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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL: SALEM. OREGON. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1919,
Memory ot Late Gove f no r
Withycombe Honored On
First Day of State Fair
While at this houithe details of the jail trot and pace for $1000 purses there
will bo the professional automobile race
of 25 miles for a purse of $2000. There
are 12 entries for this race and -some
spectacular records will be made. Be
sides this there will be a series of events
for amateur autoists. .-
0.A.C TO HAVE BIG
EXHIBIT FOR FAIR
Elaborate Display Will Depict
Work Of Agricultural v
140 ENTRIES ALREADY
IN PACES AND T
daily program at the fair have not bejn
entirely worked out, the general out
line as given by becrctaiy Lea gives as
surance of more attractions and a higher
quality of eiilcitair.mcnt than ever be
fore. As aready announced. Monday, the
opening day, will be doubly attractive
ms being set aside in honor of the hue
Governor Withycombe, to whom the
state fair was a matter of pridj and
of greatest interest. The days program
will include addresses by Governor Ol
eott, justice of the supreme court and
other prominent men. Further than this
the day will be devoted in part to the
returned soldiers and sailors of the
world war, who will receive special rec
ognition. On that day all returned sol
. diera will be admitted to the grounds
free. On Monday will also be given
the opening concert of the Eoyal Italian
bond, which in itself is worth the price j ' "
of admission, i
.. While there will be some special races j. Oregon Agricultural College, Corval
on Monday, the regular racing schedule lis, Sept. 19. (Plans are being complet
opens Tuesday with the 2:25 trot, the ed for an elaborate exhibit at the state
2:25 pace and the half-mile run. This fair dop;(.ting the work of the Oregon
will also be known as "Dairyman's . . ,. , ,. . , ..,,V
r. . ... n n .ij Agricultural college. An alcove Will be
Day " with the Oregon Dairy Council in 6 , . ,,.
eharge of the program. Tuesday will L "st room m charge of Mass
tb. be observed as "Woman's Day- a Davis, professor of house
4m. Oioi .ttntin fft tfc- .mh holi Pf-E. B. Fitts has general
of women's clubs and societies. In the
'evening will be the formal opening of
the great horse show in the coliseum,
and at the same time there will be spe
cial vaudeville performances in the pavilion.
supervision of the exhibit
The exhibit will cover a space 82 by
22 feet. Extension work will be, shown
under the general head of "Beaching
i the people," an a novel manner work
led out by Paul V. Maris, state leader
agriculturists. Resident instruction,
Wednesday will be a great day on the with P. M. Brant, professor of dairy
nee track, the star feature being the ; husbandry in charge will be represent
$2000 pacing event with some of Ine ed under the head, "Training Oregon's
speediest horses in the northwest on the I future leaders in industry." "Solving
track. Wednesday night will also be Oregon's problems" is the slogan for
the big night of the horse show, with!'' ho experiment station section under H.
entries from some of the most noted i B professor of botany and plant
breeders and racers in the country. .
Thursday will be hilariously observed
as Elks''Day" and ."Portland Day."
The purple cap will be everywhere in
evidence and the grinning "fcladhand
rs" will mane visiting members glad
they came. For one hour in the middle
. of the day the local lodge, under the
direction of E. Cook Patton, will under
taken, to carry out a program of solid
. Friday will be principally noteworthy
tav.. "Willamette Valley Day" when
various cities of the valley will intro
duce commemorative features and dif
ferent institutions will put on booster
Saturday will be another great day on
tbo track, as in addtiion to the free-for-
f I of Soclety.duringthepast
V" I seventy years have relied
vrV upon It for their distin
V vYNJulshed appearance. The
y, J ftott, refined, pearly
a wnue complexion n
renders instantly, is
always tne source oi
IStotiaif Hit samfil4
Exceptional Horse Show In
Addition To Races Is
This is not a" 'horscleus age" by sev
eral' centuries, cording to Secretary
Lea, Of the blate Fur board, who is
leaving nothing undone to put the hoise
and all his possibilities foremost among
features at the coming txhibition. Cur
lnc1 nf fine iinimalfi have been snipped
from prominent dealers in O:ogon,
Washington ana UbUicrnia, one suing j
coming from Los Angeles.: In addition
to an exceptional horse thow, including
every type of animal, thero is promise
of the most attractive racing scnruuie
ever put on ai. the fair, some of the
speediest horses on we coast having
been entered. . ...
A total of over 140 entries have teen
mnrln for th various vrottine and lii.c-
ing races, the great $000 2:08 pacing
event having 14 entries as lonowa. c a.
Bailey, Portland; Chorici Darling, San
Francisco; J. B. fetciton, Contralia,
Wash.; J- J. Kyan, San Francisco; fl.
TT TlBlman. Saiinas. Gal.l A. H. Lea,
Salem; B. II. Ball, Seattle; John Ivirk
land, Albany; Irtd Johnston, Calgary;
J. Carson, Winnipeg; O. J. Brown, Port
land; Wm. Fleming, taigary.
Secretary A; A. Lea of the fair, board,
'has entered his fine horse Valentine in
five of the six pacir.g events. Other
QrncrnniflnR ullt.erinL" .in the VaOUS
' events are M. C. Cox, Salem; Peter Cook
Bickreall; i'rea scmnuaci, oaiem, u. iv.
.Clark, Eugene; Mis. II. T. Dickerson,
'Portland; Opai Slants, Independence;
'Boy Powell, Moro; C. Weiss, Port'ani;
Art Barzee, Moio; J. C. Marshall, Oiosh
'am; George L. Swisher, Eugene; O. W.
Todd, Portland; A. C. LaMire, Portland;
' O. L. Parker, 1 urtiaud; I rcd WoodcocK,
) Salem; L. Rickcl, Bufcer.e; J. J. Kadder
'lv, Portland; Mis. lorn, Mauzey, fcSdlom;
W. v. fVhnltz. Forest lirove: M. C. Mer
rill, Cornelius, Ziegier & Miner, 1'oit
land. .. " 1 "
The racing events include a 2:08 pace,
purse $2000; fc.i5 pace, purse $1000;
2:25 nai-R. nurs 60. 2.12 trot, purbe
$2000; 2:15 trot, purse n750; 2:2D trot,
purse $10UO; iioo-ior en trot ana pai-H,
with purses of $1000 for each.
One of the most exciting events of
the week will be the " series of relay
races, among them ociag a woman's re
lay race. Foi this scries strings of
speedy horses have been entered by Par
sons, of Cheycjwj Drs-mneller, of '.valla
Walla, and Byers of Pt-ndleton.
Included in uach day 'b program will
be one running race and a chariot race
a relic 0f the days of old Borne that
never fails to plcast tai) crowd.
OLD PLAYGROUNDS TO i
Bt CHILDREN'S CAMP
Two Boys And Two Girls En
titled To Represent Each
The state fair camps for boys and
girls who have done special work in
schools or in club work will be estab
lished as usual this yeai near t'uo en
trance to the fi.r grounds on what was '
formerly the playgrounds. Each county j
in the Btate is entitled to send two boys '
and two girls who are entitled to special i
recognition. Aa expenses will be paid
by the state fan.
W.- M. Smith, county suporinteudont.
is today sending out tne list of names
of those entitled to the advantages of
the enmp. The pig ciub judging nttm-;
bers are expected to amvo at the camp
Monday and remain over Tuesday. The
canning club team is expected to st-iv In
the camp one day and one night. Mem
bers may stay in the camp as Ute as
Sunday following the fair, altaough
they will have permission to revuin
home Saturday, September 27.
Instructions now being issued for the
use of the" 140 or more young folks who
are entitled to the tamp include the
Bedding: Each gill ihould bring two
heavy double blankets or four s.ngle
heavy blankets and two comforters, two
sheets, two extra changes of undcrcioth
inc. three pairs of hoBo, several hand
I towels, soap, hair brush and comb, tooth
brush and raincoat. The boys should
bring with them two heavy double or
four single blankets and two comforters,
two sheets, two extra suits underwear,
three pair socks, several hand i wels.
soap, hair brush and comb, toothbrush
and raincoat. - -
Members should leave their homes sp
as to reach S&lem Tuesday evening, Sep
tember 23. II the coahty superintend
ents write E. F. Caileton in time, all
children will be met at the trains.
Everyone is expected to be in camp
by noon of Wednesday. The first meal
will be served at 6 o 'clock p. m. Tues
In order that there may be' no doubt
as to one 's right to tho camp, each c.ild
must present a letter signed by his or
her county superintendent, certifying
that the holder is entitled to member
ship in the camp and to the schoo.. A
principal and a matron will have imme
diate chnree of the camp and any .nem
ber unwilling to eomply with the camp
rules, will bo scut home.
The 7500 ton steamship St. Anthony
has just been launched at Tncoma.
WL!. i lL !wAn.i-t. nnunl 1 A .1 nill. lll
1 niB IS llC BIAH-t'IHU TCTOCl iumiiisi
from the yards of tho Todd Drydocfc
ec xnstrncnon company. ,
Ladies' Coats and Suits
The bigest and best assortment in town
at popular prices. '
Never did we make such preparations as
this season and never was our showing so im
mense. In spite of the reported high prices we
are showing remarkable values in our entire
line as our garments are bought direct from
the manufacturers at New York and Philadel
phiain many cases personally selected by
our representative in New York.
This saves you all the middleman's profit.
LADIES' COATS $14.75 to $50.00
LADIES SUITS-.............:.. -$22.50 to $55.00
CHILDREN'S COATS ....-$6.45 to $12.50
9 1 xVijA
"Our Prices Always The Lowest"
GALE & COMPANY
Commercial and Court Streets Formerly Chicago Store
We lay So
FAIR WEEK WHEN YOU VISIT THE TRACTOR SHOW YOU WILL SEE THE FORDS ON PUT THROUGH THE PACES WITH YOUR OWN EYES, UNDER YOUR OWN CON
DITIONS OF SOIL AND TOPOGRAPHYUNDER IDENTICALLY THE SAME CONDITIONS YOU WILL USE IT YOURSELF.
THE FORDSON WILL EXCEED YOUR FONDEST EXPECTATIONS. . BUT WHAT'S THE USE OF TELLING YOU ALL THESE FACTS WHEN YOU WILL READILY SEE THEM
IN1TS DEMONSTRATION AT THE FAIR AND MORE, THAT IT DOES IN ITS DEMONSTRATION IT WILL DO FOR YOU EVERY DAY ON YOUR OWN FARM FOR YEARS.
The Fordson is simple to operate, compact, strong,
light weight (only 2700 pounds), powerful, economical
(operating on the cheapest fuel kerosene), long lived
and it has upheld its good name among over 55,000 own
ers. ' "'" y''"'' V' - - : '
You can depend on it to handle two 14-inch bottoms
in any soil, and on the belt you won't find a better power
.outfit, delivering between 20 and 22 horsepower at the
puiley, it will run your grain separator, hay valer, ensilage
cutters will, in short, handle all the belt jobs you have
to do within its rating.
The price of the Fordson is the price you want to pay.
That is because it is now manufactured at the rate of 500
a day, and will be increased by October to 1000 a day.
Quantity production has reduced your cost.
And remember that behind the Fordson is Fordson
service, the expert help and advice, the stocks, parts and
repairs that we keep ready for immediate delivery. There
is just one final step between you and the ownership of a
Fordson Tractor. Take it and do that now.
r ic tow TVTTrAT AND SAFE TIME TO BUY YOUR FORDSON TRACTOR. FARM TRACTOR MANUFACTURERS KNOW THAT MORE MACHINES WILL BE WANTED
n2n Tpi??HAN CAN BEJPPLIEr--HENC GET HIS FORDSON WHILE ITS ON THE MARKET AND NOT WAIT FOR A SHORT-
AGE BU lim.WI YOU SEE AND TOLL HIM YOU WANT ONE OF THOSE LITTLE STEEL HORSES OUT THERE TO DO YOUR FARM
In the Special Feature Tent
North of the Regular Trac
tor Building at the Fair. -
FordVon Dealers Association
VALLEY MOTOR CO, LOCAL AGENTS
VICK BROS., STATE DISTRIBUTORS
Don't FailTo See The Fordson
Demonstration and Exhibit
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