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f - Tlffi QftECQN jn'AT TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 3, 1926 , .
UK 01 WEEK
Conflicting; Dates, With Le
gion's Marshfield Trip,
By Bab Bishop.
Although slightly on the shal
low side of the dope bucket the
"Paper Co. came through in fine
shape and, by a 5-1 count, took
the first game of the champion
ship series from the Grotto. Two
big innings, the fifth and sixth, in
each of which the tissue makers
scored two markers, broke up the
ball ame. The Grotto was able
to score only in the sixth, although
they had men on third base four
The game wa.a a good pitcher's
battle, and in spite of the one
sided score, Jenkins hurling was
on a par with that of Lauderback.
Th winning twiler struck out
nine men, walked one and hit one,
while the Grotto stickers gathered
six hits. Jenkins whiffed 11
walked two and allowed six safe
Neither side scored in the first
although the Grotto lost a fine
chance, to wiu the ball game whn
they had the bases foil with none
away. Virkterson'f Ilea out to rigtit
field and Lauderback sent the
next two hitters to the bench on
eight pitched balls. The first
score of the contest came in the
second, when Versteg singled to
right, stole second and third and
came in on an error on third base,
who lost Gould's high ball in the
The Grotto had men on base in
all of the remaining frames ex
cept the last, but could not shove
them across. '
In the fifth, eighf'papermakers
batted and three hits, two walks
and two errors scored Lauderback
and Wilkerson. The sixth was a
duplicate of the fifth, Versteg
and Wilkenson scoring, the, latter
getting a triple to deep center,
which bounced oyer the fielder's
In their half of the sixth the
Grottos scored their only marker
when Ellis reached first on an
error, was advanced to third and
came in on an error on short.
The last inning was snappily
played because of coming dark
ness and took only a little over
seven minutes. No one got on
base and the game was ended
spectacularly enough when Chap
man ir.. ,'.. lone run into center
field to Lake White's hefty fly as
easy s a leaguer.
The only casualty of the game
was Earl Paulsen, acting manager
"of the league in the absence of
Bob Bourdman. Paulsen was the
first man up In the last half of
the first, and he took a fast one
squarely on the mouth. It looked
like a jobfor the local dentistry
for a ;'!i:iinte. but he was able to
continue the game with all molars
Intact ..ncl with nothing worse
than ;t laliy swollen lip.
The s.'(ond game of the series
will r.ot be played until next Mon
day, :i weel: from last night. The
cause fnr il.o postponement is the
cominS- I.ftioi! onventlon and.
several .... ,: tivit.es previously
LiiN"i!) fur Gxotfo-Papermakers
'near"-.rld series opener:
.Paper Co. - Grotto
Simkins . . . .rf Paulsen ... .2b
.'Blankenship .cf Acton lb
Chapman ... .If j Purrlne rf
.Versteg .... .c j Wilkerson cf
Lauderback . .p j White If
;Wilkenson ...m Ellis 8b
Gould 3b j Brown ss
.Tweed 2b Watklos c
Itaney lb Jenkins p
Umpires Jones, Laird.
Finds Hunting Methods
Texar. Strange, Mosqui
Peop in Texas have strange
ideas or. hunting and fishing', ac
cording to Ed Willard, who has
returned with his family after a
year spent in the gulf region of
that state. Deer are hunted with
dogs and shotgun in the heavily
wooded districts, he says. The
most obnoxious animals about
there however, he says, are the
mosquitoes and chiggers, which
warm all over.
Willard and his family were
in the tornado that swept the re
gion last year, bat escaped with
out injury, although a tree was
lilt on the rear of their house. .
The Willards visited Idaho.
Wyoming. Colorado, Kansas, Ok
lahoma ai d Louisiana while they
Were away. The most beautiful
scenery lUry idw.on the trip Is in
OregpWi.liowcver.ind included Ihe
Blue mountain region in the east
ern iiirt-r 4ui slat. '
PillfD T)l MS j Fails in Swim i I, I fc&V IS
LOS ANGELES 3-7
Beavers Even Series in Hard
Battle; Seattle Wins From
Beavers 8; Angela 7
PORTLAND. Ore., Aug. 2,
(By Associated Press.) Portland
evened up the series today at
four games each by defeating Los
Angeles 9 to 7. After the Beavers
had landed on Earl Hamilton's
stow curve for six runs and six
hits in the first inning before a
man was out, the Angeles fought
back to tie on the fifth after "home
runs by Jacobs, Hannah and Jahn.
The score remaned tied at 6-6 un
til the last of the eighth when
Bagwell's pinch hit off "Pea
Ridge" Day, the pitcher with
whom he had the fistic altercation
yesterday after charging that Day
was throwing at bin head, scored
Lingrel from second.
Score Pi. H. E.
Los Angeles . 7 1 ! 1
Portland f) 1C 2
Hamilton, Day, and Hannah;
Ortman, Leverett, Lingrel and
Seattle 3; Seal 2
SEATTLE, Aug. (By Asso
ciated Press. ) - San Francisco
won its series from Seattle ball
club here f to 3. dropping the last
game to the Indians today 3 to 2.
Score R. If. E.
San Francisco 2 ; 0
Seattle 3 7 2
Williams and Yelle; Hasty and
The Square Deal Hardware Co.,
Hit K rnm'l Mmt eletrant and
nrnrtical Htiah of mechanics' tools.
builders' hardware, cutlery, etc. Go
there and save the difference. tJ
F. E. Sharer's Harness and
Leather Goods Store. 170 S. Com'l.
Suit cases, valises, portfolios, brief
cases, gloves and mittens. Large
stock. The pioneer "Store. ()
ATHLETICS WIN TWO
Philadelphia Walks Away
From Opponents; Chicago
Wins From Yanks
Athletics 6-10; Detroit O-l
DETROIT. Aug. 2. (By Asso
ciated Press.) Philadelphia shut
out Detroit 6 to 0 today in th
first game of a double header and
to to 1 in the second.
First game R. H. E
Philadelphia 6 9 J
Detroit 0 3 4
Ehmke and Cochrane;. Gibson
?pmnrt trmo R. H 1-
I ; at r p . ? 10 1? 0
i fr 1 10
Walberg. Grove and Cochran.?:
Collins, Johns. Smith, Hollawo;.
CMcaio 2; New York I
iiifWCi). Ant. 2. New Yoil,
.inning streak of 11 games war
broken today when Chicago de
feated the Yanks 2 to 1.
Score R. H. E
: w Y.irk 16 1
; ' i 'ca r 2 8 1
; Shocker and Severeid; Fabt r
I and Schalk.
Senators 14; St. Louis 11
i ST. LOUIS. Aug. 2. BludgeV
! home run with two on in the ninth
j irning gave the Washington Sen
I ators a victory over the St. Louis
Browns today, 14 to 11.
Score R. H. E.
Washington 14 13 3
St. Louis 11 16 1
Reuther, Morrell and Tate;
Wingard. Hallahan, Vangilder, Da
vis, Gaston and Hargrave.
Boston - Cleveland, postponed;
rain. Double header tomorrow.
Doughton snerwin. Hard
ware, 286 N. Com'l. St. Hardware,
Builders' Supplies, Paints, Varn
lahes. Give us a call, you'll find
our prices reasonable. ()
W. G. Krueger, realtor; progres
sive, fair; equitable. Growing city
aad country make possible buys
that will make you good money.
Complete listings, 147 N. Com'l.
The Dixie Bakery leads oa high
class breads, pies, cookies and
fancy baked supplies of every kind.
Best by test. Ask old customers.
439 Court St. " ()
Henry O. Miller, 18 SComT.
St., where most people tree- to
get their auto parts for all makes
of cars. Trade there and make
savings on all auto parts. H)
IX H. Mosher, Merchant Tailor,
is turning out the nobbiest' and
best fitting taHor made; suits to
measure. 100 business andprc
fesslonal men buy of Mosher. ()
The Commercial Book Store has
everything yon nee" in; book and
itatlonery and iup'plteg 3 tor the
school, office or home, at theJLpwJ
tst possible prices. - vM
FROM DETROIT TEfl
Fails in Swim
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Miss Claribelle Barrett.'
DOVER. Eng., Aug. 3. (By
Associated Prss ) . ,M iss Clare
belle Barrett of New Roehelle, N.
Y., failed in her attempt to swim
the English channe.l. She g0t
within two miles of Cape Gris-Nez,
France, when she had to be taken
out, of the water. She was in an
Miss Barrett started her swim
from here Monday morning at 8
o'clock. It was 5:35 o'clock this
morning when she was forced to
give up the swim that no woman
has ever made yet. She wan in
the water 21 hours and 35 min
utes. Satisfy your sweet tooth with
those good Whitman's candies. We
have the exclusive right of sale to
this line in Salem. Crown Drug
Store, 332 State. ()
Pomeroy & Keene, lewelers,
never fail to give you 100 on
the dollar. Watches, clocks, pins,
charms. Standard high grade
M.oc in all departments. (1
TO PITTSBURGH B-3
Two Pitchers Break Down;
Brooklyn-Ms Defeated by
Phillies 8; IMrates 3
PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 2. (By
Fsociated Press. ) Philadelphia
defeated Pittsburgh 8 to' 3 today
.'yammering Donzerger and Re
ruit Hurler Nichols for seven
tuns in the first four innings.
Pittsburgh 3 7 4
1 kiladelphia 8 12
?';rr;er. Adam and Gonrh
i -;;i and Wilson. Henline.
Chirazo ."; Brooklyn 4
BROOKLYN. Aur. 2. Stenh
!;.-on's sacrifice fly with Adams on
i!:ird nave Chicago the winning
r;;n in the ninjh and the Cubs de-
it.ited Brooklj-n 5 to 4.
Score R. H. E
( hicago ' 5 11
Brooklyn i io
Blaze. Milsted. Piercey and Gn
zales; McGraw. Bhrhardt and
Xoh York 4; St. Louis 2
NEW YORK, Aug. 2. A batt
ing rally in the seventh gave the
New York Giants three runs and
enabled them to defeat St. Louis
4 to 2 today.
Score R. H. E.
St. Louis 2 7 2
New York 4 8 C
Keen. Herdell and O'Farrell;
Ring, Davis, Scott and Florence
Tyler's Corn Remedv taVaa th
soreness out of those corns you've
ieen trying to rid yourself of for
months. Sold only by Tyler's
urug store. ()
New line of satin and venrelfae
hats for better wear. The verv
latest for the smartlv dremd
woman. The Vanity Hat Shop,
3 87, Court street. ()
TeleDhone 1R5 Cnnitai rif
Laundry. The lanndrr nf
materials. Wn vIth anuiai at
tention to all home laundry work.
Telephone and we will call. ()
Mrs. Martin Hatteberg
Hecovenng in Hospital
SILVERTON. Ore., Auk. 2.
(Special). Miss Thea Jensen
went to Portland Saturday eve
ning to spend the week-end with
Mrs. Martin Hatteberg who is at
the Emmanuel hospital. Mrs. Hat
teberg is reported as rettine
along as well as can be expected.
Miss Jensen, a graduate' nurse
from Emmanuel, is now a nurs
at "SUveTfdril'-She returned, to her
hom Sunday, events V 4 j' :
. Iactfic Coast
W. L. Pet.
Los Angeles 73 44 .624
Oakland C3 53 .54;:
Sacramento ;." f" .542
Missions 6tt 4".7 ..ir,
Seattle r.7 4 .4 71
Hollywood r.4 V7 .44 6
Portland f.4 f.7 .44;
San Francisco .....rl f7 .421
Pittsburgh .r5 ill
Cincinnati SS 4.r
St. Louis f3 jis
Brooklyn ."2 fco
Chicago r.l i9
New York r.O 40
Boston 4 0 p7
Philadelphia 39 .f.7
Cleveland . .
Chicago . . .
St. Iouis . .
The rug and carpet department
of the Hamilton Furniture Co. is
one of the most complete in the
state. All rug prices below regu
lar list. ; ()
At Shipley's the ladles of Salem
have satisfied themselves that they
can get the finest spring and sum
mer frocks, coats and dresses ever
shown In this city. ()
We Built a $ 1 0,000000 Bo
to Make This New Essex
' tl-fH JL-fc &rtSS. Si-iP : TfiTF SZTT ? ! - tJSt ioo siocl body. Hereartb K
I irrnHi t';T-Jiir' tlO 'TX- t55C!-:gS ptaminthe U.TbmiDta r .. . .
The New '.
"At Your Door"
Standard equipment includes:
Automatic Windshield Cleaner,
Rear View Mirror.TrinsmJsion
.'Lock (built-in). Radiator Shat
ter, Moto-Meter, Cojmbinatioa
Stop and Tail Light. -
ENTERS PRO RAWKS
French Tennis Star to Tour
United States, Spoils
PARIS. Aug. 2. (By Associat
ed Press.) Charles Pyle. Ameri
can's sports promoter, announced
tonight that Suzanne Lengien will
make a tour of the I'nited States
as a professional in the fall. Pyle
said the tennis star's tour would
begin October 1 and last four
According to Pyle. Suzanne will
sail from France September 12
and begin to play tennis about
October 10, mainly, lie expects on
"Suzanne," said Pyle. "will
play from Maine to California,
playing in Canada, Maxico. and
Cuba as well as the United States.
Asked who Suzanne's oppon
ents would be, Pyle replied:
"She will have some of the best
tennis players of the World as op
ponents in the exhibition.
"I beliew tennis and polf
should be on the same plane as
regards the oju-n championship
The promoter adinited that the
film in whirli Suzanne will he
starred will include a tennis match
and will be unlfr my supervi
sion." He revealed that Suzanne
signed the contract Saturday at
With Ail-Steel, Bolted and Riveted
Clear Vision Body
Many of these advantages you wil recog
nize at a giance. But you will have a higher
appreciation of their meaning when you
know that a plant of 1 8 acres which, with
equipment, approximated a cost of
lO.OOO.OOO, was first built and that specLd
machinery had to be designed, to make
possible this New Coach now on display.
Again Essex "6" ' offers rin the design and
construction of the NevV Coach 2S radical
an improvemejt4is,;,Was the original
'"oach itself. 1
It is all steel, bolted, and riveted, and so
rigid that 8queaks,r rattles and distortions, are
as unlikely as in a steel building. Doors are
so hung that a man- may hang on an open door
while the car is being driven over rough
rbads, without springing it out of true.
F. W. PETTYJOHN CO.
North Commercial St.
'W. i a, c i
Portland f: Los Angeles '
Seattle 3; San Francisco 2
Other teams traveling.
Philadelphia S; Pittsburgh
Chicago 5; Brooklyn 4
New York 4; St. I mollis 2
Philadelphia 6-10; Detroit
Chicago 2; New York 1
Washington 14; St. Louis 11
II. F. Woodry & Son, 271 N.
Com'l. St.. furniture store. Bar
gains in furniture of all kinds.
Agent for Lang ranges, best made.
A'o auctioneers. ()
Pourville. with the consent of her
father and mother. Madame Leng
ien and a maid will accompany
Suzanne to America, but he said
M. Lenglen's health forbade mak
ing the trip although he approved
of it entirely.
Asked about the amount the
star was to receive for abandon
ing her amqteur status, Pyle
answered that both parties to the
transaction had agreed not to re
veal the amount involved.
New shipment of fall hats and
a new line of felts. $:i.5 t $4.5.
Children's felts, also. Salem Var
iety Store, 2!5 North Commercial.
Speciu-I showing of new slip on
sweaters. S3. 75 o $t50. The
latest for spoils wear. Sizes to
fit ladies. Scotch Woolen Mills
Store, 42t SAato'.. " ()
Rudolnh StadfiiLOofins 1
Ice Cream Plant at Home
SILVERTON, Ore.. Aug. 2.
(Special). -Rudolph Sladeli. Jr..
has put up on ice cream -plant at
his farm home in the German
flats, south of Silverton. , The
plant has been .built on the
By PICKIVIW STAGES
30 HOURS TO SAN FRANCISCO
Through 'Reclining Tair Gar Service Four Schedule
Kach Bay With Stop Over Prrrtlcgea -
Leaving the Terminal: Hotel
9:20 A. M., 12:20 P. M 7 P. 1:25 A. M.
One Way ..... : .$15.50 ,
Kound Trip . . '$30.00
One Wav 1 1 427.35
Round Trip .. .'...$50.00
For Infornjation Call At
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And it is so designed and constructed as to
permit the use in a totally new manner of a
nigh baked 'enamel, most lustrous and
lasting finish. This has made possible new
combinations in finish that will please
There lias been constant. Improvement in
the chassis from the-first Essex shipped.
Kvery week has seen some betterment. But
Tonly by the aumulation of the resources,
the information, experience, and the skill
fchat have resulted from the purchase of
35C.OOO EssexVSixes" in a short period of
time, was it ppssible to erect the plants, to
perfect the machinery, , to create the designs
that have resulted in this car which'we ask
you to inspect and t6 drive as the best
looking, best value, best Essex ever buihv
ronnd floop of -.the windmill
tower. The floor ia cemented and
a kitchenette for supplies and
selling purposes -has Jbeen added,,
making the place particularly
aiirac-iie. - .t .
Mr. . Stadeli learned Itoejfre
M-aam hnsiness ac ine ur'L
ricultnral col.eg. . ,
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