Newspaper Page Text
THE llART CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM OREOOW THURSDAY, 8EPTEMBER 2i. 19U.
By Gross 1 0. B. Gay, Our Popular Comedian Get the POLITICAL CARDS EARL RACE II CofetooUTe'l I H OQ KC .FT GeMMS I I I W& WhU- HO A ATMElTc UU PlTTVj C J' IrfxL L-u'SP MoTo HS5"T75 c-ouuur, Recorder TbBe fokV, Co efb - TrtS u? Tmei LEP' Do-rTte BliW lWfte At All 4-V , Platform Now vetfi 2L-fl,UT CA-4 Hrck' The n'aiR J T TABLe-Vocte vMfes CFF TSb DuiTOi WIA Rob H DW H0 k-1 i "SJ'f Justice in re.-.-rder's -"rt ' iN 1 7 e- K- lcW SACRED HEART ACADEMY tinder the direction of Sister of the Holy Name SALEM, OREGON EOARDING SCHOOL AND DAY SCHOOL Mnt unDfoved method. Pn - r j mary, Grammar and High School Department, Complete Courtes in Harp, Piano, Voice Culture, Violin and Harmony. No interference with religion o? pupils. MODERN CONVENIENCES DOMESTIC COMFORTS Scholastic year begins second Monday in September. Address, SISTER SUPERIOR L. M. HUM Care of YICK SO TONG Chinese Medicine and Tea Company Has medicine which will cure any known disease. 153 South High Street, Salem, Ore. Phone 283. Cet acquainted with &Cfl Sold in air-tight packages only NORWICH UNION FIRE INSURANCE SOCIETY BUBOHARDT B MERE Drill idellt Agent. $85 8t Btr. fl .iii ot Beaii.y is a Jo) f?u T. FELIX COl'RAl D'S OXIENTa CREAM OR MAGICAL BEA'JTia V il W ill ' II.. ill 1 r.oitntiif IS Im liunirn, nf :i tM vntirri ml i ('if nni' by lit ilrti -i mul rii itM.xia Uiiloit 10 the Utif'.'J ?f ui, PailT.HQPIllHS.Pr3B, 37 QriU t 1 Kill IHi'HAr i Kurort, JAPAN PREPARING ; ITS FAIR EXHIBIT S.i u l.'reiii isci, Sent, ceived here l.om Tul.i Va'iiaw.'iki, the .lapane to the P.iitaina Pni iln- I. Advices re i f i mil llaniki e i nmanssitiner exnusitinn. say that Japan is proceeding with her piep a i -i 1 1 on for pin tieipatiou in the exhibit. J;ipnus exhibit, he sai I, will be of in eie.ised excelleiu-u because nf the in rtbility of tlie Kinnpean nations at war tn participate. There Is more Catarrh In this section ol 1be country than all other diseases put together, and until the last fow years was supposed to be Incurable. For a freat many years doctors pronounced It jcal disease and prescribed local reme dies, and by constantly falling to cur Vvltli local treatment, pronounced It Incur able. Science has proven Catarrh to be a constitutional disease, and therefore re quires constitutional treatment. H:ill' Mtarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J Cheney A Co., Toledo, Ohio, la the on! Constitutional cure on tlie market. II Is taken Internally. It acts directly on tin blood and mucous surfaces of the system. T-bey offer one hundred dollsrs for any ease It falls to cure. Send for circular! and testimonials. Uddreu: F. J. CHENKT s CO., Toted). Ot Hold by Drusftst. 76e. Tk Hall s Family pills (or oooitlmtUa V'SJ -- P...i,i'- Tin, T'tnitui r--,sy i si i',i0i, C s(& l :j iu.i-.vti.il. I I Vt',' T -Jr i '' '' ' ,, ' i. CI V V' "( 11 V''ir mi r S I mi i f mm 1 ;" ANNUAL PENDLETON l" a "X ! SPORT NEWS 1 iUggsi !!3Ha8 MIKE DONLIN BOOMED FOR CHANCE'S PLACE Jack Dunn of Baltimors Also Men Honed as Good Man for the Job New York Bunch Orouchy WILLIE BEECIIER WILL SOON INVADE AUSTRALIA Jimmy Clabby to Meet the Winner of the Chip Murray Fight to be Pulled off at San Francisco (Ey Hal Sheridan.) Nt-w Vork, Sept. 24. Miko Dunlin, fi)rim-r star onlfii'ldiT of the New Vork Wants ami at one tinie one of the hanli'st hitters in the. gaine, lieini; linonieil here toiluy to Hiicceeil Frank ( lianep li imuiBner of the New Vork Iliiihlunilcrs. .lin k lliinii of liultiimire also ia heiim inentioned for the job but it is believe,! here Unit Dunlin has the ins'nle tnu k. Dunlin is iioiiulnr with the players ami knows baseball from bPUinniiiK to ,n.l. When Mike was playing rexular Iv in th outfield for the (iiants he was one of the must feared batsmen in the National leauue. He Khone in the pini hes ami his safe wallops when a run was needed to win a imine liiuneil tor him the resneet of npliusiiiir twirlers Several years uk Dunlin retired from baseball, married the late Mabel llite. an actress, ami the pair toured th.. vaudeville houses for several sea sons. When Mrs. Dunlin died Mike went bni-k tn baseball, lie made the world's tour with the (limits and White Sox last winter and when the tourists returned Midraw signed him up as pinch hitter. Charlie Duoiii and his nii;re)ntion of l'liilli,.s nre in Dutch with Mid raw anil his uann. The New York players say thev are nut kiikiuir because the I It 1 1 lies' beat them three out of five unities in the Inst series idnved there, but their resentment is based on the fact that Duoin use I all his ynuni pitchers. .iiiiiinst r.iistiin and worked his uooil ones ilmibl" haul iiiniiist them. In the r nt series Duoin used Alexander twice-- aver twice and Tincup uuce. A.iiiiiist the Itiuves he useu his second string in a majority of the names. To Hit Australia, l.os nitelcs. t ill., Sept. ill. Willi tieeclier of New It rk will be the next American i.utMlist to invade Australia urn It. r the. direction of "Snowy" linker if he accept!, mi otfel'r for three battle; received from I he Aiistialian promoter. who reserves the rmht to name tn other nriueiiial.i. needier meets Johnny Dnii, lee at Vermin next week. Clahby to Moot inner. San Kriineisro, Sent. -1. linimy I In Id i v. the llnmmond, luil., mid, He weiuht. will meet the winner of th iii.i,r,i chin-llillv Murray fiuht to In stiiued here on the evening ot Septetn ber .'111 bv Promoter .lames W. Col'l'rolh Miniav alreadv lias aiee, to sin a match in the event of his defeatiuK 'Chili and Multiuser .liintny Dime, aetinj! t'ur I hin. as-reed tu aive Cni'lrolli definite answer tinlav. Claliby will i meet the winner of the Chip-Murray mi next montn. X.in-i-HV is rapidlv r ii Hi 1 1 ti to toiin fur his ineetiu.j with Chin :iu, is con I'i.lent he will be able In reverse th result of the former tneetinu, in whi ( hin scored u clean knockinit. Murray is boxiiiL' ilailv with llarrv Wills, (tt l:..r,r Willii. Aieelian and Soldier Ne on, as husk- a .pmrtetto as any mi bll wei.'lit woiii.i want to taeali! in mo a I'ternoon. I hip also is wnrUiu! hard for the contest. The cut over his eye, which caused a postponement of the bout, has healed nicelv. I hin boxed ei'-ht rounds yesterday, takini! i Joe Chip fur threi Ked Watson rounds each, an I and Stanley Jones fur two rounds. Baseball Discussed. ,o. Sept. i oa t I.' m. todav f th" o clovs vv er 21. Directors ;igie met here to disenss the i-phan Mission in session nil- witlinut reach- of tin Hgaii 1 1 a ped.Pii.g'" did.. The .I t:l a late l.o: nig an agrci It win uu of the San sistauts hav :lie prnje.-t I'- hist l inent . dor-loud that .1. i .il Kwiug Kratn i-co club and his as " flatlv refused to consoler of establi-lnng a second team periiinii entlv San I'r.'iueisco. to oppose giving l it teen weeks of Kvving also was I al. laud as nun .i baseball, pai ti. nlarly with rival games scheduled on this side of the bay. Mention was also made of having: cohtiirious baseball in Portland, but there vv:i no debate mi this ipiestiou and Judge Mel redie would not say whether he favored the scheme. A re port from Portland that the Pacific Coast league was tn curtail its season win denied by President Al llauni. "That contingency," he said, "has never even been thought of, l"t alone ,'i; eiisse.'. You may say for me that we have no intention of dropping any games from the schedule but will go through with our full season as planned. Whit will be done another year is a question for league owners to de.'Me nt their annual meeting. "So far as the Sacramento or Mis sion club is concerned, the committee . . . . I ...... . soil noliSCS III III!' .icviisii iuniii.. u , . ys i dry ogi; cn b OXHl io lh 6 1 -- I The morning after's always sad. An . , , ., West, tolloo, In ne.iily ' ..miinys I it dr.'n: liquid .n.i pw I .- SHERIDAN WRITES OF FOOT BALL SEASON By Hal Sheridan. (Written for the Unitd Press.) New Vork, Sept. 24. Old Kin Foot- nil is alinut to mount the spurt Cirone. lie is eollictinn his reservists tlironuh- nit the country and alrea4 has en Killed in many slight skirmishes with ancient enemy, Cznr Haseball. In all of the outlyiim posts tootball s ones are scoring heavily. Around the centers, thouuh, lla:ieb.'ill still holds nitli the strongest. Not until alter the world's series tuff does King Kootbnll expect to reign supreme, lie cunee.ies i .ar ttase ball a lead on space in the sporting ages until after Macknieu score theii usual fall victorv, but after that he I'xpei ls to come into his own with a ensconce. The football outlook around the Kast this year is unosuiilU interesting. Vale uccumes the spotlight, not because it is expected to "clean up" this tall, but aiise trunk Ihnkev is back tu eoaeti Old Kli's pigskin warriors. The pros pect of this former lllue star putting in a winning team there this year i very doubtful. The task is too great in tue minds of football critics. Hut the llinkev spirit, as it is re menibered bv ones who saw that famous star in action in the old days, is some thing tn be reckoned with and the seem inglv impossible mav be accomplished inkev s ettorts, at any rate, will ne losely watched. In the preliminary work to date, Hin kev lias tried out a large number ot andidates. His policy seems to be thu every man who repot ts is going to gel chance, lie seems tn want to see tor himself what material he has on .land i I v three idavers who were regarded s regulars art available fur llinkey They are Cantain Talbott, Halt-Mack Carroll Knowles, iind I'uarter-ltaeK Aleck Wilson. llinkey is being assisted at present bv lr. Hilly Hull, who has charge ot all the kicking candidates; "Doc Cor nish, who is directing the iiunrter-baek spirants, and Hilly Malting, who is showing the centers tue fine points. Harvard's candidates reported only last week to Cotn-h Percy D. llaughton at Cambridge. No summer practice was held at nil, although the Crimson is be lieved to face an unusually hard sched ule this fall. A lew of the veterans spent a few days with Coach Hangli'oa before reporting, however. Harvard's sensational hunter. Charles llrickley, will lead the Crimson eleven this full. With him there will be eight others who were rated as regulars las fall. The backlield will be the same as last year unless some nf the new met, slinw enough to warrant displacing oil" of the veterans. I.ngau, ipiarterliacU. and Hradlee ami Milium, halfbacks, a-' all back. Peacock, Cnw.-in and Trum bull, guards. Soucy. center, and Hnr.i wick, end, all reported fur practice. Th-.' latter is declared to ne one of the best all-around men on tiie gridiron who ever wore a Crimson jersey. Trumbull, it is believed, will '" n-.-i le into a tackle this year. He has two veins' exnerience with the "varsity. i'oolidge. beaten out last vear 1' O "linen for one ot" the end position is expected to be llardwi'-k's running mute this fall. This leaves one nf th-' tackle positions to he filled from among the fleck of candidates that turned out at llaughton 's , :ill. The Crimson has :i tough s. lied'il-' this fail, with a meeting with "Hurry I'p" Vest's Michigan eleven besides the usual .piota nf ' " clrimpioii-liip " at fairs. 1 1 ii n c lit mi will have to nay s-e cinl attention to o-t 's men as the Michigan . on Ii will direct ins ef;'.e-ts all season to ;l,c game with llarvarl .1 the Stndi'im. Washington and Jefferson will be a contender for ' ' ha nipious.iip ' he-mrs this year. The "li.-netais" are hi- I to meet both llaivaid mid VaN. Princeton the services bulwark nf W. Swart, tor the Tig is declared to have lo-t nf one who was to be a stiength there this veil'- -He put up a slashing gain ers la-t fall an I was be'.ag counted heavily Swart, while building work, cimple of weeks he will not In tnothai! tiii- v e this year. superintend' was badlv i a go. 1 in.-t, ia , o:: lif, m ed a I t'a-it j : Baseball : Pacific Coast League Portland San Francis, -o Venice l.os Angeles Missions Oakland Standings. W. I.. IV "Hi TH bid .421 tti iir .c.'i Yesterday's Results. At Portland Portland t", Missions At Los Angeles San Fran is.o l.os Angeles 1. At Oakland Venice .1. Oakland 2. that went to Saerauieuto reporte 1 on its action. The league is simply in a receptive mood as tar as Sacramento or! anv other citv is concerned." 1 1 I n i vj At Cniistantinni.le. Fire ilestioye.l , ,. :.., I hoiM : I Black Sltk Stove Polish I ' i'm'l , I i neamcunnwn ..... . ., . piungiug 'k- 1 i . it does not & w I An 'fore this safe an' sane Fourth fad kill-'cm-quicks for horns July the fifth cupped out tne belt for all the feels that could be felt on any after morns. An ' yet in KStl, July the fifth, some old stork picks to start Heals Meek er out. 'Twas out in Kl Dorado, too, where Kansas cy clones up an blew b i r t h p I aces .,11 bout. But somehow Heals e a in e through alright an' got his norm ReorfGhee al weight an' height. An' when he came nineteen ho joined the team at Little Bock to show the folks what baseball stock he'd stored up in his bean. Three years of hiishin' made him fit to pack his little trav'lin' kit an' board the Pirate ship. He didn't, unite outshine the union and went to Cincv prettv soon. Twas there he got his grip. -Kut Cincy never keeps good men, so Dooin copped off Becker when he hit his topnotch gait. Heals leads the Phily hitsniiths now an' shows the old league gun! 'ners how to play that left estate. He hits well over Three O-0 an' often makes his liingles go fur more than just one base. He does his playin ,an official announcement here this at all left hand. Hut, that ain't such a ternoon. bad birth-braiiil cunsid'riu' time an' One shot struck lunung the oil tanks idaee. land set two of them on fire. m TO FLOW SEVEN HOURS. Wasliington, Sept. 211. The house rules committee voted this afternoon in favor of a rule allowing seven hours' debate on the war tlx bill, without t'.ie privilege of amending and with only one motion to recommit. It was also agreed to give the Alexander govern ment ship purchase bill privileged sta tus, which probably will result in its being taken up for consideration he Jay. V.s."STsei"rT"s.S'S.v tea ma the tobacco next to how some P. A. via I ttefm ) '' W 'ii .11. ..i- i.. i., ,iu mia finn'irv; aimo'iiit-iy nor - Paris. It was announced that a son of Count Von Moltke, Herman chief of staff, had been killed in action. Washington. The administration was said to have chosen Professor K. J. Stimson of Harvard tor the Argentine embassy. Washington. II. Ii. Cliidwell, golf ing close beside President Wilson, was knocked unconscious by a whiz.ing ball and the president sent him home in tlie White House automobile. Los Angeles. The annual fashion show, staged by merchants, was opened. Riverside, Cal. Mrs. Jacob Waid, mother of six children, committed sui cide by swallowing poison. Ifeno, Nev. Jesse Hoot Grant, Presi dent (i runt's sun, failed in an attempt to set aside the Nevada court s refusal to grant him a divorce. GERMAN CRUISER SHELLS MADRAS London, Sept. 24. Kntering the har bor of Madras, India, at 9:'M) a. m. to day, the (Icrmaii cruiser Kmden fired nine siiells into the city, according to, ! seamen's The telegraph office, the club and a number of trucks were also hit. The harbor forts replied to (he eruis. er's fire and the Kmden withdrew. The nl'fnir lasted fifteen minutes. There was no panic in Madras and the damage wis comparatively small, consisting for the most part of tiie loss of perhaps I.."i00,0il0 gallons of oil. Three natives, two men and a hoy, were killed. It was believed the Kiinleu would next v isit Pomlicherry. r. ' ;?wr .atp 73p-I -f r-? Go to P. tongue or a patented get yours, the national joy 1 .-.-.-.!... .....".-r--7.S5rfJ i l1 H H7 flavor and fragrance et9 rjoinf: rihi into your system and you iust want new sunolies rieht alon?. StOD kiddine vourself on ouestion. And take it straight, delightful tobacco really can be a jimmy pipe or a makin s cigarette. Why, A i,s. can't you realize there never was a smoke in class with P. A. ? uignc now 3 tne time the place to try rnnce Albert while the trying is good ! Bay P. A in any neck ofth woods. In coop red bafi, Se I handv for cigarttt irnoltirii, tidyrmdtin JOc; alto handsom pound and halt' pound humidor. R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY Winston-Salem, N. C Hll.l .-owgirM, cuics j ' . j I ;Mt?: n.i.ltitor.lirt. Vug t .'l?. . 1 iiirtiirvMim ill Mir pain and aboriginal I gat xu-mumy'i worth. 4""'" """ ihoi iginnl finery, all similarly nioiiiu iom- mm- the liiainmotli arena here today and the' Kmind I'p, held annually by the city of Pendleton to depict life on the frontier davs, was on. i Kitty thousand spectators crowded the grandstands and gazed with iiinaze-. i meat at the feats of horsemanship. There was the rush of the relay race,; the dash of tne pony express, the swish of the long lariat as it whirled through the air and settled over the norns of: the wild Texas steer, the struggle of the cowboy to throw the st-er bare-' handed in the bulldogging contests and the bin-karoos fignting to keep their seats i. n the backs of bucking bronchus. ' The cowgirls, most of them not yet out ot their teens, rode tue most vi cious horses, ropped Mel Imgtied the wildest ;:ieers and bulldogged .he long horns with as easy a grace lis the old- time male range riders. ! A feature of this year's Hound-I'p; will be a wild horse riding contest be tween Mrs. "Happy Jack" llawn and I.ucile Mulliull, botii ciuimants of the girls' world's championship broncho busting title. A side bet of 11,000 has been posted for tnis event. i CONFLICTING STORIES OF NAVAL ENGAGEMENT Paris, Sept. 21. Concerning a report ed engagement near tiie entrance to the (lulf of Pinland between the Rus sian cruiser Hayuii and a llerinnti light cruiser and two destroyers, conflicting niioiints were current here today. One version was that the liavan sank the German vessels, itself suffering damage in the engagement. Another story was that the Uussinn craft was torpedoed amidships, nevertheless suc ceeded in sinking the Germans and then went to th" bottom itself. Confirmation of either account was unobtainable. n,ny i,e' ', busy ; et jus, V. u rope now, but there will come a time when it will call loudlv fur tlie waiter. ffiVfl ITS' tobacco that works both ways ! OU just can't get in wrong with Prince Albert, no matter how you hook it up. Because it's as bang up in a makin's cigarette as packed a jimmy the fragrance and flavor that tickles your smokappetite so! A. morning1, noon and night ! It any otner man s, Because the bite s cut out fcy process ! AM you do is fire up ! A.nd you cnecr-up like, because f . A. tongu that's smoke vou'll never ret . till you fire up . yAA same ana IIF1T Black Silk Stove Polish ll not only mot fronomioal, hat it pvm brilli ant, sulky liHlre inni cutii.oc n ohtintT'd with any ottu'f polish. 111 no k Silk fitovu I'olu-h . nut run off ll !, Iii.ir lirru i a Ion u U Ordinary polish 40 it a-tvuayuu timo, work and money. linn 'I forwet Whfl TOO want itnv pulton, b wn to a-sk for lilnck Silk. If it inn t tlie txtit stovu pollen jrou ever us-J- yourdoakrwiUrttiuii'J your mon-jy. Black Silk Stov Polish Work, Sterling, lllinoi. (Im Black Silk AJr Dryln Iroo Enamel art grutt. r---f idtm. atove-DitM4.aml auto mobile tire nnu, i'ptvtiiU ruatinn. Try it. ITm Black Silk Mrtnt Pol. tth (oruilvtrwart,nii-ktl.titv wura or brruu. It works quickly, eauily and Icavi-a brilliant aurfaee. It ban no equal foruMoa Wtoinobilaa. DIVORCED TWICE FROM SAME WOMAN San Francisco, Sept. 2.1. Divorced from the same wife twice within a year is the record held here today by Philip Becliarich, a wealthy Arizona mining man, who was sepurted from Agnes Be cliarich by the courts here. Almost a year ago fiechuricli was granted a divorce by Judge Griffin oil charges of cruelty. When Judge Grif fin found that the couple were still living together, lie set aside the decree, charging fraud. A few months ago Mrs. Becharich left her husband and went to Tucson. On Becharich 's show ing desertion. Judge Grnupner again severed the marital knot today. The purchasing power of the Journal Want Ad is rec- , OlZniZetl aS One 01 tne DIE" I levers in the business world. rfuzjfiiajfliifliii: Ola Real SSI fl Esa a 3Eain yours, "won't bite your won t evea rkV pipe: tor yours, it s ZZ