Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, June 12, 1914, Page PAGE SIX, Image 6

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Cruiser Appoars In Waldorf Hotel Tog
ged Out lii a Dress Suit, and
"Shapes Out Like an Earl."
WILL HAVE HI3 PICTURE
" TAKEN TO SEND BACK HOME
Ritchie Says That Everybody Roasts
Him for the Way He Fought
White No Damage Done.
By Hal Sheridan.
Now York, June 12. Gtuibout Smith,
kIki is mn tidied to box Georges Cnrpea-
tier in London Mimn, appeared recently
lit tln Waldorf hotel in London in a;
dress unit. Dick Burgo, promoter, gnvo
tlii gunner a reception in t ho bull
room.
"You 'He guys may not believe it,"
tilt gunboat told his sparring partners
afterward, "but Burgo told 1110 I shnp
ed up like a juke or i-uri or Homo of
them other high flying (rink. 1 hired :
11 dross Hilit especially for the occasion,
mid say, it fit me exactly like hen fruit
fits it Hindi. Aftfr Cie ri'i'i'ition 1 1
liud me picture took in tlieni rugs mid
I'll gonna c nil 'em back to the states
no my pals can see that I've broken
into society."
According to Willie Ritchie, till the!
damage done him by Charlie White-iu
the .Milwaukee imttcli cume from n
"butt" delivered by White with the
top' of his said, sit id "butt" skinning
Ritchie's nose and closing his eyes.
" Lverybody, " Hitid Willie, "roasted
me nt'ter that bout. I was the gout."
Hub Hdgren says Ritchie's statement
hIioiiIiI be taken with a grain of suit.
"If Kitchie was the goat, how did it
happen that White did the hutting?"
he observes.
Promoter Tom Andrews of Milwau
kee hns decided not to run shows dur
ing June, July or August, lie figures
Hint the fans don't cure about watch
ing bouts during the hot weather. An
drews will resume his shows the first
week in .September.
Knockout George, Brown, the Chicago
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No Cobwebs
on Our Doors
" Too much business for that. Too many r ushing
in to snap up the dollars we are giving away with
every purchase in our
Big Mid-Season CLEAN-UP SALE
Dollars of value, dollars of style, dollars of com
fort, dollars of wear.
PRICES TELESCOPED
And, remember that while you are getting your
choice of our fine stock of Men's Clothing and Fur
nishings at clearance prices, you are getting TOG
GERY QUALITY.
Your money back with a smile, if we can't satisfy
you.
The TOGGERY
The Men's Favorite Shop
PECK'S
Au.V6 T1?IEfD
NEWS
middleweight, has been matched to box
.luck I)illin ten rounds nt Terre 1 1 1111 to,
July 4.
WHITE ACCEPTS OFFER.
San Francisco, June 12. Acceptance
of ('rounder Coffroth's offer to box 20
rounds here next month with Joe Azo
vedo of Sacramento wan received here
today from Charlie White, the Chicago
lightweight. White also announced his
willingness to box Willie Kitchie here
in September. The champion promised
Coffroth to give liim the first chnnce
for his services in the event of beating
Freddie Welsh.
White's acceptance came through his
iiiiiiingor, Nate Lewis, ami read:
"White accepts terms for Azevedo
match. Asks you name any date next
month but wants to know just when, so
can arrange his theatrical dates. Will
be in San Fraucisco two weeks before
match. Also accept Kitchie match for
September. ' '
t offroth also received word that Hid
Murray would leave for San Francisco
today to 1 reparo for his July 4 match
with George Chip.
: Baseball :
Pacific Coast League Standings
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Venice
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I'ortlaud 27
Sucrlimento 2tt
Oakland 2H
Yesterday ' Results.
At Portland Oakland ill.
Portland
At San Francisco Los Angeles 2,
Knn Francisco 1.
At Venice Sue rn 111 en to 7, Venice 1.
Northwestorn League Standings.
W. L. J'C
Vancouver !IS IS
,07.
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..'175
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Seattl .1!
Spokane .'12
Tacoma 2.1
Portland 21
Victoria IN
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Yesteray's Results.
At Victoria Victoria .'I, Portland 2.
At Vancouver Vancouver 5, Tacoma
4.
At Seattle Spokane 3, Seattle 1.
Employes who are alart,
energetic and live wires are all
readers of the Want Ad.
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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. WREOON, FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 1914.
COUSIN
MO IT WOOWKT
-Ho A?E Too.
KEEN RIVALRY IS SHOWN
Purses Hung Up Looks Good to Fast
I Racers From East Meet Will Be
Good.
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I Watt Shipp and ('lies Frazior, who
returned last night from i'ortlaud,
where they made a round of the motor
cycle houses, report that the keenest
rivalry is evident among the various
companies for the purses hung up for
ilui two days' racing program during
the cherry fair. The Decoration day
racing program put the riders on their
mettle for the cherry fair races, and
each of the houses is bringing out their
best riders to try to bring home the
prizes for the machines they represent.
Curl Rose, manager of the Excelsior
selling force, and a professional rider,
promises to enter Don Johns, an east-
: ern rider, who bus a wonderful reputa
tion for speed, uud the Flying Merkle
company will enter one dark horse bc-
sido the three regubir riders entered in
the I'ortlaud meet.
l)n account of the Seattle races, the
crack riders will bo entered in the Sa
lem races, as this local meet will only
necesnitnte their coming to the coast
a few days earlier, and it will result in
an arrny of speed marvels nt the fair
grounds track during the cherry fair
that it would bo impossible for Salem
to procure without the co-operatiou of
the larger cities.
The riders will come to Salem four
days before the meet to try out the
track and become aecustomcd to its
curves.
CONTEST WAS SLOW.
New York, Juno 12. Billy Murray's
superiority over Al McCoy was un
questioned today by New York fans
after McCoy's miserable showing here
last night in a ten round bout. It was
one of the slowest contests seen here iu
mouths, McCoy refusing to come out of
his shell and fight.
McCoy was on the defensive from
the third round to the finish, and his
miserable -performance brought hisses
and booes from the packed house. Tho
only real action was iu the eighth round
when both men slugged for a short
spell, Murray having the better of the
milling. In the last round the Cnli
forniau's right eyo was closed by
bumping into an upper cut at close
range.
Murray was will.ng and tried to make
a fight of it, out McCoy refused to open
up.
WILLIE HOPPE IS FAVORITE.
San Fianncisco, June 12. Both Wil-i
I lie lloppe of San Francisco and Sally j
! Salvador of Sacramento were reported'
fit and ready today for their scheduled'
four round bout here tonight, lloppe
, has just returned from a long rest, and,
he was made a 2 to 1 favorite in the;
betting.
Other bouts schedule! are:
Otto Berg vs. Soldier Nelson.
! Frankio tinge vs. Herb Biodie.
Willie Meehan vs. Sailor Jack Corral!,
Frankie Jones vs. Willie Kobinsou.
Three other bouts complete the card
VANITIE AND RESOLUTE IN (
FINAL RACE TODAY i
New York, June 13. The Vanitie and
Resolute were scheduled to engaage to
day in their final race of the present
series to select a defender of thei
American cup. Tho Defiance, accord-1
ing to the regatta committee's an-
noiineement, will not participate in to-'
day 's race.
Tomorrow the Resolute and Vanitie i
will begin altering their sail spread.!
The second series will start June 23
off Greenwich.
BOUT HANGING FIRE.
San Diego, Cal., June 12. Red Wat.
son, local lightweight, and Ieach Cross
have been offered a 20 round match
here for July 4 in connection with the
celebration to be held in San Diego.
The bout is still hanging fire. If it is
! not concluded, it is probable that Jess
I Willard and Tom McMahon will bo the
attraction.
COMMISSION FLAN IS SUCCESS.
Washington, June 12. Of 195 Amer
ican cities with populations exceeding
30,000, there are f! which have adopt
ed the commission form of government,
it was indicnted today in statistics
made public by the census bureau.
Out of these 08, it was also shown,
01 operated during 1913 at a per capita
cost lower than the average for the
entire 195.
Cities which adopted the commission
plan later than February, 1913, were
not represented in the bureau's figures.
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MV Youta
READY FOR BIG RELAY
Line-up of Salem Team Has
Changed Portland Officials
Runners Arrive Today.
Been
and
With everything in readiness for the;.- Lloyd Shisler, of Harrisburg, famous
Salem to I'ortlaud relay race, the run-; 'varsity basketball star and sensatiou
ners ore today impatiently waiting the al twirler for the season just closed,
starter's pistol that will send them off wus selected by tho "W" men of the
tomorrow morning on their laps, and ! team to captain the baseball squad at
speculation is rife as to the winner of j Willamette university next year. Shis
tho big event. The line-up of the Sa-! ,Pr wi" 1)6 junior iiext year. He has
lem team has again been changed, but !,1'en a "'cmb of '' baseball team
t .. .,, ,. 1 1 1th0 l,nst ,wo seasons, closing this year
tomorrow they will line up in the fob bv ,,iu.hi a one.hit againsPa.
lowing order: fo. 1, Lafky ; 2, Paine; ! oific university
3, Hoggins; 4, Kiutus Jim; 5, Spence; j , 01le of' thc t ,
H, Joe M.nton; , nrnl; 8, Dutton; 1 in his cIas9 ,Bd f , .
, Tallman; 10 Ab Minton. Opposed ( ete. iu the university. He was for-
to thPtia imin Will l,t tint 1'iirf mt.l ,in- , .. "o
to these men will be the .Portland run
ners in the following order: .No. 1,
Orier; 2, Moss; 3, I'nyton; 4, Grant;
5, Schnwbuuer; li, Guuther; 7, Fleming;
X, McDonald; 9, Quinn or Prethnl; 10,
Vanilerlip, Fox orBigclow.
All of the Sueni runners are in town
today with the exception of Paine, who
s attending the University of Oregon,
but who will report this evening. Paiue
has been training under Bill llayward
and is in good shape for a good long
race. -Tho Portland runners and of
ficials will arrive 111 Salem this even-
ing after leaving the other members
of the team along the route at the be-
ginning of their various laps. Lafky
and Grier will lead off down Comnier-
cinl street to State tomorrow morning '
for the first lap, which will end near
Chemnwa. TheJ laps average a little '
over five miles,, with the exception of
No. 9, which will bo covered by Tall-;
man, which is an even 4 miles. Spence!
has thc longest lap of the entiro dis-j
tiinee, 5.S, but is in fair condition, and .
Physical Director Gingrich believes will !
negotiate the longer distance in fair j
time. '
late Yesterday
At Berlin. Grand Duke Adolph
Frederick of Meckleiiburg-Strelitz died.
At Washington. Tho house sanction
ed n $200,0110 appropriation to kill Cal
ifornia ruts and squirrels, possible bu
bonic plague breeders.
At Halifax, N. S. Tho government
steamship Montmngny wns reported 1
missing and it was feared it was lost j
with all on board.
At Rugby Grange, Henderson Coun
ty, N. C. Vice-President Overton W.
Price of the National Conservation as
sociation shot himself dead.
At Baltimore. The Rev. Dr. R. P.
Kerr, Presbyterian, refused nt the last j T. ported ' iy
moment to mnrry F. B Gnswold and tho Mt o( MMr(.aJi ,,,
Mrs. Ahce Gerry Stewart because Mrs. j Y j Imlia whi has behim,
Stewart was divorced, but the Rev V. ,lim the ..Notionalist troops. Mean
. Price, another Presbyterian, tied the while 0enerni Tl,loZi in C0,m,llaU(l of
ot" the federal troops at Guaymas, is said
At San FrnncTsco. An unidentified "
robber held up Daniel McCarthy's sa- j
loon, quite needlessly shooting and
probably fatally w"inding McCarthy.
At Snn Francisco. Lee Sing Chung,
a Chinese student shot by two other
Chinese Tuesday night, presumably by
mistake, died of his wounds.
At Los Angeles, Cal. Tho University
of Southern California granted 430 de
grees at its annual commencement.
At Los Angeles. Mrs. Mario Brown
Levy, "Jonquil Girl," who figured
prominently in the Bixby trial, was
married to Lance F. Van Houten.
At Los Angeles, Cnl Mrs. Adele
Bryant, former New York art critic,
lost her suit for divorce from Solomon
Bryant, a rancher, who, she alleged,
ate with his knife and was a "stranger
to the bat tub."
San Francisco. Madeline Bram, 17,
who, in a fit of restlessness, ran away
from home in Los Angeles June 1, was
found in a good home found for her in
San Francisco by the Rockhumt Center,
to which, friendless and nearly penni
less, she had appealed for aid.
QUAa.HR CITY SWELTERS.
rhilade'phia, June 12. Philadelphia
was still sweltering today. At 10:30
a. m. the moisture record was 67 and
the temperature 88. There were many
prostrations, especially in the 'Slums.
The weather bureau predicted local
thunderstorms, which it was hoped
would cool the air. It was also still in
tensely hot iu Pittsburg.
- - - By Gross
Wid r& IT, fcAL. .
ITHE tfuARrte (CVCrC,
SHISLER CHOSEN CAPTAIN
HAS BEEN A MEMBER OF BASE-
BALL TEAM FOR TWO SEASONS, ,
OH HABWPTUAT.T. OnTT4T I
warn on tne basketball team, pitched
on the baseball team, played end on
his class football team and did the
hurdles and sprints in the interelass
track meet, winning more points than
any other representative of his class.
Shisler enmna fVn. llnv-;nK.. ...i
j he waa famoll3 ns hi 81.hooi"twirler,
an,i Kra(untt,(1 of iltl
school team,
With the wealth of material on hand
which Dr. Sweetlnnd has devoloped the
past season and the added taleut to
he found in tlm i m.,,,;.... M
Willamette is predicted to have
a big year in baHe,m , t
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BRADY REFUSES DETAILS.
Springfield, 111., June 12. State
Auditor Brady refused today to go into
details regarding tho closing of tho La
Salle Street Trust and Savings Bank
and two smaller banks in Chicago,
"All I have to sav," Brady stated,
"is that I authorized Bank Examiner
Harkin to tako such action if, in his
opinion, conditions warranted it."
Bradv's chief clerk sniil tlio oTomJno.
tion of thc Lorimer institution began
a weoK ago.
State Auditor Bradv ordered the hank
closed. Examiner Harkin at the same
time closed the Illinois Stato Bank and
the Broadway State Bank, smaller in
stitutions affiliated with the LaSalle
Street Bank.
" It was directed to examino the
hanks and found their condition such
that I thought it would not be safe for
them to open this morning," Harkin
said.
Former Senator Lorimer is president
of tho LaSalle Street institution. Har
kin raid the deposits of the three banks
totaled $4,048,000,
DISSENTION CAUSES STRIFE.
Xogales, Ariz., June 12. Dissentiou
among the constitutionalist, leaders in
Sonora has created a situation that may
result in open strife, according to Amer
ican refugees who arrived here today.
At outs with Civil Governor May
torena, Colonel Calles, military chief of
CoTOwT
op ft.ccnfToc
4' O
to be keeping a wary eye on the situa
tion. Calles is said to be concentrating al
lavailable troops at llermosillo, tho;
capital. Outside the city and in the
surrounding country hundreds of yaquis
have gathered. The trouble is said
to have originated in rival claims of'
authority between the civil and mili-,
tary governments. I
JAP NAVAL SCANDAL TRIAL
CONTINUES AT TOKIO
Tokio, Juno 12. Andrew M. Poolcy,
former correspondent here for Reuters,
the English news agency, on trial
charged with extortion, admitted on
tho witness stand today that he received
$23,000 from representatives of the
Siemens and A'ickers for documents in
dicating that the firms had bribed
Japanese naval officers to give them
government contracts.
Tho witness added that Managing
Director Gondo and Foreign Editor
Fyeda of the Nippon Dempo Tsushin
Sha, a Japanese agency, learned of the
transaction, so he gave them $5,000.
Gondo and I'yeda are also on trial.
N. P. STOCKHOLDERS MEET.
New York, June 11. A Northern Pa
cific stockholders meeting was sched
uled to be held here today tor the pur
poso of obtaining their consent to an
additional mortgage on the property.
The amount and terms of tho mortgage
will be determined by tho directors
after the authorization by tho stockholders.
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1 lie use of Sage and Sulphur for re
storing faded, gray hair to its natural
color dates back to grandmother's time.
She used it to keep her hair beautifully
dark, glossy and abundant. Whenever
her hair fell out or took on that dull,
faded or streaked appearance, this sim
ple mixture was applied with wonderful
effect.
But brewing at home is mussy and
out-of-date. Nowadays, by asking at
any drug store for a 50 cent bottle of
" Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Hair Rem
edy", you win get this famous old
recipe which can be depended upon to
restore natural color and beauty to the
hair and is splendid for dandruff, dry,
feverish, itchy scalp and falling hair.
A well -known downtown druggist
says it darkens the hair so naturally
and evenly that nobody can tell it has.
been applied. You simply dampen a
sponge or soft brush with it and draw
this through your hair, taking one
strand at a time. By morning the gray
hair disappears, and after another ap
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