Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, December 03, 1914, Page EIGHT, Image 8

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    ETOHT
BLFQ&E, AND AFTER,
II " ' X
BEFORE
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HELP! . c p) v', , m, 1
fe '
SPORT
'ffl l! K EBI
Experts Say With 20- Rounds
to Go Welsh Would Have
Been Knocked Out
(lly lliill Sheridan.)
New Vmli, Pec. ." 1 . I" 1 1 1 only reason
'.mint,' Shut' riio of New York i mil
lipli'tti'iclit t-lin 'iiii of tlm wmld In
IjIV is I HUSO till' New Yuik In w for
bids prize I'icllt decisions. If decisions:
wi'i'i' i i i 1 1 t Sliugine would have
nocn declared it wiiiiH-i- t Freddie.
Welsh in llii'ir trn round 1'init in M mi i-:
. loin S j 1 1 a 1 1' I i :i i ' I i'i i Insl M i u I) t .
Slmpinc wns tin' nggresnir
mititli' I i ii hi 1 - In niiii' rounds
anil was
I Ipininii
veils divided us to whether
rinniil belonged tu Welsh
t in I
ur wu
nth
mi
('Vimi nffnii. In Iho linnl sci.siun. Wi'lsli
Inmlcil iifti'iHT Init his liluws hirKcl
hli'iitn.
Knur ui'wsinii'i's ili'i lmcl thnl Shu
unic wnn li.v n liirjjii iiiiii'h'hi mill two
iillicis uiivc him n "sliuili1". Welsh con
sliintly si'i'iiieil to fiivor his rilit linnil,
enusiiiK tlm belief Unit il w.'is inoie seri
ously injured in his n lit liuiit with
I'Veil Velle thnn lie will inliuil. 'I'he
i'liiiiniiiii, Inn, iiinlouliteilly inuler e-li-inateil
Shurue's uliility.
SliiiKrue wiis nauressive thronnhoiit
the bout, li'iiriiiu in In Wi'Kh Viimly with
luitli Imihls mill fiuhtinu the ehiimpion
to the rnii'K lime litter time. The only
lliin Welsh ili'l tliriinuliunt the hunt
whs lo jnli mnl siilestep. Me rliiii'lieil
fieiiienlly lint Shuunie, ivhen luilh nrins
were fret', sent in luinisliini; short linn
jill to Welsh's fin e mill body.
Welsh loomeil up like nuytliinu but H
I'linniliiou lusi nichl mid it Hi'enu'il to
lie the consensus of opinion llinl Shu
l"iue woulil hnve sroreii il knoehuot h;il
the hunt been fur -H ruuiids iusteinl of
ten.
THE ELKS TRAVELED
AROUND THE GLOBES
Tin- I'llliK ti'iiniui'il tln (lliilii'K lnnt.
iiinlit in tlm l ily Imw lii. Iciimu' hy ,
tukiiiK two nut uf Ihice fruin tin1
tlii'iili'r uii'ii. Aiiilml, of tin' tiluln'
ti'iini, tnnli Ihc hiih k!iiiut with n moic
nf -l.'l iiiul llussi'V ol' the Klks rolli'il .
1 711 for hiuh nveraue,
The following scores were made
Elks.
1
tlussev IHI l:i2
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m
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skiff III! 1 S7 III
.l.'inich Ml l.-iH
1'ialt lot 1
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Totals .
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A iiiluil
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170
Toltils
H.-ill "Sll LMHI I 111
FEDERALS GOT TWO
OF THREE FROM CUBS
In the oinmerciul Ion 11 ontcst ut
the Club nllevs Inst iiiuhl the I'eilerals
V.011 fruin the Cobs by tiiklnu two uiiiiii'h
mil ut three. . S p ol I lie i uns
iiinde n scoro of 2X for hiuh kiiiiiii nud
aImi hvoinuoil lilo throutihont the con
test,
'i'h( scoro follows:
retlorald.
1 2 a Til. Av.
8uinUu HI' I'd Itm lilll IM
Whnrley . llU I lt lid W lot
Voho '. I Kl HI' 1ST :- IHI
I'ntnniu 1.17 171 I It 4.MI .12
Slmw 1011 111 11(1 'I'.'d M
Totnls , 7(11 701 7111 "'Mil 1 17
Cubs
1 !
it
1 ii
Inn
Hi'.1
I in
no
Til. Av.
4 L'H I III
rb'iin
W, Samp
K. Hay .
('. Mnrr .
A. Hami ,
Totals .
. 1 lt
'Jim
. nm
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... ut
mi
111
17(1
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mi
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inn
121
7 III
Mil thill IJIllJ I -Id
Thnse submarines seem to bo
fvliitf dub's Verne more than the
ilde nirshipH justil'v II. (I. Wells,
iusti
dlrlK.
;
NEWS
Mi IF CUB 11 It
Henry Berry Will Be Owner of
San Francisco Club of
Pacific Coast League
S:ui t'riimisro. Doc.
'nr tin piilclinso nf til
lull nf till' i'ticilic r
-Nognliati
Nun Franci
ist leniiue
leliiy Kerry, nf I, us All
li'S, I'rnlll
ill Ku ril' iimiI Kin nil I h
.-I i
pending tnilll.V. Till' ;
ipi T
unsigned lint tli" i' inti'i'r
'li Mill III,"
V H 1 1 ' J III' si'ni'll t
Kerry yesterday di,;pusc.l nf lii
teres! in the I. us Angeles clu
t
'riiiiniiis .1. Stephens, nf Sun Friiici.en.
Stephens iiuw hulds tin' i-nulrolling in
teresi in tin' 'itipdcs, lint Diii'innily, il
w:m ti ii nun rt I, will Ii ii vi full charg..
111' till' 'lull, Stephens' Illlsil.lW inter
ests ln'i'i' mi' piii'Ii tliii! In cumin! leave
Sum Frnncimi, iiml Dunnudy will In
iili'i'tml president of the cliih,
Dtiiinndy has utlii'i- intiTi'sts in I. us
Ani.'i'li's, hut will devote his entire in
li'i:li"ii In tin' hnsi'linll i hill.
"It's tun big ti proposition," In
Hiiiil, "In h't inn itM'If. Hn I will he in
ootistiuit olturco ti'iiiu tin' present inn
ini'iit."
Kerry lins iiniiiiiini'i'il his inli'nl inn t,
hmullo tin' Stni Francisco ii-niisit inn
iiliuii'.
"Stephens,1' In' s.ii.l, ' ' hnil Im'i'm l ij,
urine; mi "iiini: In with nil tin- pur
cheso uf tlm Snn Francis Inh, 1m:'
lifter n conference with Dm ly tlii'.v
decided In I'liinl'ini1 nml retain coiitnd
III' till' Angeles.
"I Hill. therefore-, 1 !lh liver the Isi:-
Kwiug inti'i'i'sls hero myself. If I ni'i'il
nnv ln'li, it will niiiii' from mv brother,
Cliiri'iii'o Ui'rry. The Sun I'Viinrisrii
ili'iil lins lii'i'u iiiiii'tinilly si'ttli'il, ex
ci'it fur tin' sinning nf t lie prunr ilncn
mi'iits, whiih will hi- ili'lnvi'il h.'i'iiiisi'
cf tin' fiu't thut my li'U'iil 'iilvisi'r, Dnvn
Kttinj;, cf I'Vi'sno, will lint n'n.'li hi'n
until suuio tinn toiluv."
riiink Oops to rotlornls.
(li'llysliury, I'n., Dec. ;. KJilio
I'Imik. fuinn'r stnr Hiiuthpinv of tlii'
Atlili'tlnH. inliuitli'il Ihth toilny Hint li
luul siu'u'il u l''i'ilirnt li'iiuii't ountrnrt
, to piny Willi tin' M, I .inn cluli. He re
I fiiscil. Iiuwi'vor. to iliuilj,'!' the tciins nf
1 his cuiilnirt
Av.i
Jones In Plciisod.
rorlhiiul, Ore., Dee. .'I. Mail i(!er
Kieldcr Jones, of the St. I.ouls Kedcinl
leceiie dull, wns immensely pleasisl tc
day over the sieidii( nf Kdilie I'lauli
former I'lillinlclphia Americnn IciiiMii
jstar twiner, ultli his cluti.
Av.' "I'laiik Is a credit tu nay mini's
l:ll club," said Jones, " mnl I believe he i.i
lltil tlm rrci'test left Iniiidl r in the bust
1711 iiess, "
TIOH'B TO PLAY INMAN.
San rrnnclscn, Doc, :i. - Willie II. .p
pe. Aniericu's chaiupinn liillianl play
cr, and Melbouraii Iniuuii, champion of
(hen I llilluin, will meet hero nest
week la n series of matches, They will
play in Monday, T'uonlnv nicl Wedncs
dnv I'Vcnines, the stvle nf idav nllet
entiii
between the Americnn eiimc
It.:: balk line mid the l'np,lish cninc
EIIMKPi TO COME BACK.
I. us Angeles Cnl., Dec. It.- Ilnwni I
I'll m Uf. youthful Anucl nitchcr and
erstwhile phciinuieuon, luny pilch fm
Sen (''rtimisco nc veur. Ilhinke was
sold to the Wnliiii'toii Americans last
scnsuii, but riiuioi lu.s it thnt he wiil
be turned buck lo the const I'nr fur
llier Hi'iiHuni (f. fho ncreenient lor the
oxchniipi of players thnt I'rcsldeiit
Kerry formerly of the Angeles, had
with the Washington club probnbly
will le transferred next season ulon'n
with Kerry's cli'tnee of base lo Sao
lll.l Pranclsco, llhiuko, llierefoie, will (u
to the Souls, it wns persistently re
lll.l ported here todny.
HOUR ORAI118 TOR MACK
I'lnlinl
Ipliiu, Dec. ,1.- Connie Mack,
of the Mlilotlcs, nianifcstcd
Intcreit tndiiy when told tha'
ink It ti it sluncil a Kcderal leu
uiniini!''r
let little
Kddic I'l
THE SAIEM CAPIT IL
HOW FOOTBALL FAN
SEES THE WAR GAME
(Ey P. M. Sarlc, United Pre3S Staff
CorrepondBnt.)
' I'Oiidon, Nov. 11. (lly mnil to New
Vork.) Here's how the l'uotbnll fun
I nw tile war.
In u letter from the fronl, a ironi
iiii'iit north-i-ountiy foothill! pinyer,
I now serving in the liuyil Kie'ii Artil
lery, siivs: "The i;rent niiiteli for the
iMiropenn Cup is still ht'inn plnyinl out,
i mid I ilnresny there's n nvor I nine,
j tliouj.:h vim euu not see the spe. 'tutors
I'roin the field. Thnt 's one of the
rules of the niimo when tliii niuti h is
on. In spite of nil their 'swiiiik' the
(ieru.mis haven't si-ored il n:il yet. anil
they are simplv kiekini; nl the ball i.nv
Miy in their Idiiut rae at not beiui
nble to M'oro.
I "Due team is about as fit ns. y:ni
I'oulil have ihem, and they are all Mnd
ini'li, tliunh Minie uf them lire 'ama
teilis,' uiul 'he liernuills lire nil 'pros'
. j (pinl'essioiial). The (ii'inians forwaids
1 1 are a rotl" p.n k. Tliev lime im dtish
; woitli speaking nbout and th-'.v eoii.e up!
, tli' fold lis llliuill lltey Well' i;niii'4 toi
' tlie funeral ut their nearest t;nd dear-j
est. When lh"V me limited lltey lni:r-j
ly always fail away en their I aeiis. pn.li
their uiil k.'epinu is about the roteuest ;
; I hint; you ever ''t eyes on.
t "I weulitu'' ii e a I'l'.ws fni'thiny fori
their iduiii' i o ' lifiiiie the ( up, aed i' j
you have any 'brass" to spare ou ran !
put it on the l''niin-o-!h,Msi leant who
are seiiriuu i; nils so I'mt rhat lliev
liaven't time to stop ami roiiul thorn.
The kniser niakes a rotl"-i "iiptaiu lor
, ii ny leaai. ami its jiill woudi'r ihey me
losing. Most of our eh;iis would life
i to tell him what 111," iliimi uf him and
li i m team.' '
"Cnptain Stewnrt's wife nml his
father mid mother are proud and happy
that he has died for his eountry's honor
mid u scrap of paper. "
This is Hie family trlliule paid to the
mi ry of nnluin lici t rand Stewart,
of Sir .luliu I'rench 's staff recently
killed in action. I'aptmn Stewart has
sulTi'iol imprisonment in (lernuiny for
nllcui'.l espionaue at the time of the
Morocco crisis, but was rclc.Tcil when
the Ivinjj and ipieen visited llerlin last
i'iir.
When lie was on trial ''apla'ni Stewart
closed his defense with these defiant
ami prophetic words:
"ir your , hsi inutiislieil country ever
attacks mine 1 hope to be nnioinj those
who take part In the hunt. I'.ven if toy
own regiment were not called out, I
should endeavor to serve with another."
The spirit In whirh the Iliitish troops
cnriied out the lon retreat frnm Minis
, is shown by n letter from Private
1 TIioiiiiis llarman. of the Kinu's liovnl
I llifle Corps. "The officers knew that
we were disappointed nf hiivini! to re
treat, for they ami we knew that we
were iloinir better thnn the (lernimis
mid were iiifllctiuu' heavy losses on
them. On the fifth day we Innl three
dnys flulitiiitf before wo beunii to re
treat the colonel cnine rniind and spoke
to vs, saving: 'Stick to II, boys, stick
to It. Tomorrow we shall tn the other
way mid iidviiuce. Illff, biff.' The
way he said 'llil'f, liil'l" ilelinhted the
men, mnl nfler that we shouted 'Illff,
biff every time we had to turn nml
ill i o back the (ioniums. ''
Thai there are humorous moments
even In the most terrible phases of war,
is Indicated in n letter from n soldier
ill the Norlhumhcrlniiil fusiliers do
sciibiiie the fiuhtiiiK during the retreat
from Minis. "I saw my unite blown
out of a trench." ho savs, "lie had
ill"! before Inoni'ht n pound of butter
for ns. 1 didn't know where thnt went.
I Innl n lonf of Inead strapped to my
back all thioouh the fiithtliiu, and very
Kind I wns of the chance to cat it dry.
SUICIDE AT BAKER.
linker, dr., Dec. L'.-Ttie lio.lv
of
W i I tin in A. Alevnnder, carpenter, .1.1,
was found today In the old city
icscnoir, the pockets of his clothlni!
lillcd w ith rocks. No tcasnu for suicide
was known. A widow und two children
sin i o.
t-'"1' ''"atract.
"Ho was a wonderful pitcher,
said
Mm'k. "and I wish hi in luck He's r
it""l pll'licr yet. too. I was tlirooii
with him however, und urn 'lidte will
mi; to see him ko to the Kederuls.
I'lui'k is after the money ulioe ev-'rv
Ihlni! else."
RF.ADY rOB SCKAT.
Stni l-'rancisco, Dec. II,- Willie Mee
lino a lid Charlie Miller, hcavvweihls,
were reported fit mi, I ready here toda
! for their four rotunl lit ttt nt I'lmbm
'rink toinoriow niu'ht. Otto Hern nml
! Soldier Nelson will furnish the special
' event. lii;ht other limits lire on tin
card nml Promoter K.do has promise I
Ihntr eery bout sclicdulcd will In
Isti'tcd.
J0UHNA1. SALEM. OREGON THIIRSnAV. TTtrT.MPT!1 3 1011.
.tejv-iv?s i'!1
AC
"r.nn1
urVisit thfl
----
fr-msir. that
' takes out the
makes just the
can crowd into
cigarette. P.
burn yours,
.Uc-
?-!.f2-',
THEY RAN AFOUL !
OF FLOATING MINE
Adventurous YoutiRstorn, Scorning tin
AUurrniontB nf School, Start on a
CrttlM, Only to Be Picked Up By
Alort Enemy,
"The Trlnls nml Tribulntions of n
Triinut tiff leer, or Yooinj America's
lluual'oo " m'tilit be I. I'iltintf litlo to nn
episo In which transpired nt the eiriici
of lliuh und Center streets iiboul L':lhi
vest rdiiy nflornoon, when Trim ut Ot'fi-i
cer (.Mrs.) Pickett ran nl'oiil of two.
errmil yoniiKsters, Ut'.cd uboiit .t and H.
resp. ctivelv, who were niniiinu nwny
I' i otil school, an, I the act inn and trial-1
uuue whico iiumeilintcly ensued was
eauouli to brlnq jn fill tours of re
mi'iiibiunco of Ins boyhood days to the
observer of more mature years.
After the smoke of (oibnl) buttle
i lcui"d nwny one of the younusters was
"beitiim it" lor homo as fust us his
sturdy little lejs could curry him, while
the I'her, nud xouitkcr, one wns tukeuj
ill tow by the justly ikui'hv utcd school
olfl.'or nud led off, piotestiiiuly, In the
diioction of school to fnce the even'
more torrifylnir ludittiinlioii of I nut nth
or "monster in huiiinn lirtn"-the
teaclier nn.l the urinuing eoiinloniinces
nf his fellow pupils.
"Here! here, Come riht here, you
little rascals. I'omo rluht bnck here!",
shiilled n voice of nuthority upon the
peaceful solitudes of the neighborhood,
innl thosif within luaiiim of the cries
topl'ul 1 ii x nl ii nt it lily mnl turned to see.
rem
yv.-.-,.... -SV- "ttn..
iAV'ii'
Here's
Heap ISig Joy omoxe
nnH frnrrrant as? a Seotember
ninfi fans Rav of frood old
f'r j o
Rverv man sintrs who has
thaf h
bite and the sting and leaves just pure smok
A
the national joy smoke
most peacefulest pipe smoke that you or any man
the bowl of a jimmy pipe or roll into a makin's
A. never burned any man's tongue and it won't
liuy a tiay rea unrm ior
r r . 1 ii
for 5c or, better yet,
P. A. crystal - glass humidor wim trie
sponge in the top. Keeps the smokings
pipefit to the last piperuL oay on 1 1
The crvstal-fflass Humidor makes a cork
ing fine Christmas present for men folks.
At any ttore that sells tobacco alto in
the tidy red tin, 10c, toppy red bag, 5c,
and the pound and half-pound tins.
R.J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.
Winston-Salem,
what wns ciiusitiH nil of the ilisturbuuce
nnd excitement.
Twn Utile urchins, who were scinnp-j
erin uwuy in the distnnee, hesitnti'd nt
the lirst 1'hiillcue.c, halted ut the second
nml (nine shniiililinn buck ut the third
mid liunl I'omiiiiind nnd stood sheepish
ly, wit il hiiiiKiuu heads before the irate
truant officer in the middle of the
street. They were not boys of the sort I
one would cull "bud"; just ton full of!
life and the joy of tiurestriiined living
tri be cooped up ill u "stuffy old school
room" (ns thev would doubtless ex-1
press It, only, probnbly In more force
till and cotiviuciiiK Inutiu.'iKO), nnd they,
looked the very pictino. of Injured in
nocence nud itnpiiry lis they met the
iiconsinu (lno of their " Wnlerloo, " '
" Whtit ii i o yon boys dicntt out of
school ut this 1 1 mo uf day( Willie (to
the eldest one, und that wasii t his,
nunic, neither), you go I'iuht hotoe ns
fast us you can nud 1 will see about
your disc Inter. Johnnie (to the yooiiil
er Ind, nml Hint wnsn't his inline), why
in en I you nt flniil,' ' den auded his
enptor.
"Aw, we nre H"i"K nwny," piped
up Ike llltli) hid.
"I don't cure If yon lire lining nwny
in two weeks, you ought to be in school
light now, innl thnt is where yon lire
giiinu, 1 scut volt to srhoiil two liouiw
ugu, uiul here you iuc pliiylnx in the
stte.'ts. Now, you conic nlonir. " tllici
ncss of truant officer lending u weak
nud sadly rcpentniil, but, nt the same
time, mentally renuiustrntiie, khllct
sciio'ilwnrd by the eont slecie.)
"Now, yon get Innne. ynuiig ninii."
cried the ln.lv officer, lis she cnoght
sight of the other youngster, who hud
stopped long enough in the homeward
Drawn toy
Olirr sterrett
AM- LtMME
HER.E To
W-sW
W ft
K -us
morn." That's
P. A- That's t
; i j
eriven his old iimmy
P A nafpntftd nrocess
joy.
iuc or a loppy reu wgiw
i. i i. fnmin
invest in the famous
flight to sec what dire disnster hud
befallen his comrudi in sin nnd law
lessness, but whoso nimble legs took
on new energy under the goad erf tiie
officer 's 'voice.
This little experience is prolmlily lint
oiio of the hundred nr more thnt Imp
pen lo the everyday life of the present
dnv truant officer, nud it wns nn doubt
inure plonsunt to the riiunwny young
ster, who, it dcveliiped Inter, had been
trying to get n job to curry in wood
nt mime of the homos in the neighbor
hood when I hey, nccideutully nu, wit li
mit wiirninir, run into the very nuns
of the. ' ' enoniv."
BASKET BALL
and other indoor games will now replace the outdoor
sports, and again we are Johnny-on-the-spot with a
complete stock of basketball goods, handball equip
ment and a complete line of gymnasium supplies.
We have just received a new line of GOLF AC
CESSORIES and can supply all the golf players' de
mands. We carry Guns and Ammunition.
HAUSER BROTHERS
SALEM AND ALBANY
(JO SvJCH LwCk.
MouU)J yooree.
Too FAT !
tee
oft 'VWl
i vv -fx -,,j,j-f":
Coprrtirlit UK
H. J. Kynoldi
TotMOu Co
A distinguished foreigner who ia
visiting this country says wp arc a
wnstcfiil tuition, nnd he t'ellii tho truth,
.lust think of the quantity of sugar
thnt is winded in making a cranberry
fit to cut.
The uinn who once held a good po
sltlo.i und divided thnt It wus Impos
sible for the firm to get nlong with
out him, In now n seedy person who
sits on tiio step of the corner grocery
und waits fur some I inly to Invite him
to take n beer.
Kvery mnrrlcd mun liuows thnt fig
ures nre not ulwnvs whut oiitwnrd up
pciirnnccs would n'oni to indicnte.
V,- V .-.'.Xv-M
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