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THE DAILY CAPTT AL JOTTRNAI SALEM, OREGON. 8ATUBDAT, JULY 25, 1911 HENRY PECK'S COUSIN SALLY - - - - By Gross Things We NeverSee ' 10, 6eoC3T, Civ Vo1j The 7 I "BoV6 T3SE"Pel? AMP 1 i rf u - - w&f Sa HHp'TWteP vines' I GOJWW guvo tht Frenchman a second's rent SPORT NEWS Kobert fin it h whs outclassed from start to; TO MATCH CHIP jx$D GIBBONS. . Max Carey : Baseball By A. M. Corrigan. San Francisco, July An unswor r j i !from lleorire ( bin. conoueror of Fran:;; nea 'cune aayi. ,.4...e4e4---4 ; Klaus anil Isilly Murray, lis to whether! The circus plays that set the stamls Vancouver l.n ...III ........... .. .JH.. I 1..... I A I. tn utumnin' finif tin, I iiliimiin' homln nn' Hnoknnn M.KMaM Mffiyif mrtll luMirml t n lti .Infill tiril,! nlmil I I, a fi,,hf ' ., ..... . ... ... ..i lUKKTS UiUMUW HIGHWAY RCB3ERY I Northwestern League Standings. I W. L. P.C.I fifi 0 Gunboat Smith's Manager Says Car peutior Was Whipped When Corri Handed Him the Championship. RITCHIE'S TRAINER MAKE3 SAME CLAIM ABOUT WELSH peareil to he ilcuil tireil when the fight ; .. , ,lrl , s.,f..,;,i.. ! thrnwin ' nu their hut ure darn finn Senttlc (i' ('Ililcl. ix.(ll, mi. I ., nv i .i.... i... i lntii i iiphq. I'll admit T iia tn una Tncnmn . J iu vi iiiiiuii.-i, nun r.n-i iuu luitiij 1 ." ' " " ...... . ,-v - - ... crowns mrow a lit Victoria 41 an' yell like bnck Ballard 37 vam cats. I like the circus player,; Pacific Coast League Standings. Chip ix mati'heil to meet Sailor I nM.- ....l 1..1...1 f- , u' . , r " "" Promoter James W. fotfroth. Terms (h i, a irotlier of OeorKf Chip ml d ,,ollllitioll8 lor ,,, bout navo Sohl.er Nelson was called off as thebc(! Blll)mjttB1 to Liiip and his managor result of a hi , .; h oyer the weht ques-1 a oib, iiwii. . iiif i kiiiiii-ii 1,111 nrini nun lu lie l.'il pounds, while. Nelson Is said to troskey in 7i return mutch here next niL'lit. Die l'eniisvlvanian on a foul in the second round; Kid Koineo knocked out Joe ltcillly in the second round; hd Dorian and Joe rerrn boxed a four round draw; i Krankie Conway of Philadelphia stop All Sorts of Rumors About the Federals ped Hob Smith in the third round; Kd- hi,i-A tit.M.i.l II... I........ nl tr.tl ..n.....la .....i- ..i'i'i'i in, ir.iiiii nk i.i.i iruilllllO. ri. n.J. i.,-f u.i ... ..n' . rnday ir.,-i, iP,i; .,. ., ii. I i...'ii. i knocked out Petroskey recently in Ims ,i fnni in th ..,.,. i ...'.! . if : 1 1 Anueles and then came to Sau Francis- Murray in 15 Angel co and stopped Hilly rounds, "The only reason we are hesitating," said Jimmy Dime, Chip s manager, "is becuuge we don't want to work Chin Again Fill the Air Big Prices for Next Year Leaders. lie Mi-r.imiev ninni-ml win;.- i wiin : too hard. However, ColTroth has made in the second' round, and George Iiaird : n 0 l'1'- "tllvr ttlll we probably will defeate I Young Dixon in two rounds. "''''"l'1-" whttt: starts TAAiwrKn . T. . - 1 n, I I . HID VUllLDSb UttllLt311l U. " - " ycy n.u ouonuau.j New ork, July 2"). Over in liondon, K-1 , I n l. I "n r I l,r.,ii i,.V. r ;i,J San Francisco. July 25. Charlie Jim Diicklcy. nianner of (.lunboiit i weiehts Jnlniiiv Tillmnn nt Miim.-mmiiJ White, the Chirauo linht weiizht. started Mll.llh nllll Il, u ,... I,. .1 . .. . .. V: ' ..... . 'i. .lll n ......, ,,., u ,,,,,,, ,., ,, i,,.,,,.,, , rusH or Npv(r yrf w. ,.. irttiniiiK loiKiy xur iiih s.iiicuuicu i urn or riiigene orri, r,nuiiinn s mii known referee, who awarded (ienrues 'per M 38 40 42 l3 61 64 Jl.to .500 .G30 .400 .402 .306 too, an' give him all v. the credit due. -out,1 Venice (11 com in' down to L0s Angeles 01 facts, it's runs that Portland 54 win the K a m e s, ; Han j,-rancis(,0 ,i0 y'know. We can 't Sacramento .12 L. 50 51 48 55 58 63 P.C. .550 .545 .529 .522 .473 .382 for his scheduled 20 ' celled today by Promoter McCarey, who round bout here on the evening of Aug I decided that Tillman s physical condi-l ,lst 71,1 '- 'ot' Azevedo, tho Hac- ' il L -I! U . .. W .. I Mn ......, n li..l.l- ...I.i- IPl... U....I U..l. linn nu imii. suiisraciorv. rtici arev1 nniwi.-ij'in. inn wui iuci also intimated that he hail grown ' house has been Mdected as training ilniiht I'm) nf thn M iiitwiuntiin 'u nliilitv in illlllrters tor the Chicii L'nn n. ing to l.oiidnn cubic, luis just relieved show satisfactory opposition t a boxeri Azevedo 's manager savs he is eon hiiiiself of the following; I of Cross calibre, und. lifter the mnnv i lident that his churiie will win bv a rn,..,..f 1....... :ii: l' I b ...... b.... I -'Tiii, iiti-iiin iii-n-, nun IIIIWIIllll to nnwi n"in iiiko a cnance. I arpciitier the decision over the gun ner on a foul in their recent bout in lie Ilritish metropolis. Ilucklev urcoril- The bnvs were Julv 28th. " 'I II bet every dollar I've got that Smith can kno.k out tliut l'leiirhman 1 in ten roumls, providing un honest man is chosen to referee. I'm not tulking1 just to hear myself talk now, but I! mean business. 1 "Corn's recent decision wus nothing more or less than highway robbery. i Smith knocked Carpentier out with a right to the point of the juw. The Frenchman went down, and Smith, in! limning anoiner puncn couin nut p-HTom Kennedy, the niiiinrii. iiucu uutl Jll-tl -jlltTII tltipeil tier's face." to have "1 am not a betting ninii," he suid, fought "but I want to say here and now that I the first time I see iute Lewis, White's i manager, I am going to bet him $-"0 WANTS A GO AT CARPENTIER. j that White will not even knock Joe I down, let alone knock him out. Joo is I'aris, July 25. "Oct me fleorges'tho happiest boy in the world because Cnipenticr now and I'll stop him as1 he has the opportunity of meeting easily as 1 did Robert. " . I White in a 20-rouiid li'out, and do not I his was the declaration toilnv of be Hiirnrised if mv man nuts the I. American heavy- cagonii nwav. weight pugilist, who Ins. night defeated; Man Hubert, a Frenchman, in tiie fifth --.III... I nl i, a.I.. I...I 1,11 -.. I 1 .1. All p ' . m '"" oi'ii--iiiii-ii Mu-ruiuii- UKUC..-P ,, , , I "'".""I " 'I ho referee stopiied the bout to savei.jt I' eilcrnl league are rife again. ii re- o,,,. flm ,',,.. ,. port is that Jeff Tesreau ami Jack i ..... i e: . .n.. . " , . ........ l.lll'lll r I'llf tnllowuru U'lirn I m (ii'iiwdit.l ' with Kennedy's style of milliug. llel went after his mini in determined fash- BICYCLISTS TO RIDE Murray of the New York (iiiints soon nro t" become members of a club in trie outlaw organization. Another .... ,, , . , rumor is to the effect that Jin, Mc '"" tl10 "l" ,llnK go-g and never) Cafl'ery, t!ie Interiintioiuil league mug- ' unto of Toronto, is seeking a Federnl league Franchise. President Harrow huvs (here is not king in the report. "Toronto," says Hill Uradlcy, man ager of the lirooklyn Tiptops, "will lie in our league next year ami Meliaffery wi!l lie ono of the powers behind our independent enterprise.' ' Howard F.hmke, the sensational young I. ns Angeles pitcher, has been offered .7t!0 per mouth and a bonus of S-l'.Ui.O to sign a Federal league I'.'l.l iiintriict. Khinke is slated to join the Washington American league club, an I, according to reports, Khinke wants part of his ur hase price, nod if he fails to i;rt it will jump to the Federals, 3k&)lC&j:&'-lefc:&:fefc:& 1 T" . jft The Capital Journal will keep you posted of Home affairs while you are enjoying your vacation. got 'round that fact .- Oakland 42 Au ,80 'j1" 8 wh 1 1 Yesterday's Results. : m x ..iZat get.; vidr" Frnncisco tin' 'cross the plate. I . ,r . . , ,, Once he gets on he A Venice-Venice 4, Oakland 2. .L.tHi At Sacramento Los Angeles 5, Sac ItCU I I Jl ICC point. He leads off1-.. n.. . . for the Hrate nine an' streaks it down ! IIIPMJ VI A I I JIM. I INN ASK GEO. PETTINGELL The Electrician To show you "The New Way easy way-the scientific way in cookingthe that, first baseline with steam in ev'ry joint. His lends give all tho pitchers fits, he doesn't wait for someone's hits to push him up a bnce. He flies to sec ond 1'ke a bird an' then he's likely to steal third an' slido in on his face. He's old leaguo champ in steals an' runs an' keeps close to the topnotch ones nt pastin' that ol' pill. When Mux ain't prnnciu' 'round the bags he hungs around left field an' flags what busehits he can kill. Out there his speed shows up again. The bat just SERVIAN SITUATION See Method In Austria's Move, But Think Russia Is Not So Badly Crip plod as to Stay Out of Fight. London, July 25. Diplomats here ' were asking one another today whe-1 ther, in the fuce of the internal trou-1 taiis the pellet when he's ort to where bles on its hands, the Kusaiun govern it s hit. no's great, hut 1 enn t liclpimi.t dare take a strong stand in Ser- but "acks" where Cnrey got the name, via s behalf aguinst Austria. o' Max-somohow it doesn t fit. Tht,y Wl,re wondering to0) if the co. ASHLAND TO SELL OWN BONDS. 'aXae nrnit UbSS Ashland, Ore., July 25. Owing to un. satisfactory bids on the $175,000 aux iliary water bond issue, a special com mittee will take up the matter of dis posing of the securities direct to inves tors at private sale, in blocks to suit in ttiissia Iiaa not a deep significance. Austria took Archduke Francis Per- j dinand's assassination tamely enough, at the time, despite the fact that he was killed by a Servian student and i that it was openly charged his net was inspired by a widespread Servian or purchasers. The bonds bear 5 per cent, 1 Pnm? 111011 nml tlin.t he w"s armed by a and par and accrued interest will be . Servian nrmy otneer trom a Serviun the least tho citv will accept. They veramont nrstnal. run for serially. 30 years and will be redeemed Says Ritchie Wss Robhod. Chicago. July 25.- The flat statement that Willie Ritchie, former lightweight I'li.'iiiipiuii, was robbed by Kel'eree Col li when the latter unve his till.- to Freddie Welsh ill their recent bout inj I. 'in, Ion was voiced here today li Kinil! 'I'lliery, traiu?r -or the San Francisco! fighter. And Thiery brought back nJ i rm f n I of London newspaper clippings! to back up his assertion. , "When the battle ended,' said' Thiery, "Corri, instead of holding up Welsh's hand and giving him the ver-l dirt, walked to the other side of the ling, leaving the impression that the! tit lit "ns a draw. Then the Welshmen I in tin' now. I started yelling for Welsh! and when the hitter's seconds audi friends trawled into the ling, Corri, I evidently reconsidered nnd raised! Welsh's aim lis a signal of victory. "Ritchie was simply astounded by Corri 's ilccision. 1 1 was unable to! even voice a protest for a few minutes.! Then he broke down in his coiner and! cried like a child. "Welsh was practically out in the eleventh round, the. bell ' saving him from a knockout. In the last three rounds Welsh, knowing tlist he would! fl the verdict of he remained oa his! feet until the end of the battle, re-1 nth V fused to lead and kept running away liitchie forced the fight in every round nun nan cimi s luce at the finish," ut an t Weeding The Fans Were Disappointed. San Francisco, July 25. Local fight fans today were disappointed over the norry rhowing here last night of Tom AlcMnhon, the Pennsylvania heavy weight in his four rouiid contest with Charlie Miller. Referee Jack Grace railed the affair a draw and his de vision was just and proper. Miller anneared to be afraid of Me. Malion's punching when Charlie l'enusv IPr FOR Ml RECORD. The Electric Way See the Hughes ELECTRIC HOT PLATES, with one to three-heat control, with and with out ovens. A Luxury at the Price of a Ne cessity. No Waste Heat. No Waste Fuel. Actually cheaper than wood or coal. Cleaner and safer Perfection in cooking for the first time You are invited to see them demonstrated U .1-,- '.. j" J ' .V 1 L i. I.-- ' tl Ia ke.i .v ; fit ,w t -V - r t !"' t ' r u t 1 J - , - - Ail W- , . S. v j If fNk v, UJ ; k' l" v&te? j f W ! I' XT i j-tt .v u : ? t ' l-f v-t f . &f I 1- mi ' , v- " I 1 I I 1 1 1 . v i&r.VA x, - SJ--V YVk -VI It was the general belief that the Vienna government did not act because 1 it was not prepared to try conclusions ; with Russia and knew that Servia , would have Russian protection, j Thought Russia Helpless. Then, some weeks after everyone had ' supposed the assassination was looked Oil. excent for the nnsuiii'i trlnl Da ! SI a closed incident, Austria suddenly! makes to Servia demands amounting,' as the German press expressed it, prac- i ticnlly to n declaration of war, allow-' ing only 48 hours for compliance with its humiliating terms. J Was it a mere accident, was the I question asked here, that this was done, at the very moment a czar was fully ' occupied with formidable disorders ut home J Did the coincidence not also suggest,', it was asked further, a know ledge by Austria that the Kussian revolt was of proportions the St. Petersburg govern ment would find it hard to put down? rvireiy, it was argued with men fa miliar with continental politics, if it were true that Austria simply waited until Russia was too much in trouble , to interfere, to act ngainst Servia, it ' must have satisfied itself that the Rus sian difficulty would not soon be dis posed of. AU Europe Excited. In connection with these surmises there wns recalled the past few weeks scare at St. Petersburg concerning the activity of Austrian spies in Russia and the surmise was frequently heard that Russian officialdom's alarm con cerning the doings of its neighbor's secret agents wns not unjustified. t-uropcan markets were weak result ot the threat of war. American Phone Main 187 135 N. Liberty St. You Can Save Money by purchasing Vetch Seed, Grain Sacks and Sack Twine from D. A. WHITE & SONS FEEDMEN AND SEEDMEN 251-261 State Street. Salem, Oregon. INSANE FROM DRINK WILL BE DEFENSE OBJECT TO FEEDING BECKY BY FORCE Col. Wood and Others in Portland Pro test Against Forcible Feeding of Woman on Hunger Strike. 1 " An attempt to lower the record for riding from the Atlantic to the Pacific coast on a bicycle will be urndr i.o rider who will a tart from Coney Island, N. Y, on July 25. They will back their rear wheel Into the water as a wave rolls up on the aanda of Coney Island, and will plunge their front whocls into a comber at the Uoldeu Gate when they arrive at the California coesL "Dob" Liwimii tWPTltT-nln rMM rJ.l mnA "rKi.l.i IT . ... 1 .1 w fc. power, althoush of Sum Virk m II,. irii... .u i . , . a Charlie landed he jarred the1 eventa . th. i .n.. .Ci . i- nl.T, k, I . 11 V. ' UK Prt or the programme of the athletic isvlvanian McMahon ' .howlnV J.!n ,"iK """,Y'"e 'Pt'". ttirta Bun Franclaoo on January 1 neit. K.dowlng the moat dlreu anvthinTbut imr7sU- .,! h7i' ?i .T" r?at,uent- tn0 tw0 fr" " Hwkle the Wabash range, the Nevndt desert an.) the S'erni Nevada anj thing but impressive and he Mou.-utaldrt,, be their real prvblen,. ther. .re few 8n,de. cUie the mUoxH ftlm Haverstraw, X. Y., July 25. Insnn- i ity from drink, to which to took from brooding over his daughter's elopement i with Fred Newman of this place, will be Town Clerk William Clearv's de-; fense, it was stated todnv, when he is ' t, , T , brought to trial for killing Newman i Por,ll"". July 2,,.-A telegram ns a ; Friday. ' 80nt ,0m.v to Catherine Davis, commis- riCan i Tlirt lnt.r n vniith iif 0 n-nltin Sioner nf chnriti.ia nn.l AnA.l securities generally declined. Fnion int0 Clearv's office, with the announce- New York Citv, and signed bv f. E. S. lacitic was off lt points and Cana- lnont. ..-Mr- rleBrv. I have married Wood. Abigil Scott Uuniwav, Lucy Rose dian lacific 3, points. ;vour dnuehter and she is waiting in ! Mallory and Isaae Swctt, prominent tabinet members cancelled all plans ! NeHr York until I telephone her that i''tizens, and representing the sentiment for week-end out-of-town trips tl.ntjyou i,ave forgiven us." ! ot a meeting of Portland men and wo- they might remain in closer touch with without a word, Clearv reached into ! mtn. l'rotesta against the proposed for the eoiit.nentnl situation. his d(!,k drawer lulled o;it a .listol and ! cible feeding of Becky Kdelson, a pris- 1 he German bourse wns pnnickv and : .1,., vo.. i oner on Klai-kwell'a Tui-n.1 i there were heavy withdrawals from the j Kr;(1 Aewmnn, sr., the victim's fn- with '"'''''ng to riot in connection with banks. :..- : . i r-i.... Ti.!an I. V. W. dcmotwtrnUr,,, n said he honed to nrevenr thu inltnr'. ! a""KPr strike. conviction on a first decree murder "A.s ci,izi'ns we protest against the .unitary orders were being withheld 1 pending developments. j AFTER BEING BOBBED BEAT UP THE BOBBERS Los Angeles, Cal., July 25. After submitting to robbery at the hands of a pair of holdup men, George Kalphs and Andred Barclay turned on the rob-j HTJEHTA IN JAMAICA bers and inflicted suc'a severe punish-1 Kingston, Jamaica. July !.. ExPres nient that hospital treatment was neees-: ident Huerta of Mexico, who landed sary today. The robbers gave the names j here with his party late Friday, ei of William Chapman and Michael Dow-Ipected to make about a two weeks' ney. Both were seriously bruised and stay, it waa understood today, and cut, and ( hapman was beaten badly then go to New York. Whether or not charge. "I will be satisfied with a ! ni' .'e 88 unlawful and a tyrannous terra of years in prison," he added. lnvaalon of Personal liberty," the mes "I don't want him electrocuted." ! M8e s"1- 4.'Yo,,r announcement that Clearv has been a political leader j . f.ubJe,t Becky Edelson to for mally " "ib!e feeding places you on a par with i urmai iiriusn otricials, and merits vou the condemnation of a. I libertv-loving men and women." MACHINERY WANTS OF EVERY KIND are quickly and profitably supplied with the butt ef his own revolver, i he planned to make that his home could i TO WANT AD USERS wrested from him by Balph. inot be Karned. AND READERS DAILY. f X.