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THa DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, BALE St, OEEOON. WEDNESDAY, MAY 8, 1911
HENRY PECK'S COUSIN SALLY - - - - By Gross
Things WeNever See
MITT ME,tiW0: 6AuS OUfcT EE
BASEBALL HARD HIT BY .SEATTLE A. C. WINS OUT
"" ? pim urn min
T h H l-H I HIM n
M.WS TEAM HOD SHAPE
Crowds Prefer to Watch Wit Game
and Baseball Gumo From Bul
WILL MEAN THE EARLY
DEATH OF FEDERAL LEAGUE
Frank Chance Says Organized Baseball
Oaly Will Be Able to
PRELIMINARIES AND SEMIFIN
ALS OF P. N. A. CHAMPIONSHIPS
A'aneouver, H. C, May 6. Seattle
Athletic club representatives won in
all but ono bout in which they com
peted in the preliminaries ami semi
finals of the 1', N. A. championships
hero last night.
I'ierro, tho lightweight, was the only
man defeated. Ilo was beaten by
Scott, of Victoria, ir ono of the be)t
bouts of the evening.
Tho feature ovent was the bout be
tween Haird, of Soatllo anil Dnvies, of
Victoria, former coast champion. They
liattled throe sensational rounds, llaird
finished stronj; nnif dropped the former
champion in tho third round, winning
I'iiilinian and Underwood also had
their boiits and qualified for tho finals
which takes place tonight.
In the wrestling, Heattlo returned a
By Hal Sheridan.
New York, May P. That a conflict
between the United States anil Mexico
might ei.st organized baseball trou
aamln of dollars but would mean sure
death to the Federal league, wns the
subjtnnce of an iuteiview given out in winner in W. Taylor, who won his bout
Uhilndelphia recently by Fmuk Chance, by tho toss of a coin after going 15
manager of the New i'ork Americans, minutes without a fall, with Harry
"A war with Mexico would prove Natch or Vancouver,
n great baseball hardship," said This afternoon tho wrestling bouts
Chance. ''Hut think if it cunies to will tnke place and tho finals will be
that, organized baseball may luuk phil- pulled off tonight.
Okoplncnliy uiion tho looses. To my
mind nothing ol.-o could spell ruin for
the Federal league t-o
('out CJ i 1 in die iiml his
not possibly lmvo chosen u more dis
advantageous time for their light up
on tho stronghold of organized base
ball. "The bnikors of organized baseball
who, with few exctptious, have their
nil invested in tho game, must stick
together necessarily these stormy ,
The track team of the Salom high
school will. leave for Eugene tomorrow
afternoon at 4:30, where they will par
ticipate in the annual state meet.
The team has been practising every
evening on Willamette university field
and is getting in good running form.
Ivan Fruit is expected to take a
eonple of firsts, as he was the last one
to drop out in high school class at the
Columbia meet held a few weeks ago.
Merle Fruit is doing good work in
the quarter mile, ond will probably
place in the finals.
Koy Williams and Charles Low are
throwing tho discus consistently over
the 100-foot mark and nro both putting
tho shot over 40 feet. At tin tryout
held Monday afternoon Low put the
shot 41 feet 10 inches.
Joe Minton is running the milo in 4
minutes and 50 seconds. At the tryout
he made it in 4 51, but was not crowd
ed nt the finish.
Alonzo Patchin and Bert Ford are
running the 100 and 220 and aro in
good running form. Manager Iirinck
will accompany the boys to the univer
WILLIE RITCHIE MAY BOX
WHITE IN MILWAUKEE
HKB MADDEN GETS SET BACK
Tacoma, Wash., May 0. Still going
like a houso afire ond bound for the
head of the heavyweight procession,
Joe lionds, Taconia's college graduate
fighter, today holds a division over
times. It is a far different proposition!1?"? ot Portland as a result
with the financiers whoso nioncv had of t'uir1 ' a four-round eu-
imulo possible the latest diamond in-! co",lt'' night. lionds and his man-
I think when the lunch comes "."" V " " .
o turnstile tills belie the fair 1 1"1""" of al.loruia boxing field
i- ' in s.iircu oi new worms 10 conquer,
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San Fruncisco, May 6. Reports re
ceived here today from Chicago indi
cate that Champion Willie Ritchlo and
Charlie Whito will box ten rounds in
Wilwaukee tho last of May. While the
report1 lacks the confirmation of Pro
moter Tom Andrews, it was announced
that Ritchie's demand for a $10,000
guarantee had been accepted.
Ritchie declared hero today that he
had not heard from Andrews, but ad
mitted that Chicago newspaper men
had wired him that the promoter would
accept his figures a 'id that tho match
would be staged as originally planned.
lil'iitn aia nf u i'K mi t litwiii
Federal' league backers will 'hesitate! A'addeu, although big and powerful
about throwing good money after bad.!!"1'1 " cle,V hxt osn es, was out-
1 don't think it possible verv long to!,' " . ,
bold tho enthusiasm of anumi luwim.sa ' nme'1 W J'01"'9' who showed tho ex
men iu any venture where it is a case
policeman up in tiie first round with
of all goiug out and nothing coming ! "' l"ll''"'s- nie local man
in. A continual war, therefore, mnv , hd a load in every round. Jack King,
be a hardship to organized baseball, ! mK',r f Madden, is a much-disap-bnt
I think in the end will prove a !'!" .Cl1 "'!'" tl,l-v. h' regarded
great blessing. As sure as vou live i hl" ' a ? P.f '""" w'"J hop
it will kill the Fe,l-ral league. ' th! son.i-w.ndup I ranchy Vaise.
"In case of war a club either will "f , "'Vi h, ll0"llf,tl10 anadiau
have to win a pennm t or at least be in ! l,R,'fw''!l,,t m' "" th ,,lwl8io,n ovcr
the fight nil the wav to make any ! yt. ' laeoma, by liking a
money. 1 was inclined to think nt the h"f l.'';u' 111 toe last half of the final
beginning of the season that it was 1 ro"".'1 ,0 tlmt l,mo the bollt wtts
tho weather which was responsible fori V(,,7PVt"' . - t, ...
the very apparent poor patronage of!,,1!1. . .'""j f .8oat1tl- topP'
our great summer game. Hut niv eves S-""1"1 '". of tloquiaui, in the second
wer"opencd in Philadelphia, the home; , . , . ,
of the greatest baseball machine in1 I'-yl o'i'iofs 'lefcated Henry North,
the country. Our attendances there j"f N'attlt'' Tour riuiuls.
were nothing to justify either tho wca-jJ0HNNy COULON LEOINS HIS
ther or the fine competition. Wei TRAINING FOR WILLIAMS' BOUT
found a ready answer upon returning1
from the games each afternoon. Count-! j,0, Angeles, Cul., Mav fl.-To pre
less thousands were collec e, around . mre hiimclf to defend hi' title against
every bulletin board in Philadelphia ! Kil, williwn. here June 11), Haiitam
Ihey preferred to get their haselw I ; weight Champion Johnny Coulon is in
iat way because ,iey had the add.-; Ua Ab(IB,w wi t wh ,
tioi.nl lure of a I tne latest hullo ,ns Sl,rill!fl 8ntlir,illv -or thrce weok, in
from Mexico. They could kill two thl lmmiltains, fter which he will re
birds i with one stone, as it were, with-: trn ami iu panu,8t trlUllil,K,
out the trouble or expense of going to j vinilt5 ia due here tomorrow,
hhibo park. And rouditiom in I'hila- .- - -
delphia simply refle.t the mind of the! BOB M'ALLISTER TO BOX
public elsewhere." TOM M' CAR THY IN BUTTE
RED WATSON AND GILBERT
GALLANT FINISH TRAINING
San Francisco. May fi. Rod Watson
and Gilbert' Cifllant were putting on
the finishing touches today for their
scheduled L'O-rouml bout at Daly City
next Friday evening. Four prelimin
aries have been arranged. The special
vent will bring together Ralph liru
nan of Portland and Pick Kendall of
Kan Francisco in a six-round bout.
lloth fighters phoned to do their
last boxing before the match this aft
ernoon. MIKE GIBBONS DEFEATS
HOWARD IN TEN ROUNDS
Pan Francisco, May B. Accompanied
by his brother, Hob McAllister left
hero today for Itutte, Mont., to eugage
in a l--roi;nd bout there either Slay
IS or ID with Tom McCarthy, a light
heavyweight. McAllister is guaranteed
iMi.lOi) foe his work.. The weight will
"i ISO iioiiiuls.
WELL PREPARED PEDAGOGUES
WILL FIND THEIR LABOR BET
TER PAID IN NEW ERA OF
D KM AND FOR Tf AC HE US
Tho demnnd for genuine specialists
in certain branches of teaching will ex
ceed the supply for many years in the
Northwest, according to "Choosing a
Calling,'' a booklet for high school sen
iors and juniors of tne state. "Choos
ing a Calling" predicts an era of much
better prepared teachers, with better
standing and better monetary returns.
It describes the' .'educational situation
in Oregon as follows:
"The glimmer of the day wren peda
gogy will eomo into its own in Oregon
is beginning to show. Dissatisfaction
with some of the accomplishments of
the present system is general. The
taxpayer is gradually realizing that
the investment that "ays best returns
is the investment in education.
' Wnn t significance has this change
of beiitin.eiilf It means bettor days
for the teacher for one thing. It also
means better prered. teachers to .turn
out better prepared etudents ta become
better teachers to turn out bettor stu
dents, and so on until tho wiiolo level
of efficiency in tho state will be raised
iu proportion to the elevatiou in the
standard of education. Iu Germany,
for example, insistence on better qual
ity in education has made the empire
ono of the leading industrial countries
of the vorld. Teaching in even the
lower grades there is regarded as per
haps tho most honorable of the pro
fessions, worthy in its financial return
and otherwise io be chosen as a man's
"Now ia the time to prepare to be
come a tnctor in tne coming educatiou
At Washington.--President Wilson
was at the circus.
At London. Sir James Barrie, play
wright, and Captain Robert F. Scotts,
willow, were reported engaged.
At St. Paul Winn Powers, publisher,
was elected mayor at St. Paul's first
non-partisan election under a commis
sion charter. -
At New York. Chester Duryea, who
killed his aged millionaire father, was
taken in a straightjackct from jail to
a hospital, a raging lunatic.
Acid Stomachs Are;000"0.
At Vallojo, Cal. An 8-year-old boy, I
whose name the police would not make
public, arrested, confessed to 10 burglaries.
Durazzo, Albania. Word wag re
ceived that Greek insurgents in south
ern Albania had crucified 250 Mo
hammodan Albanian prisoners at Ro
il ra. -
Richmond, Va. A cable from Am
bassador Willard, at Madrid, said June
11 had boen fixed definitely for his
daughter's marriago there to Kermit
Decatur, 111. Part of the Wabash's
Continental Limited, was ditched while
crossing a section iof track under re
pair, 30 passengers ,and trainmen were
injured and four ttacK laborers were
At St. Louis Chicago 8, St. Louis 1.
At Cbicalgo Buffalo 5, Chicago 2.
At. St. Louis Baltimore 8, St. Louis
Pacific Coast League.
At Los Angeles io game; Portland
failed to arrive.
At Sacramento Sacramento 4, San
At Oakland Venice 3, Oakland 1.
At Portland Vancouver 7, Portland
At Seattle Seattle 6, Victoria 1.
At Tacoma Tacoma 4, Spokane 3.
PRISONER- SAYS HE IS ON
HIS WAY TO MEXICO
Mnrysville, Cal., May 6. Nothing
had beon heard today concerning E.
Anderson, who started Monday to walk
to Mnrysville from his home just east
of Live Oak and was believed to have
Wen kidnapel. The only clew was his
card, picked up in the road, bearing a
messago. saying ho was in an automo
bile, the prisoner of two Mexicans and
a white man, and had been told he was
on his way to Mexico. Authorities
here, however, thought there was some
other explanation back of the case.
SAGE TEA TURNS
Gil HAIR DARK
It's Grandmother's Recipe to Bring
Color, Lustre and Thickness to Hair
When Faded, Streaksd or Gray.
New York, May 6. Mike Gibbons of
Ft. Paul holds a 10-round decision to
day over Johnny Howard of Bayonne,
K. J.; OS' s result ot their lO rounj bout
in Brooklyn last night Gibbons out
classed his man at every angle of the
game .and was entitled to every round
except' the third. 1 -
Relief from the ailments caused
by disordered stomach, torpid
liver, irregular bowels is given
quickly, safely, and assur
edlyby the tried and reliable
Sola nl, la Wim. 10u, U D
That beautiful, even shade of dark,
glossy hair can only be had Jpy brew
ing a mixture of Sage Tea and Sul
phur. Your hair is your charm. It
makes or mars thj face: When it
i fades, turns gray, streaked and looks
al revolution. Teachers of specialties ,'r'.w,a''-v"n" " ' "" ?" Wm-
with a broad university training aro "" ' ,lw, ,r w ,mi,r, n'
more and more demanded in the North- n V WhT ' h,,",irefdfo!'1'
west. Do you desire to teach, and L ,)0" I ' pr T t0
have vou an antiti.do fn, ..),, ,,ti... P0H. c."n et .fron,.an.v Ar" "tore 50
hv not specialise
i " . :!;".it bottle of "Wyeth's Sage and Sul
.U UMltlJl-lllUbll O I .. 1 1 n ... ll ... mi
rn. l.n,n,..V..i !... . n ..... iniiir imir ncineuy, reauy io use. inis
ft wv.vmvi AVI I, .1 1.1
lish! Why not specialize in
land literature t The demand for geuu
line specialists will exceed the supply
lor years in ine nor:nwest."
WIFE OBJECTED TO HUBBY'S
MARRIAGE DATE CANCELLED
Seattle, Wash., May 6. Thomas
Archer made a date with Minnie Butt
to marrv her t Santa TUrliam iv.1
October "20, 1912. He couldn't keep itl"1" strand at time; by morning the
can always be depended upon to bring
back, the natural color, thickness and
lustre of your hair and remove dand
ruff, stop scalp itching and falling
Everybody uses ' Wyeth's" Sage
and Sulphur because it darkens so nat
urally and evenly that nobody can tell
it has been applied. You simply damp
en a sponge or soft brush with it and
draw this through the hair, taking one
because his wife
wouldn't let him
So Misa Butt filed
and two children
suit todav for
gray hair has disappeared, and after
another application it becomes beauti
fully dark and appears glossy, lustrous
and abundant. J. C. Perry, local agent.
Common Sense Advice by a Distin
"Acid" stomachs are dangerous be
cause acid irritates and inflames the
delicate lining of tho stomach, thus
hindering and preventing the proper
action of the stomach, and leading to
probably niue-tenthi of the enscs of
stomach trouble from which pooplo suf
fer. Ordinary medicines and medicinal
treatments are useless in such cases,
for they leave the source of the trou
ble, the acid in the stomach, as danger
ous as ever. The acid must be neutral
ized, and its formation prevented, and
the best thing for this purpose is a
teaspoonful of bisuvatcd magnosia, a
simple antacid, taken in a little warm
or cold water after eating, which not
only neutralizes the acid, but also pro
vents the fermentation from which
acidity is developed. Foods which or
dinarily cause greatest distress may be
eaten with impunity if the meal is fol
lowed with a iittlo bisurated magnesia,
which can be obtained from any drug
gist, and should always be kept handy.
BUMPER CROPS PROMISED.
Olympia, Wash., May 6. Promises
of heavy, and in many instances record
breaking apple crops in eastern Wash
ington, are made today by Assistant
Commissioner Morrison, in chargo of
the horticultural division of the state
department of agriculture.
Sunnyside was the scene of a Good
Roads bonds meeting last night when
Seymour Jones, Theodore Both, Jack
C'rowo, and Rev. II. E. Marshall spoke
to a crowd of 175 interested people.
The boosters Were cordially received
and after the meeting were entertained
with a substantial lunch. Those on
both sides of the question were given
a chance to give their views. This
evening Rev. Marshall and Mr. Jones
speak at Fairfiold and on Friday night
Colonel Ilofer and Rev. Marshal hold
a meeting at Fruitland.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
8 Spencer et ox to J C Peterson,
84.37 A Sec 24 and 25 T 8 8 R 2 W.
S Stockmeier to Ger. Evang. Ref.
Bethanw church, part L 2 B 87 Sa
M N Huckner et vir to N F Gregg,
land in Leslie DLCT7SB3 W.
J F Good to B 8 Draggoo, land in
John Baker D L C s$10.
J F Goode to R 8 Draggoo, L 2 and
3 B 4 Riversido Add. 410.
G II Rowland et nx to M N Buchner
part L 6 R 1 Edea Add. $10.
A M Cannon et ox to J O Elrod, 25
A Claim No 47 T 5 8 R 2 W. $10. '
B 8 Leach et nx to B H Leach et al
L 21 Ilighschool Add. $115.
Quit Claim Deeds.
W T Grimm et ox to Anna Johnson,
3.94 A Claim 55, T 4 S B 1 W...$l.
W T Grimm et nx to Alfred John
son, 2.90 A Claim 55 T 4 8 B 1 W.
W T Grimm ot ox to M L Hersh-
berger, 3.62 A Claim 55 T 4 S B 1 W,
W T Grimm ct nx to Sarah Miller,
2.06 A Claim 55 T 4 8 R 1 W. $1.
W T Grimm et nx to E 8 Miller,
4.98 A Claim 55 T 4 8 R 1 W. $1.
W T Grimm et ux to A I Miller, 2
A Claim 55 T 4 S R 1 W. $1.
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very first dose of Hood's Sarsapa
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Be sure your druggist 'gives you
Hood's, for nothing else can pos
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thing else can take its place. Get
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