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' i i' ; T! -r , . . , . THP. . rAwmif. " - ' MONDAY, OCTOBER, 23, 1922 HS1 ake Advantage of the Capital Journal Bargain BEARCATS If fl FROM UNFED SC0RE25T00 MUTT AND JEFFMgtt Neyer Lies to His Wife. Subscription Offer of $3 a Year ByMail oKtAIH Copyright 1920 by Ml Feature Sendee Inc.-Trade Mark Keg. ItOMS UWTIt- tfiT& TONIGHT AS HAVS- "TO Chctatc- ovea. The Willamette university elev en easily defeated the Llnfield college, McMlnnville, ,; team last Saturday afternoon on the Sweet land field 26-0. The features of the game were the three rung for touchdown by Zellar, two being for 60 yards and one 80 yards. He also carried the ball over for the other touchdown and did the place kicking after touchdown, making two out of the four. This is the first game of foot' 5 lct.es in something like 15 years and for the first game they did exceptionally well. They were rather slow and clumsy but bad enough' steam to show up the weaknesses in the Willamette line. On several occasions the vis itors made short passes which should have been broken up by the backtield. All of the passes were over left end and the receiv er should have been held by the end. Only twice were the Llnfield men within scoring distance. Once In the second period they tried a place kick from the 35 yard line but the ball hit the ground be fore It reached the standards. When the third period ended the Ltrifleld team was within three yards of the Bearcat goal but could not muster the steam to push the ball over the lino. The game was a practice game for the two teams and not to be considered In future years as a reguarly scheduled match. The way in which the teams went at It would equal any of the sched uled games, however. As soon as the game was assured for the lo cals Bohler put in a number of substitutes in order that he might got a better line on them. jiouis nuncingion acted as referee, George Hug as umpire, Harry White, McMlnnville, as head linesman, and LeBlio Spring er, Salem, as timekeeper. . Next Saturday the Bearcats will meet Chomawa on the local field. Inasmuch as the Salem high school defeated the Indians by a large score two weeks ago Satur day It is not expected that the locals will have a hard time to win. A large number of substi tutes will more than likely be sent In. WilW THAT THoSS bTTPS AIS- OFF rAV MIMD IWC'LL pR0Ce?Q TO TH3 UOW TPiMGRS'1 tLuB, J 1 &: ' " rr ; i m ' r " "' ' " " i ( ii -l - i ii. -i -r- ftr. i . .1 I ,..,. v.T. - I lAnfsClUr. J. -I II NOW I fin i mo U.-I l 1 ) mmm KTrry taks toV what x J (2 ? IX'IZ ms mow tamc-rsuu S -V II II II ! I " j- T M V A I l Vi V v w m 1 ...... t ! ITOjW Lerreiy I woolTjn'T J V 3 TAMeRVXiuB ) s?yJ - i Yes. Bass. 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Olive Tablets are purely a vegetable compound mixed with olive oil; you will know them by , their olive color Take one or two every night for a week and note the effect. 15c and 30c. MARION YOUTHS 10 EXHIBIT PIGS IE SHOW FOURTH ATTEMPT TO BREAK JAIL FAILS Seattle, Wash., Oct. 23. The fourth attempt of James B. Red mond, under sentence to the state penitentiary for robbery, to es cape from the King county Jail was frustrated today by a jailer. Redmond had sawed through the barB of his cell and escaped into a bathroom adjoining the cell. A jailer discovered his hiding place and overpowered him. Redmond was convicted of robbing a bank messenger of $25, 000 here last year and with Louis Lazarus and Willard Holt, com panions in the robbery was sen tenced to serve from five to ten years In the state prison. Lazarus la serving his sentence, while the appeal of Redmond and Holt is scheduled to bo '.heard by the state supreme court November 2. Lester Barrows, Frederick Bar rows and Homer Bray of Marlon cStoty are exhibiting their club project pigs at the western royal livestock show at Spokane, Oct. 28 to Nov. 2. All three exhibited at the Oregon state fair at Salem, in both club and open classes. The Oregon Farmer sliver lov ing cup, given to the boy scoring tne Highest in club work, was won by Lester Harrows at Salem. He won one .championship and seven first and two second prizes in the open classes, and in the club classes first prize, division two, and second In division three His winnings totaled $127. Frederick Barrows won a flrsl and a fourth prize in the open class, and a fourth and a fifth in the club class. Both Lester and Frederick exhibited Berkshire pigs. Homer Bray, showing Chester Whites, won a first prize in di vision one, Becond in division two, and fourth in division three, in club classes. In the open classes he took three firsts, five' seconds, three thirds, one fourth and one fifth. He won $13 in club classes and $150 in open classes, making a total of $193. The three boys are shipping their pigs to Spokane with Caas Nichols, a Chester White breeder. Henry B, DeVoro, acred 14, is the youngest boy ever admitted to Pennsylvania State College. Hi.g sla ter, Lois, aged 10, claims the honor of being the youngest girl student. They have both enrolled with hon ors from their high school. Women are admitted to mem bership of the Brooklyn, N. Y chamber of commerce. West Salem At the parsonage of the First Christian church, Thursday, Octo ber 12, was very quietly Bolemn- ized, by a few witnesses, the mar rlage of Miss Wllhelmima Cox and Bruce Wallace. The ceremony was read by Rev. Evans. Tha bride is a grand daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Bales of Fifth street and has many friends and acquaint ances in this vicinity. After tak ing a short honeymoon, they im mediately went to housekeeping on a ranch near here. Mrs. P. J. Derby and children of Manning were house guests at the home of Mrs. Derby's mother last week. The Wurm property is being im proved by putting a garage up. Robert Dunn was called to Tort land Wednesday on account of the serious illness of his motner, Mrs. Mary Dunn. The regular meeting of the la dies aid of the MethodiBt church was held at the homo of Mrs. Mary Billings, Wednesday. There was a good attendance and the la dies were kept busy sewing quilt patches. The next meeting will be In a fortnight at the home ot Mrs. E. Breckenridge of Fourth street. Mrs. A. W. Anderson was one of the guests who attended the wed ding of her sister, Miss Wheeler of Portland, recently. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Moore of Fifth street gave a party in honor of their little daughter's eighth birthday on November 17. The little folks enjoyed the afternoon playing games and at an early hour a two-course lunch was served. The house was decoraea with roses and nasturtums. Jessie's lltie friends showered her with some useful gifts. The guests included were: Guinlvere Wood, Dolly Stewart, Opal Means, Vira Hall, Marguerite Filsinger, Zona Oiler and Jessie. Moore. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Burch were dinner guests at the Bran non home, Sunday. Miss Lulu Colson of Bingham, ommmiumumnmutnmmsmuisi Capital Junk Co. WANTS'. AU kinds of junk and second-hand goods. We pay full value. 215 Center Street Phone 398 tttitnituttuffltr EH STEINB0CK JUNK CO. " . Is always in the market for all kinds of Junk, Rags, Rub ber, Sacks, Paper Magazines, etc. We also buy and sell used Furniture. Top cash prices pnid. WMIT.I.S A 1 C3i?: :f A LSI & .J Highest patent Vim represents the finest grade of hard wheat grown in the northwest. From the time the wheat is delivered to our warehouse our expert millers are selecting and reject ing until the final product, Vim Flour represents the greatest value that can be offered to the consuming public. Rose City Milling Co. St. Johns, Portland, Oregon There is a Vim dealer in j our town. Nebraska, was the house guest ol her sister, Mrs. Skipper of 470 Kingwood avenue, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pierce and family, accompanied by a friend, motored to Portland the lattei part of the week and visited Wends. Mr. Mann is improving hit. place by building a porch. Mr. and Mrs. Seeley of Saicm made a flying visit on Mrs. S. A Leach, Saturday. Mrs. Shields gave a dinner at her home on October 13 th in honoi of Mrs. Frakes. It was giyen to celebrate her birthday and she re ceived some nice gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lee and son, and Mr. and Mrs. . Hamby and daughter, accompanied by Clay Frank, were dinner guests with friends at Portland Sunday. Mrs. W. F. Thomas gave a din ner at her home last Wednesday in honor of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. 'Lamb's 20th wedding anniversary. The occasion also was celebrated In honor of Mrs. Lamb's birthday. The honored guests were showered with beautiful as well as orna mental gifts and those who enjoy ed the function were Mrs. Albert Thomas, I. W. Thomas and family, Mrs. Lulu Clark and children and Mr. and Mrs. Lamb and family. The Cherrington property on Fourth street is rented by Mr. Ralph and family from near Eola. Mr. Cherrington and children have moved to Salem. C. K. Kussell and Luella Russel) were dinner guests at the home of Daniel Finley, Sunday. The water board of West Salem is still doing ail in its power to Improve our water supply, as they are drilling a well on Front street, by the river. Arno? Anderson, engineer for the new gravel bunker of near Made to Measure SUITS $35.00 Your choice of splendid assortment of fine pure Wool Worsteds, includ ing blue, grey and heath er serges. Why buy ready mades when you can have your suit tailored to order for $35.00 They're made up in style you select, no extra charge. Scotch Woolen Mills Sola, has rented the C. A. 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