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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OSMON, FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, 1914.
SPORTS CHEMAWA WALKS OFF "Indians Show Very Poor Sportsmanship And Gams Is Forfeited to the Local Aggregation. .'MUCH PEEVED OVER CALLS OF FOULS AGAINST THEM -Again Demonstrate They Are Poor Losers And Create Most Un favorable Impression. X,'heniawa took another step toward Jiormanently acquiring the name of be ing poor sports in alt branches of ath letics when their basketball team walked off the floor in the first half of a practice game they were playing with Willamette university yesterday .afternoon. At the time that they left the floor they had scored 0 points by virtue of throwing 3 field baskets, while Wil lamette had acquired a. like number of tallies by free throws granted them on fouls resulting from tho Indians' rough playing. The captain of the team took occasion to swear at the official several times before his team finally left the floor. Although the official had power to dis qualify him for this conduct, ho was Allowed to continue in the game until ho finally called his team off the iloor. Game Declared Forfeited. After the team had left the floor and failed to return in tho required time the referee, 0. B. Gingrich, doclared the gamo forfeited to . Willamette by the score of 2 to 0. The poor sportsmanship exhibited by 'Chomawa was regretted by all present, especially Dr. Sweetland, Willamoto's physical director, who had always had the most kindly feelings toward the Chcmawn team and has done all in Mb jiower to keep a friendly relationship existing between the two institutions. While tho game was intended to havo lieon nothing but a practice contest, the two teams playing with the idea of ben efiting themselves rather than of Boe ing who could win, it appeared ex ceedingly peculiar to the small group of spectators that had gathered that the red men should make such a fuss over the affair especially since in the judgment of their own coach as well as 'many of tho Willametto men they appeared to have tho advantage and would have most probably have carried off the laurels. Not Good Sports. Willamette is not tho first Bchool to experience difficulty in the retaining of peaceful relations with the training school, both the local high Bchool ana Y. M. C. A. as well as teams from tho surrounding country testify that the conduct of tho Indians is almost always f an unsportsniau like nature. Since the red men an; ninny of them good athletes the local fans are very anxioiiB that some move bo mado to remedy the very undesirable conditions existing nt present. Just what form the movement will take is as yet a matter of simulation, Drake at the center position last season although in school finds his studies too heavy to allow him to turn out so that Homan and Tallman, forwards, are all that remains of the last year's quintet. The freshman class has produced one find in Eari Flegel, a former guard on Jefferson high school of Portland, and who is now holding down a like berth with the varsity. He uses head work in his passing and has good control of long shoots. He is badly hampered, however, in that this is his first season under the intercollegiate rules and it is rather slow work adapting an A. A. U. player to the intercollegiate rules. Among the other new men, Carson, a Salem boy now enrolled in the law de partment is showing to good advantage. He is playing at center and his enlong ated stature allows him to tip the ball over all who have yet attempted to compete with him at that position. He has had considerable basketball ex perience, having played with the Mt. Angel college team and with the Christ ian brothers team of Portland. Other men who are showing up well are Shisler, a sub of last Beason, Row land, who was a member of the varsity squad three seasonB ago and Gates, a freshmn who played during his academy year at the university and is showing exceptional speed this year. BASKET BALL IS OUI at the local gym and the Astoria ways, fortified with a knowledge of. their strong points gained by the trip they recently made through the valley, they should be able to make things exceed ingly interesting for the team from the local school. Those who will make the trip are: Proctor (captain) and Reinhart (man ager), forwards; Keen, center; Low and Ratcliffe, guards; Buford and Ford, substitutes; and Brownell, coach. JABS AND JOLTS f Mt The honest young man evidently felt Ca 1 TV. 11 that it would be obtaining money nnder JlOITlaCIl I rOUDI6S false pretenses. Due to Acidity "Bed Elllifer is the greatest catcher in the world," avers Red Dooin, who evidently has not heard of Jimmy Archer. So Says Eminent Specialist. So-called stomach troubles, such as In- digostion, wind, stomach-ache and in New York University, which did not ab'lty to retain food, ere in probably score a touchdown all last season, has nine CB8es out of teni simply evidence decided to number its players. It now that fermentation is taking place in behooves New York University to tell tne fool contents of the stomach, caus- us why. inK t"8 formation of gas and acids. jVind distends the stomach, and causes that full, oppressive feeling sometimes known as heartburn, while the acid ir ritates and inflames the delicate lining of the stomach. The trouble lies en tirely in the fermenting food. Such fermentation is unnatural, and acid for- The absence of Messrs. Sutton and matiou 8 nt oily unnatuml, but may Hoppe from the public prints leads one j involve most serious consequences If to suspect that their press agent sue-1 not corrected. . To stop or prevent f er cumbed to an overabundance of Christ-' montation of the food contents of the stomach and to neutralize the acid, and render it bland and harmless, a tea spoonful of bisurated magnosia, prob- FATE. There was a kid in our town And he was full of woe; He got a sled for Christmas, but There wasn't any snow. mas cheer. SIX OEEGON ORGANIZATIONS NOW MEMBERS OF CONGRESS ably the best and most effective cor rector of acid stomach known, should UNITED PRESS LEASED WIDE. be taken in a quarter of a glass of hot I would that I were sailing With Commy and McGraw, And see such tropic landscapes As I have never saw. I do not care for travel On oceans wide and rough, But I could get away from This winter baseball stuff. One of the sensations of the winter League is that Ty Cobb refuses to be a holdout. But Ty always was a sensa tional person. If you thinls that gamesness is no longer a national trait reflect on the wrestling match in Iowa which lasted five hours. Think of the gameness of the spectators who remained until the finish. The boxing expert who calls Gunboat Smith a modern Bob Fitzsimmons evi dently knows that Bob can't fight any the membership of the National Cham moro. But it's a low down trick to b(,r- Hvery stato and territory is ropre play on an old man. ' seated, with the exception of Now Mex- ico. Commercial organizations in Ha-1 T We always looked on Tommy Burns wa" Forto Rico and the Philippine SAN FRANCISCO UNEMPLOYED The Grammer School lenguo will start its schedule next Saturday morn ing in tho high school gym at S) o clock. I -ievpr umrilist The fact that ha Islands have been elected. The Amer- Every school in tho city will be rep-, ha8 de(,i(leJ not to Te.enter the riug ican Chamber of Commerce in Pairs, resented in the league and it is hoped : co..f;rnls our i,1(iLr,CI1t and tho American Chamber of Corn- that the schools will turn out and root . I niorce for tho Levant aro also members. for their team. The 8A's have been) Even if Mordy Brown lost a ?1 000 Tho second Annual Meeting of the excludod from the teams for tho reason bonus (wuj,,u no probnbly never would Nationnl Chamber will be held in Wash- have collected) ho showed great strat- ington Irom onruary 11 to jj. bov ogy in signing with St. Louis. Even if eral hundred business men reprosontn ho finishes last he won't be any worse ' tivo of commercial organizations are than Hugins or Rickey. Washington, D. C, Jan. 16. Oregon 0r cold water immediately after eating, has become roprosentod in the Chamber or whenever wind or acidity is felt, of Commerce of the United States of This stops the fermentation, and neu America during the past three months tralizes the acidity in a fow moments, by the election of the Chamber of Com- j Fermentation, wind and acidity are lneree of Astoria, and the Emblem Club dangerous and unnecessary. Stop or of Bend. Six Oregon organizations are prevent them by the use of a prope. now members of the National Chamber, antacid, such as bisuratod magnesia, There are now four hundred and which can be obtained from any drug-eighty-eight organizations constituting , KiHt and thus enable the stomach to do its work properly without being hin dered by poisouous gas and dangerous acids. M. F. P. . 1 HELD TO GRAND JURY In view of the fact that Charlie Mur phy's chauffeur was fined for speeding, we'd hate to be running his typewriter. If you can, you can imagine a wildly enthusiastic crowd in Westminster abbey. that they will go to high school and would break up the teams through their leaving. The toams were in the gym last Sat urday morning for their last practice before the season opens and from all appearances, good games may be ex pected. The admission to all these games will be played. Tho games start at promptly 9 o'clock and will be playod rotation as the schedule lists them. Tho schedule will be as follows: January 17: Garfield vs. Lincoln, Highland vs. Park, East vs. Grant, and ' Some say Mr. Wells has a weak Jaw Richmond vs. Englewood. and some say ho has a weak stomach, February 14: Lincoln vs. Richmond, but there is a strong suspicion that the Garfield vs. Grant, Highland vs. Engle-1 woaknoss is in his backbone, wood, and Park vs. East. January 31: Highland vs. East, Lin coln vs. Englewood, Garfield vs. Rich mond, and Park vs. Grant. , February 7: Lincoln vs. Highland, East vs. Englewood, Grant vs. Richmond and Farfield vs. Park. January 24: Garfield vs. Englewood, East vs. Park, Grant vs. Highland, and Lincoln vs. Richmond. February 1: Grant vs. Englewood, East vs. Richmond, Lincoln vs. Park, and Garfield vs. Highland. February 28: Garfield vs.. East, Lin coln vs. Grant, Highland vs. Richmond, and Park vs. Englewood. expected. February 12 will be devoted to the broadest consideration of all that is involved in the Sherman Anti trust law and the regulation of cor porate activity by law. Tho Annual Banquet of the National Chambor will bo held on tho anniversary of Presidont Lincoln's birthday. On February 11 Secretary Wilson of tho Department of Labor will address tho meeting on "The Relation of the Department of Labor to Industries and Commerce." HIGH SCHOOL BASKET IS While 0. A. C. and Oregon having Leon filling the Portland papers with hard luck stories regarding their poor chances in basketball Willamotto has Ixwn hard at work trying to scrape together a team worthy of printing a hard luck story about. Young and Hepp, star guards on Inst vear's team and Raymond Drake, con tor, have not returned to school this year and Pfaff, who alternated with Americus and Strangler Lewis have a perfect right to hurl challenges at Frank Gotch, but if they do not have a care he may accept. Ir ft ft One might become interested in the rumor that sovernl Giants are on the market that is, one might if one were in the ivory business. Shortly after he signed his contract to manage the Rods, Charlie Herzog announced that ho could see a pennant, Never having tried the Cincinnatti brand, our visioim havo been confined to lizards and pink mice. Ivan Mamutoff claimB that he once threw the Russian Lion. Ho is now learning to throw tho American bull. SOON FOLLOWS HUSBAND. UNITED rilESS LEASED WIRE.) Philadelphia, Jan. 10. Mrs. 8. "Woir Mitchell, widow of tho author and phy siciau, who died only last week, her self succumbed yostorday to pneumonia SATURDAY SPECIALS SATURDAY SPECIALS Shipley's January Clearance A Big Saving Throughout the Store RUFF NECK SWEATER SWmen's pure wool sweaters, cardinal only. SPECIAL $3.98 and Misses' all BATH TOWELS Good heavy bleached bath towels, 40 x22 inches SPECIAL 19c CORSETS One lot of corsets in broken sizes and odds and ends. ' SPECIAL $1.48. MUSLIN UNDERWEAR Combination suits and under wear in good materials, neatly trimmed. One lot SPECIAL ONE-HALF PRICE 9VALITY POPULAf HFPrHANDISt yBCBTY STRCCT KTWtCM STATE 6 COUQT PRICES UNITED IMIFSS LEASED WNIK.l San Francisco, Jan. 10. William Thorn and four othor members of the unemployed army, charged' with rioting on the streets horo January 8, wore hold to answer to the superior court here yesterday afternoon by Police Judgo Crist. The preliminary examina tion of tho men proceeded after Judge Crist had deniod a plea of tho defense that prisoners be givon a jury trial iu the police court. The rioting is alloged to have occur red when a teamster attompted to drive through a parade of unemployed men. Tho toamster escaped but Patrolman Brown, who went to his rescue, was struck by a cobblestone. Patrolman Tillman was the princi pal witness for the prosecution. He said be saw Thorn standing at the head of the teamster's horsos and heard him urge tho crowd to "kill the cop." Patrolman A. W. Millor gave similar testimony. BOILERS FOB SALE, Sealed proposals for the purchase from the state of two socond-hand atonm boilers, CO inches by 14 foot of about 70 H. P. each, will be oponed by tho Stato Board of Control at 2 p. m. ThurBdny, January 22, 1911, at the stato capitol building, Salem, Orogon. Prospective purchasers will find the boilors installed in tho old boiler room at tho state house. A certified, check for tho full amount must accompany each proposal. Envelope containing bid to be marked on the outside "Proposal for purchase of boiler" and addressed to undersigned. The right is reserved to accept or re ject any or all bids, or to waive any informality in bids. For further in formation apply to W. C. Knighton, architect, at stato houso. R. B. GOODWIN, Secretary Oorgon State Board of Control. , MAJESTIC RETURNS. UNITED PRESS LSABBD WIRI9. Chorbong, Jan. 10. The liner "Ma jestic, which loft Wednesday night for New York with Mr. and Mrs. Francis B. Sayre among its passengers, and ran immediately into a violent storm, re turned yosterday taking in water through several brokon ports. As soon as ropairod it will snil again. MON JAN. 19. TUES JAN. 20 RAILROAD OFFICIAL ENDS LIFE IN NEW YORK Don't Stay Gray! Nobody Can Tell When You Darken Gray, Faded Hair With Sage Tea and Sulphur. Grandmother kept her hair beautiful ly darkened, glossy and abundant with a drew of Sago Tea and Sulphur. When even her hair fell out or took on that dull, faded or streaked apoariineOj this simple mixture, was applied with won derful effect. Hy nsking at any drug store for "Wycth's Sago and Sulphur Hair Remedy," you will got a lnrgo bottlo of this old-time recipe, ready to use, for about 50 cents. This simple Tho two teams met recently in tho to read a baseball story that is not mixture con bo depended upon to restore We fail to see how the Washington club will profit by tho yarn that Wal ter Johnson will be insured for Tho highschool basket ball team left ' ,00 0(l0- vulter docs not need that today for Astoria where they will play ort of j(re89 aR(,llt wor-K. Tho high school baskolbaU team lett evening. j would be a great rcliof these days high school gym at tho local school, ' punctuated with dollnr signs. I Astoria being defeated 35 to 20. Both I teams have made material advances It Is a lead-pipe cinch that the Eng- sinco thiB contest and tho one tonight lish fashion of wearing evening dress promises to be an exceedingly hard at the ringside will never become pop fight, iular in this country. A ringside spec- In the recent game hero tho locals tator here needs a raincoat or a bath had the advantage of the home floor ing suit, and with this advantage did not have th0 game won until well toward the end It must have been through an over of the second half, tho first period end- sight that when Cy Williams was mar ing with the score in favor of the visit- ried no scribe announced that ho had ors. signed a life contract. In the gamo this evening the Astoria . team will bo on their homo floor with Marty Cutler desorves much credit for boundries entirely different from those his refusal to fight for a I0 purse. Porry. natural color and beauty to tho hair and is splendid for dandruff, dry, itchy scalp and foiling hair. A well known downtown druggist says everybody uses Wyoth's Sago and Sulphur, because it darkens so naturally ami evenly that nobody can tell it has been applied It's so easy to nao, too. You simply dampen a Hpongo or soft brush and draw it through your hair, taking one strand at a time. By morn ing the gray hair disappears; after an- UNITED P11ESS LIDAS1QD WIIIR.1 Now York, Jan. 16. Richard Lank ford, vice-president of the Southern Railway, committed suicido yosterday in his apartments in Brooklyn. His body, nude, was found in tho bath room with the gps jet wldo open. Lank ford was only 35 years old. Evans Lynch, a negro, porter, found the body. No causo for tho suicido was know by Lankford's friends or business associates. Miss Nellie Patterson, Lankford's fi iineeo, collapsed yesterday afternoon, when she viewed his body, Sho said they had been engaged for a year and were to lwvo been married Saturday, Sho denied that they hud qunrrelcd. BUILDINGS WORTH QUARTER OF MILLION DESTROYED Grand Opera House Elks Great Show . L. Brown' a Tuneful Comedy The Band from Amsterdam Presented by Salem Lodge No. 336, B. 7. O. E. Fifty local celebrities In the cast, GO. Pretty girls, catchy music, fancy dances, beautiful costumes. Misnificently ttagod. Reserved scat sale opens Saturday, January 17. EBBU Charleston, W. Va., Jan, ID. Build in gs which cost 2'i0,nil0 to oroct woro destroyed yesterday afternoon, accord lug to a mi'Hsago from Cumberland, when the middle section of the West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company's dnm 17 miles from Dobbin collapsed Thn dam went out piecemeal, it was stated, which was all that prevented a disastrous flood and it was with tho mi. He section that a considerable ooi tlon of tho plant connected with it went down. It was understood then) woro other application of two, it is restored , no casualties. to its natural color and looks glossy, All tho water in tho sixty-acre us soft and abundant, Local sgont, J. C. orvoir back of the dam, howevjr, drain- ' cd Into tho Stony river. House of Half Million Bargains Come and soe the biggest wonder iu the history of Salem. You will find iu our place the blggout accumulation of articles, from a hairpin to a threshing machine, evor soon. Feather beds, bed springs, crockery, dishes, latest style now and second hand pictures, clothing for men and women, shoes, suit cases, show cases, vacuum cleaners, books, all kinds of now and socond-hand machinery, construction and all kinds of tools. Steam and water pumps, gasoline engines. We buy and sell every thing from a noodle to a piece of gold. We psy the highest cash price for everything. The House of a Half Million Bargaioi. H. Steinbock Junk Co. 233 State Stroot. Salem, Orogon. Phone Main 224 MR. 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