good for a large enrollment of now
students next year.
Dr. Doncy stated that the climate
varied considerably from ono locality
to another. In New Meadows, Idaho,
the ground was covered with a .blanket
of snow two feet thick and tho moun
tains made a beautiful scene in their
coverings of white, while in western
Oregon the rain and green vegetation
seemed more like summer weather in
comparison with the cold nnd ice.
Dr. Doney and Prof. Florinn Von
Eschen will attend the state meeting of
independent colleges at MeMinnville.
Friday and Snturdny of this week. Dr.
Doney will address the conference on an
educational subject, Dr. Doney will aUo
attend the state teachers' meeting at
Medford, Ore., December 28, where he
will also speak.
The Willamette basketball team are
developing team work, the liko of
which has never been seen on the gym
floor. Coach Mathews is discouraging
individual grand stand playing and is
compelling his team to work in unison
As a result the varsity in a practice
game with the second team last night
completely bewildered the scrubs by
their fast passing, and head-work.
Capt. Shisler is playing even better
than last year, when his work was con
sidered the equal of any forward on
the conference teams. Jewett, the scrap
Always Watch This
FOR THE WOODSMAN
We bare all kinds of Axes, Sledge. Wedges, Bawi and Eqaipmsnta
IVT lav rrwua
All kinds of Corrugated Iron
good 1800.00 Laundry Mangel,
(IS AND 120 NEW OVERCOATS AT 15.00.
X pay 1 12 cent per pound for old rags.
I pay highest price for hides and for.
H. Steinbock Junk Co.
The House of Half Million Bargains.
801 North Commercial Street, Phone 808.
py little forward who won the applause
of tho crowds - by his heady work
against bigger men in the games last
your, is again at the old position nnd
is showing up as strong as ever. At
center Adams, Jackson and Brooks aro
doing their best to outplay each other
for a position; and the competition has.
proven thnt this year's center will make
tho centers on visiting teams jump
their highest if they desire to put the
ball where they desire. At the guard
positions, Flegel, an all-around athlete,
nnd guard on last year's five, is pre
venting many nn aspirant from shoot
ing a much coveted basket by his close
guarding. Irvine nnd Proctor nre the
rivals for tho remaining guard position
and it is hard to decide which will be
chosen ns both are out for the honor.
Manager Boine has n gnme with Che
mawa for Thursday evening, and this
opening gamo will settle several ques
tions as to the Bubs for the regular
squad. Chemawu is noted for their abil
ity as basketball stars and it is their
avowed intention to boat Willamette.
This assures a fast game.
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AUTO FOB HIRE Phone 144. Dec2
Jones' Nursery, rear of armory. DclS
WANTED Wood for sale. Phone.
THREE POUNDS Fine Christmas
candy for 25c at Damons. Dec24
FOR SALE OR TRADE Lots in Ok-
I lahoma City. Phone 1853. Decl3
SECOND GROWTH FIB WOOD
, (3.50 per cord. Phone 2249. tf
FOR RENT Two house keeping rooms)
j at 330 North High. Phone "4." tf
. WORK WANTED By young man ot
good habits. What have yon to of
I fer. Address T, care of Journal, tf
FOR RENT 7 room house, Englewood.
Cheap to responsible tenant. Phons
ROOFS REPAIRED And guaranteed
not to leak. 0, L. Donaldson, phons
FOR SALE Buff Orpington ehicken
I and . eggs for hatching purposes.
I Phone evenings, 69F2. Jan9
FOUND Bunch of keys, owner cans
have same by calling at Journal of-
fice and paying for this ad. DecI4
FOR SALE Good Buick five passen-
gcr, $225.00 cash. Phone 51F12, B.
I 3, Box 149. Decl9
STOP! LOOKI Two lots on car line,
'ir,(l Immi TI r 1IH1 M
LOST Part of gentleman's watch
fob, Saturday on Cottage street. Re
turn to Meyers store, Reward. Dec.14
FOR HA T.F Vixtnr tnlkino- MiAmi
I with 40 records, cheap. 1150 Soutt
join street. tr
C. C. WHITE Will open a new barber
shop at 321 N. Com'l Wednesday
morning. C. C. and L. M. White.
LOST Pocket wallet containing vain
able papers. Reward for return to)
A. B. Lcnnon, 1475 Chemeketa street
or to Journal office. ' Deelft
WHEN IN SALEM Stop at the Cap
ital hotel, nicely furnished rooms,
all modern. P. W. Borneman, corner
Stnte and Commercial street. Phone
630. Salem, Oregon. JanlO)
WHAT HAVE YOU TO TRADE t I
have a team, work harness and
wagon, fresh Jersey heifer, yearling
heifer and calf. Wall trade for auto
or lot in Salem, Address F24, care,
of Journal. Decl4
FOR SALE Small mare and saddle.
Sot of Ridpnth's History. Cyclope
dia of Architu're. Cyclopedia Mod
ern Engineering Practice. Owner
going away. 5G4 University street.
WANTED Residence property in Sa
lom for two good residence lots in
Vancouver, Washington, and 14
acres Ascot, East Portland on car
line. Joseph Barber, room 404 Hub
bard ildg. Phone 254. Decl3
I WILL SET in a car of old oak wood
near the crossing of Commercial and
Ferry streets the 15th, and sell tho
same at 3.50 per cord on the car or
deliver same a reasonable distance)
at (4.25 ped cord. It is excellent for
heater. Enos Presnal. Leave letter
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