Rogue River courier. (Grants Pass, Or.) 19??-1918, September 24, 1916, DAILY EDITION, Page PAGE TWO, Image 2

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HALT RETREAT
ROUMANIANS
Berlin, Sept !S. The Roumanians
Jaave baited tbelr retreat in the Do
bradja and are attacking the German-
Bulgar line, it was officially announc
ed this afternoon. Roumanian at
tacks southwest of the Topraiser and
along the Danube were repulsed.
Severe fighting Is going on in
Transylvania, where the Teutonic
forces have captured Vulkan pass on
the northwestern frontier of Ron
mania. The Roumanians attacked on
both sides of Hermannstadt, but were
repulsed with heavy losses.
. Near Szt Janoshigyour Teutonic ad
vanced posts were withdrawn.
In Macedonia the allies have evac
uated territory south of Belaslea
Planina as far as Krusabalgan.
Allied attacks on the So crime front
yesieruay were unsuccessiui. toe
French attacked on the Rancourt
Combles line, and the British at-
BROOKLYN
AD
PHILADELPHIA
FIGHT FOR NATIONAL LEAGUE HONOR
By R. C. Hamilton. against the Chicago Cubs, a learn
New York. Sept. JJ.There Unlch Is not expected to make it
every indication today that the next rU- lnteresUng for the leaders
world's serie, will be played in the m T,ew of ,be w h Red
east. Just as they have been since packed the Braves, it must be conced-
the days of the old Chicago Cubs and ed they are due to at least make it;
the one time champion Detroit Interesting for the second-place team.
Tigers. i In the American, Detroit will clash
The National league pennant ap-, today with the Senators, Red Sox
pears to rest now between two clubs, with the Indians.
Brooklyn and Philadelphia, while in. Trls Speaker still holds his lead
the American league the Red Sox still Q the American league race tor bat
maintain their margin. tlng honors. The Cleveland outtleld-
A sudden reversal of form, sus-jer Is clouting today a .386 clip, and
tatned while Matty's Reds were visit- Cobb, his nearest rival. Is stationed
Ins Beantown. has placed the Braves 'at .359. Joe Jackson bss a mark
so far down in the list that nothing ' of .344. Eddie Collins, after almost
short of an epidemic of infantile par-! a full season of poor bitting, now ts
alysis or broken legs in the Dodger hammering the ball for an average
and Philly teams will put the Braves ot .313.
in the lead. Cobb still holds the lesd In runs
The Stalllngs bunch now la five scored with 103 to his credit,
and half games behind the pace-i Cullop of the Yankees maintains
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. IN ANOTHER RAID
tempted an advance near Courcelette.
Eleven enemy aeroplanes were shot setting Dodgers and three games be- his place at the head of the American
dnvn hind Philadelphia, a margin which it league pitchers. He has won 13 and
The fighting in the Carpathians is Is impossible to overcome In the re- lost four games. Roland, Detroit
slackening. Russian attacks near mainlng 16 games tne Braves ran second, wun nine won ana inre io.h, ,
Korytnica failed. iPl7- n(1 Covaleaki. Detroit, is third with;
' j Gradually the Red Sox are pound- 23 victories and nine defeats. Walter ;
jing their way to the American league Johnson has won 35 and lost 18.
pennant They did not gain on Chi- Hal Chase of Cincinnati still has
cago and Detroit in their game yes- the National league batting honors,
terday. for the two runners-up also his latest mark showing an average
won. But they brought their srhe- of .333. Zack Wheat of Brooklyn is
dule one game nearer completion, and 'his nearest rival with .322. Roger
if they win seven more games of Hornsby, St. Iouts. is a close third,
their remaining ten, it will be lmpos-1 with .318.
sible for Chicago to overtake them. ; George Burns of the Giants ts the
The Braves, besides being forced j best run-getter in the National, hav
to watch Cincinnati knock the props ing scored 92 times. Benny Kauff's
from under their pennant hopes, now i recent turn to batting form is a
are seriously threatened by the Giants feature of the latest averages. The
who won their seventeenth straight ' former Federal league star batter,
game, and are bidding strong for !a now batting at a .283 clip and go
third place. jlng strong. Hans Wagner has fallen
The Giants now stand three games jout of the .300 circle, and Is batting
and one point behind the Braves and now .296.
have sixteen games left on their Hughes of Boston holds the Na-
schedule. If they can keep up their tlonal league leadership for pitchers,
wonderful work, they will pass the having won 14 and lost three games.
Boston team, for they still have a Schupp, New York, Is second with
London, Sept. 33. For the third
time within a fortnight, British avia
tors made a raid this morning on the
German aerodrome at St. Denis-West-rem
in Belgium. An official state
ment from the admiralty indicated
that the raid was he most effective
yet made. Considerable damage was
done and there were heavy German
casualties, the admiralty stated, in
describing the operation as "highly
satisfactory .'
Before raiding St. Denis-Westrem,
the aerodromes at Ghlstelles and
Randzaemi were heavily bombarded.
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FURNITURE
at Right Prices
Manuel & Heston
304 South 6th
Term Strictly Cash
But seo what cash
will do here
PEOPLE'S MEAT
MARKET
400 South 6th St.
DK.F.H. INGRAM
Chiropractor
The science of
Common Sense,
which is very un
common. Office Hours
10-12 and 2-5
GRANTS PASS
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series with the Braves. The Baves eight victories and two defeats, and
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also must meet Philadelphia,
last series of the season.
The Dodgers hold a two and half
game lead over the Phillies since
their parting wallop at the Cardinals ors, each having appeared
yesterday and they fcegln today; games.
their the great Grover Alexander Is third
with 29 games won and nine lost. The
Philadelphia star and Al Mamaux of
Pittsburg are tied for iron-man hon-
In 42
BUFFALO BILL
ORIGINAL
MIDWEST
INDIANS-COWBOYS
OEADVOOD STAGE
WILLARD
SCOTS AS FIGHTERS.
Thsy Wen Fama In Former Day Un
der Many Different Flags.
It would be difficult to And an army
In Europe which did not contain de
scendants of the Scottish soldier of
fortune. In 8weden Gustavos Adol
pbus had four lleuteuant generals,
twenty-two colonels and many other
Inferior officers, all Scotsmen. In his
service. He owned that bis conquests
In Germany were due to the valor of
these gallant soldiers.
In Muscovy tbe Rruces. tbe Gordon
snd the Douglases were famous.
Even In Germany the ubiquitous Scot
wss to be found, and a General Ogllvy.
whose grandfather was a Scotsman,
was at one time Geld marshal of tbe
empire.
It was In France, however, that the
Scot was rated most highly, and the
old saying ran, "Flriele com me un Ex
cossals." Loula had such n respect for
these soldiers that be onlnlued that
his body should be guarded night and
day by twenty-four Sotsmen This
Scots bodyguard was continued under
the reign of nine kings without Inri r
mission for 150 years
King Charles VII. raised another corn
pany of Scots, called "Oeim d'Arius
d'F.sr-oKse," consisting of 100 horses
snd 200 archers. This force had pre
cedeuce of all the French troops -London
Chronicle.
HEADS OF ODD SHAPE.
The Kllon, Lafton and Maqbon as De
scribed In the Talmud.
It is a matter familiar to every stu
dent of the Bible that tbe Hebrew
priests were required to be physically
as well as morally perfect without a
bodily defect or blemish In order to be
eligible to service In tbe temple. The
Talmud, In the tractate Bechoroth.
says a writer In tbe Medical Itecord.
enumerate! several defects which dis
qualify a priest from ministering In bis
boly office. Among tbce nre the kilon.
the lafton and the maqbon.
Tbe condition of kllon Is ascribed as
a person having a peculiarly shared
bend, wblcb la pointed st the top end
brood at tbe bottom. Tbe liiftoii was a
man with a bead shaped exactly the
opposite of the preceding. To use the
expression of tbe Talmud, he bad a
bertd very broad at tbe top and narrow
at the bottom, like n lefes I. e.. a
pumpkin.
The expression maqbon. derived from
the word hammer, refers to a hammer
shaped bead or, hm the Talmud de
serllies It. oiio with u prominent and
projecting foretiend and occiput.
Tin terse descriptions of the kllnu
head mid In f Ion head given by the
Talmud could not be Improved on li
any modern textbook In medicine.
Osman Pasha's Daring.
One of tbe most gallant generals chat
ever surrendered to tbe enemy waa
Oemau Pasbu. the Immortal defender
of Plevna. Surrounded by an Immeas
urably superior nrm.v of Bnssln. Os
man kept his flag (lying for 142 days,
inflicting a lose of 40.000 men on tbe ,
enemy and losing .10.000 of his own gar-
rlson. It was only when both pro- '
visions and ammunition failed that be
decided on thut desperate attempt to
cut bis way through the Investing
army. Tbe attempt, one of tbe most
daring and resolute In history, failed.
and Osman wai at lam compelled to
admit defeat. So Impressed, however,
were the enemy with his valor that as
be was carried wounded through tbdr
ranks they greeted blm as a conqueror I,
with cheers and presented anna
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CHAMPION WRESTLER
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Two Days In On.
Cunt hum Island, lying oQ the conM
of New Zealand, In the south Tactile
ocean, Is peculiarly situated, as it la
one of the few habitable points of tbe
globe where the 'day of tbc week
cbunges. It Is Just ou tbe line of tbe
demarcation U-tween dates. There nt
12 uoon on Sunday Sunday ceases and
Instantly Monday meridian begins.
Sunday coines Into a man's bouse on
tbe east side ntid becomes Monday by
tbe time It passes out of the western
door. A man hits down to bis uoondny
dinner un Sum':), nr.d it Is Monday
noon before be finishes It. London
Globe.
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EVERY MORNING AT TEN-THIRTY O'CLOCK
3-IMMENSE DOUBLE LENGTH RAILROAD TRAINS -3
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860 PEOPLE Savons
HIAM TAD A Champ.on Elephant Trkiner
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Painting Overhead.
Wbeu it la necessary to point a win ,
dow or any object overhead tbe pulnl f
or liquid usually runs oft tbe handle ,
of tbo brush and then over tbe work
er's hands. If you will take two pieces
of tin soldered at tbc ends, says C. II.
Thomas in tbo I'opulnr Science Month
ly and tack them on either side of the
brush below tbe bristles, you will have
a little cup which catches tbls over
flow paint Each time the brush Is
dipped into tbe point can tbe shield is
automatically emptied.
Sure.
Mrs. Smlley-Hcre we'Te been mnr
rled ten years, and my busbond still
says I'm nn hiikcI Her Friend Km
does he really mean It, my dear' Mrs
8. -I 'crimps not. Hut don't you think
I'm lucky to have a husband who pre
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Architecture.
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architecture n frozen mimic, nml l;!
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