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TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 23. 102-5
THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
tical Rider Stat of Class on
4( Independence Speedway
Si Shop Latest Word
Railroad Announce "Southern
Pacific" Bob1 With Hair
Catting at. 40 Mile
' an Hour
An "S. I", bob," cut while travel
ing at forty znile an hour on the
Shasta la the latest ncession by
the Southern. Pacific to the needs
of women travelers.
"The modern woman is not only!
traveling: alone but is demanding
the same service ; and., comforts
that the railroad offers the, men,"
said A.. A. Mickely local agent,' in
discussing the new club - cars
placed in daily service on the
j c Cody- Evans,' Salem motorcycle
ider for Harry Scott, took first
place in the major events at the
Independence j "' races ' Sunday,
"though "(he events were threaten
ed by rain in the morning, the
track was in excellent condition
' , ; Evans took, tirst 4 Jin the 3-mlle I Shasta
eve'nt for class A in 3 minutes. "The personnel ' of the Shasta
23 2-5 seconds "and in the.second DOW includes a barber for the con
event of the .same class, again - - . i
led all six laps and finished in nience of the men and women
3 minutes 21 seconds. The "5- passengers. .There Is a private
mnemlle racei fell to the Salem smoking room Jul the club car.
rider in 5 minutes and 35 sec- Bathing facilities and valet service
onds. i i ; : i are also provided. Passengers
. In class B, Elmer Smith, of Eu may now step: off! the train here
gene, took first In the 3-mile event or at : P6rtland or Sin Francisco
with 3 minutes-23-2-5 seconds, In as Immaculate:, Yn!irs &n& per-
the second event for the same dis-lsonai appearance i as il tney bad
SIX PLAYERS OUT
' OF TEEI m
Five Foreigners and One
American Lose on Long
wood Grass Courts ;
By AttoeUUd PraM
Detroit 13; Washington 4.
St. Louis 4; Boston 0.'
Cleveland 5; New York 1.
; Chicago 3; Philadelphia 1.'
Pittsburgh 9; New York 2.
St. Louis 14-6; Philadelphia 5-4.
Brooklyn 13-6; Chicago 6-11.
Boston 3; Cincinnati 2.
tance he again placed first in 3
minutes 25 seconds. . "Mutt' Kel
ly took first In a special 3-mlle
event in class B in 3 minutes 28
1-5 seconds, i', j
; O. Dahlberg, Portland, in his
fjret race, went through the fence
In his first event but returned and
In the. last race placed fourth.
. The race was held under the
(direction of C; E." B. Clement. rep
Vesenting the AM A, P6rtland. with
C. McKarland as the prqmoter.
Timers were C.'B.' Clement, AM A
Portland, Harry Scott and George
'-Rldert, machines and the time
made in tryouta were Al Menzner.
Portland. Indian. 35 seconds; El
mer Smith, i Eugene, Indiarf. 35;
die Andrews.:; Portland,1 Excel
sior, 34.4; Gale Smith; Eugene,
Indian, 34.3; Cody Evans, Salem.
llarleV-DavidKon, 32.4; "Mutt"
Kelly, Portland, Indian, 36.2; O
Dahlberg. Portland, Harley. Dav
Ideon, 38; "Sparkey" Betcholdt,
Portland, Indian, 33.3 and Ray
Tauser, Portland. Excelsior, 33.3.
An obstacle race was won b)
Tarker on a Harley, with Swen .
son, on an, Excelsior second and
PUklngton, on an Excelsior, third.
just left home. ' The Shasta gives
the traveling public all the con
veniences .and services of a first
class hotel." v V . .' : . "
The train Is loaded to capacity
daily according to traffic officials
who report that tourist travel In
Oregon isnnprecedented so far
this year. V?"- ": '. .-..-V -s -
OILED ROADS BOOSTED
MARIOX .COUNTY COURT IX
VITEI TO MAKE TRIP
AUTO GAMES SCHEDULED
:' ". '"7 - " ,-.t
EVE.VT POSTPONED PROM SAT.
- URDAY TO TONIGHT
! The benefit exhibition games of
auto polo, pushball and cageball
'that. were ta W .put .on at Oxford
field Saturday -for the- Salem , Boy
Scouts 'were" postponed ontlU this
evening, Tbc4-weire -nnihr
people showed , up '.in Vhe rain on
Saturday, to see the games and the
boys tried to iplay,-' but the man
agement could see that had the
game 'gone on' it would have been
toor slow! ""in order that the trades
people and alf'can see" the game
thmanagersf have consented to
boia-li'lri the evening" and will
Btart vat Si30 j sharp. - J
The -15ty Scouts need -money to
cotittn;with a Scout master, as
thty-r -just now getting a good
starts The peoplft of Sa!em need
the. lioyrScouts, bo It is up to the
'.-people to;uptport them and.-, tots
exttiotiis glveji for their bene
fit, and all will be able to support
theTJoyJ Scout and af the same
tim'esee'a real show which they
-wilF enjoy. j V;
tTars will be allowed on ther in
aideo' bring: your car and watch
the amefrom It.
' "h...f:r -; 'v, :
GAMEO ARE.' POSTPONED
OAMB3- ATIE- POSTPONED 1
BA XBALL AND GOLF MATCH
. i 11H. 1VXCELLED RUXDAY
'J jr. ; -villain,
, prevented ; the Senator
AlXan'y r turn baseball game Sun
day,, .afvernoon v Holding out
against a clear1 sky. Manager Fr!o
co IMwaVds finally admitted' bid
def at and about ,11. o'clock nott
fie 1 . theAlbany players that the
game was off. Efforti are being
made to line up another game foe
... Sunday. . , . -
Team'1, play between teams cap
tained by .Tom Woods and Gale
Ilildebrand'at the Illihee country
i club, were also called off by in
clement weather. The local golf
ers are slated to meet the Albany
golf' team in a return match at
Albany Sunday. .
Conservation' of macadam high
ways by the .- use of oil is bein?
considered by the. Marion countj
court after having ha.4 the matter
presented by Market Road . Engi
aeer Scott, who has made an ex
pensive survey of - the system in
ither counties' of Oregon. Oiling
the surfaced' roads is said to aid
jreatly in preserving them and in
keeping them in repair. Experi
mental work at least will be car
ried" on by the Marion ' county
court on the highways here. "
, Washington county is said to be
well pleased with' resultr obtained
there by the oiling process and
according to Scott,, large epah
bills have been saved "by the pro
cess. . Many localities, Scott . said,
are unable to' appropriate' money
tor. concrete of bituminous high
ways, and are looking toward the
oiled macadam road as the solu
tion of their bishway anJ trans
portation .difficulties. ;
r Members of r the .county court
have been, .extended. alt invitation
hy Scott to accompany him on a
riew , the work.", ilone . there re
cently. . . 1
BROOKLINE. Mess., Aug. 24.
(By Associated Pfes.) Five for
eign threats were lifted out of the
competition and one American, in
odav's tennis matches In the na
tional doubles chmniaonships on
the grade courts of the Longwoodj
Cricket club today. Harvey B.
Snoderass and Walter Westbrook J
of California, national clay court
champions, could not adopt their j
game -to : graea, and against a
strong unseeded team, drosped in
to the discard by Btraight sets.
George M. LottJ Jr and Luclen
5. Williams of Chicago defeated
the seeded combination in a decis
ive manner in one" of the feature
matches on the grandstand court,
i-3. 6-4. 6-4.
Vincent Richards of Yonkers.
N. Y.. and R. Norris Williams II.
it Philadelphia, advanced at, the
expense of a far-west team com
posed of Wallace Scott and Leon
. De Toureane of Washington-
William T. Tilden. II. of Phll
idelphia. National, champion, and
'tis youthful protege. Sandy Wien
jr, were forced to four sets to
eliminate the Vale-Harvard team
of Arnold W. Jones and W. W.
'ngraham of Providence." R. I.
The defending double? champ
ons. Howard . and Robert Kinsey
if San Francisco, were given stub
orn resistance by S. M. Hdi of
india and Alden Smith of Boston.
AT THE BLIGH
GHASTLY CLEWS ARE
FOUND TO MURDER
(I'onlioaml iron 1.)
and a single tlona hair clinging
to it was found in a deserted shack
bordering the marsh. Mrs. Iva
Graham, who moved from, the
shack two weeks ago, said she
visited the house last Saturday to
get some articles left there when
she moved to Oakland. Police said
no suspicion was attached to her.
She could not account for the
stains, apparently blood, on the
hatchet or the fact that it was
found in the house under a stove
when she said she left it "outside
at a wood pue.
" The possibility that the sup
posed murder victim may be Mrs.
Bessie Loren, 28, trained nurse of
Oakland, who has been missing
since August 1. was being investi
gated. ': Mrs. Loren's description
tallies closely with that given out
by Dr. Heinrich In his crime con
WALKER GETS DECISION
AIIXR FRKEOMAX DEFEATED
IX TEX-ROUXIl MATCH
. "Alaska Jack." a former United
States government guide, who will
appear in person, showing his wild
animal hunt in Alaska and Si
beria, at the Bligh theater today
and tomorrow. Alaska Jack has
Just returned Ifrom "Hollywood
with his big malamute o"og where
he" has been appearing in motion
pictures. He recently took one of
the principal parts in "The Shoot
CHICAGO. Aug. 24. (By the
Associated press) Mickey Walk
er, world's welterweight champion
won a newspaper, decision over
bailor Freedman of Chicago in a
ten-round contest at Each Chica
go, Ind., tonight. Freedman came
dangerously close' to evening it
ip as the result of his attack in
he last three rounds.
The fight was so exciting dur
ing the last three rounds that one
if the spectators collapsed in his
eat and died, presumably of heart
tisease. The boui drew a crowd
r between 8,000 and 9.000 spec-
ators. with gate receipts around
20.000. .. . - j ;
In the first 10 seconds of the
bot Walker dropped Freedman
with a short right hand punch" to
the chin, nearly, knocking the Chi
cagoan through the ropes. Freed-
I man struggled to his feet at the
countof five., but he did not re
cover from the effects of the blow
until the seventh round when he
began to trade punches with the
In the eighth Freedman chased
Walker into a corner pummeling
him with rights and lefts, .and
causing Mickey to miss. Freed
man also won the ninth and tenth
rounds, once turning Mickey near
ly half way round with a right to
Walker won the first six rounds
handily, as Freedman. badly hurt
from the ffrt round knockdown.
fought cautiously and did not at
temnt to do mnch leading.
: Walker welahd 150 . pounds
and Freedman 151.
OAKLAND. Cal.. Auft. 24. Po
lice today were investigating to
determine whether the supposed
woman murder victim, portions of
whose dismembered body were
found in a marsh near Richmond,
may be Mrs. Bessie Loren, 28, a
trained nurse of this city. A po
lice report said Mrs. Loren had
been missing since August 19.
William Ferguson, brother of
Mrs. Loren. told police his sister
left, home on that date, telling
him she had an appointment with
the sheriff of Alameda county, but
that official has Informed. the po
lice he never Baw nor heard of
Mrs. Loren Is described as five
feet four inches tall, weighs 130
pounds, has blue eyes and blonde
hair and wore a tan suit.
Oakland police also report as
missing since last Saturday Mrs.
Emma Gustafson, 55, who was last
seen Saturday night when she was
supposed to have gone automobile
riding with an unidentified man.
She is blonde, ; has blue eyes,
weighs about 135 pounds and is
about rive feet tall.
' Belief that his sister was a mur
der victim was expressed tonight
by William Ferguson of Oakland,
a brother of Mrs. Loren, after he
had examined the fragments of a
Ipdy found in the marsh.
A third piece of scalp and a
part or. a belt buckle monogram
containing the letter "E" were
found late today near the point
where the other discoveries had
TO LEARN OF FATE
(Coat.aurJ f pjr l-f
preparation of circumstantial evi
dence with which they hope to
weave the story that will result In
conviction with hanging as the
The rase Is dissimilar to that
of the three slayers who paid the
death penalty for the killing of
Sheriff Tin Taylor of Pendjeton
for in that case the murderers ad
There .are two loopholes of
escape even thngh the conspiracy
la 1 established for the Jury may
recommend life imprisonment or
the-governor may intervene with
a commutation of sentence. Gov
ernor Pierce has already declared
that he will not show leniency to
Murray, Kelley and Wllloa. t
. Investigation of the circum
stances surrounding the break by
the special commission of the gov
ernor was, begun yesterday and
continued through the day. The
feature of the opening session was
the leaving of Col. C. G. Thomp
son, manager of Crater Lake Na
tional park, who was recalled to
southern Oregon on Important
park business. The committee,
consisting of only Jefferson Myers
and Brigadier General White, pro
ceeded despite the vacancy. The
committee will f into every
phase of the break. It WC3 an
nounced yesterday, and will take
whatever time Is necessary to
make a complete Investigation. No
estimate was made of how long
that time would be.
Announcement was made yester
day by Warden A. M. Dalrympl.e
that construction would start in
the near future on a new guard
tower to be placed at the front
entrance gate and which will
house the arsenaL The tower will
be In full view of the front of the
prison. The steps leading to guard
towers No. 1 and 7 from the in
side prison yard are to be re
moved at. the same time, he de
clared, leaving the only entrance
to the towers from the outside of
the wall. It wan up the lnlde
steps to No. 1 that the escaping
trio made their break, through the
tower and overahe wall.'
JOK STECIIEIt WIXS
was reported here tonight. J. J.
Donovan, vice president of the
Bloedel-Donovan Lumber mills.
said all its ramps will be operat
ing before September 5.
LOS ANGELES. Aug. 24.
;(By Associated Prew.) Joe
Stecher, claimant of the worlds
heavyweight wrestling champion
ship, successfully defended the
claim here tonight by defeating
Coho Gobar, the huge Hindu in
two straight fall.
1 The Hindu was possessor of
much weight and ' strength, but
was unable to cope with the skill
or the title claimain. Stecher took
both falls with body scissors,, the
first ending in 47 H minutes and
the second In 11 Vi minutes.'
MILLK AGAIN WORKING
: BELLING HAM, Wash.. Aug.
24. General resumption of oper
ations In lumber camp that have
been idle because of forest fires
A forTrrer U. S.
. showing; his
Wild Animal Hunt
in Alaska and
Webfoot Weekly Show
injr the return of
Duco finish, sun visor, shock
ibsorbers, swipe, rear vision
mirror. All equipped. $495.
27 State Rtrec-t, Corner Font
Buy It on easy terms
' GARDNER DEALERS
THE BLUE FRONT
liberty and Ferry,
4 Rraeburg 5,000 acres or broc
coli estimated to yield 2000 car
loads this year.
, Gooch New
Drive Vftth Safety
MIMn ' - j "BILL"
Smith & Watkins
' Snappy Service
. .PHONE D
- r ...
Auto Polo, Push Ball and Cage Ball
Tuesdiay, August 25
6:30 p. m. '
; Benefit Salem Boy Scouts -
s All Prices Freight tvnd Tax Extra
s Greatest - Value
Now More Outstanding 'ThanlEver
166369 Hudson-Essex sales for die eight month period end
'.-.; ing August 1st represents the" latest sixlinder oxinTut in
- the world's history. This enormous production -
possible the finest quality at the lowest prices Hudson-1 ,
Essex ever, offered. Z: '.'.-;.:, ..-T-
The same managernent whichestablishedthe
. Car Company, now, as for sixteen' years, controls and di .
rects the design of its; product and policies of the companyj '
Hudson-Essex Wodd's'Largestf SeUingSxCyIinder Cars
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