Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, April 23, 1913, Page PAGE SIX, Image 6

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DAILY CACTTAlT, JOPIIWA 'flAs OREOoW', WiaKEaAT, 'ATilL 23, 1913.
' National League. '
R. H. E.
Philadelphia 2 7 3
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New York '. 2 11 4
l Batteries Seaton and , Doping ; Tes
reau, Wiltse and Wilson.;. '
" "': R. H. E.
EAST
New York
Boston
Albany
Rochester
Syracuse
Poughkeepsie
Worcester
Utica
Buffalo
Niagara Falls
Montreal .
Quebec
White Mountains
CatskfflMonnt'ins
Saratoga .
Pittsburgh
Toledo
Cleveland
Columbus
Dayton
Springfield
Indianapolis
St Louis
Chicago
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The New Grand Central Terminal
New York City
THE FOUR GREAT SIGHTS
OF THE EAST
New York, the Worlds' Metropolis
Boston, the Hub of the Universe
The Famous 20th Century Limited
The New Grand Central Terminal
Besides you reach many of the other
great cities of the East and traverse a "
most interesting section of the country
when you travel via
NewYoMntral Lines
Lakt Star RaOv-Th WaUtr-Ltod Routt"
Ticket agents will route you over the i,
New York Central Lines upon request -)
Special information will be cheerfully a
given in person or Dy man.
Apply to yoor local agent for tickets and
ateepirw car reservations, or for complete
information call oo or address our
Portland Office, 109 Third Street
W. C. 8cachraa. General Atfeot. Paaawnser Dept.
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ONE INNING FATAL
Ten Runs Scored by Chemawa
When Braves Get Next to
Lund' Curves.
YOUNG GREAT TWIRLER
Takes Land's Placs and Holds Indians
During Bast of Game In Wonder
ful Exhibition.
Willamette was again defoatoil by
Chemawa in the second practice game
plnyod between the University and the
Indians on Willamette field yesterday.
Brazier Small was to take the box
for the University, but asked to bo ex
cused on account of the track meet
with Chemawa Thursday, in which ho
Is planning to enter a largo number of
events.
Drake, the head twirlor, who is be
ing saved for the Oregon game Friday,
could not be. put in, so Oscar Lund, one
o? the sub twirlori, who is a vory good
pitcher, when in shape, but who bad
not worked out in the box any this
canon, was called on to tnko the
mound.
Everything wont well for tho first
two innings, no one so much as getting
a hit, but in tho third a general bal
loon ascension oeurrod, Every one
seemed to have taken tho aeroplane
routs and the laws of gravitation could
bo fully demonstrated. Nino hits and
10 runs wero registered against tho 'var
sity boys.
Young dots on Slab.
Young, who had' pitched with such
success the lny before, again took
the mound, and pitched wonderful ball
fnr the last fivo innings, considering
tho hard gamo he had thrown tho day
before.
Chemawa added another tally in tho
lost of tho eighth, Downio making it to
second when Shisler dropped a high
fly, advancing to third on Adam's
binglo and coming home on a singlo
by Saundors.
Willamette acquired hor only score
in the ninth, when tho pitcher muffed
a linor, Lund making it to first, ad
vancing to second on McRao's single,
and registering at the plato on a two
baggor by Drako,
Lund also distinguished himself in
tho garden by twice crawling tho high
bank in right field and catching two
flys.
Smith, eoach of the Chomawa team,
again umpired the game. Score:
Willamette.
AB R II TO K A
IToman, 2b, lb 4 0 2 10 2 1
Lund, p, rf i 112 2 0
McRao, 3b 4 0 2 2 1 0
Steolhammer, e 2 0 12 10
Drake, cf 4 0 1 2 p 0
Oatos, If, 2b 4 0 0 0 2 0
Hamilton, lb, e 4 0 13 12
Booth, ss 3 0 0 2 2 1
Shinier, If 1 0 0 10 1
Howard, rf 2 0 0 0 0 1 0
Young, p 1 0 0 0 0 1 0
Willamette Putting Final Touches on
for Contest With Chemawa Tomorrow.
Willamotto track men aro working
hard preparatory to meeting Chemawa
in a practice meet to bo hold on Wil
lamotto field Thursday afternoon.
1 Captain Mclnturff says that ho will
try-out all the matorial ho has, in order
to ascertain just what events will noed
special attention in preparing for the
O. A. C. contest and other big meots to
follow.
Among the mon who will entor
Thursday's moot are: Wright, Fran
cis, McClellan, Pfaff; 50-yard dash,
Mclnturff, Small; 10-yard dash, Mclu
turff, Small; 220-yard dash, Mclnturff,
Small; low hurdles, Mills, Francis; high
hurdles, Mills, Francis; quarter milo,
Mclnturff, Young; half milo, Young,
Corpe, Rico; milo, Young, Corpe, Rice,
Marsh; high jumps, Mills, Doan, Luce;
pole vault, Docen, Luce.
PAST FIFTY? YOU
HEED "CASCARETS"
WHAT GLASSES ARE TO WEAK
KVKS, CASCARETS ARE TO WEAK
BOWELS A 10.CENT BOX WILL
TRULY AMAZE YOU.
Most old people must give to the
bowels some regular help, else they
suffer from constipation. The condi
tion la perfectly natural. It Is Just as
natural as It Is for old people to walk
slowly. For age Is novor so active as
youth. The muscles are loss elastic.
And Uie bowols are muscles.
So all old people need Cascnrots.
Ono might as woll rofuBO to aid weak
eyea with glasses as to neglect this
gentle aid to weak bowels. This is
Important at all ages, but never so
inmch as at fifty.
Age Is not a time for harsh physics.
'Youth may occasionally whip the
bowels Into activity. But a lash can't
be used every day. What the bowels
of the old need Is a gentle and nat
ural tonic. One that can be constant
ly used without harm. The only such
tonlo la CasoareU and they oost onlj
10 cents per box at any drug store.
They work while you sleep.
Total X 1 0 21 12 0
Chemawa.
AB R 11 PO 12 A
Lane, e r 1 1 (1 0 0
Wilcox, 3b !i 1 2 3 0 0
Dunbar, m 5 2 2 (i 0 0
Downie, 2b 5 112 10
Adamsr R., rf 3 1 2 2 0 0
Walker, lb 5 1 2 5 0 1
Saunders, cf 5 1 2 0 0 0
Adams, J., p 15 110 8 1
Lnehancc, If 4 114 10
Total 44 11 14 27 10 2
Summary.
F.amed runs, Ohomowa 2. Three-
base hits, Dunbar 1, Wilcox 1. First on
balls, off Lund 3, off Young 0, Left
on bases, Chemawa 20, Willamotto 6.
Flint base on errors, Willamette 1,
Chomawa 4. Two-base hits, Lund,
Drako, R. Adams, Saunders, Struck
out, by Lund 1, by Adams fl. Umpire,
8011111.'
JOLTS
Fsciflo Coast Lssgus,
W L rc
Los Angeles .... 12 6 .(W
Oakland 11 1 .(111
Veulco 10 11 '.470
San Franelseo n 12 ,4'J9
Portland 7 10 .412
Sacramento 7 10 .412
Yesterday's Result.
At Portland rortland, S; Sacramen
to, 2.
At San Frsncisco San Francisco, 4;
Los Angeles, 3.
, At Los Angeles Venice, 2; Oakland,
1.
Chicago .... n o
Cincinnati 5 13 1
Batteries Lpifield, Humphries, Che
ney and Archer;, Fromino, Fackard, Mc
Intyrc; Hartley arid Clark. ,
- ' R. H.E.
Pittsburg . 1 2 1
St. Louis 0 5 1
Batterios C'amnitz and Simon; Per
ritt and Wingo.
R. II. E
Brooklyn 8 14 0
Boston 3 8 1
Batteries Curtis and Irwin; Perdue,
Gerkais and Raridon, Whalen.
American League.
R. H. B.
St. Louis ... 4 ;) 2
Cleveland 2 S 4
Batteries Hamilton and Aloxaudor
Agnew; Steen and Laud.
B. II. E.
Detroit 2 S 0
Chicago 3 8 2
Batteries House, Clause and Mc
Kee; Scott and Estorly.
R. H. E.
New York 4 10 0
Philadelphia 7 12 0
Batteries McCounoll, Schnlz and
Williams; Brown and Lapp.
R. H. E.
Boston s lo
Washington 3 11 2
Batteries Leonard and C'arrigan;
Groom, Gallia, Boshling and Ainsmith
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
By local applications, as they cannot
roach tho diseased portion of tho ear.
Thero is only ono way to euro deafnoB9,
and that is by constitutional remedies.
Deafness is caused by an inflamed con
dition of the mucous lining of the
Eustachian Tube. When this tube is
inflamed you have a rumbling sound
or imperfect hearing, and when it is
entirely closed, doafnesB is the result,
and unless the inflammation can bo
taken out and this tube restored to its
normal condition, hearing will be de
stroyed forever; nine cases out of ton
are caused by Catarrh, which is noth
ing but an inflamed condition of the
mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of DoafneBS (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall 's
Catarrh Curo. Send for circulars, free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO.,
Toledo, Ohio.
.Sold by druggists, 7ac.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
Heed the Cough that Hangs On.
The soods of consumption may be in
lurk, and a cough that hangs on weak
ens your system, and lowers your vital
resistance to disease. Take Foley's
Honey and Tar Compound. It stops the
cough, heals the inflamed membranes
and strengthens the lungs. E. D. Roun
tree, Stillmore, Ga., says: "La Grippe
left me with a deep-seated cough from
which I could get no relief until I took
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound It
completely cured me." Refuse substi
tutes. Dr. Stone's drug store.
Karl King, formerly of Salem, is hav
ing great success at La Grande as man
ager of tho basoball team thorn. Ho is
catcher on tho team and keeps close tab
on the bunch.
Over a dozen sportsmen met st the
Hoard of Trade rooms last evening to
organize a gun club, and a temporary
organization was effected by the elec
tion of Mark Slddoll as president, and
J. O. lligham as secretary. F. J. Holo
hun, of Portland, outlined what had
boon accomplished elsewhere, and a
membership committee consisting of
Lloyd Hauser, Henry Veatch, J. E.
Crowo, J. G. Bigham and A. 8. Hussey
was named, Another mooting will be
held tonight in the samo place to per
fect organization.
Bud Anderson gives it out that hs
will bo champion lightweight of the
world within six months. It may be so,
Bud.
Harry Wolverton, leader of the Sac
ramento team, is laying off for three
das as a result of an argument with
an umpire The order of suspension
camo from President Baura.
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The Billing , Mont, Athletic Club has
offered a purse of $10,000 for a match
between Willie Ritchie, lightweight
champion, and Joe Rivers, the match
to take place Memorial Day.
Borne men look for trouble la order
that they may be prepared to dodg.
"FIRST AID TO THE
PERPLEXED."
Tho "first aid to .the per
plexed" in tho administration
of the household should be tho
advertising columns of THE
CAPITAL JOURNAL.
You wore looking at the table
cloth today and that brought up
the question of table linens.
This ought to bo a good time
to buy tnblecoths and napkins.
Watch the announcements of
tho reliable stores that' adver
tise in TIIK CAPITAL JOUR
NAL. And, speaking about talilo lin
ens, weren't you thinking of a
now rug for tho dining room,
new curtains, another couch
coverf
Perhaps something was said
about replenishing tho cut glass
supply or a new china cabinet
or a buffet.
And what about a new refrig
erator this season! A fine up-to-date
sanitary refrigerator is
not in tho, luxury class any more;
it is a necessity.
Take your housekeeping prob
lems to tho advertising columns
of THE CAPITAL JOURNAL.
It is the business of the stores
represented there to help you.
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HPHE table beer of America
a mild home-beverage that you can serve with
jL confidence because your home-quality standards are
maintained in the making.
udweiser
Made in a Gigantic Plant
B
6,000 people are employed In the main
plant of Anheuser-Busch '1,500 more in
branches.
There ore 110 separate buildings, cover
ing 142 acres more than 70 city blocks.
The plant Is a model of order, efficiency,
cleanliness and thrift.
To go through Budweiser's home, as
hundreds do daily, is the best way to realize
Budweiser's quality.
Anheuser-Busch, St. Louis
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s Tlie Largest Plant of Its Kind J . SL Some of the Principal H
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j 'Jp Distributors PORTLAND, ORE.
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This is to certify that all druggists
are authorized to refund your money if
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound fails
to cure your cough or cold. John Ber
net, Tell, Wis., states "I have used
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound as a
family medicine for five yrvs, and it
has always given the best of satisfac
tion and produced good results. It will
always cuts a cough or cold. For chil
dren it is an lndispensible on account
of its pleasant taste and its freedom
from opiates.' Refuse substitutes. Br.
Stone's drug store.
Why Hs Was Late.
"What made you so late!"
"I met Smithson."
"'Well, that is no reason why you
should be an hour late getting home to
supper. " '
"I know, but I ssked him how he was
feeling, and he insisted on telling me
about his stomach trouble."
"Did you tell him to take Chamber
lain's Tablets!"
"Sure, that is what he needs." Sold
by all dealers.
Any old eicuse will do for many ts
oppose the proposed charter.
In going after the women's votes,
some candidates are likely to be awak
I ened.
Piles Cured In 6 to 11 Days.
Your druggist" will refund money it
PAZO, OINTMENT falls to cure any
case of Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Pro
truding Piles in 6 to 14 days. 50c
Young man, there is a great and in
creasing demand for "the right man."
A Good Message.
Meritol Digestive Tonic has proven a
good message to others, why not to youf
It acts upon the stomach, strengthens
the digestive organs, creates a healthy
appetite, and makes rich, red blood.
Imparts new life and strength to the
entire body. Capital drug store.
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Situated where the ocean, mountain and forest come together, where a cape extendi in
to the ocean over a mile, with
Boulevards Water System Postoffice
Street Electric Light General Stores
Sidewalks Telephone Daily Mail
Auto aervice to and from Newport, turf bathing, excellent beach, protected from North
west winds, boarding bouse and a 62-room modern hotel, all to be found at the Cape.
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