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WALTER MAILS STANDS INDIANS ON THEIR HEADS-WINS 9 TO 2
Giants Wallop Wicker The Glanta played all around t*e Indiana yeaterday bacauae they had the better of the pitching and connected with gob Wicker - * dink curve ball «nd alow faat on* frequently, the reault of the matinee being i Mo-2 deciron. Aa Seattle massacred the Indians Satur- My. the final* for the week were four and three. Spokane. Not bad for Taaly Raymond tnd hta band of determined athletes aftar the etart they made Tacoma Is the objective point of the Giant* until faur*day. on which date they a re tchadultd to raturn to Dug 4ala fia'd for four day*, aftar which they blow back thara with Tacoma aa tha oppoaitlon. In tha nest two week*. Seattle haa •'< games achadulad In Ta coma. while tha Tiger* have *jfht gamaa billed for Ougdala field. This arrangement la apt to meet favor with tha fans, for H brmgs tha club home over the wee* end. and that la whan baseball seems moat popular. Packer McFarland engaged In dkt training for * month before he article* to box Mike Glb ymt. and 1* **tlsfled he can come lack »» '**' ** « v » r Tho extra ••if hi. he *ay*. will put «t*«m Into lit punche*. Packey hardly ex pfcti to wore a knockout, but til»k« he will be speedier and that til ability to fetnt with both hand* will five him the verdict. FREE DOCTOR Call at the Right Drof Co. 11l WMhinj'.on at, n«*r S«-onl av*. lli feava the ox-government phyel riaadtacnoe* your »»•* and praecrlbe abadiutcljr without charge. We want your patronage and of fer r°a tha doctor'a aervtcee aa aa Mac* it. ant. Laaa |w the YaUwta ftaa EXCURSIONS -DAILY— P.S.NavyYard Oaf Hour's Ride on Puget Sound I. !• H. B. Ksnnsdy and Tourist Usvs Col man Dock «: 30, 8:00, M:M a. m.; 1:30, 1:00: 5:30 p. m. Visiters Welcome Daily FARE, 50c ROUND TRIP Children. 5 to 12, 25c. Us— Mala *ISI. 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The story of how she be came an American champion is interesting. A year ago she could scarcely swim. Her first race was swum and won in the face of doctor's objections. Determination is the outstand ing factor in her meteoric rise. We are dishing up the stories in three helpings. Don't miss any of 'em; you'll like their taste. FAMOUS NORSE SOLO SAN' FRANCISCO. At* If—Loa Rloeeom. the mare that trotted a mil* over the exposition track tn June tn 3 04 1 3 only to make a miserable showing la the 124,000 atake race, haa been aold to Con gressman Samuel McMillan of New Tork. Advices from Mike Gibbon*' training camp Indicate that Mike la about 11 pounda overweight. Mike having fattened up considerably since he quit the ting. Bob Kdgren says Mike ts a ahrewd matchmaker and will be able to take off the fat and retain hi* strength. Me doe* not say, h«V*ver. that Mike will beat Packey MrParland. j CONFT^SIOI^ THE HISTORY OF DREAMS (Copyright, ISIS, by th* Newspaper Enterprise Association) "Tell me something about Jim Kdle, Dick." I said last night when he came home to dinner. "What do you want to know?" These two questions, Itttle book, marked the return of Dick and roe to the good-natured basis of every 4sy life. I wonder If this I* the way It I* done In all other families. I feel that as long ss Dick snd T live to gether It Is useless to be qusrtel- Ing or grumpy with each other all the time and ao I think does he. Dick had been over at the hos pital Just before he came home and had remarked upon the profusion of flowers that Jim had sent dear Aunt Mary. "I never heard Jim Edle mention a relative, and with the exception of you and that Mr Stuart who w here the other night. I have ne\ known him to talk of a boyhood friend. Yeaterday morning, when I went over to the hospital at 9 o'clock. I found him sitting In dear Aunt Mary's room, which he hsd literally filled with flowers, hold ing her hand while the tears were rolling down his cheeks." " 'Just look at this foolish boy, Margie.' said dear Aunt Mary with a little catch In her voice, lie In sists that If he could he would g»> under the knife gladly If It would save me from that fate ' "Jim looked up with his old quizzical grin. 'You, of course, Margie, know how much I love Aunt Msry. You were by when I proposed to her. You don't sup pose I am going to let the only woman I ever asked to marry me suffer without telling her how much I suffer with her." " Hush, Jim, boy,' gald Aunt Mary softly a* she put her thin hand over hi*. 'Yon know that I love you as I would my own Hon, and It touch** me Inexpressibly to know that you have taken this old woman Into your h'art.' " Oh, Aunt Mary! Aunt Mary! Don't you k-now that nil the lovo that I* like a mother'* love, I have ever known, you Imve* given me? Why couldn't I have been your son T Think of It, nick, there wm Mm Kdle on hi* knee* at the bedalde, with his arms about dear Aunt Mary and she was stroking hi* hair. I never knew before that •dm had any sentiment " "Margie, you women Jump at "in clusions. .Mm Edle ha* all his life wanted love. Hl* mother died when he was born snd hi* father evidently haled him ** the Instru ment. which caused the death of hi* wife Before he was 10 year* old his father died, leaving him a great deal of money. At 19 he found the money had all been dissipated by his uncle. He left college and GEARY PROVES YAGHTIN6 SKILL SAN FRANCISCO. Aug. I«—Ted (deary's Sir Tom may be declared winner of the claaa R event Satur- 1 day In which the Fleur de Us. owned by Clarence McCarthy, of Ban Francisco. flnlahed flrat. owing to the fact McCarthy'* boat may be declared an Illegal entry. Ueary •ailed a magnificent r»f#. say local i eiperta. considering he did not i know the wind* Id the bay. A MAN'S went Weat and struck It rlrh In both oil and copper, but It took the beat year* of hla life—year* In which he never aaw a good woman —never he«rd a gentle, feminine voice "Just the other day old Jim told me that while many men might envy me my wife, the only woman he had ever really wanted waa Aunt Mary. 'She fill* exactly my Idea] of a mother The kind of mother I have dreamed about, the kind I have longed for all my life It *eema to me sometime* that I mu*t go to her and a*k her to *mooth my hair and call me Jimmy '" I looked .it Dick In *urpr!ae. "Do men *how their hearta to each other like that?" I a*ked "Sometime*." he answered. "When they are a* old friend* a* Jim and I." "But ha* he never found a worn an he wanted to make hi* wlf»r "I don't think so You *ee. Jim'* good women are all made of Ideals and dreams —he hai never really known on''." "Too bad he can't fall In lore with soma woman and marry her." "Perhaps It would he wor»e for him to wake up than to go thru life dreaming" "Are you awake, Dick?" "At the present moment, yes," FREE ADMISSION AT DREAMLAND MSCINO ITBSV ■VKNIMO msar ox« wilcumi Qfig? W* tbi •uparlorlt jr of th« I.undbar* TruM, and g\v fr#»« trial t" prova If A. LUNDBERG CO. Tru*»««. Appliancaa and Artlfl' la) Utrtba. HOT TI'IHO AVKirn Consultation FREEI^^SI All Disorders of Men and Women. »*«/ Dr. fflacy . ism P*rnnd Arm. Opponit* A read* l-.n franca. smkici HMIL JMA jmmm STAK—MONDAY, AUGUST 16. 1915 PAGI'2 7. NOT HANDSOME NOW 8 AN' nuxnsco, Aug 1J — How long Roy Corhan. *u*pended for striking "Handsoma" Jack Kll lllay during Saturday'* cam*, will b* out will N» detcrmtn»d by Preal dent lUum today. Ilaum (aid ha Intended to bo lenient No chance yet to change the first in tor In the name of thl* young collegian, Koob, who li pitching for the St Loul* nrown*. H* held the lk>*ton So* to four him In *»T«n Inning*. the Athletic* to four In nine Inning* and *i ut out Washington with four hlta In eight round*. *ald Dick with a laugh, "but to tan minute* I *hall bo asleep. Corn* on. Margie " And he caught me up with & kle*. I clang to him and let all my suspicion*, all my wnrrlee. go by the board for whatever might come; In that moment Dick and I were one. (To Be Continued Tomorrow) South Turns Out Most Stars of Diamond? NEW YORK. Aug I«— Dar ing a heated argument among the ballplayer* aa to the rela tlve merit* of the Southern and Northern player*. Willie Mitch ell of Cleveland and I»oc Cook of New York have named a team to be called the Jeff IHivl* Guard*, and are willing to bet they can heat any gang of North erner* to be selected later. The team of all Southerner* I* composed of: George Stall ing* (Georgiai, manager; catch era, Alexander (Texaa) and Street (Alabama); pitchers, Itur-ker (Georgia), Mltchel (Mis sissippi), Bchuppe (Kentucky), Vaughun (Tela* i; first baae, Johnston (Tennessee) and Schmidt (Maryland); second bane, Itel F'ratt (Alabama); shortstop, O'Marn (Tennesseei; third base, Malsel I Maryland) and Hcd Htnlth ((ieorglai; utility Inflelder, Her* og (Maryland); outfield, Cobb (Georgia). Speak er (Texas), Jackson (South Car olina), Wheat (Tennessee), Mi lan (Tennessee), Robertson I Virginia), Whltted (North Car olina), Cook (Texas). The Jeff lisvl* Guard* are a little weak In (ho catching and pitching de partment, but they are banking on their outfield. LETS GO OF WHEEL TO GRAB FOR HAT; AUTO IS DITCHED Miss Audrle Howarth, of the Cascade hotel, Terry ave. and Howell st., while learning to drlvn an 'automobile, let go of the steer- I Ing wheel to grab for the hat of her companion as It blew away. The auto went off the rond, four i miles south of Everett, and (he four occupants were InjtWed. It ImpptMird Sunday afternoon. flfnlriPH Mlkk Howarth the Has HBUKi-r* wnre: (ioorßp A. Johnaon, 820 Moron av«, own<>r of thf car: Stewart Hitg»r of .leffernon and Tarry, and Mi»» Anna Stanley, 24ttj avo. and E. l'lke. How They Stand In the Leagues m tii a too iioim All It II i»o A »; Until h, 1 f ...4 I a 4 0 o Ml .... 4 1 0, 1 4 0 Hint*, rt .... 4 ft 1 I ft 0 Itarih, rl 4 I l I u 0 Ilroolui. lb ...... . 4 1 I IS 0 0 tltilgttl. lb ~. I 0 a 9 i u C14m48, o . .... . 4 ft o I 'o ft Mut*. ?b I 1 t 1 4 1 Mftllft, P 4 110 1b T«UI| «« • || 17 11 1 Hpkftno — Alt It n ro. A r. Wuff 11. Ib f. 0 1 4 4 1 K • >i'»r. If . ... 4 0 0 I 1 0 Murphy. 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AnfviM 4 I. —*1 lx»ulB I I N**arb • • north WK*r*it* i rAorc Wo*. |«ol |*r>4 Mpoha** 71 47 «et r»r«»» gl &g ,ft*g A*»tlla «.i Alt At I I •««•«»•* Ml Alt Mm A*Eltl< AX UAOt V. Woo I-o*t Prt Itogton ftt SI 4*o Datroll ft |» 4)» Chicago 4,3 41 l»« Wllhlltfttft |4 II 114 **w Ytk I 1 to fci»t ClaralanA .... 41 IS JI4 ftt l,o«il« 41 ft! A'l f>hUa4*l*ht* II 71 II? *ATIO*AI. I.l? Aft( r Woo PH rhtlaAolphl* »| «| |4ft Brooklyn ... ........ 17 4ft. IK Chicago II II .*lO If II Iftft Pittaburg II II ill No* T<>r h .41 11 4lft M Tamils II II ,444 < lnrlßn.il 41 t7 117 roAit tJAOI r Wog. l.o«t Pot !,oa Arji'M . ... 77 Ift 111 •an PrgtwWwo 71 Ift 111 V»rnon IT 17 101 Oakland 14 74 441 F«rt)an4 . Ift ♦» 111 Halt Ukt Cl«y Ift 71 .111 FRAT FOLK TO VISIT There are to be high revel* bare neit »• «k when 200 membera of Delta Tau Delta fraternity paaa thru here en rout« Kaat from their national biennial contention at Han FYanrlaoo. SeattJa Delta have chartered two atramera to flee 'em a ride about Pngot sound, and there'll b« other doltgs dlddlng The federal league baa atarted lfc-cent baseball all over the circuit and It aeema to ba making a hit Five and 10-cent moving picture* revolutionised the theatrical gam* and those prlre* may put baaeball on It* feet again On Auftiat K the Ted* claimed If-.000 people at New ark and »,(»O0 <>n a Monday. After bleacher *eat* are aold tba fana flock to the grandstand, admlailon to which la a quarter It la better to play to a crowded honaa at 10 rent* a throw than to empty itand* at four blta and a dollar Every man who takes a sporting chance on : ■ * dimc against a tidy red tin of Prince mfiSg? Albert tobacco—whether it's rolled into a Bros makin ' s cigarette or jammed into a jimmy tITH * P'P®"" l ****** aM* ***** himself. Just can't ■' amE3&£■**'• ■' he,p il » t>ecrtllse p A. sure enough is built ' Cm * Cr ° SS p,ate ' ° ne% It's « 100 to 1 shot that P. A. will Jolt your system with joy. Men, today you can smoke your fill, all day, all night, and Prince Albert won't even make your tongue tingle 1 That's just about why men call ' >RIN£E Why, to know that everlasting smoke-Joy It yours is Just like get- j: i4.i-3 ■■ ting some money from home in the early mail every a. m. Makes > you (eel mighty cheery and puts you on the firing line for whatever _ your |uili. Unit's the idea! BROKEN LEG LUCKY ACCIDENT FOR OUR YOUNG 3RD SACKER Prank Qulgnl and Hla Bride SPOKANE. Aug. It.—Prank Gulgnl, third baseman for tha Seattle Northweatarn baaaball club, and formerly with tha Spokane Indiana, wia pure has ad by tha Benedicta thia morn. Ing for a Ufa contract He algnad up with the marrlad men'a club thla morning whan ha lad Mlaa Mayma lawa, pop ular Spokane girl, to the altar. Guignl wa* fanned by Cupid a few month* ago, whin hi* leg wa* broken, at the opening of the eeaton. The little god knocked a horre run and the ball player hid no chance when he met Mia* L*w*. He mad* a bate hit with her and Boxing in California Dead for All Time, Says Coffroth Boxing promoters and fight fol lowers of California t»l«•• * gloomy view of the future of the sport. Ac cording to Jim ("offroth, th'-re la ■mull pro*[KM t of boxing being re stored to the state where *o many championship* have charged hand*, lie even experts the gain'' to die a natural death In the Kast for lark nf Interest, due' to the fart that championship matrh<-s have heen practically wiped out. ('offroth naturally la not Inclined to underrate the lni|iortKU<r. of the houta he promoted and the effect they had on the fortune* of the ■port 111 general. He underratea the possibilities of boxing under the no-decUlon clause, for whleh he professes the utmost seorn. That Interest has fallen off to some extent alnre California raised the bar against the aport Is true, but that ha* been the result of hav ing su'h uninteresting ihamplon* as Freddy Welsh and Johnny Kll - at the head of two Important division*. she doubled at their first meet ing. Gulgnl I* s former Stanford and Santa Clara university ball player and will return to Cali fornia at the end of the season to enter Into business. he says. SPORT SJWIES Walter McKenry. pitcher aent to Cincinnati by Victoria, has more than made good He held Pitta burg to five hits yesterday and won, 6 to 2. The Keda have been com ing strong of late Brooklyn net the pace In the Na tional league last we»-k with *1* out of seven; the Phillies won three and lost one In the Ameri can, Boston won seven game* and lost one, while both Detroit and Chicago won three and lost one. Ban Johnson, Amsrlcan league boat. *ays 10 cents Is Sll the Federsl league should tvsr have charged. There wa* not a single National league umpire who protected when johnny Ever* announced he wa* going to quit baseball. And none hurrahed either when John changed bis mind. It's going to he an odd day. Jim Flynn l*n't going to try to win the hearywelght title from some one 40 time* as good ss he I*, sod Hackenschmldt Isn't going to rassle. Federal league batters were completely fooled by the "mud bill," but President Qllmore knocked It clesr out of the leagus. One reason why the Chicago Cob* have not won of late Is the fact that Jimmy Vaughn, star left fielder. I* dlsMtlsfted because three or fonr men on the staff receive a larger salary, and la not trying to pitch. Vaughn baa won only one game for Chicago since June 23, and has been taken out aeven time*. JIM COFFROTH THREE MOTORCYCI£ MARKS AT TACOMA TACOMA, Aug 16.—New world'i motorcycle records In the 100, 200 and 300-mlle, events were made yes terday on the Tacoma Speedway association lattice track by Earl Armstrong of San Francisco. He won the 300-uille ttv k on an Indian In 3 hours, 46 minutes. 29.9 seconds. His average was 79, M mile*. His average for 100 rnlle* was 81.41 miles an hour, and, for 200 miles, 82.8 miles an hour. BEAVERS WIN TACOMA, Aug 16.—Melkle and McfJinnlty were hit hard yesterday, the Heavers winning, 7 to i. Score: Vancouver 7 13 2 Tacotna 4 6 3 Batteries —Smith and Cheek; Melkle, McGinn Ity and Stevens. COAST STAR SOLD SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 16 — Clauds William*, Salt Lake's stat pitcher, cat sold yesterday to the Chicago American*. Williams nil drafted by Detroit two year* ago, but failed to stick. At one time this spring be was ready for r» lease. RUGBY STAR QUITS STANFORD TTNTVERSITT, Aug. 16.—Otto O. Lacbmund, Stanford ! star rugby player, has announced that he will not enter college thli fall, but will go Into business la San Francisco. MORMONS GET STAR CHICAGO. Ang. I#.—Jimmy ton. White Sox third buemu. left here today for Ban FYanclaco, where he will join the Salt Lak< C«Mt leafne team next week.