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CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM OREGON, SATURDAY. SEPT. 18. 1915.
Brooklyn 73 65
Boston "2 64
St. Louis 6S -
Chicago 65 J9
Cincinnati 6 I1
Pittsburg t7 "5
New York 67 75
Boston 1 45
Detroit 1 49
Chicago 80 5S
Washington 75 61
New York 61 73
St. Louis 58 79
Cleveland 52 85
Philadelphia 3S 96
SALEM ON THE MAP
to pafee.Creamy smotWss
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Lux"ry costs youfr I' C,gare"e ?
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St. Louis "5
Kansas City 69
Pacific Coast League.
San Francisco ... 98
Los Angeles 93
Salt Lake 81
At Portland fortland 7,
At Los AngelesSalt Lake 3,
Los Angeles 3 (called sixteenth,
At San Francisco Oakland 4,
San Francisco 2.
Low Round .Trip Fares
POLK COUNTY FAIR
to be held at
Dallas, September 22-23-24
Ticket will be sold September 21 22
23 24, and will be good fur return until
September 26, from nil "Went" ami
"hast" stations Portland tit t'orvallisj
aim) from Airlie, lllnck Ho. k and Willa
iiiinn inclusive and Siilem. I'rom sta
tions on Die Independent o and Mon
mouth It V.
Cull particulars, fares, tin in schedules,
etc., from nearest agent of the
JOHN M BCOTT, Oeneral Passenger Agent, Portlaui, Oregon.
Type of National Heroes Is
Shown by High Decorations
FAIR GROUNDS BULLETIN
Fairgrounds, Ore., Sept. 17. Secre
tary W. Al Jones is installing cluster
lights between the depot and the main
entrance. He is also having the water
All who can do so are urged to pitch
tents now. The camp grounds are in
excellent condition and should tents be
pitched now rains will not affect the
The J. W. Roberts cottage is com
pleted. Mrs. D. H. Looney, Jefferson, has set
up her tent.
State Senator W. H. Hollis, of For
est Grove, was a visitor to the tented
The Browning Amusement company,
Sulem, selected three camping sites to
d:iy. J. S. Aslibnngh, Dallas, was over
yesterday and selected their old lot, No.
22 (nilloway, adjoining that of Ed
Hendricks, of MeMinnville.
(irunt Mc.Uuire, Woodburn, will be in
camp this week.
O. K. Freytng, superintendent of the
pavilion, announces every foot in the
By Wilbur 8. Forrest.
(Tutted Press staff correspondent.)
Lomlou, Sept. 3. (By mail.) The
type of men that aro becoming national
heroes in England's greatest wur is ex
emplified today in tne story of tho ad
venturous career of Midshipmnu (leurge
I.. Drewry, of London, who lias becu
decorated with the vrctoriu Cross for
valor lit the Dardanelles.
Not yet of age, Drewry ' brief twen
ty yenrs have been packed with thrills
that rival the most romantic heroes of
Marrynt 'a tales of the sea. He has
sailed the world urouud, had thrilling
rescues from watery graves and has
been shipwrecked ou u desert Isle, but
no finer story of heroism has becu told
during the war than his conduct while
I uiscmunrKiug iroops iroin ine sictimsiiip
' liiver Chile otf (lalhpoli peninsula.
! The voting midshipman was placed In
I; charge of a flat boat at 5 a. in. on the
! memorable day or the landing of the
1 British expeditionary force against the
j Turks. From the side of the River
Clvde the vessel which was litter run
I ashore to facilitate the lauding of sol
diers from n hole cut in its plates, he
steered straight toward Cape llelles in
the face of a furious fire, to beach his
craft where, with others, it would act
us a landing stage for the soldiers.
Behind htm came the River Clyde. As
the transport crunched Its bow on the
snndy shore, Drewry' lighter hit the
beach at her port bow. Jumping ashore
' with u hnnser he secured the small craft
I it ml went to the aid of Captain I'nwin
I who by this time hud jumped into the
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j Zr! Both! ' dni; machi,: guns
5!? ""TT"" aaaManannannaaaa df,,.,!,,, .HCUped dentil llV Inches
THE TILE FROM j but were unable at once to accomplish
nr..Tnr .... 'h'r task. Drewry leaped aboard a
WHUTIl WE TArvb neuter Rmi then Into the water again
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iti v or im-ii hiio uinv i w in uoi iiiop
Chicago Post: T. R. has gone up to
Canada to shoot moose. Remember,
they're getting scarce, colonel.
A Full Bill of Sullivan and Considine
6---High Class Acts 6
Within the Lines, Dramatic Playet.
Rouget & Company, Equilibrists Supreme.
Alpha Troupe, Comedy Novelty Jugglers.
Karl, Wizard of the One String. .
Christy, Kennedy and Faulkner, Harmony-Hilarity.
Washingtonians; Instrumental Quintet.
In Motion Picture Scream i
Prices 25c, 35c, 50c. Bargain Matinee Sunday 15c-25c
Matinee 2:30 Evening 8:30. Box office open 9 a. m.
A band has been organized at Moro,
with 20 charter members.
Heppner'a council has passed ordi
nances establishing a building permit
system and providing for the condem
nation of old buildings.
Shortly afterward a bit of shrapnel
struck the youth on the head, knocking
htm uowu. lie was Lurried aboard the
River Clyde, his wound dresyd, mid he
immediately rushed hack to the aid of
Cajtnin I'nwin. With A rope in his
teeth he swum to other lighters and
fastened them to the grounded cruft.
Twice he executed this feat under snip
ing fire until rescued completely ex
huusted. The story of Drewry 'g gallantry at
the Dardanelles drew the atory of his
other adventures from his father tind
mother iu Loudon today. He left school
at the age of sixteen, joined the Mer
cantile Marine and n-as apprenticed
aboard the Indian Empire, a large Lon
don sailing ship. An ineident of his
first year at sea was a fall from a high
niast into the sea. He wan rescued with
difficulty. This incident was nothing
compared to the adventure which befell
While sailing around Cane Horn In
the Indian Empire a storm arose and
the vessel was wrecked on a desert is
land. A heavy sea literally washed the
crew Into a shallow bay, which was
filled with scnweeil. Swimming and
crawling over the vegetublo mass, the
crew succeeded in reaching shore. For
fourteen days thi sustained existence
on edible roots t-cd shell fish and man
aged to hold out until rescued bv a
I hileiin man of war.
After this in I'M 2, the youthful mi-
venturer returned to England and was
given an officer's berth on a merchant
liner. Since then he has traveled all
over the world, and nsppened to be in
Port Said In July. l!1.1, wheu he joined
the Rovul Navai Reserve as a midship
man, tn August, ISM, he was appointed
to H. M. S. Kgmoiit, gunrdship at Malta
and later to the torpedo gunboat Hus
sar. Afterward he was transferred to
the transport River Clyde,
He will be tweaty ene years of age
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