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TBOPHV IS LOST
"British Players Are Again
Victorious In Play For :.
; Wighman Emblem
. FOBKST HILLS, N. Y., JUg.
1 5- (By The iAssocia ted Prefe)
The , Wightman cup emblem of
international women tennis ; su
premaney, goes back to England
for another year's sojourn. Brit
sin's feminine racquet Wielders
fuccesfully defended 'the trophy
today when they emerged victori
ous b,y the cIos& margin of four
matches to three at the end of the
(o day international tournament
of. the rivals. ; 1
; "tJ The invading , forces "clinched
their triump in brilliant fashiqn
when the" doubled team of Miss
Kathleen McKane and Miss Eve
lyn Colyer vanquished Missi Helen
Wills and Miss Mary K.1 Browne.
-0, 6-3, after the United i States
forces had staged sensational
uphill battle to square the series.
Holding a lead of two matches
16" one as a result of yesterday's
Tlay, the British forces increased
their edge when Mrs. Lambert
Chambers, veteran, captain con-
. icrca .miss Eleanor i Goes. 7-5,
. C- in the first' match this
.ftemdou but; spectacular, singles
, awumns by Miss Wills iand Mrs.
Walla Mallory ut the. United
. mates back. In the running until
Britain's; hurricane finish., dicid-
Miss Wilts ! guined the singles
laurels of the series when sh
ranquercd her . leading British i-V1-iMte
Kne in a tensely fought
thjree' net- struggle. - -1. -7
while Mrs. Mallory turned in the
mner American victory today by
downing Misj Joan Frye. li year
ola English girl. -3. 6-0. i -
TENNIS MARVEL HAILED
JUNIOR T1TLK IS CAITVREI
CHICAGO, Aug; l3.rl(By Asso
ciated Press. )-The newest Cali
fornia Jennis marvel lushed
across the, horizon today and
Cranston llolman will take home
.to San Francisco the first national
junior tennis title ever won by
a Pacific coast player. -';
The coa ,t star whose list of vic
tims on the coast this year In
cludes national champion WJlliam
T. Tilden II, George Lott. Jn, and
John Hennessy, just edged info
the junior by a srant' margin
of six dayu and 'climaxed hH junior
career by coming through the
singles without, the loss of a (single
set. ' .'
In the rina! round .today Hot--Wan
cnislied Harris CogKehaU of
-rsHToincs. loa, in straight easy
eets, 6-2, 6-1, (J-2.
WALKER AND SHADE SIGN
! CllAMr IS - TO MK1T. OPTXKXT
NEW YORK. ' Ati mi 15 (By
The 'Associated" Pre) Mickev
Walker of Elizabeth X. J.,
world's i welterweight ' champion
paved himself from suspension by
the Ney York state athletic com
mission today 'when he signed r
contract to meet Dave Shale ot
lorhia In' a IS round match
at th Yah tee stadlnci September
43ATeit Richard; Madron Square
C.arden -piomoler, will promote
the inalQh. " t
They always have nil the
new things for tho boys.
' New fall suits are arriving
HIE 0XIEG6N STATiLlAlCSALE:.!. OREGON
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Jack B'll ami Hiw Kami ielly
TRAIN CRASH IS PROBED!
HVGIXEEIii IH . BLAMKD I--OR
5 SERIOUS; RAIL AfXIDKXT i
f SAN FRANCISCO. Aug. 1.-.
( By The f Associated Press. A
board of inquiry, tonight placed
blame for the accident at Sasua
lito today upon the engineer of
the Northwestern Pacific railroad
train which crashed Intd the rearjedi
or a iwq-coacn electric train.
Twenty-seven passengers' were in
jured, foui Seriously. '
A EtaternVnt issued hy W. S.
Palmer, president of the North
western Padific and chairman of
the board of inquiry, said:
: "Decisiop' of. the board of In
vestigation places the blame upon
the engineer of the steam train,
and discipline will follow accord
ingly' if.!." -,': ; . ;" .
, The board further found that t
the engineer: of; the steam train
"approacheji the automatic signal
protecting the rear of the San
Francisco electric train at a speed
too high tq permit of his train
being brought under control be
fore striking' the rear end of the
! C. H.- Worth was engineer of
the steam train. He has had 47
years of experience as ai fireman
and engineer and was eligible for
pension nest October. j . :
Bits For Breakfast
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: Haye you: a theory?
That i3, jtibout the escaped pri
soners? , Jf you h.-jve. it Js likely as good
v jf'iess a-anv. It Ih all g-uese
work so far; or was up" lo a late
hour last night :'.' ; i '.'
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Oswald 'e.it made astteuicn
a couple of days agn that! Warder
A. M. Dalrmple was discharged
from a minor position at ithe pen
itentiary when he was governor;
Intimating : that he was glad to
have him Jtjred. ; Now comes C
W. James,rCounty "judge of Lin-
oln county; who was wi rden at
that time. f4nd?r Govern c r West
and says Mty Dalyniple ; was not
discharged; ! that he resigned of
als own wilt Which is the truth,
of cour-seUJ Mr. James j knows
And Mr. Halry'mple knows. Mr.
West does not like Mr. Dairymplel
Th"y are both Democrats, but
they belong to, different factions
of that party. 1 .
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"Do you know." soys The Sa
lem' Statesman, "that Salem k the
world seed center?" Yes.! we arc
ptriectly willing to believe it"
More people go to seed there than
any place else. -Corvallis Gazette-Times.
The Corvajlis edi
tor thinks sthat is funny. Let him
enjoy himse'r. But The Statej
man did not put it thatj strong.
The Idea was conveyed hat Sa
Icni l:u8 a change to become the
world seed center, V.'lnch it has.
And the Corvallis district will bel
a pari of the great
M II I mi m Vi
i and his t . i
Kings of SyricoiKttion
Ruby Rossirut .
MAy and LaUoe -Ifollywood
BAND ON BILL AT
pirute on the Ilippotlnnno audoville Bill at Bligh TbrjUer Sunday
territory. Then the country
will go to scerl to some purpose.
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Here Is a trne utory. reinforc
ing the fact that truth is stranger
thtn fiction: A Salem man had
occasion to drive past the pen
itentiary in his auto on Wednes
day evening. He was" accompanied
byj his wife. Thy went at the
time when the bodies of the raur-
, dered guards w?re being remov-
the nerves and disturb the dreams I
iurti was enonrn to et on
or. the wife, to say nothing of the
husband. At about daybreak on
Thursday morning, the wife heard
what appeared to be a man walk
ing and rummaging about np
fiairs in their house. The second
floor was otherwise . unoccunied
that night. The husband wanted
go upstairs and investigate.
the wire would not listen to
not for a moment. - She was
"re 11 wa the escaped convicts
iiora me penitentiary, and they
would without a doubt shoot her
husband if he ventured upstairs.
Soj the walking and rummaging
went ' on. Finally, after what
seemed an age to thewife, the
supposed: man started down
stairs, a slow step at a time. It
was all very plain. There could
be no mistake about some one be
ing; in the bouse. Then the sup
posed man knocked over a piece
of jrurniture in the living room,
witji a loud noise. Finally, against
the protests of the wife, the hus
band peeked through the door
and: saw a large owl! The night
bird bad gained entrance to the
upper root:! through a window
hat had been left open by some
workmen. Then the poor bewild
ered bird did not know how to
ret. out; the difliculty no dout
increased ;with the coming on of
'iiyjip.ht. They eyes of the owl
3'e:for seeing et night, and he has
verjr poor slight in tho day time.
Thci hundreds of women who have
U-et-. terror stricken by the possi-plU-:
at a visit from the escaped
prisoners will appreciate the feel
'ns of the lady whose house was
invided by the innocent owl. The
owlj .vas assisted in finding his
way out of the house, and was
Slaa t.f the chance to i;et away.
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RDER SOLUTION NEAR
IDEXTITV OK M LAYER OF WO
MAN. BELIEVED IMMIXEXT
DES MOINES, Iowa, Aug. 15
(Byj The Associated Press) So
lution of the Carlisle "hay
'tack" murder was said to be near
earl f this morning by anthorities
working on the case. The iden
tity of the person or persons who
killed the titian haired woman
and burned her body in a hay
stack, and the Identity of the girl
or Woman killed it Is exnected.
will! be made known tomorrow.
TED TROOPS ATTACK
X)XCENRATEI DRIVE START
ED AGAIXST RIFF FORCE ,
EL ARAISH. Spanish Morocco.
(By The Associated
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I Dressier & Wilson
iFour Feet of Speed
Press). Combined Franco-Spanish
military operations on the
Loukkus river continued yester
day. Spanish forces accompanied
by Colonels Garcia and Boleix and
French- troops, under General
Freydenburg, sallied forth from
Huattin In search of rebel forces.
The French troops captured the
town of Tamalo without resist
ance. Natives of nearby villages
met the advancing Franco-Spanish
forces and . submitted without
f,htln ln order to avoid artillery
and aerial attacks.
SENATORS .. PLAY TODAY
IORTL.XD CYCX)L TEAM
BE SEEN IX ACTION
The Cycol team, leaders of the
Greater Portland league, will
meet the Senators on the Oxford
park diamond this afternoon.
Several shifts In the Senators'
lineup have been made necessary
with the leaving of several of the
players at the cloee of the season
In which the Senators won the
Interstate league championship.
Joe Barr and Bill Steers will be
missed, but the Senators expect to
offer a good brand of ball as the
changes afreet only thee outfield,
f The game today will start at
the usual time.
PIONEER IS DEAD
SKATTLE. Aug. 1 5. Mrs. Alice
MeBride, wire of former governor
Henry MeBride, died here today
after an illness of several years.
Mrs. MeBride was one of the
oiaest native residents of Wash
ington. She was born on Whidby
Island sixty-one years ago. Her
father was 'Augustus Garrett one
of the early pionners of the Ore
ron country. '
GET UP NIGHTS
Do yon know that a rrry hish prrerot
t ail mt-n of mature years mre
trorhtei! with ditnrriors of a littl gland
the prostate. When thi Tital plaad
Uesin to low op many ailment arwa,
Kiira aa pains in the hark and le, fre
quont nightly rixiajs. general . debility.
rlcti aPi diiiine. painful, smarting
diffirtilt nrination. and lark of control.
Hnt at last, there j a treatment for this
gland- that has brought relief to thon
stids., This treatment is perfectly harm
less, and o marvelous hare been its re
sult that for a short time it in being
offered Absolutely Free to conrinee peo-p!-
of it amasing 'efficiency. ABSO
LtTKI.Y FRKK. Just send jonr name
ud addreea and 10c te help pay the
postage and packing and yon will get bv
return mail a Fall Sized Sample Park
age. But art at once aa this offer is
made for a short time only. Write todav
to PAI-MO UAnORATORIKS. , Uept
2e4-K. battle Creek. Mich. Adr.
Horse ,and Dog
Today -Monday ,
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COB TO eiic
fThe Ten Commandments'
Returns Here At Popu
lar Prices August 25
Featuring. the last week of op
Deration o Ithe Grand theater
under the present management
Thi Ten Commandments" will
open a return engagement at pop
ular prices at that show house
August 2 5, and will remain on
the bill here for the remainder of
the month. (
Throughout the country 'this
super-production by Cecil B. De-
Mllie has broken all long run re
cords, although it was first pre
sented in most cities at road show
prices, and has been declared by
critics everywhere to be one of the
masterpieces of the screen.
riaying the "two-a-day' In New
York Ctiy. It broke the record of
59 weeks which had been held by
"The Covered Wagon." remaining
at capacity business for 62 con
Coming . .
Cecil BDeM ille's
Itc-ie tem i
CA jT .
II Ari I n n fx f I TT1 nnrTR mTTf
g cjhe Miqhtiest
cf Oil the Oqes,
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1 1 The "Giarif off al "
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' ' ALL SfY-' -rT'V'iA-Sunday
TODAY ,; -.?v"--7 i:- -.'M " '
J " "-:-.,v--v Tuesday
: . t JT X- All lit X i um
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If You Come On In I , 1' Vbo
You The 1 1 "' 1 . .. " - - .
' CbanC"- I TUE.IlOilE OF QUALITY riCTUItES J
, ; ' : Matinees 23c-35c (Sunday J3C) Erenines 35c-50e
2 . " '
secutive weeks. "The Birth of a
Nation" was only able to last 44
weeks on Broadway, wljile Way
Down East," "The Tour Horse
men," and "The Thief of Bagdad"
held up for a lesser period. About
5.000.000 people have seen this re
markable picture since It was first
shown at a two dollar scale. .
In Los Angeles It held up for
31 weeks. Chicago and Philadel
phia 20, Boston 14, San Francisco
and Cleveland K; wnue In Detroit.
Washington and Cincinnati it
stayed 5 weeks.' Sidney, Australia
played host to It for 30 weeks as
did Melbourne; while Paris and
Auckland, New Zealand greeted
It enthusiastically for 10 weeks.
Berlin, as impoverished as it was
at 'the-time, played the picture
for 4 weeks, with the best seats
selling at. fire dollars each. .- '
THREE HURT IX BLAST
SPOKANE, Aug. 13. Three
men were severely injured here
late today when a' heavy charge
of dynamite prematurly exploded
The men 'were blasting a' large
area of rock where a building Is
to-be constructed. Tony Penno
lost an eye and suffered other in
Juries and Joe Dalessco and Emile
Costanzo were badly burned and
j Pacific '
Oakland 10-1; Portland 6-3.
Los Angeles 3; Sacramento 3.
Vernon 10-3; Seattle 3-5.
San Francisco 7; Salt Lake 6.
Chicago ) 12; Detroit 3.
Washington ; New York 1.
St. Loui 3; Cleveland".
Philadelphia 3-0; Boston 1-5.
St. Louis 4; Chicago 2.
Cincinnati 8; Pittsburgh 1.
Boston 10: Philadelphia 4.
Brooklyn 3; New York 1.
MOTORIST IS HURT
BELLING HAM. Wash.. Aug. 15
TN THOSE DAYS, if the call to the volunteers
A was in your behalf if your home or your busi
ness establishment was in flames you faced ruin.
There was no great organization to spread its'
protective mantle over you to hold you safe
Today fire insurance is a great institution
reaching from business to the home with pro
tective rates judged exactly to the risk. It stands
between a dread element and you.
Fire need never mean a loss if you will insure
and be sure.
We care for every insurance need. "
POWERS INSURANCE AGENCY
219 U. S. Bank
t jl v
Wash., is in a Blaine hospital i
night auf ferine from powlM in
ternal Injuries. He was thrown
out of an automobile driven by
his brother. Chester, which over
turned a few miles south -of
Blaine after goin Into the ditch
to avoid av car driven by 1L A.
McCarthy, of South Vancouver, u.
C this afternoon. '
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