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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. OREGON,
FRIDAY. SEPT. 10. 1013-
Pitcher Sberrod Smith Looks
While Sherro.1 Smith was
VSiirago recently, some of
stories relative to the eceeiitri
I he olil
were recalled by a arribe who was with
the Pirates when Smith wan tried out. warrb for the telephone, Smith realized
On the first railroad night trip Smith he was the butt of tie joke and crawled
imitated on a "down" berth, a be wan bark into bed, threatening dire en
liable to fall out of a "high one up." In-geanee ou Gibby. Some great stories
the uiiddle of the night ila-'k (Jibson are tulj of the unsophisticated ot
woke Smith op and told bun be Smith when he first gut into the big
'wanted ou the lung distance telephone, show.
Track Record Broken
By Great Directum 1
Hartford, Conn., Sept. 1'J. The fea
tore of the fourth day of racing at the
irand Circuit meeting at ( barter Oak
I'ark venter. lav was the successful at
tempt of the pacer Directum 1, driven
bv Tommy .Murphy, to lower tne tracK
record of two minutes. The former rer
un! vat wade bv Star Pointer in IS:".'
Tne ehe.tnut stallion wan in fine
fn m, and, on a fait track. clipe. l'a
second off the track record.
The first quarter was not very fast,
but the teond quarter was pared in
less than half a mirAite and the third
in .f an-vnd. The la it quarter was
just a trifle ilvwer than the thir l,
the stallion was noticeably t red a few
feet froru the wire, though he did not
Mop. The n ark tie the season's record
ot h.lf'j made by William.
Tueie were two. ra-e. on the pro
gram, and they rrnilted in a ( bum"'
itsv for Tornmv Murphy. Ijist vtsi
Murphy won all three races in one day,
and ne repeated his etfurmarh e today,
-ounttrig hi succcsful a..anlt upon
the track r.eord with Directum I. He
took the 2:11 trot in strn :ht heutt with
Mtrthtul, iiavirg no lomi-etition evept
la the fin.il heut, when Auien Aiba-.'en
wan sent out ti get in tne ruotie . He
n'iMi fe. ured the ":-l trot with 1'eter
Sott, bu to far out. Ia-ed hi
tiiat tiiere wan no il uibt an to lb.
OIBBOK8 IS FAVORITE
New York. Sept. Ill Mike CibUnn
a rt to 5 favorite t.xlay oxer I'ark
"t Mi la rls nd fur their Iimi r iiind b.uit
here tomnrrnw tnjjlit. liil.fnus i- oh
the long end of the betting rnvnu-e of
;pu!r belief that M. Farlaml ianiu.1
'' roiae bark. "
The advance sjile for the fight i
It.ith men thev were "fit and
Their trainiiig is finifhed, ami toduy
they ilid jurt enough wurk to keep their
jnu' li'i plirnit.
nTZ IS SOLD OUT
Mi lurhen. X. .1 , Sept. In C-.li Til
Miiiiiuort today i wiihout hi iherilie.
firm and ife Miu.ber 4, whcnn he ev
Trt, to rejoin lino and ae the pbi e.
Ilis fifty arret West Dutiuellen, ueiir
fiere, were oold under foreelnsure pro-
ee.lings by Sheriff Houghton. The nle
was under an eieeotion held by Cornel
ius See, Chieago Liw yer, who hud a
pirt in the divorie rit-ee.lirig!t inititut
e bv Mi. Fit rjiimiiioii nun ber I!.
PREMIER MARATHON RUNNER
OakUnd. Cab. Sept. 10 - For the sec
Mid tune Oliver Mitlsrd of the Olympic
club, San Francisco, today stands as
the premier i ar-1 one -quarter imirn
tho runner iu Oakland Millurd made
the rivotd time of .Vlilft IS over the
1-nke Merrit rourse, beating his (ne
lous tiaie of ,1.f:J5
CUBS BUY PITCHER
Chicago. Sept. Il) The Chicago Cub
bought Pitcher Phil Ibuiglas fi.-in th
BriHiktya club, it was announced her
t.xlav. After BrooWlvn asked f r waiv
ers on fKugU. he tutclied a three hit (
game agsia't the Phillies and the D-idg
er would have recalled the waiver bal
it been possible.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
K. c. and Marie lluIThnrg to Mvrtlc
I'oss, lot li, block I, Ito huioiid addition
I.wi tlrafe et al to Flif.be'h O.
Crafe, ten aires. O. and C. 'J. V K.
.1. I. Ilorliet et in to II. V WaiuoiV,
pjitt lots 0 and 7, bio. k i.'o, I'nivrrity
..... -v. lit't.'U
Faticruts have; alwwvsj bc
Shiftily popuhu In thva town.
But lately, alnes) we've keen
Wllir anovkcra how SKN
6UILE ihcy arc, Fallma
asilra have bm JunifMnff
Nearly cverjrbodv mml M
be try .of ihwn. Ermtybodj
wente "mi 6c"vuxarilc
ot that tc COOL to ih
throat and toriru aoi be
Fatlnva )nt the snfr aonai.
blc cigarctta but no mlicc
cnsiMc on accnv to plcaM
SO mar. irvcn's Uitc.
Mor Fatimaa an sold iron
ny othcl rigsrett roctuv,
ovc Jc TuvWy'a th cist
jva atuMilJ try tbcta.
ITwTuilili E!cnd GAiictlt?
m a, 1a
His First Trip on a Pullman
' " Must 1m- something wrong down in
man borne in Alabama." said Smith, ail
L. I . i ,.t ik. .....I, Tl.l
ur liumiri) out w uppv, o. i . . i
train was Groins about sixty miles an
j,,,,,, AfWr trn n,iuutes ,",f fruitless
STANDING Of THE TEA-MS
W. I., ivt.
Philadelphia 72 M
Brooklyn 71 l .5-1 T
Bnstou" ' W .5-1
( hirago Hi C1 .
St. l.imi tii "0 .474
Pittsburg O.'i "0 .474
Cineiukti til 'hi .4'i!
Xe York 59 til .4i3
w. I., rt.
Hton 4-1 .'i,;4
lletroit Mi 47 V7
Chieagi Ts 51 .f.W
Washington 71 5i .54o
Ne York to it .4'i."j
Si. I.ouis Si 7S .4i
Clev.-lsn.l 5.1 t2 ,:i7
Philadelphia ." w .7
W. I.. Pet.
Pittsburg 7.1 5ti .ooii
Kansnt City !! ' .-' !4
st. i.ouis .'. 'if til .r',i
Chicago 70 i!2 .5.'.H
.Newark 'i7 i'mj .3i'7
Hcffulo r.7 .4'.oi
Brooklyn M tlf .41
Bultimure 4 t3 ..'Jtii
Pacific Coast League.
W. I.. IVt.
S:iu Fraioiseo ... 91 't .57i!
I.o Angeles '- 75 .51'.'
Vernon tit to ..Vmi
n!t Lake 77 7s .i.7
Portlnn.l o So .14 1
(lukbiiid 71 !'-' .4 !.",
At Onklaml Portland 5 7.
At I.o AngcTes Pan Francis
co :Mi, I .oa Angi'lt-s 0 .
At salt l-ake Vernon If.
Suit I.UKe i.
Watching the Scoreboard
lok like the Angels
dow n for the third lime.
Cup I ) 1 1 1 1 in hasn't got
Sun Francisco walloped
In eer department of the sjxirt Sun
Pisiiciscu appeared to lime the e-lge
on l.o Angeles.
Hut Vernon did its best to uphold the
houoi of Southern t aliform by its
work at Salt Lake.
The Hies hit I herb for ten hits and
lint the Tigers hit a whole battalion
of Itee lo-Bvers for Jn hits and lit run..
and the band played Annie Laurie.
The (aks aud Heavers on i-lc-l. 1H
; the afternoon pruugh was hit pretty
, hard by tL' Beavers, and vhihlan-1 er-
Itrooklyn got one run off the Braves
and it was enough to win.
j The Ciants lost again. Th'ee ntraight
' to Philadelphia.
The lloston lird Sol got four runs.
a -li li-lua
on pe. liefenting Phil
Kiioisoti of the losers was
the pass iMicr.
i lev i land 's errors enabled lVtroit
cop, i to five.
TUB BIRTH Of A NATION.'
A S'c'acle on the Heeopstruction of
i h if. County after the Civil Wit.
f for this film jl-taile a Village
lin-lto be built to set the play in, a bat
tie had to be fought over miles of
ground, and, to innke it aecuiate, it was
done by the t alitoruia state militia,
after plans made bv military ciort
'or one iio i. lent alone the h-w'ting
of Lit"'"!o--a repf i.i ncl ion of the 11:
lerior of Ford's theatre lisd lo be ion-
Tie plot takes two
southi rii and one loothc
war, iiitetlniks their
11. through the
flcsllv mute them bv two iMirriages.
Aft.-r the War these two love clones get
tur'her tangled op bv the '',iti al
trout I., btought oa by giving the vote
to th.. free.l sUve. and the ri.iug v f
the Kit Kh- Klan to set Ihein tight.
: l'hc h-.ro suffer, .eai'v injustues from
a lioih.tto who . ele. t..l lieutenant
e -vcrnor -f the ntc. He orsiii.-es
tlie h!im. whi.h sr'orin two drcieat.c
riONEER Of lsov. BURIED.
1 In I. pendelo e, dr. S.-(t. M.--M'.
M.wthii A'lh Al. vse ler. a pmnV-er of
lt', it-e.1 at the residence of her
' .LcO-fcr, Vic W. . evott. . nth of
luds-is'i -'en e. Moil. lav. Mr. Alvxaa-
.ler was botn 10 Franklin' eovinrv, Ken
tii.kv. al-oit .'s yiars ago and w.
n-srii.d lo .lames levun.ier befose
I. -iiiti for the et bv u team
Si-e wss the riothcr of I- i-i.il.lrew,
!in. of wliotn survive h.f The fu
I101.1I . rvi es were eoii l o te-l Tuesday
Ifi.cti th' lUeti-t chiircn wilk in'er
.cent .,; the Oddfellows' yenieterv
The ch.Mieu are: J II. Aletaa-ler,.
I'orti.m.t: .iliw, A M Lock. IVitlan.l:
. Ab-xsnder, lade rwdeuce; Mr.:
W A S. of, l.epeBiem-e: Mrs. J. W.i
N-utt, Montoouih. Or; Mm. 1). P Staple '
Wn'. Iv.b'isriides. e: John Stapleton. '
Montan; P. K. Aleiaader, la.tep
len.-e-, VI rc Jamr S.misatoa, I nd.-pea
he will U
don the .
the new 0 vik
CH-TT. rLAOOY CO toMwl
H. S. BILE RETURNS
Manager of Fruit Union Im
pressed With Advertising
II. S. Gile, manager of the Willamette
Vnii.... i i -,...;.,iw.n k..m t.
i ' ' i
!u extended visit to the San Francis.'!)
exiHjition. During his visit there, he'
j sut the greater part of his time at
the Oregon building and in assisting
I those in charge of the Willamette Val-
; ley display. What impressed him more
than anything else, was the wonderful
amount of advertising- Oregon is re
reiving from the lregon building and
the displays of the Willamette Valley!
association. The efficiency of the men:
1U charge of the Willamette alley JU
jday has done much to advertise t!meered. Thev fouifht dcr'ratelv
pnrt of the state. At present, W. A.
Ivr. of Madeay, K. M. Warren, of ; teacher of tactica at St. Ovr, the Frere'
Kugene. and II. Charles Duusmore, of j West Point, outmaneuvered them, drove
I.leii.len.e, have charge of the ex-j a murderous wedge into their lines and
Inbit. Both Mr. Taylor and Mr. Warrenjsent them back almost in panic under
re epericnceii men in mis iieiu, asia
they bad charge of the Seattle exhibit
and understand the work.
These men have been untiring in their
efforts to answer all inquiries regarding
all sections of the state and were broad I
minded enough to understand the gmt
benefit Willamette Valley is to the ea-
tire state. Haing lived' in Oregnu for-
so manv years, they were well informed:
on anv product nrul could satisfactorily
ar.-swer aav questions.
The eastern people were especially in-
tereste.l in the displav of dried fruits,
snid Mr. (iile, nod especially in the dis-i
plays of the Willamette Valley Prune
Rsswiation, the Salem Fruit I'nion and '
H. S. (iile i Co. This exhibit included.
that of prunes in all forms of prepara-1
tion, loganberries packed and the logan j
berrv juice. The eastern folks at once1
became interested in the loiraaherrv.'.
which accor-liug to Mr. Tavlor, :
"Oreeon's newest fift to the' nation."!
The loganberry juice attracted hundreds;
Lever. I,.. I k .1 1. .l.o.,.
but had ueve'r tasted. To manv visitors!
from this section the stn.e. it seemed
that the large crowds in
building were brought there by the at
'""'ions of the loganberry display and
'he loganberry juice so freely offered
According to Mr. (iile. and others who
have recently returned from the Kxposi
tion, what is needed now- in the Oregon'
""s " "i'i"' "" "
a.. ,,.,. u ne.i .e.e... pola lore, . r,..,erves while his reserves a,l
onions, sweet corn and other producu vaneed to meet him. Furthermu're be
which s.s.e special merit. The ex- profited bv the le-vns of lx.ii which
position will coutinue until in rveemberi wer(, ,ii,t,,',ctlv to the effect that con
and in order to get these fresh exhibits,' quered territory mav be re.leeni.-vl bur
it will require the co owrntion of every1, beaten urine 'r.i. '..n i,..r v..
loyal Oregonian with their nearest Com
nietciul club. In lhi section, the Wil
lauiette alley Exposition Association; of battle until such a 'ime as he deem
will be g ad to send to San rranciscojcd the chance, were ... hi. favor. -Not
any samples brought in by those inter- even to save .u.lj he allow him-
e.ted in the contiiinej success of the, self to engi.ge i a Jc. iaive struggle if
display from tins valley. Fruits, grains he felt the moment bad not come.
or vegetable! of any kind that may be Hoping the favorable moment might
donate,! for the Oregon building will be
sent at once if left with Fred S. Hymn,
secretary of the Willlamette Valley ex
IHisitiuti association, or at the Com
V 1 in
! Second Stock Parade and
Good Race Program
(I a; .t.il
S.-ui, Or .
p.s ml S,-rice
itiiv. onil-e attend.
I t ... I. tun count)
fair voter, lav, the
three .'.ay ,'!';! 1111
.eeoi.d day of a
I'lie governor si.
'.n the larm ex
i's and vm:1 tne .li
the , c.ll.t.tv
of the woi k
-I bov. aad
I lie 11
ir.-n .g the s...-n, s!o. k pa
i I eu the fiur groi n l-.. 1 be
I hor.e. .n.'.i cattle of tae
c.ouitrv were .toiwo in ex
,.(,. , ,,
celle.it tuiui. Ti.diiv the award of
prires and till-on. will be male.
What .i t 1 lone been monoplane
flight by Aithur Ame-oii, of Tacoma.
eu!.-,i at'er n .er.es of attempts in a
la.tlv niisM:e. 11. a- In ne w lien it crs-to-.l
head en g int.. a bail-r-l wire fen.e. Ar
n.-sen . ap. . iiijory .
la the a.'te.uoviu tlie ..von.l Jsy '
ra. nig program was omelet e-,1. Priu'.-e
battle, owned bv F. WwhIco. k t.ok
f.r.t place in three straight heat 10
bet time of I 10 la tie second heat
ou the half mile ta. k. Hurnt Wuv,l
owned bv Jnko l oficld was second, " li
a M." owned bv lleers and Mauev
The i IS 1 ,-iee wa. won' haadilv b
Chiquita. o u.sl by K. C. steals in'hat Von Hu.. w 's wc-e jwuring across!
three tr gal h.ats. Her best time was the Marne at manr p-di'ta. He sent fort
I 'S! In- the half Hole. Yesterday Cb.i sir .l"hn Freneh c-mmndinf the j
)iuta etab,.he,l a teeord of I iVt f ,,r 1 Hntish. The British, ia the forest of I
t ie S,io tia.k. Ora e II. owned bv
i I- Soulier, was and Snauv j
ow Be I by II C. Dais, third.
I A running race of J 4 11 le waa
, I' Maxwell, ow ned bv W, II. Mc Names.
Iron, a field of thiee.
Today will be the closing day of the'
St. Is'uif Stan A tetit ne-lifine
firm hat refused to aril goods ia the
.Ute of G.s.rg.a Hutil the itiob whiel
hasgevl Fraak is pr.svntel. Ccsrgia'H
I health atati.t.ca should take a audJea
BA TTLE SA VED PARIS
AFTER FIVE DAYS
OF FIERCE FIGHTING
rute A year ago the battle that t Maunoury 'a army in and north of Paris,
saved Paris rime-to an end after five ' and at lean eight divisions strong he
days of desperate fighting. It is now would not have dared turn his flank to
known a the Battle of the Murne. Id it the way he did. I am told he thought
the day when the struggle TO raging as did Von Buelow, that there nas only
.Simms sent a atream of "cablegrams tell- one army in Pans and that it would be
ing of developmenta as thev occurred, held for the capital's defense. As a
For the anniversary, he has sent a matter of fact there were two the
complete account of the l-a'rle as it army of Paris and the army of ilaun
would have been told September l'h oury.
1H14. had it been humanly possible to( i tne meantime the British with
assemble all "the faets atd get them ;ve infantry divisions and five bri-!
past the censor.)
By William Philip Simms.
(t'nited Presa staff curre-pondent.)
I .iris, Sept. 10, 11 . The German
army is in full retreat. The aiiied
forces are everywhere victorious. Aft-
er getting within aight of Paris and
wtiei; it seemed that iwtnn.g eanu
eou'J stot) their drive, the icvaders
have been hurled back in Ji-order and
the capital is safe.
With a recklessness bordering
pudence, the result of seeing f"
after fortress surrender mreiv t
the menace of their approach, tt;
gign iguored the nerves the
have known were masi here.
eastward from Paris expecting to crash
a weak and routed enemy. In so doing
they uncovered their right and Ceneral
Maunoury struck. Surprised, dazed at-
most, they turned to face the new en-
emy wueu again xneT were tiu on nit
flank, this time by General French.
the British: Franchet d'Est-erev
Fifth; Foch of the Ninth reserves.
ti .' t
Von KI,k nil Von Bu,.lflWi
,..,,);, the H.rm.. rk.hf wPre
tried to rally their armies but F
storm ot trench 75 shells.
The German "battle without a tomor
row," has failed. The morrow is here
and with it signal defeat. T:o- Battle
of the Marne is over and the Frenc h
have w on.
In Paris the news was hailed as the
announcement of a, miracle." Ka- h d.v
une 40,imo or 50.0UI) j-o le had been
abandoning the city, eipeetiug the .
memaie entrance ot trie iicrruan
was known that the kaiser's legions
"'ere near and advanciug twenty aid
thirty mile a day. The Fren, ii an !
rit i.-ii seemed powcrlc-s to check them
nJ a irredeemable di-n.-ter app.-ared
f" ,n" ,,1V' however, shn.-in,
,'""t"::'"1'' t,f l;,nt'ral i, j
tlu" rr'"1'" commaiid. r-in-cro.-f.
)ll U,r.v ' Kratifying but n -t s.irpr
" vuua ,ke logical re.ult ..
made immediately after n.arleroi.
. W h"n "or " deelartu Joffre knew
! we ituuiu uuir iu lao- n i.ar me iT.-r-
ni : ns called u "br .siii I attack." .'i.-t
" " ""5 " '''' had 11,1 l.b-a.
AK''',1!' one "' -i deon 's n.axin -s
' 'vcry,, here then see.' h-
',,. ,,' .,,
nd eiideavore-l t
the enemv. Tin-
mass move came through Belgium nr,.l
Luxembourg, the point least c.-ct,-i.
with the result that Jof f re 's reserved
were a long way off. Oreatly outnum
bered and without sufficient time to
bring up reint -ti ements, Jof f re. win
naj )(,t ,ne rh
i y 's streugth at Char
i ler-ji. determined to t, 1 boek ii.,..i.
ter wnat liatipen.-.'. he resolved to keep
hi armies intact to refne nil offer,
come somewhere along the Champagne Goebel. of Kansas city, Kansas, vice
tableUnds. Joffre started the formation -brc.i lent: Fred E. Farnsworth. New
of a new army at Amiens. This was the I York, secretary; W. G. Fitxwilson. New
Ninth army, under tieueral Maunoury. : Vork. assistarit seeretary; E. M. Wing,
The tru.n. tra n-port it. this army I.ai "rose. Wisconsin, treasurer, an-1
raove.1 only at night and, I am told by Thomas H. I'atoti. New York, generat
staff officer., the Germans were not - vounel.
aware of its formation. j ' leveland an-i Milwaukee, it is an-
Hut 'he German u-Cance was too ' """need, w-vtild vie next year for the
rspi.l. The ne jn;iV was not more convention.
than half formed when Amieus had to
t-c abandoned, l.i!!,.. Arms and most of
uorthe-n Frtin.-e vv. overrun so. acnin
by night, the i"i t t vrniiiiourv hast.
eed back t
Pur . ri
i-ptemher 3 the (',. rmans were
sig.it . ? the . iii-i'.i
f.-w miles t-i the n
their line Co' tin .. !
I eastward and n--rt'.,
t trol. res. 1.,-d the
. eat of Pans and
I of the S'ine to the
I The tierm.m gerc
fide whether thev w
1 mediately or t" f- ii
J army which th.-v K
Their right was
rtii f Paris while
1 1. toufhea.tward, '
s ard. I'hlai. pa-1
e . to the south-!
1 thin a few miles
1. -'hwest. j
si .taff had to de- ;
a' I take Paris im (
up and crush an j
hcved to be demur- i
1 allied, routed
' opp.vti'io.1. Thev- ,
i'lc-vvable of Keriou.'
ii -.e the latter alter-
native the only pr--t,-r one from a
military point of vi.-w. for with the al-
1 bed armv crii.lo'.l 1
rile fruit into the f-.r
. iii.tcs 1 of f-.
southward and er
- Kluck ' nrmv in c-o,
Huclow ' armv tnrse
:. would fall like
' hand that shook 1
' lining directly
cRf. Paris Von J
H-tion w ith Von
I eastward to .le-)
; liver the k.i.vk..-,t i..,v.
! .loffre't bmg.'.l f P ruinnte aad come.
Mlis air fronts r. 1 .rte.1 that Vcn
1 Mufk svsc- hsd fv.-ed the east and I
tl.lOreey and fxtenditii? esatward tnwanls
t oulomoiicrs, would Veen in touch with
th Fifth aririv nude d Esrerer. Other
xrrnr commanders were ordered to be
inn their attack at .Una September n.
Joffre in his order of the eT, eonctud-
"An armv wWa c.a wo longer ad
vance, must Vol,, ,j ;f n ,aa act
hold, atu.t die."
At davbreak na the : t t H Maaaonrr'f
reserve struck, fall U Vv Kl.w
flsnk. Fsi.leetlv the latter' Utelti
reace derartmeat kad failed aigwallr.
Had a know a ot th prose c of
zades of cavalrv, were moving north
eastward with comparatively little re
sistance. By night they had reached a
position astride the Grand Morin. their
right being at Dagny, on the Aubetin
Further east the fighting had been
much hotter for here it was a frontal
attack. D 'Esperev had to carve his wav
forward and he did not get far on the
sixth. He had against him the bulk ot
Von Kluck'a army; the Westphalians.
Hanoverians and t.rrandenburghers.
Foh, with his Ninth reserves, east of
D'Esperey not only had Von Buelow
orDesii2 him but the riirht wine of Van
Prus- Hausen's Saions. The Duke of Wur
ni'Jsf temberg met attack with attack when
-rntMi ' Lanirle 's Fourth armv struck at him
nt.ar -jtrv aI1j u'i3 Dest t0 break
throiiifh. 'The result was a standstill
.-arr-til. around Verdun, had be0n less
i,,,.,t. for the liermnn crown nrince nn,l
the crown nrince of Bavaria stock w-ir!
all their might hoping to take Verdun.
i the forts along the heights of the Mouse
'and so turn the French right. They
gained some ground, though they failed
in their greater task. i
On the seventh the fighting was re- i
sumed more fiercely than ever.' Maun-
oury's flanking movements went for-!
, ward with a dash and the British were ,
' carried along with it. The plateaus i
along the river Ourcq were piled high
with German dead. Elsewhere, despite j
desperate attacks the French merely ,
held their own. j
The eighth seems to have been th? !
critical day. Maunoury kept up hisj
advance with the Bnrtsti on his right j
while Fie'h saw the opening for his
wedge. During the night he continued1
his tuanouvers so that at dawn on the j
ninth he was pounding away at a large
gap between Von Hansen and Von Bue-
low, at the same time, with his left he. i
too. struck at Von Buelow s right, un-i
covered by Maunoury and the British. ,
The retreat of Von Buelow imposed.'
Caught in a pecket only a rapid re
tirement could save him and his army. :
This he did very cleverly, staff of-i
ficers declare only a genius could have
extricated himself, for. at times, under'
violent shellfire fr.-m the French three-iic-h
rapid-fire field pieces, his troops,
showe 1 signs of panic. j
The retreat of Von fCluck was f i
V.V.-1 v that of Von Biel.nv and the'
-'her commanders eastward to the.
. , - .
of Bankers Closed
S. artle. Wash.. Sept. lo. Delegates
Th the An.etican linkers association :
.o:;e-it:or. the;r wic. and families ar.'1
er, ;oyir.g to.'ny an ail day steamer ex-j
ci.rioK on Ptiget sound, vtsiting Ta-'
coma an-i 'he navy yard at Bremerton.'
The ci mention was officially ad
journed .me .ne Thins. lav evening with
the eie-uti-e cuin-il favoring Kansas
( ity. M isouri.
: me -ting.
Ex-Presidt-nt Wi:hm H. Taft will be
tendered an informal reeertion at the
, Press club
between in and li oVRkk
j At noon Taft a-i-be-sed the chamber
of con:n.er.-e membership lua.-heoa at
the New Washington hotel
' dames K. Lvm-h of San Francisco
was install..! "vesterdav afterno.m Hi
president of the association- Peter W
- Kcs,ilutio.i were adopted at tiie fina!
session cotiiinenoing President
and Se.-retsrv of Suite Lan!:
1 tempts they have made toward irettin
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John M. Scott, General Passenger Agent, Portland, Oregon.
II I'M ici iiffii'il it
a niodifica.ion of England's. France 's
au-i eaii s ueci.ituuuu oi cotton as a
contraband of war.
CANDIDATE FOB BISHOP.
ciltTle W.'l-ih S.mt 111 Vat- -A.ln
Leonard pastor of the First Methot-!
i-t church, is being boosted by friends'
here, in Tacoma, Belliugham and other I
ciries of the Puget Sound conference of'
Methodist churches, as the candidate1
Eight delegates to the natitinal con-
f ereuce of the church at Saratoga, next
May, were chosen today. A bishop isri
to be appointed at t'uat'convention. i
it chosen. Dr. Leonard will be the
first bishop ever rppointed on' the Pa
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M.ss Mayme Lee. aged is, who is suing
loha C. Michaels, proprietor of the
New York Lunch, for sjixi.000 damages
for personal injuries, when she fainted
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aeis attorneys moved for a dimi.ni
denied. The girl1
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