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DONE m FIELD
Fast Ball Pitchers Pounded
-Hard Before j-Record . -:
Crowd Monday "
Bis; bats of the 1 bewhiskered
Boom of David baiebair team
' evereaa listless ' vork - la the
'. Held OB- the part of the rod
weaiy Xethoaelahi; and the blr
?V ote rlaiters defeated the - Salem
Senaiora 1 to 7 oi OUnser field
-. Monday sight before the largest
crowd of the seasoa. -
. T rise q-'- Edwards ' Soloas
pounded Tally, Hoaae of Darld
twlrler, f or sis hits Including Pe-
- tenon's three bagger to score
, . fire mm In the first inning, bnt
after that Tally held them to two
-' .bingles or less to the stasia and
- oalj two more runs were scored
-oft hint, one In the third and one
- In . the seventh. ' Two errors . by
. Tucker, s DarMItet rangy first
. - sacker, permitted the Solons to
threaten In the ninth bat three
. -i infield outs in succession stopped
. the rally,.: v
i : House of Darid scored two In
- the first Inning when. Ped ergon
' v. singled and Tolles hit a homer to
.- the center field fenee. Flemlnz's
- three bagger accounted for. an-
- otherrnn In the third. Two were
v gained on Faust's two bagger, an
error and Pederson's single In the
sixth, two more on an error and
two singles in the seventh which
marked the retirement of Russell
la favor of Jones. The ambushed
athletes scored one more on a
hit, a walk and a fielder's choice
, : In -the eighth.
The game was marked by some
heckling and a resultant fist
fight between Manager Edwards
' and fan. "
House of David
' AB R H PO A E
Hipp, cf S 1. 1 1 0 1
Tucker, lb ..B 118 12
Pederaon, rf 4 3 1 0 1 o
Tolles, If .5 2 1(00
Fleming, e 5 0 2 8 1 0
- McC&fferty, 3 6 1 0 2 1 0
Williams, 2b 2 10 1 0 0
Heckman, 2b 2 1 1 0 o 0
Faust, ss .T4 1 S 13 1
Tally, p L.4 - 0 1 0 3 0
Totals 42 9 27 10 4.
AB R H PO A E
T. GIrod, cf ..S 0 2 4 0 1
P. ' Girod, ss 4 1 1 2 0 6
dinger, 3b 5 0 1111
Sullivan, lb ..5 1 2 13 1 0
L. Girod, 2b ..4 1 14 3 1
Gill, rf 5 12 10 0
Peterson, If .4 2 1 0 0 0
Hogan, e S 13 2 1 0
Russell, p 3 0 1 0 10
Jones, p 1 0 0 0 0 0
Edwards, z 1 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 43 7 14 27 12 3
x- Batted for Jones in the 9th.
Score by Innings:
House of D. - 211 002 210 9
Salem 601 000 1007
J- Sacrifice hit, P. Girod. Stolen
.bases, Hipp, Pedergon, Sullivan,
L. Girod. Two base hits, Faust,
- P. Girod. Russell. Three base
hits, Fleming, Peterson. Home
ran, Tolles. Bases on balls, off
Russell 2, off Jones 1, off Tally
2. Struck out. by Russell 1, by
Jones 1, by Tally 4. Passed balls,
Hogan, Fleming. Time of game,
2 hours. Umpires, Mason and
LETTERS CHANGE TONE
BALTIMORE," Md. . (AP) A
. check up of fan letters received
by WBAL shows that 4( out Of
every 10. say "please send me
so-and-so as announced daring
yoar program last night." It was
n't so long ago that listeners let
i ters stressed the fact that the
- "'program is coming in fine." or
that the station was heard on
" such and such a set.
HE SUFFERED FOR
VFJRS VJITH PILES
Bleeding Kind Was So Pain
fnl He Slept on a
.TELLS HOW FINALLY
f HE OVERCAME PILES
"It was no cinch for me to over
come say pile trouble . because . I
suffered more or less that way for
twenty-Sve years, bat in tx weeks
time I was rid of piles and feeling
like a new man and thinking it
simply wonderful. I am writing to
let the whole world know," declares
Hugo Killer, a prominent paper
hanger, of AbbotsfordV Wisconsin.
"My ' Biles were the - bleeding
kind. Pains in the bowels almost
doubled me np sometimes and the
pain was so bad that I coaldat lay
la bed comfortably so 1 slept with
. a pi3ov ander me. Of ceorsw I
already had tried a nnmber of
remedies for piles threagh the
.years bat they did no good antil
coaple months ago I ran acrsos
these weaderfnl Colae PiU POIs.
1 iThe first esnple bottles began to
. shsw results. ' The pais got lest
and then stopped. I kept est tak
ing them for a fall six weeks and
It was .- marvelous . the way they
iworked. I recommend Colae Pile
Pills to everybody stow coatiaoed
Ir.-Miller. . :. , :
Until the " perfectkw of these
fpiUs w&kh yea swallow with a lit
tle water at meal times, aboat the
. oaiy remediea known for piles Were
,a surgical operation, salves or tup
ipositories. New nobody need snf.
ter anr iearer. Tbev are mru.
teed ts completely relieve yea of
very sin of nilesr or mosev hack
ltl.d 11.1.1- A .
drug stores or by return mail a
ifcwpt of T5c ta stamp or coins.
Colae Chemical iCs - Crentwood,
tlarylaad.' . . f--
. , 'i : ':. ' : adr.
Big BOl's Ankle Will
Be 0. K. arid He'll Play . -
Against France Friday
PARIS, Jaly 21 (AP) After
eleven -rears, big Bill Tilde
stands tonight as the brightest
hope the United States has to re
gain the Davis cup from the
French in the challenge round op
ening here Friday.
After surmounting the difficul
ties that arose through his writ
ings for an American newspaper
syndicate the Davis cap commit
tee named big BUI to the No. 1
role in the singles play only to
have Tildes, who accepted "de
spite my better Judgment,' tarn
an ankle this afternoon in prac
tice. LaU this evening, however,
doctors decided after consulta
tion America's premier player
would fee fit for the opening of
"In lilt, with BUI Johnston.
I went to Australia and brought
back the Davis cup," . Bill said as
soon as the doctors' verdict' was
announced. "It Is my fondest,
hope to bring it back to the Unit
ed States after eleven years and
then," believe me, some7 eae. else
can defend it. 1 am through." '
While playing with Karel Ko
seluh, Czech professional, Til den
turned his ankle, limped away: to
a waiting automobile and' the big
question mark in .world . tennis
Was again unanswered until the
doetors' verdict tonight.,.
The team ss presented to the
French stands as Tilden, George
Lott, Wllmer Allison and John
Van Ryn. France will pin its
faith , on Cochet. their ace; Jean
Borotra, Jacques Bmgnon and
A movement to give better ad
vertising to Salem -manufactured
nrodneta with th tIw nt in
creasing their sale locally, was
launcnea in is week when the
chamber of commerce started a
survey of all Salem manufactur
A questionnaire sent out from
chamber headquarters ask eaeh
firm to list the articles in manu
factures and the trade brand It
uses on its product.
This information will ho ent
to the East Side Commercial
club ox Portland which is prepar
ing si list of Oregon manufac
tured ' goods.
In addition to the advertising,
received in this method. Presi
dent Chambers of the Salem
chamber of commerce. Diana to
Issue a folder this fall devoted ex
clusively to Salem manufactured
products. In addition to th fold
er, other publicity means will be
utilized to develop home loyalty
to saiem industries, Chambers
TOKYO, July 21. (AP) Still
counting dead and Injured and
adding up property losses as
rapidly as faltering communica
tion lines could report them Ja
pan and Korea today set about
rehabilitating regions swept
yesterday by the worst typhoon
in a generation.
The storm swept over the
Loochooo islands, Kiushla is
lands, across the Inland sea from
the main island of Japan and
into Korea,, at velocity exceeding
190 miles an hour. Seventy per
sons were known to hare been
killed on Kiushiu. Thirty-seven
of these were In Nagasaki pre
fecture and 17 in Fuknoka pre
fecture. Injured In Japan had reached
737 and more than 100 were
missing. It was estimated by of
ficials 4,200 houses were de
stroyed and 13,000 homes dam
aged. Jaoanese houses aa a rnla
are of flimsy construction com-
pared with western residences.
IN JflPWJ TYPHOON
SIMPLE HE 1EAT1
Made Hair Grow in Nice and Heavy.
I Now Her Friends Declare It
Is Beautiful Since She
Has Used Lea's
Ilair Tonie ' v
SEE WHAT DAUGHTER
SAYS ABOUT IT BELOW
"My mother whose pktare I am
eaelosiag is sure glad she used
Lea" Hair Toaie. f Her aair ia ao
ake and ttenr sinrle rrav hair u
goae. hc has ahowa her hair to)
ssaay womea ane knewa. and they
all are amazed at the Improved
,Bf .and growth. Uother
actually looks tweaty years yoang.
r' i? treat booster for
tiea'a uair ioait and rladlv anth.
arfaea yea to aso her photo if yo
wbh.. writes Jutta Pok, 191S Des
trehaa St, St. Laaia Mo. : -
v No man or woman ahoaU fafl
to have beaatifsl even colored
yout hf si hair newadavs. Ones aa-
pearance counU f or a great deal
socuuy or in business. It is aoi
wnrer neeesaary ta vae krly yes.
. r?"7-r aoP P
Here's one from the usually
erudite and correct Associated
Press:. . . .. .
The New York Yankees at the
beginning of a recent -road trip
were seven and one-half games
back of tho Philadelphia Athletics
la second place, hut were only
seven games behind the Wash
ington Senators who then led tho
leagmo. ' "The odd situation was
brought about by a variation of
games lost and won by the clubs."
Wo thought It was varlatioms
of games lost and won thai
sonde all the difference la .base
ball standings, bat maybe we
don't know it siL
Sport writers in Little. Rock,
Ark., are celebrating. Tbe Little
Rock team Is to . play night ball,
and has a pitcher named; Moon, .
It was mostly smart baseball
and especially smart' base, ran- .
nins; that gave the Halem Sena
tors a victory over Albany San
day when the Akos onthlt the
Solons and bunched their hits
at that. .
Notice the second inning, when
Frisco's boys got two runs on one
hit. Of course a walk and a sacri
fice played their part, too; but
notice,' If you please, . that Billy
Sullivan scored from first on Lou
Girod's two bagger and that Girod
kept' going to third on the throw
that, didn't, catch Billy at tho
plate. Lou was then prepared to
score on Da Vault's sacrifice fly.
Then move down to the fifth.
Peterson or maybe it was the.
coacher decided Andy eonld
make second on his hit. That;
was good Judgment by a couple
of Inches, and It really meant
two inns. For with Aady round
ing third after Ted Girod's hit,
Jeaks took extra chances try
ing to stop that ball to close
in, it got away and Ted got a
three bagger opt of it, so that
Was In portion to caah in on
Zeke's hit.. Zeke also hotfooted
it some to score from second
on Lake Gill's hit. So base run
ning had a part la recording; all
That leaves the seventh and
you fans who were there -know
that Zeke and Sullivan nlaved
horse with tho Albany infield, Zeke
stealing home after the Aleos tried
to catch Billy at second. Once
mora Rlllv anrinted around from
second on a hit by L. Girod.
Frisco and Lake also tied the
Alcos in knota la the second on
a delayed doable steal, bat
. didn't get anywhere. It furnish
ed a big 'kick .for the fans.
Frisco and Olie made them
selves a double play in a tight
place by using a lot of headwork
too. First and second occupied,
Leo dropped the third strike, then
threw to third. Jenks thought it
was a force play at third and Olie
did too for a second, but "woke
up" in time to tag Jimmy.
Fortler tried some tall base run
ning on his long bit to center, but
the results were totally nil when:
he was caught out at the plate.
Very poor Judgment, trying f to
stretch It on three Girod whips
with nobody out
A policeman bawlin.: out a civ
ilian because he wouldn't answer
questions, only to find out after a
while that tho fellow .as a mute.
INCREASE IN SALES
NEW YORK (AP) Retail
sales of radio equipment should
approximate $845,000,000 during
1930 as against 1590,000,000 in
1929 says the department of com
merce, basing, its figures on av
erage sales for the first quarter of
HAIRS VEflr QUICKLY
Simply bay a Utile- of Lea's flail
Tonic at the drug store, and apply
a tew arops aigaUy ta the scalp
with iarer Una. - CradaaHv . da '
by day .the hair turns shade by ,
shade back to ttaf beaatifsl even
yeathfal color. 1 One may defy an
expert to detect iu ase, and as
easy and conveaiemt to as ta
Jt a few drops massaged tots
the scalp aeema to stimalate cir
ealation, sad growth also, and the
scalp becomes as healthy looking
and free of dandruff aa a childa. -
If year draggist hasn't- Lea's
Hair Tank send deOar bilL check
er atampa to Lea Teak Ce Brent-
nul - J a..i i;
t awtue vu an mauea
yoa WiUi a pomUva gaaranteo of
aca tr aalng ieas aU
Base Running Brings Win;
. Eugene Noses Out the
. Chicks by 2 to 1
' - Wfllainette VaUey Leagne
W. L. ..Pet.
Salem M ..2 0 .1000
Eugene ......... .2 , 1.000
CorvaiMs 7 ....... 0 2 .000
Albany 0 2
At. Eugene 1, Corvallia 1.
At Salem 7, Albany 4. '
Smart and speedy base running
won -for tho Salem Senators a 7
to 4 victory over tho Albany. Al
eos hero Sunday la the. second
game' of the Willamette Valley
league eeond. half schedale and
tho last league game la which
these teams will -meet. Salem
Won despite the fact that Albany
onthlt the, local team.
Andy Peterson, who - a week
before had. pitched a no-hit, no-
run game, kept up that pace for
only . two innings, McReynolds of
the visitors; pounding a hot one
through dinger's position to
break the ice in the third. The
Senators' had scored two runs in
the- second inning but in the. third
Albany tied the score, went ahead
in the fourth and stayed there
until the last of the fifth when
the Senators scored three more.
just enough to win, as it turned
Fortler, nig Frenchman . who
has twirled brilliant .but erratic
ball in this vicinity for several
seasons, appeared to have hit his
stride in this game, striking out
eleven Salem batsmen In sis in
nings: but in the seventh he was
retired afler a walk and two hits
had accounted for two more runs.
Stritmater, Albany manager, took
up the burden and held the Sen
Peterson had his troubles In
the third, fourth and sixth in
nings but each time regained the
upper hand before Manager Ed
wards had looked more than once
in the direction of the bull pen.
AB R H PO A E
Jenks, If-cf ..4 0 1 2 0 0
Wilkinson, ss.3 0 1 1 3 0
Stritm't'r, cf-p4 0 0 1 0 0
McClain, c ..4 1 S 12 1 0
Hecker, 2b ..4 0 0 0 2 0
Black well, rf.4 1 1 1 0 0
M'R'ynolds, lb.3 1.2 0 2 0
Lansing. 3b.. 4 1 1 0 1 1
Fortler, p-.-2 0 110 0
Totals .34 4 11 24 9 1
AB R H PO A B
T. Girod, cf..5 1 2 0 1 0
P. Girod. BS..3 2 1 2 4 0
OUnger, 3b ..5 0 0 2 3 0
Sullivan, lb.. 3 2 2 10 0 0
L. Girod, 2b.. 4 1 2 2 4 1
Gill, rf 2 0 1 5 0 0
Da Vault, If ...3 0 0 0 0 0
Edwards, c ..4 0 1 10
Peterson, p . .4 1 10 1 0
Totals ...33 7 10 27 14 1
Score bv innings:
Albany .002 101 000 4
Salem 020 030 2x 7
Two base hits. McClain. Lans
ing, T. Girod. L. Girod, Peterson.
Three base hits. Fortler, T. Gi
rod. Sacrifice hits. McReynolds.
Wilkinson, -DaVault. Gill. Stolen
haae. P. Girod. Double Plays.
Edwards to Olinger, P. Girod to
L. Girod to Sullivan. Passed
ban. McClain. . Bases on bails,
off Fortler 3. off Stritmater l.
Hit batsman. Gill by Fortler. For
tler pitched 1-3 Innings, at bat
27 hits 8. runs 7: Stritmater
pitched 1 2-3 innings, at bat 0.
no hits, , no runs. Charge defeat
to Fortler. Time of game, 2M0.
Umpires, Swan and Mason.
EUGENE, July 21 (Special)
-The Eugene Towaies stayed
abreast of Salem in the second
half Willamette Valley league
leadership by winning a 2 to 1
pitchers' duel from the Corrallis
Chicks here Sunday.
4 The Chicks outhit the Towaies
7 to S, but the home team
bunched bingles to score , runs In
the4hird and fifth, and prevent
ed Halph Coleman's team from
getting more than one run which
was scored in the secona inning.
. The score:
f - AB R H PO A E
Hafenfeldt.2b 4 "01 1 3 3
Bagley. 3b.'..5 0 10 2 0
Brown, p .... 4 0 1 1 3 0
Lamb. SS....3 0 0 3 2 1
Quisenb'ry, cf.3 0 0 2 4) 0
Cassidy, lb ..3 0 o li o
Mack; e .....4 0 14 1 0
Baling, rf ...4 1 2 0 0 0
Coleman. If . . 3 " 0 0 2 0 0
1713 Step Pala Instantly A&
EeaoTe Corn or Ilcaty
; - Etfcsdtd .
8 WATERS FOn iOe --
. , NOT UEE THE ETST
It yoaVa tried all sorts of corn
remedies without gettins; the relief
eTrpected, risk a dime and. try
"O-Joy Coxa Wafers," the wonder
fol new renftdr inuranteed to stop
pain at enea and quickly; remova
corn, ealloua, . roota . ana all or
Boneir back. . : : . . - t-i. " a
lie thick dOTgtnot-shaped pad,
or burning adds Just a tiny, thin'
as paper, wxier. tress one otwumt
corn with finger and it stkksCkere.
Away goes pain, shoes dont hart,
lanca if yoa like. No ineonve
aieneeworry or bother. Six O-Joy
Cora waf era tot av 4Jma afms
stores, :rv..,', : - t,
DUney ..'..I t 10 0
ToUl . .-; .tt' 1 T 24 11 4
" '"' AB R H PO A E
Stevens, as ..4 1 2 4 4 1
Robie. 3b...4 12 0 2 0
Bliss, C .....4 0 2 10
Shaneman, If. 4 0 0 1 0 0
Gould, rf ...4 0 1 3 10
Barnes, cf . .2 0 110
Anderson, 2b. 2 0 0 1 3 1
Husband, lb .3 0 0 15- 0 0
Burton, p ...3 0 tf 0. 5. 0
Total ....30 2 K 27 12 2
Score' by Innings:
Corvallis 010 000 000 1
Eugene . .......001 010 000 2
Hit tor Cassidy in ninth. .
Two base hits, Stevens, Robie.
Three base hits, Robie.. Stolen
bases, Robie. - Sacrifice hits,
Barnes. Doable plays. Gould to
Bliss: Anderson to Stevens to
Hnsband; Lamb ,to Cassidy.
Struck .out, by Brown 3. ' Burton
Burton 1. Hit by pitcher, by
2. Basea on "balls, off Brown 1,
Burton, Bagley, Qulsenberry. Um
pires. ' Senders and- Huntington.
Time of game, 1:3S."
Brooklyn. July 2i (ap)
Breaking -loose with an 18-hit
attack in the second game, the
St. Louis Cardinals got an even
break with the Robins . today,
winning the nightcap, 17 to 10,
after dropping the opener, 9 to 8.
R H E
St. Louis ".... 8 12 4
Brooklyn . 9 11 2
Grimes and Mancuso; Phelps,
Clark and Lopez.
R H E
St. Louis ' 17 18 1
Brooklyn 10 IS 4
GrabowBki. Ptcinich. Belle and
Wilson; Luque, Clark and Lopep.
PhlUies Beat Pirates
PHILADELPHIA, July 21
(AP) The Philadelphia Nation
als defeated the Pittsburgh Pi
rates today, 7 to 2. Southern and
Whitney scored a homer apiece
for the winners. Sweetland went
the distance on the mound for the
R H E
Pittsburgh 2 11 0
Philadelphia 7 11 1
Kremer and Hemsley; Sweet
land and Davis.
Hemers Count Five
NEW YORK, July 21 (AP)
Two home runs by Hack Wil
son and a third by Eddie Farrell
paved the way for the Cubs' 6 to
0 triumph over the Giants today.
The three circuit clouts scored
five runs, while Parmelee forced
the other tally across the .plate
with three walks preceded by a
R H E
Chicago 6 10 1
New York .0 9 2
Malone and Hartnett; Cbapin
INTO POOL OF FIRE
Darwin Calfee, young dare
devil, drew concerted applause
from a crowd at Spong's landing
Sundsy when he dove from a. 30
foot tower into a pool of burning
gasoline on the surface of the
Willamette river. Although the
flames leaped as high as six feet
into tho air, Calfee was not
Earlier tn the day exhibitions
of fancy diving were held in
which Darwin Calfee took first
place and Kenneth Campbell took
second place. Much amusement
was offered the spectators during
the contest by the antics of John
Creech who mimicked the divers.
Dives offered by the contestants
Included the swan, jackkoife,
back-jack and four-optional.
In the EO-yard swimming race
John Creech took first place and
Bruce Campbell took second. In
the 220-yard race Robert Need
ham placed first and Kenneth
Campbell second. In the 50-yard
swim for ladies first place was
won by Rose Hifer and second
by Doris Kemp.
In the 100-yard race for men
Robert Need ham came in first
and John Creech second.
Back From Trip
To Copper Mine
Mark McCallister, state corpor
ation commissioner, has returned
here from Med ford,, where he con
ferred with officials of the Con
solidated Copper company, which
recently purchased the Bine Ledge
copper mine located in Jackson
connty. i -
The company recently entered
into a contract for the establlsh
merit of a 250-ton redaction mill
and other substantial , Improve
ments. McCallister said that more
than 31,000.000 already had been
expended In the development of
this mining- property. ' 1i
? - Hubbard -Home
: HUBBARD. Jnly 'Ili Mrs.'
Alice Holcomb has as house guest
her son-in-law and daughter. Mr.
and Mrs. J. E. Allen from Watson
ville CaL, who are spending-their
month's vacation In ' the north.
Tbey will visit relatives at Port
land and Washington.' 1
" Miss Edith Holeomb, daughter
of Mrs. Alice Holcomb, and Miss
Pansy'- Plank returned - to ' their
positions in ortland "Tridgy after
a pleasant vacation spent at Vic
Grey Diggers Take Shutout
Game From ML Angel in
JEFFERSON, July 2i-(Special)
The Turner Grey . Diggers won
the Cascade league championship
here Sunday when Spellbrink cast
his spell on the Mt. Angel tossers
and shot them out "though they
chalked up seven hits, one more
than the winners. Turner won
5 to 0 in the final game of the
championship ' series, after ' the
teams , had divided a pair of
games. Turner was champion of
the southern division of the
league and ML Angel of the
The Grey Diggers put the game
on ice in. the first inning, as it
turned out, scoring three runs in
that frame on two hits. One more
run came in in( the third and one
in the ' eighth.' Spellbrink held
the Mt. Angel lads to not more
than one bit to the Inning.
. . The score: ,
AB R HSPO A E
ReiUing, cf . . 5 . 0 1 4 10
Luts, ss 4 0 0.0 4 0
Johnson, 2b .2 0 0 0 2 0
D. Mann'g, 3b 3 0 1 0 0 2
C. Mann'g, If 2 0 0 0 0 0
K. Mann'g, lb 4 0 2 10 0 2
V. Keber. rf .4 0 0 2 0 0
F'schweil'r, c 4 0 2 8 0,0
Schmitz, p. . . 1 0 0 0 3 1
Keber, If .... 1 0 1 0 0 0
Wolff, p ....1 0 0 0 0 0
Totals ...31 0 7 24 10 5
AB R H PO A E
Peiser, rf . . . 3 2 2 2 0 0
Martin, If ..4 1 2 1 10
Wipper, lb ..4 1 0 14 0 0
Rankin, cf . . 3 1 2 1 0 0
Mlttner, 2b . 3 0 0 3 3 0
Girod, ss....4 0 0 0 3 0
Gath, 3b 4 0 0 0 3 1
Pearson, c . . 4 0 0 5 0 0
Spellbrink, p .2 0 0 1 4 0
Totals ...31 5 27 14 1
Score by innings:
Mt. Angel .."...000 000 000 0
Turner 301 000 Olx 6
Summary Two base hits, Mar
tin, 'Rankin, Ferschweiler, Man
ning, P. Keber; struck out by
Spellbrink, 5; by Schmlts, 5, by
Wolff, 2. Base on balls off Spell
brink, 3; Schmits, 1; Wolff, 2;
hit by pitched ball, D. Manning
by Spellbrink, Mitzner by
Schmitx. Passed ball, Pearson.
Innings pitched by Schmitz, 6;
by Wolff, 2. Umpires, Burke and
It requires more than 800 mo
tor vehicles, with an investment
in excess of $800,000, to take
care of the business for the state
of Oregon, according to a report
prepared by the secretary of
The Btate owns 321 trucks. 412
automobiles and 29 motorcycles.
The cost of operating these ve
hicles was estimated at $500,000
a year. The state highway de
partment controls more than two
thirds of the state's motor equip
ment. The cost of operating these
cars ranges from 3.5 a mile, es
tablished by the state labor com
missioner, to a maximum. of 10
cents per mile . for the heavier
type of machines operated by
some other departments.
Cutting off the water supply at
the home of S. M. Endicott at 675
t North Church street will cost the
Oregon-Washington Water Ser
vice company $1,650, if all dam-
1 ages sought by Endicott and his
wife In a suit filed against the
company in circuit court jester
day are awarded.
Endicott sets forth In his com
plaint that the eompsny shut off
water, which he used for both
domestic and irrigation purposes,
"for purpose of extorting . money
from the plaintiff on a pretended
obligation which plaintiff did not
owe and which plaintiff had at
tempted to explain to defendant."
Defendant refused to listen to
the explanation and continued to
deprive the Endlcotts of water
service, the - complaint allges. .
EHdicott asks $500 general
damages, $160 damages for In
convenience , and carrying water
for three days, and ,$1,000 exem
plary damages as result : of
wrongfal, unlawful and malicious
conduct ef defendant. V '
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OMAHA. Nebr July 21 (AP)
-The-ring career of Prime Car
nera, giant . Italian heavyweight
fighter; has -ran its course, ac
cording to Frank Paccassi, busi
ness manager of the pair.
Paccassl tonight stated Carne
ra has a year to serve in -the Ital
ian army and must now return to
his native land to don the uni
form. - The business manager re
vealed the managers of Camera
had made an agreement with Pre
mier. Mussolini of Italy -for a
six months extension of the data
on which Primo was to. enter, the
army, but that this time had now
elapsed and he must return to
Italy at once. ; - '
"After a year in the Italian ar
my. Primo won't bo worth a
darn," this is the final curtain to
Primo's career, Paecacssi lament
ed and be told of efforts that had
been made to match tho fighter
with De mosey and Young S trip
ling. Paccassi's statement that Car
nera was to Join the Italian army
came on the heels of his an
nouncement today the . United
States ft-overnment authorities
had denied Primo and his mana
ger, Leon see, an extension' of
their stay in tti United States.
At Brooklvn. S-10, t.' Louis ft-1'
At Philadelphia 7, Pittsburgh 1.
At N'ew York 0. Chicago 6.
At CltTcUnd 3. New York 7.
At Petroit 7, . Philadelphia 6.
At Bt. Louit 9, - Washington 4.
At Chicago 1. Boston 3.
At Mission 0 6. Seattle 6-!.
At Hollywood 1-6. Portlaud 13-8.
At Oakland 1-4, Loa Anpeles 0-11.
At SaeiamenM 7-8, San Franeiteo 4-7
Uccond game IS inuaings)
Salem Golf Course 2 miles south
on River Irive. 18 hole watered fair
ways, large greens. Fees 75c, Sundays
and holidays, $1.00.
REETEE GOLF, driving practice,
10 balls for 10c For men and wom
en. Winter Garden 333 N. High.
Why go miles to swim when you
can swim at Taylor's Beach; only 10
and 15r. tint and State.
F. Pi. Woodry
IS Tra. Salem's leading Auctioneer
and Furniture Dealer
Kerfdence and Store
1610 N. Summer St
W. E. Burns Dan Burns.- S. High
St at Ferry. Tel. 422 or'Z300.
Turkish baths and maisage. 8. H.
Logan. Telephone 8214. New Ban.
R. D. Barton National Batteries
Starter and generator work. 203
LLOYD E. ' RAUSDEN Colombia
Bicycles and repairing. 287 Court.
The best in bicycles and repairing.
H. W. Soott 147 fl. Com't Tel. 48.
Telephone IIS R. TS. Northnewa.
Dr. O. t- SCOTT. PSC Chiropractor.
S64 N. High. TeL S7. Res. 31S4-J.
DRS. SCOFIELD, Palmer Chiro
practors. X-Ray and K. C IL New
GXETIC treatments for neuri
tis, gas, fin, etc wm call st the home
by requew. Tel. 2078-W. 330 N. High.
Center Rt Vuleteria. tel. J!17.
Monroe Suits 32,2.50. All wool hand
tailored. G. W. Johnson Co.
HALJK EICTRJC CO. 1 North
Front st. Tel. No. t
Electric supplies, fixtures. Services
of trained electricians. EOFF ELKC-
FLOWERS FOR ALL occasions
Ol sen's. Court High EC, TeL 101.
CUT Flowers, wedding , bouquets
ftmeral wreatha. eecorauoaa.- C F.
BreJt,hanpt. florist. 511 EUU Street
TeL 380, ; ----- ' - -
WE naka tin rnnr fliwm
ntn Market. Tel. 2114.
Salem. Scavenger. Tet.H7 or Jie.
v WARREN Fv POWERS i
, Ll'a and General Insuraneo
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111 tt a Bank Bldg. .
vt WILLAMETTES 1NSURANCB
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lt M. High Tet Hi:
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Telephone 23 , j isg a High
..,SfITA,L5:irLt-AUNDRT - 7
T-7tl Lanry of Pure Materlata-
JIT-"EH" s"D1,e4 aatresses retailed
nTLS? ict!rr. to Too. Capital
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BABE GETS H
CLEVELAND, July 21t (APf
With Babe RuOt getting .' his)
S Sth home run of the seasop'.ihd
Yankees took the measure of tha
Indians today by the Score of 7
niM an1 fiehrtr , also hit
home runs tor the - "ranks. .
New York . 7 11
Cleveland .Z,..: ,, " " .2 12 t
Wells and Hargrave; Miller,
Bean and Spring.
DETROIT, July,. 21 -(.AP)
Detroit defeated the Athletics, 7
to I. la the second, game of their
series' hero today. : ' .
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Detroit ,, 1 1 x i
Eaxnshaw and- Cochrane;,
Whitehlll - and Desautels. ;
- - .
- - Browns Beat Solons
ST. LOUIS, July 21 (AP) -With
a five-run -rally ia the sixth
inning, the St Louis Browns took
their second straight game of tho
series , with Washington here; to
day, winning -V- the - Browns,
, were outhit, 10 to .
R H B
Washington 10. t
St. Louis . ; 5
Hadley,. Brown : Liska and
Spencer; Stewart and Ferrelh
' Boston Beats Sox
CHICAGO, July 21 (AP)-
Boston scored a 3 to 1 victory
over the White Sox today, defeat
ing Al Thomas. 3 to 1. The gama
was the fastest of the season in
R H B
Boston r. 3 0 0
Chicago ; 1 5 .1 .
Llsenbee and Berry; Thomas
Walsh and Crouse.
Bobby Joues on his return ta
America with the two major Brit
ish golf trophies, denied that, be
ever planned to win all four ma
jor golf titles the same year.
FOR RENT New pianos. H. I
Stiff Furniture Company.
GEO. C WILL Pianos, Phono
graphs, sewing machines, sheet cnusie
and piano studies. Repairing phone
graph and sewing machine 4 St State
PHONE GLENN Adams for houso
decorating, paperhangtng. tinting, etc
PLUMBING AND HEATING
PLUMBING and general re pais
work. Graber Broa, 143 So Ltberty.
Hart and Ray OH burners, heating,)
plumbing and general repairs. J. A.
Bernard!. 46C Ferry. Tel. 24.
Mesher Plumbing Supply Co, 171 &
Com'l. Tel. loa.
FOR STATIONERY, cards, pam
phlets, programs, books or any kind
of printing, call at The Statesman
Printing Department. 215 8. Cotnroer
rinl Tel RAO
. FOR every purpose, for every purao
All standard aires of Radio Toheai
EOFF ELECTRICAL SHOP. 341
Court St., TeL 3S5.
LAWPrf irwwyirsT stliAt-rMA stow
fog, kovw, et?. Stewart gSI Court.
Steam ah Ip reerrations. Salem Tra-LI?yj5--S-Hlyh.
STOVES and afnra ettftatHn finM
- - " .. . n v.wvw
for aale. rehntlt mnA ruaW . ail
IflAa At .AVMI wlr. . .
plain, hop baskets and hooka, tofcaa
nooks. Salem Fence and Stove Works.
vnemekeia street. K. tx Fleming.
Reliable Oas Rane
Rnrnlnsr RfaTITftAO 1 M.b.a 1
-------aw wafB,aj . uiunco iuroa4l
cooking equipment. for particulars.
;' pacific "rockg as ca ;
48S ' Paclf le Bide 1 Ported.
n. H. MOSHER Tailor for men and
romen. 4T4 Court Pt. - . -
CA PIT AT. Ottwa n. mmm
StatJ 8t TeL 333. DutribuUng, for
warding and storage our specialty. Get
our rates.-'', :
FOR tnMII a. Aimtmrt N.mfM
aee. Mil SI 1 1 T a Tramfu fit
Trwka to' Portland dally.
2 m ralnnte washer service 2841 No.
CapttoL CaU 1732. Ralph Cochran.
-I WASHING machine' repairing, aa
makes, TeL 2215. : .
N. Btgtt . . TeL KS.
.JOSEPH BARBES RXALTT CO.
! Grey Bldg. 5 r - - TL 15t
ss j W TT .M ;
tSI.NBigh St. -.- r Tet 24t
HOME R D. FOSTER RKAI.TT CO.
3704, State Sc - TeL 343.
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131 SL Uberty Et. TeL ill.
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S04-I First Nat Bk. Bldg. - Tel. f 19.
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